Introducing our 4 woman team for 2015! We are combining experience with new energy to chase the dream of not only racing as hard as we can but working tirelessly on behalf of Bikes for Kids. We are embracing this endeavor once again in order to provide bikes and helmets for kids that may not have the opportunity to experience they joy and independence of riding a bike. To donate, purchase a time station by clicking here and receive a call as we blow through your time station or click below to donate via paypal. Looking for another way to support? Visit our gear page and get some fancy LS&G stuff!
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A little more about our team:
Ann started her athletic achievements as a triathlete competing both nationally and internationally. A world champion triathlete, Ann changed gears (pun intended) and embraced cycling as her true passion. Ann has raced at the state and national level and generally leaves no stone unturned, no road unraced, and takes no prisoners. Ann is a new “empty nester” and is adjusting to life without her two joyful daughters living at home. More time to cycle!
Susan has been a swimmer, triathlete, cyclist, mother, wife, coach, and entrepreneur. Starting as a swimmer at the University of Alabama while studying to be an aerospace engineer, Susan became an accidental triathlete on a lark and ended up as the only American to date to win an Olympic medal in triathlon. She has since gone on to place as first female at the Leadville 100 mountain bike race among many other titles. She is married and has three very blonde, very adorable children. What hasn’t Susan done? How about RAAM!
Susie Wargin aka She who wears many hats: Wife, Mom, Cyclist, Runner, Realtor, Radio Host, TV Sports Anchor, Speaker. Susie loves climbing hills and passing dudes. That about sums it up and is good enough for us! Susie is well known and well loved in Colorado and as a newbie to RAAM, we plan on giving her all the hills and plenty of dudes to pass. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Julie is a pre-title IX athlete who found the joy of sport in her 40’s. After completing her first triathlon wearing all her running clothes (except the shoes) during the swim, she has gone on to explore and embrace her athletic potential. Successfully conquering every distance of triathlon, Julie took up bicycle racing when she realized that she didn’t have to wear her age marked her calf and a tattoo wasn’t required. She has a handsome husband, two successful adult daughters, and a dog.