I also wanted to ask when you could do an interview. Do you have time on weekends? It would be great to include pictures from Pittsburgh or San Francisco in a video that promotes kidney awareness to Latinos who often don't get the best treatment. It's an unfair system and this way we can shed some light on it.
I think you have about two weeks to decide. I know Bill would be excited to have you on the team. If you give yourself 6-7 weeks to train, I'm certain you could do well. But as you know, it's really about a bunch of transplant guys going out there and showing the world what life is about after the transplant. You're an inspiration to others and by going to San Francisco you can meet more of guys who are on the World Team.
Lets talk this week. 60 days until Treasure Island Tri.
Last year it was one of the US Olympic Team Qualifying races for Beijing. We finished 3rd & 4th in the Open Relays last year.
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Below is Blog link.
There should be some stuff on their from last year Nov. 2007.
It was nice seeing you yesterday. I emailed Bill and told him you might be interested in running the 10K as part of a triathlon relay. Meanwhile, you can see him at http://transplantcafe.com/profile/BillWohl.
Also, are you still interested in being interviewed for a documentary about kidney disease?
How are you? It's Zach from Team SoCal. I wanted to see when you have time in September. My friend would like to interview you sometime. You can bring your medal. Also, did you hear from Bill about running a 10k in San Francisco in November?
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