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Angela's Updates/Blog


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I have raced pre-period, during my period, and all days in between, in the last 10 years. I have had great performances when my body most otherwise says, it shouldn’t. I go into each race with a mindset of “Let’s see what I’ve got!”, and focus on mental cues of being strong, letting the day unfold as it may. Racing (and in training), is about not hoping for the best day, but learning how to deal with whatever comes your way, and making the most of it.

Jim Brewer

I write this feeling both heart-broken, and blessed. Jim Brewer, my homestay
from IRONMAN Chattanooga, passed away on February1, 2018. He was a man I
met, a stranger, who soon became a dear friend. This was all thru the IRONMAN
Homestay program - a program where IRONMAN helps professionals find places
to stay, while competing at their events.

This is a tribute to this man, who touched many lives, and truly embodied the
kindred spirit of IRONMAN. In the last 4 years, Jim and Sandra Brewer have
opened up their home to almost a dozen professionals in Chattanooga, TN. I
would have never had the chance to meet such a great soul without racing the
inaugural IRONMAN, in 2014.

I was Jim’s first homestay athlete. We conversed a little over emails and text,
before I met him. Right away, he made me feel at home, and I had a few friends
that were also racing that needed a place. I asked him if he had some extra
room, and he quickly replied, ‘Hell Yeah!’ - a phrase I would learn, shortly after
meeting him, that epitomized his soul, and life.

I was there for a week, spoiled no less, with food, good company, and laughs.
Little did I know, Jim was a very social man who invited the entire neighborhood
for backyard BBQs almost every weekend. They had a very close knit group of
friends that celebrated life. And to have the IRONMAN in their home town,
everyone joined in on the fun. It’s a week of my life I’ll never forget.

And it’s been like that year after year, race after race. And recently, I was just
conversing with Jim about planning my return trip to Chattanooga for this year’s
70.3. He already had three rooms filled, and my private room and bath, had my
name on it. ;) We’ve stayed connected over the years, meeting up where we

Last I saw him in person was this past August when I passed thru
Chattanooga, to help with a Red Bull Women’s event I was hosting. He surprised
me by being down at the buffet breakfast, the only morning I had there. That was
Jim, he just made things happen, and always with love and an addictive smile.
When he found out I was going thru divorce, he reached out to me. He
supported me. He gave me advice. He was there for me. If you venture over to
his Facebook page, it’s filled with pictures and pictures of friends, family, and
every athlete that stayed at his house. I truly can’t say enough about Jim. He is a
man who truly gave life to those around him.

Jim Brewer passed away from a fall that left him with some medical
complications. He was on life-support for over a week, and his wife, Sandra, and
good friend, Ju-Hsin (neighbor) reached out to me. I was lucky and fortunate to
be able to say some last words that were relayed to Jim while he was in the ICU.
The night Ju-Hsin and Sandra did this for me, I received a video-phone call from
them. On the other line, was Jim. He wasn’t able to open his eyes or speak, but
he acknowledged my voice, my words, and gave me a kiss, and a smile. We both
cried. I will forever have this man in my heart.

I want to share the words I said to him - as it embodies how much he meant to
me, and the athletes he connected with over the years. He truly supported and
loved IRONMAN in his city, and was one of the biggest, if not THE biggest
supporter of the event. He loved sharing the week, and celebration of the races.

“I love you Jim. You have given me memories that I cherish. In all my years I’ve
done this sport there’s one time that truly sticks out - my time I spent with you,
and your family during my first IRONMAN win. Your love, vulnerability, and
support for me at that finish line, is my favorite memory I’ve had in my career, my
favorite feeling of all time. You were a man, whom I only knew for a mere 3
days and you gave me the deepest, most sincere hug of support and care I’ve
ever had. I remember getting up every morning, early, and you were up. We’d
talk like old friends and I loved it. I’ll never forget how much support and love I
felt from you since the day we met - from a complete stranger at the time, no

The morning of that race, you were up and ready to roll, and had the music
blazing in the car. I was sitting in the front seat, and you and I were laughing, and
smiling. I remember the top was down, and you were just as excited as we all
were for the race to start. The entire race - you were there, and poured your
heart out to me that day. You had the entire community cheering for us, and I
remember running past you guys with such big smiles, and love. You raced to
get to the finish line - where I will never forget the feeling and moment I had with
you. It was a true embrace of joy and care. It reached my core. We were both
crying and I’ve never felt such vulnerability and joy from someone I knew for
such little time. I will forever cherish that.

And for the rest of my life, I’m living with the words you said often for everything,
’Hell yeah!’. You give such meaning to this phrase for me, and since the first day
we met at the airport, I was in love with your joy, and way of being. You live by
these words, and I hope to do the same. These two words. ‘Hell Yeah!” I’m
reminded daily - enjoy life, it’s now or never, live for the moments, and cherish
those to you close. You’re a beautiful soul, Jim. I love you. - Angela “

And to this, I truly have to thank IRONMAN. This is one of the reasons I love this
sport - the connection of community, athletes and individuals like Jim Brewer.
Jim was never an IRONMAN - heck, I don’t think he even rode a bike in the last
30 years of his life! However, he supported each of us who stayed in his home,
and embraced our goals like they were his own. His finish-line tears and hug,
were truly indicative of who he was, and how much he gave to all of us.

I’ve been involved with homestay’s thru IRONMAN since I started the sport.
When this adventure of triathlon racing as my career began, I barely had enough
money to train full-time. Homestay’s helped me survive, and race. I’ve made
friends across the globe (Andrea from St. Croix, Bill from New Hampshire, Hud
and Sandra from Galveston, to name a few). It’s a core reason and desire of
why I created iracelikeagirl - a women’s endurance community. We connect,
share, and support one another in our lives.

This sport changes lives. Ironman brings communities together, people together,
and friendships that last a life time.  While Jim is gone, I’m blessed to have the
opportunity to have had him as a part of my life.


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