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Shannon Stefaniuk: Why I Joined IRACELIKEAGIRL


I joined I RaceLikeAGirl because I wanted to surround myself with a kick ass group of women while I venture into very unfamiliar territory.  Three summers ago I was given the opportunity to participate in an ITU Sprint Triathlon as my employer is a sponsor and there was one open sponsorship position.  The triathlon was five weeks away and I convinced myself that I would be fine (I love to ride a bike, how much harder could it be?!).  My brother competes in Ironmans and convinced me that not only would I be fine, but he would coach me!  So with five short weeks to train, I learned how to swim (I knew dog paddling would not suffice), started running more consistently and kept on riding my bike.  The day of the race rolled around and it was +4*C with howling wind and a driving rain.  The swim was cancelled and the race was turned into a duathlon accordingly.  I wasn’t sure whether I felt relief or distress, but it didn’t matter.  I raced and I was hooked.  My true revelation was when I was asked how the race went and I proclaimed how much I enjoyed the training to get to the start line.

After attempting another sprint distance triathlon (turned into yet another duathlon because of the cold), I finally completed an Olympic distance race last summer.  I was elated with the finish but incredibly disappointed with how spent I felt.  Going into the race I felt like I had trained reasonably well and was somewhat confident that I would perform well.  It was hot, the course was exceptionally hilly and I did not fuel myself properly throughout the race.  Which leads me to why I joined IRaceLikeAGirl.

As I get older, I refuse to accept that there may be limitations to what my body can still accomplish.  With a milestone birthday approaching, I decided it was the perfect time to complete my first 70.3.  As I was discussing this with my brother (looking for random support as he is the only person I know who is also involved in this crazy sport), he recommended that I join a team.  While training with a group in person would be amazing, my work schedule and family obligations make it very difficult to commit to a dedicated exercise time or regimented schedule.  Which is where IRaceLikeAGirl came along.  I looked into a few online groups, read about what they were striving for and started following a few of the participants to gain a better understanding.  Following Instagram posts of a few of the IRaceLikeAGirl members cemented the idea that this was the group for me.  The positive energy, the competitive yet friendly atmosphere, the giveaways (I am not kidding anyone, I love to win anything and everything) and the overwhelming feeling of support was outstanding.  

Having an online community to ask questions, share in celebrations and provide the motivation to train on those odd days when I just don’t feel like it mean a lot to me.  The genuine care that Angela shows for every team member is very special, but the genuine care that the entire group shows to each other is something I did not expect.  While I knew that we would all connect with in some minimal way, I did not expect that every girl on the team would be there to cheer each other along every step of the way.  While I am aware that I have a lot more training to do in the next 12 weeks leading up to my 70.3, I know I have an amazing group of women cheering me along in the background and that alone gives me more confidence.

Being part of an online community is so much more personal than I ever thought possible.  I did not anticipate how I would feel like when I sport my IRaceLikeAGirl colors; it feels like I am a part of something bigger than myself - a unique, supportive, genuine and empowering community of women supporting women.

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