Ep. 5 - Keira D'Amato & Frank Lara: Texas Qualifier Recap
Last weekend the Trials of Miles Racing put on the extraordinary Texas Qualifier meet in Austin, TX and it was a huge success. Citius Mag showcased the event through their YouTube channel and covered a truly elite collection of U.S. track talent. Both Keira D'Amato and Frank Lara participated, in the 10k and 5k respectively, and fared very well. The conditions in Austin were tough, the humidity had a huge effect - especially in the 10k, but Keira and Frank were up to the challenge.
In this episode, they both detail there training leading into the Texas Qualifier and give a full breakdown of their races.
Photo credit for the episode graphic goes to Brenden Clarke - https://brendenclarke.com.
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