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an image Bridget was born in Dallas. She attended Texas Tech University where she earned a BS in Exercise and Sport Sciences.

She keeps herself on the go raising two wonderful children, training and competing. Bridget had a love for sports and fitness from an early age. Her uncle had her downhill skiing when she was at the young age of 5 and water skiing by age 6. She ran her first 10K at the age of 8. Bridget was on the dance team in high school and continued running in local races. Then in college, Bridget began cycling and has loved it ever since. Bridget graduated from Texas Tech University with a BS in Exercise and Sport Science. She was a member of the Texas Tech Cycling Team and has competed in numerous stage races including time trials, road races and criteriums. She also enjoys mountain biking and loves anything and everything outdoors.

Bridget had dreams of returning to competitive road racing but life had some unexpected turns. Shortly after Bridget’s daughter was born, cycling and running took the back burner for her daughter faced serious medical challenges. Bridget spent the next 10 years focused on helping her daughter through tough times battling brain tumor, epilepsy and multiple brain surgeries. Then as her daughter began to improve, Bridget began to reignite her athletic passion. A close friend who had taken up triathlons suggested Bridget go for it. She signed up for her first race in August of 2010. Bridget was hooked and loved the challenge of the three sports. It was now time to get serious about training.

Excited for the 2011 season, Bridget began training specifically for triathlons. But a bike accident and injuries set her back for many months. Bridget was struck by a car while on a solo ride. Injured but determined, she began working with Coach Scott Whitten to help her through rehab and the physical/psychological healing process while building a solid base for triathlon training.

After months of frustrating injuries, rehab and focused training, Bridget recently competed in her first sprint triathlon since the bike accident and took first place overall women. Bridget is passionate about being a competitive athlete looks forward to the 2012 tri season as a member of Team Cambridge.