10 October 2018

GeoWoman Extraordinaire

Katie Aguilar is a gINT Product Manager at Bentley Systems and she helps teach gINT during Midwest GeoSciences Group soil workshops.

GeoWoman Katie is among the world's top athletes competing in the 2018 World Championship Ironan Triathon at Kona, Hawaii.   Way to go Katie!  
Katie @ Kona
“To get there you need to have courage. Not heroic courage, but courage for everyday life and making the decisions to sacrifice some opportunities for this goal and opportunity. You have to love the lifestyle and not want to do what others are doing, because you won’t be. So love what you get to do every day to get to Kona. And accept your story. Love your story. It will be different from everyone else’s. Listen to the stories of others. They love their story as well.”
-Katie Aguilar

Katie qualified for Kona World Championships by achieving second place in the Ironman Race in Santa Rosa, California.

An Ironman Triathalon consists of a 2.4-mile (3.86 km) swim, a 112-mile (180.25 km) bicycle ride and a marathon 26.22-mile (42.20 km) run, raced in that order and without a break.  To keep up on the news with Katie, follow this link:  Katie @ Kona

Katie Aguilar wearing her GeoWoman shirt

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