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Achieve Athletes

Jungho Kim

Currently live in:

San Francisco, CA

Achieve athlete since:

October 2014

Top accomplishments and/or results since being an Achieve athlete are:

1st place at the 2015 Colavita Grand Prix E4. Also, not giving up when I’ve been off the back of numerous races and riding with maximum effort until I’ve crossed the line.

The best part about being an Achieve athlete is:

The coaches! Ryan has been a great source of motivation, information, and inspiration – couldn’t have come this far without him. Also,  the structured training plans that let me focus on putting in the efforts and recovering, not wondering what to do next.

The aspect I like most about cycling and/or racing is:

Finding the limits of the body and mind, the excitement and spirit of competition, and the ability to explore the world near and far.

My favourite bike is:

Whatever bike I have the opportunity to ride right now.

The cycling/sporting accomplishment I’m most proud of is:

When I was just a spring chicken in high school I placed 8th in the Maryland State Championships in the 110m high hurdles. My results throughout the season, while good, didn’t give me any right to be in the state finals. However a determined performance in the semi-finals saw me grab the last slot for the final race. That moment recovering in the infield when I realized I had qualified through was without a doubt my happiest sporting moment. Hard work pays off.

If I could be one animal I would be a:

My animal year is the year of the rat – I’m most certainly a rat.

Of the following three facts, two are true and one is false:

I went to school in Sweden.
I once sold my guitar to fund my travels.
I drive an Austin Mini.

My goals for the upcoming season include:

2-3 wins in 2015
7-10 top-5 finishes in 2015
10+ top-10 finishes in 2015
Cat 5 to 4 upgrade by 31 May 2015
Cat 4 to 3 upgrade by 30 September 2015 or end of season
Race in crits, road races, ITTs, and a stage race in 2015

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