Vivian Broussard Guillory
Day job: Retired administrative law judge
Started racing: At age 54. As an empty nester, I had time on my hands, and I chose to spend that time getting healthy. … I had no idea that my training would lead me to this.
Favorite races: Rocketchix Triathlon and "The Half" in the Louisiana Marathon, which taught me that training well for a race makes all the difference.
Music to move to: Black Eyed Peas, Sting, Oliver Mtukudzi and k.d. lang.
Getting motivated: I just know that whenever I swim, bike or run, I have a smile on my face! It's fun. My mantra from the very first tri I did has been to have fun, try to complete the race and don't get injured. So far, so good.
Why I love it: My energy level is off the charts! I am thankful that I am healthy enough to run, and if I can, I will run well into my golden years.
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