For the first couple of months after the Games, I kept thinking that I needed to get started on my Games recap and hopefully a few new analyses for the offseason. I'd do it tomorrow, I thought, just after work and life slow down. When would that happen? Tomorrow turned into next week, next week turned into next month. Sometime in November, I realized the slowdown wasn't coming any time soon.
I've been adding more and more to this site for the past three years, culminating with the 2nd annual Games Pick 'Em contest this year, which went as well as I could have hoped. We had nearly 75 entries and I was able to keep the standings up to date throughout the up-and-down Games weekend. But since that time, work has picked up and shows no signs of slowing. On top of that, my wife and I are expecting our second child in April 2016. There's just no way I can realistically keep the bar high for content on this site with my current schedule. And if it's going to turn into a half-assed effort, I don't think it's worth it. I'm proud of the level of quality and timeliness that I reached with the site in 2015, and I don't want to sacrifice that.
I don't know if the site is done forever. I hope not, but I also realize it will be hard to get resurrect things after a long time off. My goal is to keep somewhat up to date with aggregating data, which has always been the toughest part of this operation. The web site itself will remain up, so hopefully those of you that are relatively new can still peruse old posts, many of which are still relevant today, in my opinion.
I'd like to thank everyone who has read, commented or contributed to this site over the past three years. Almost all the feedback I received here was positive, or at least constructive. I've only met a handful of you in person, but I feel like I had a small little community of folks that I "knew," albeit only through internet comments, podcast and tweets. So if and when the day comes to get this thing started again, I hope you'll all be here to start reading again.
As always, good luck with your training!