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Celtman

Torridon, Scotland, United Kingdom

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Swissman Xtreme

Ascona, Switzerland

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Snaefellsnes Jarnkarl

Snæfellsnes, Iceland

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Austria eXtreme

Graz-Dachstein, Austria

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Tri.By 226

Minsk, Belarus

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The Gladiator

New Forest, United Kingdom

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Northwest Triman

As Pontes de García Rodríguez, Spain

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Ch'TriMan

Gravelines, France

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Challenge Galway

Galway, Ireland

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BigMan

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Ironman Austria

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Ironman Frankfurt

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Ironman UK

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Ironman Canada

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Ironman Switzerland

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Ironman Lake Placid

Lake Placid, United States

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Ironman Vineman

Santa Rosa, California, United States

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Ironman The Netherlands

Maastricht-Limburg, Netherlands

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Ironman Boulder

Boulder, CO, United States

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Ironman Sweden

Kalmar, Sweden

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TOUGHMAN Tinman

Tupper Lake, NY, United States

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Lumberman

Cadillac, MI, United States

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ICAN Amsterdam

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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IdroMan

Idro, Province of Brescia, Italy

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Slovakman 113

Bátovce, Slovakia

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Challenge San Gil

Sangil Queretaro, Mexico

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Roadford Middle Distance

Roadford Lake, Devon, United Kingdom

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Ocean Lava Montenegro

Kotor, Montenegro

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TOUGHMAN Washington State

Ocean Shores , WA, United States

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Challenge St. Andrews

St Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada

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70.3 U.K.

Wimbleball, United Kingdom

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70.3 Buffalo Springs

Lubbock, Texas, United States

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70.3 Mont Tremblant

Mont-Tremblant, Québec, Canada

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70.3 Coeur d'Alene

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States

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70.3 Norway

Haugesund, Norway

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70.3 Muncie

Muncie, Indiana, United States

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70.3 Vineman

Sonoma County, California, United States

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70.3 Muskoka

Huntsville, Ontario, Canada

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70.3 Jonkoping

Jönköping, Sweden

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70.3 Racine

Racine, Wisconsin, United States

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70.3 racing comes to one of the most loved IRONMAN towns

70.3 racing comes to one of the most loved IRONMAN towns

Friday 24 Jun 2016 [Triathlon News]

Taking place in the pristine heart of one of Idaho's prettiest areas, this race takes place in the early summer, when the lush surrounding forest is starting to become very green. Coeur d’Alene is a classic resort and vacation destination that offers numerous recreational activities. The glacier-fed lake, surrounding forests and parks, the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes and the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course’s floating green are just a few examples. more

Let the festivities begin at the inaugural Challenge Galway

Let the festivities begin at the inaugural Challenge Galway

Friday 24 Jun 2016 [Triathlon News]

CHALLENGE GALWAY is being established as a festival of triathlon, with a series of events running over Saturday and Sunday. Spreading out of these events will allow a wide range of participants to take part: from first timers, to the professional long-distance triathletes. For 2016, the shorter Olympic and Sprint distance events will take place on the Saturday; with the landmark long distance plus the half distance event on the Sunday. more

Records on the line at Ironman Austria

Records on the line at Ironman Austria

Friday 24 Jun 2016 [Triathlon News]

Every year IRONMAN Austria attracts 3.000 athletes from 60 countries, along with their vocal supporters, to this perfect triathlon landscape. Known as one of the most beautiful races in the world, IRONMAN Austria has become legendary among athletes. They enjoy being part of one big IRONMAN Austria-family and rave about one of the most emotional finish lines in sport. Fans cheer on every athlete until the very last one has achieved their goal. more

ETU Cross Tri Euro Champs XTERRA Switzerland

ETU Cross Tri Euro Champs XTERRA Switzerland

Thursday 23 Jun 2016 [Triathlon News]

The fifth of 11 stops on the XTERRA European Tour takes us to the beautiful village of Les Charbonnieres in Vallee de Joux, Switzerland on Saturday. More than 60 elite racers representing 16 countries as well as 700+ amateurs from around the EU will take part in XTERRA Switzerland, which is doubling as the ETU European Cross Triathlon Championships. more

Kessler & Sanders return to defend at 70.3 Mont-Tremblant

Kessler & Sanders return to defend at 70.3 Mont-Tremblant

Thursday 23 Jun 2016 [Triathlon News]

In its short tenure, IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant has exceeded expectations with its scenic course and abundance of family-friendly activities. Visitors to Mont-Tremblant will find that the area is filled with endless entertainment and recreational options. The pedestrian layout makes the city inviting and accessible, and boutiques, bistros and restaurants can all be found within walking distance of the IRONMAN Village. Additionally, the beach, transition area and bike and run courses are central more

No Time To Cook Breakfast? Try This Winner’s Circle Yogurt

Friday 24 Jun 2016 Triathlete.com
There’s no excuse for skipping breakfast. No time to cook? That’s no excuse for skipping breakfast. A base of plain yogurt provides protein and calcium. Add whole-grain cereal, an important source of complex carbohydrates and fiber. Top it off with fruit for sweetness and flavor and nuts or seeds for minerals, healthy fat and a good crunch. Start with a bowl of yogurt and add your favorite things for a high-quality breakfast. Plain Yogurt Try Greek yogurt for higher protein. Whole-Grain Cereal Original or Multigrain Cheerios, Kashi GoLean, Fiber One, Total Whole Grain, or Wheaties Fruit Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, bananas, or peaches Nuts Almonds, walnuts, or pecans Seeds Chia, ground flaxseed, or pumpkin seeds Tip: If you like to mix it all together but want the cereal to stay crunchy, stir the nuts, seeds, and fruit into your yogurt, then add the cereal on top. Republished with permission of VeloPress from Racing Weight Cookbook. Try more recipes...

Video: Get To Know Olympic Medal Contender Non Stanford

Friday 24 Jun 2016 Triathlete.com
Great Britain’s Non Stanford, the 2012 ITU Junior world champion and 2013 ITU world champion, speaks with about the privilege of racing triathlon on the world stage of the ITU and qualifying for her first Olympic team. Specialized traveled to Stanford’s base in Northern England to capture the routine, work ethic and culture of this high performance group as they prepare for the final two months ahead of the Rio Olympics with a clear goal for Stanford to medal at her first Games. RELATED – Gwen Jorgensen On Triathlon Career: “It’s A 24-Hour Job” RELATED: Lisa Norden Shares Journey Back To Olympic Form In New Video The post Video: Get To Know Olympic Medal Contender Non Stanford appeared first on Triathlete.com.

Q&A: Food To Combat Pre-Race Nerves

Friday 24 Jun 2016 Paul Moore
Photo: Arnold Lim / ITUQuestion: I was thinking about going to a liquid pre-race meal given that I have had stomach issues, mostly due to pre-race nerves. I try to calm down, but it doesn’t work. This makes it hard for me to test pre-race meals in training, as everything works in training. So, do you think a liquid meal would digest better? Answer: Race-day nerves can play havoc with your digestive system; those butterflies can feel like they are alive, leaving no room for that much needed pre-race meal. Skipping out on that meal, though, is not an option, so the goal is to find something that is easily and readily digestible, will sit well even on a nervous stomach and fuel you for the race ahead. Pre-race nutrition can also play a role in creating calm through familiarity and also reassurance that you have a plan in place. Plan out other aspects of race day so it is not overwhelming, formulate a routine and think through any other logistics. And avoid caffeine, as this could...

The Check-In: Catch the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship Re-Air

Friday 24 Jun 2016
2015 championship re-airs on NBC, IRONMAN athlete treks across Nebraska, race previews and recaps, and more from the world of IRONMAN.

ITU Confirms 2017 ITU World Triathlon Series Calendar

Friday 24 Jun 2016 Triathlete.com
The International Triathlon Union (ITU) today revealed the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS) calendar. “The World Triathlon Series is the pinnacle of elite triathlon racing,” said ITU President and IOC Member Marisol Casado in the press release. “The WTS has been paramount in bringing international attention to triathlon by holding races in iconic locations that are broadcast to a global audience. “The Series not only serves as the pathway to World Championship titles and Olympic qualification in iconic locations, but also offers thousands of age groupers around the world the opportunity to race on similar courses as the professionals in a close environment. I’m confident that next year’s calendar will again impress our elite athletes, age groupers and fans everywhere.” The 2017 WTS will get underway in Abu Dhabi after kicking off the Series the last two years. Gold Coast, which will host the Grand Final for the second time in 2018, next returns for a third consecutive appearance...

Butterfield Renews Long-­Standing Relationship With Tokio Millennium Re

Saturday 19 Mar 2016 Admin
Tyler Butterfield | Tokio Millennium Re Professional triathlete Tyler Butterfield announces the continuation of  his long-­‐time partnership with Tokio Millennium Re (TMR), a prominent reinsurance company founded in his native Bermuda TMR has proudly sponsored Butterfield in pursuing his triathlon goals since 2010. Stephan Ruoff, CEO of Tokio Millennium Re, shared the Company’s excitement about the relationship. “Tyler is an exceptional ambassador for sport and for Bermuda,” said Mr. Ruoff. “He is also a great role model for youth, both in Bermuda and worldwide. At TMR we believe firmly in Tyler’s talents and are proud to continue to sponsor him and see him reach the goals he has set for himself.” Founded in Bermuda in 2000 as a subsidiary of Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Japan’s oldest and one of its largest non-­life insurance companies, TMR operates with a deep commitment to underwriting discipline and scientific analysis of risk, aligned with a strong balance sheet and close relationships with...

Coping With Injuries

Sunday 19 Jun 2016 Andrew Starykowicz
In order to find “the limit,” you have to step over it.  Most of the time it is as simple as “blowing up” due to muscle failure or nutritional meltdown, but sometimes stepping over “the limit” sidelines us with an injury.  I have found that injury line many times and sometimes it is a simple month of rest and other times it is a yearlong process. There are a lot of factors that make a successful comeback, the first and most important is your attitude toward being injured.  It sucks being in pain and not being able to do what you love (and for some it is what provides for their family).  Yet, moping around is only putting more negative stress on the body, and the body needs positive energy to heal.  Below is what has become my methodical approach to recovery and what I try to focus on, while limiting my attention to what I can’t or want to be doing): #1) Shut it down – When I get injured, I shut everything down cold turkey.  As athletes we push our bodies to the absolute limit and...

Tips For Running Off The Bike

Friday 17 Jun 2016 Tim
Ch6oDkiUYAAiNbY.jpg-large No matter which way you slice it or dice it, running off the bike is tough! Whether you’re an age-grouper or an elite athlete, you’re going to face some challenges when you make the transition from riding to running. As you’ll discover, there are actually some physiological and mental issues that make running after riding difficult. The good news is there are some very practical things you can do to minimise your discomfort, as well as the inevitable drop in efficiency that comes at the start of the run leg. So… let’s get into it! Why it’s tough to run off the bike Unlike the ‘man ‘flu’, the issue of finding it difficult to run off the bike is real and well-documented. A recent French study found that 70% of elite triathletes ran up to 10% slower in the first 500-1000m of the run leg. Another study showed that transition-phase running is marked by greater oxygen consumption and higher breathing and heart rates. There’s no question about it – running economy is measurably lower...

Gratitude

Friday 17 Jun 2016 Noreply@blogger.com (rappstar)
© Eric Wynn 2016 Ironman Cairns Cairns, QLD, Australia ★ 2016.06.12 I'll warn you in advance, there's a lot of hokey I-can-be-self-empowered-because-I'm-rich guru-ism in this interview done by "The Genius Network" (certainly are humble, aren't they...) of Peter Diamantis (founder of the XPrize) and Tony Robbins. I certainly do not "love" marketing, even though I will certainly admit

My Giro d’Italia…

Thursday 16 Jun 2016 Dirk

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