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IMTX 2016: We All Get Stopped

Monday 30 May 2016 Admin
Texas IM 2016 (9) (Medium) Ironman Texas 2016: The Race that Didn’t Want to Happen. But we, as humans, triathletes, and Ironpeople…we were determined to make it happen. First it was the bike course that we didn’t have finalized, but then two weeks out, we did! Next it was the water in the lake; high E. Coli levels forced a change of course only 2 days before the event. No worries. Lake Woodlands was the perfect size for an out and back swim course, and nixing the poop canal was no problem. The gun sounded on a beautiful race morning, and all went off without a hitch. Despite some fog on the swim, the adjusted course was great. We had to make some turns on the bike, but I along with many others quite enjoyed the new route. And the run. What can go wrong there? Ah yes, Mother Nature…she can always strike! And that she did; throwing an unbelievable storm complete with hail, lightening and torrential rains on the final hours of the race. I was fortunate to be safe in the car, driving back to the hotel with Derick...

Kona 2015 + the roller coaster ride to get there

Wednesday 30 Dec 2015 Britta Martin
I know, I haven’t written a blog for a very long time, but the approaching of the end of the year is always a good time to look back and reflect. For me, it is not just the end of 2015, but the end of a two year project. For the last two years, I have had one goal in my mind and that was qualifying for Hawaii and having my best possible race there. [...] The post Kona 2015 + the roller coaster ride to get there appeared first on Britta Martin.

‘Kona’ – The day before the biggest day of your life…

Saturday 12 Oct 2013 Britta Martin
The day before the biggest race of your life. More thoughts from the No. 1 supporter. It is 8:05am; Britta and I are out for one last spin, the day before the biggest triathlon on the planet. We are stopped at the traffic lights on the corner of Palani Road and the Queen Ka’Ahumanu highway, surely the most famous crossroad in triathlon. Behind me I can hear Britta chirp into conversation: Middle [...] The post ‘Kona’ – The day before the biggest day of your life… appeared first on Britta Martin.

The other side – A supporter’s view leading up to Ironman Sweden.

Saturday 17 Aug 2013 Britta Martin
Cheer up Sweden! For a country with so much to be joyful about the locals here in Kalmar sure are looking a bit glum. Maybe it is the high tax rate or the thought that a long dark winter is fast approaching. Volvo, Abba, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Pippi Longstocking, Ikea, Absolut Vodka, The Nobel Prize, and let’s not forget, the Swedish Chef from the Muppet Show! Surely these are a few things [...] The post The other side – A supporter’s view leading up to Ironman Sweden. appeared first on Britta Martin.

Ironman Melbourne

Monday 01 Apr 2013 Britta Martin
Finally, here is my Ironman Melbourne update. Sorry it took a bit longer, but it took a while to get my head around what happened in the race. I am still very disappointed with the result, but I will try to move on and focus on the positive parts of the race. I didn’t have a very good build up to this race. I developed an injury at the beginning of January. I could swim [...] The post Ironman Melbourne appeared first on Britta Martin.

Ironman WA 2012

Monday 17 Dec 2012 Britta Martin
Hi, this is my first blog. I thought that this was a good opportunity to thank so many people who have supported me and hopefully will keep supporting me in the future   I am still completely overwhelmed by what has happened to me in the last 10 days. It is always quite amazing, but whenever Rob and I leave tiny little Nelson to go on a trip to one of my races, I [...] The post Ironman WA 2012 appeared first on Britta Martin.

2015 WRAP UP

Monday 16 Nov 2015 Admin
IMG_0354 You know it’s been a tough year when you have a small but persistent season long injury, get hit by a car, and have to deal with an unprecedented amount of things affecting your career yet simultaneously are out of your control. Needless to say it’s been a rocky season, but it has also been amazing and now that our time in Europe has come to the end I can reflect on all the good things. Here’s an overview of the places I’ve raced and trained and how I rate them (out of 10)… Training locations: GIRONA, Spain (Winter, Spring & Autumn) Swimming (pools/open water) 10 Biking 9 Running 8 Gym 8 Physiotherapy/Massage/Sports Medicine 7 Vegetarian Eating 2 Healthy Shopping 9 Non Triathlon Activities 7 Coffee 8 Bakeries 7 Charm 10       HEIDELBERG, Germany (Summer) Swimming (pools/open water) 8 (Lots of 50m pools just not great for training as they don’t believe in lane...

TRIATHLON GERARDMER

Monday 07 Sep 2015 Admin
DSC_0175 Some movies start with a scene frozen in time, paused just before the climax and then rewind to the beginning of the story for the build up. If the 2015 Triathlon Gerardmer were a movie it would begin with the prize banquet and the moment just before Hector Guerra pops the cork off his 1.5 liter bottle of champagne. Catching a glimpse of him ripping the foil, I hopped (or hobbled) off stage and the rest of the guys from the top 8 stepped back towards the race committee. With nowhere else to turn and revenge in his eyes, Guerra aimed the bottle at the front table consisting of 8 people, 6 were members of my family and 2 were family friends.   Race Recap I was excited to return to Gerardmer, where I won the ITU European Long Course Championships in 2008. It’s a family run race and I was particularly excited to share this race with my father, Paul Gambles, and family friend Kim White, who were both with me on the start line four days after they arrived from Australia. A week earlier...

CHALLENGE SALOU

Thursday 04 Jun 2015 Admin
IMG_2062 EUROPE 2015 Race 2 – Challenge Salou After the disappointment of pulling out of Pays d’Aix 70.3 four weeks earlier, I set out for my second European race of the 2015 season. It is always a hard decision to pull out of a race and to know when you should push on and when to stop. For me, I felt that it was important to have a wider perspective and leave some in the tank to reach my major goals for the season. After one week of complete rest and a 3 week block of tweaking my training schedule with my coach Neal Henderson of Apex Coaching, I started to get back on track.  This would not have been possible without the amazing support of my network in Girona which consists of CENIT (nutrition, osteo/physio), the FISIO-CENTER (massage, kinesio taping) and VeloLoveFit (bike fit). The pieces fell into place a week before Challenge Salou but, to be completely honest, I was quite nervous leading into this race. I knew that I was fit but there was still the uncertainty of whether my calf...

2015 UPDATE

Sunday 22 Feb 2015 Admin
IMG_0218 2015 is off to an exciting start as I have decided to dedicate the year to racing in Europe and the Middle East. It was a difficult decision for Sage, Coop and I to leave the comfort of Boulder for the year, but we felt it was time to mix things up a bit and with the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Austria this year, Europe seemed the logical choice for relocation. As I was born in England, I have an EU passport which allows us to live in most of Europe, but we chose Girona as a base for several reasons. Although we have moved here in winter the weather is still mild and I have ridden outside 99% of the time so far.  The trail network for running is quite extensive and starts right in the centre of the city. I joined a great fitness centre with a very nice 50m & 25m saline swimming pool, sauna, a running track and weight room. I have been very lucky to set myself up so quickly as we moved here just 6 weeks before a very competitive race and my first one of the season. But...

WORLD 70.3 CHAMPIONSHIPS – Mont Tremblant, Canada

Saturday 13 Sep 2014 Admin
10626625_10152831723668787_7070225971592061299_n Mont Tremblant was the perfect venue for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships and it was witness to the most competitive race I have ever been a part of.  Each year the field keeps getting deeper and faster and this year was no exception. The challenging course didn’t even help to slow the competition down.  There were some fast splits posted, with swim times of 22 minutes, ride times of 2:04 and an amazing run by Gomez of 1:09, showing just how fast 70.3 racing has become. SWIM Goggles TYR Tracer Wetsuit TYR Freak of Nature BIKE Trek Speed Concept Groupset Campagnola Electronic Power Shift (EPS) Saddle ISM Podium Powermeter Powertap Helmet Rudy Project Wing57 Shoes Bontrager Hilo RXL Sunglasses Rudy Project Genetyk Racing Wheels Bontrager prototype disc; Aeolus 7 D3 (Tubular)   FUEL PowerGel (on bike)  7 Powerbar Perform (on bike)  40 oz RUN Sunglasses Rudy Project Genetyk...

CHALLENGE ROTH

Saturday 23 Aug 2014 Admin
photo The long overdue Challenge Roth Race Report I went to Germany 10 days before my first attempt at Challenge Roth to adjust to the jet lag and get to know the course. I was very fortunate to have a relaxing homestay, with Petra and Heiner as my hosts. I also got to cruise around in a Challenge Family car, making everything just that much easier. The two best things about training in Germany were the pools and the breakfasts. There seems to be 50 meter public pools in every town. They were very inviting as most are in parks or surrounded by grass, and they were kept in pristine condition. As for breakfast, most mornings my Petra rode to the bakery bringing back fresh breads and croissants (see below) As an added bonus I was in Germany for the final game of the World Cup. Which for me looked like this: Since I had given myself plenty of time, race week was pretty relaxing and the weather was mild (until race day) so I did my typical taper with a few days of easy training leading into...

BOULDER 70.3

Wednesday 18 Jun 2014 Admin
IMAG0024 Boulder 70.3 – Executing a Plan Depending on the race, more emphasis might be placed on the course, the competition or the overall strategy. I know this course back to front but the field was the strongest I’ve faced here so I needed a plan. After sitting down with my new(ish) coach Neal Henderson, we came up with a strategy that I would be able to execute with the training I had done since St. George six weeks earlier. Then all I had to do was handle the expectation and pressure (that I had mainly put on myself). WEEK LEADING INTO RACE Game of Thrones episodes 3 Hours in ice bath .5 Hours Training – Bike 7 Hours Training- Swim 4 Hours Training- Run 3 Hours Training- Strength 1 Number of Beers Consumed 5 Number of Coffees Consumed 9 Testing it out Brooks T7 Racer Pre Race Dinner Egg and potato scramble Pre Race Second Dinner Rice, sweet potato and veggie sausage   Race morning had a more relaxed feel about it as most athletes rolled...

ST. GEORGE

Thursday 08 May 2014 Admin
JOEG001 The 2014 season started with two tough races and two fourth place positions.  As the first race of the season I always knew Oceanside was going to be a challenging way to start, but with such a stacked field it was a good way for me to see how my fitness was progressing.  Heading to Ironman 70.3 St. George wasn’t any easier with an even bigger world championship class field. Pre race media coverage by St. George & Zion National Park Tourism  WEEK LEADING INTO RACE Miles of travel 641 Hours of packing 3 Hours Training – Bike 4 Hours Training- Swim 4 Hours Training- Run 2 Hours Training- Strength 1 Number of Beers Consumed 3 Number of Coffees Consumed 7 Testing it out Brooks T7 Racer Pre Race Dinner Pizza Pre Race Distraction Julie Dibens (I thought she retired)   The pre race transition atmosphere was tense.  We all knew how tough the course was, how fast the pace was going to be and that it was going to come down to the wire.  I felt...

2014 UPDATE

Friday 02 May 2014 Admin
Screen Shot 2014-04-30 at 2.23.39 PM The 2014 season is underway! With Oceanside under my belt and so many personal and professional changes in the last 6 months, it’s hard to know where to start. I have a new coach, a new manager, and a new plan for the 2014 season. I spent more of the off-season in Boulder this winter which means I spent a lot of time inside. But luckily my coach Neal Henderson of Apex coaching has an amazing setup at Rally Sport, including a state of the art cycling training center where I can accurately test myself through data monitoring. Also, this is within a group setting so we can all suffer and improve together.  When I wasn’t training I tried to take advantage of the excellent snow conditions we had this year and took up cross country skiing and snowshoeing. My focus for this season is Challenge Roth and KONA with only a handful of highly competitive 70.3s. Here’s a look at my race calendar: DATE March May June July September October RACE California 70.3 St George 70.3 Boulder 70.3 Challenge...

IRONMAN TAHOE

Friday 27 Sep 2013 Admin
photo The week leading into Ironman Tahoe was far from normal due to the flooding in Boulder. Luckily my home was spared from damage but many friends and neighbors were seriously affected, and as of today some are still unable to return home. As a result of the flooding, many roads, trails, and swimming pools were closed and will take quite a bit of time to repair. WEEK LEADING INTO RACE Hours of Sleep 50 Number of Massages 2 Number of Dry Needling 2 Hours Training- Bike 6 Hours Training- Swim 3 Hours Training- Run 3 Number of Beers Consumed 7 Number of Coffees Consumed 10 Number of Red Rocks Shows 2 (The Lumineers and The National with Frightened Rabbit and Local Natives) Pre Race Dinner White rice, sweet potatoes and veggie burger (Hillary’s) Pre Race Distraction Monty Python and the Holy Grail   RACE DAY Pre Race Song None – Ipod frozen Transition Talk “Are we really doing this?” (Matt Lieto) Support Crew Sage...

Oat Super Cookie

Friday 27 May 2016 Jaimie Jacobs
My Oat Super Cookie Recipe that will have you reaching for more:) Its perfect for those wanting an Anzac Cookie without the butter and refined sugar! Dip it in your tea or take a couple on your long ride. It ticks all the foodie boxes! Ingredients 1 cup Almond Meal 2 cups Oats ¼ cup shredded coconut ¼ cup pepitas ¼ cup Chia Seeds *1 cup Dried Fruit 1 ripe Banana mashed ½ cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil ½ cup Maple Syrup 1Tbs Cinnamon ground 1 Tsp Baking Powder *Optional: Orange zest for a festive twist   *Note – I use Activated Nuts (soak raw almonds for 8-12 hrs then dry so they are in the ‘growing’ phase:) I used organic dried apricots, prunes and sultanas finely sliced although would usually add figs and medjool dates tooJ   Method Combine all ingrediants in a bowl and mix until well combined. Roll into balls and place on trays (with baking paper) slightly pushing down on them to resemble a cookie like shape. Cook until golden brown on 180 degrees!   Happy Munching and...

Sports Illustrated's Fittest 50 2016!!

Wednesday 25 May 2016 Jessi Stensland
Si_parkour_cropped Yours truly one of the 50 Fittest? Well.....if as Tom Myers says these days... "You are fit if you can adapt to the demands of your environment with ease and imagination." ...then YES! It's the agility component over any/all terrain I'm most stoked on evolving these days in addition to strength, cardio, endurance that I have such experience with from my past. SO FUN. Cool that SI acknowledged quite a range of "fitness" in this list. It's this definition of fit that I relate to these days, having a desire to be both comfortable and capable on land, in the air or water...on my feet, a bike, skis, scuba, kayaks, or now with parkour. For the whole article click HERE. To zoom to #45 click HERE.

Reflections on the Adventure that was 2015

Friday 08 Jan 2016 Jessi Stensland
image from https://s3.amazonaws.com/feather-client-files-aviary-prod-us-east-1/2016-01-08/74869e3c277f4321a21a086d60dc059f.png Before it gets too far away from me, I'd like to reflect on yet another wild ride of a year before screaming into the next one. Time does fly when you're having fun. Come along if you'd like :) First of all - thank YOU - to everyone who was a part of my year, in mind, body and/or spirit. The reflections below do not tell all. Above all YOU made this my best year yet... Snapshot: This year I moved. A lot. For the first half of the year my lifestyle was active; my work was active; daily outdoor adventure was the norm. My mind was challenged more by physical tasks than intellectual stimulation, which perhaps was why it went into overdrive for the second half of the year with the conceptualization, creation and launch of FEET FREEX - a movement to inspire a greater understanding and use of feet and footwear innovations designed to suit them. Threads that weave their way through my day to day these days... Love. Curiosity. Fun. Being aware and fully alive. Incidental education. Traveling...

Interview | Tough Girl Podcast

Friday 04 Sep 2015 Jessi Stensland
Jessi Stensland - Tough Girl Big thanks to Sarah Williams of Tough Girl Challenges for having me on her brand new, incredibly fun, inspiring, impactful Tough Girl Podcast.  We talk triathlon, travels, life challenges and inspirations, a bit of movement. At some point I even get a bit verklempt! Click HERE to listen in iTunes. Click HERE to listen in Soundcloud. It is a fantastic resource about challenging, inspiring and encouraging women and girls of all ages to get fit and active, travel and explore, dream BIG, turn dreams into reality, live life to the fullest, do more and be more. She posts new interviews all the time...enjoy!!!

Race Recap: Las Catalinas Triathlon

Wednesday 15 Apr 2015 Jessi Stensland
11045325_836150786468070_8660503337038089633_o One of my favorite triathlons I've done hands down.  Small town vibe, amazing calm clear blue water for the swim, 99% of the bike and run was on singletrack and a finish on the main street of the town I've been calling home.  The ice cold mobile sponge baths on the run were icing on the cake!!  Won the ladies division...simply felt great and glad to be a part of the community.  Managed an "a cachete" (ah kah-cheh-teh) to my Costa Rican buddy Juan Carlos as we passed on the course who taught me the slang street phrase, meaning "con todo" or well stocked, but similar to saying “belly full.” As he explained it, all is good and we've got all we need, nothing more...just about right for that moment.  Hard work on the hills but so satisfying and fantastic. My favorite quote of the day came from Charles Brewer the founder of this new town of Las Catalinas, who also did the triathlon, winning his age group: "I think this is the greatest day in Las Catalinas history," he said as he glanced...

Hello from Squamish BC Canada!

Thursday 01 May 2014 Jessi Stensland
IMG_0495 Landed in Squamish! and other than what I'd been hearing from a couple of key friends about how great this place is and of course knowing it's close proximity to Whistler...I didn't know what I was in for. It was made clear upon arrival.  Boulder has its Flatirons...Squamish has THE CHIEF...AND the sea...and old gorgeous green old growth forests...               I've only been driven by the MTB trails as my shoes seem to have been left behind in Boulder, but should be here shortly.  They seem INSANE and INNUMERABLE...more on that later. In the meantime - keep Squamish on your adventure destination list.  It truly is Canada's Outdoor Recreation Capital.  

Dynamic Warm-Ups Make You Stronger, Faster

Wednesday 24 Apr 2013 Jessi Stensland
Came across a recent article from Competitor Magazine based, in part, on an interview I did with them on the subject a while back. Bobby McGee and Bob Seebohar also offer their thoughts. Well written. It begins... "You know you’re supposed to warm up your muscles and joints before you head out for a run. But did you ever consider that the way you perform that warmup could be hurting, not helping, your run? It’s true. New research supports what many respected coaches have known for years: The preferable pre-run warmup should include movements that are designed to activate and elongate your muscles." Click here to link to the article and read more.

Colorado a success! NJ, Boston, Chicago next!

Monday 19 Mar 2012 Jessi Stensland
Upload.jpg.scaled1000 MovementU's Spring Tour is in full swing.  This past weekend we were creating speed, sustainability and smiles for a great crew in Colorado (below.) MovementU hits New Jersey on March 24th, Boston April 1st and Chicago April 14th.  Join us!!  www.movementu.com


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Baldellou and Cheethman win Challenge Salou

Monday 30 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

More than 1,100 participants raced in the second edition of PortAventura World CHALLENGE SALOU under a blazing sun that physically tested all athletes. Some thirty paricipants were forced to withdraw from the swim leg due to strong waves. Despite the difficult conditions most athletes continued to power through the swim leg with the first triathlete out of the water being Olympian Xavier Llobet followed by Iñaki Baldellou and Hungarian Balazs Csoke. more

McMahon, Lyles Smash Records at IRONMAN S. American Champs

McMahon, Lyles Smash Records at IRONMAN S. American Champs

Monday 30 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Brent McMahon recorded the second fastest IRONMAN in history while Liz Lyles cruised to the win and course record. On a day plagued by tough weather conditions, both the men's and women's champions broke course records; Canadian Brent McMahon's winning time was only 12 seconds off of the current IRONMAN record. more

Contenders Flock to Brazil

Contenders Flock to Brazil

Friday 27 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

The IRONMAN South American Championship, Brazil, is a runner's race on both sides of the competition. A country that is crazy about triathlon and a city that has been host to some incredible racing over the years—the IRONMAN South American Championship, Brazil, in Florianopolis is bound to be a tight race across the board with two talented fields racing for automatic Kona spots and a piece of the $150,000 prize purse. more

McMahon and Gomez - different distance, same goal

McMahon and Gomez - different distance, same goal

Thursday 26 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Brent McMahon is once again on the hunt for a speedy finish and a title at the Ironman South American Championship Brazil. The Canadian with the fastest Ironman debut time recorded a sub-8 hour third place last year in Florianopolis, and he is back to win. more

Bahrain Endurance silver lining weekend

Bahrain Endurance silver lining weekend

Wednesday 25 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Jan Frodeno stamped his ticket to Kona with a second place finish at Ironman Lanzarote on Sunday. The current Ironman World Champion led out of the swim, but a helmet malfunction in transition delayed his entry onto the bike course. With the day’s second fastest bike split, Frodeno once again put himself into position to win, taking to the front at five kilometers into the marathon. It was only in the last third of the run leg that eventual winner Jesse Thomas took the lead and then the win. more

8 Tips from a Pro on the Rise

Monday 30 May 2016
French professional Antony ''The Tiger'' Costes is on an IRONMAN learning curve. Apply his rookie strategies to your own training and racing.

Photos: 2016 Ironman South American Championship Brazil Age Groupers

Tuesday 31 May 2016 Triathlete.com
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IRONMAN Training in the C-Suite: Kevin Cleary's Balancing Act

Tuesday 31 May 2016
Kevin Cleary CLIF CEO The CEO of CLIF walks the talk. Learn how he fits it all in, while enjoying every minute.

A few Roth Numbers

Tuesday 31 May 2016 Admin
Challenge Media | Pic Getty Images As DATEV Challenge Roth heads towards its 15th anniversary on 17 July, it has released some notable data in its participation numbers, showing significant growth from key international markets with 72 nations represented in total. The largest increase reflects Asia’s status as an important growth region for triathlon. Last year, just one Thai athlete took part in Challenge Roth, this year there are 39 – a huge growth on a percentage basis. The trend is reflected throughout Asia – Singapore participation is up 133% and China by 80%. In the west, the USA has increased 71%, rising from 92 to 157 athletes who are making the trip across the Atlantic as are Mexican athletes whose numbers have increased by 800%. In the east, Russia has grown by 86% while from Europe so have Portugal (267%) and Norway (1,000%). Further afield, distance is no barrier to the greatest triathlon in the world with entries from New Zealand increasing by 76%. Finally, 2016...

The Crank #111

Tuesday 31 May 2016 Admin
Screen Shot 2016-05-31 at 8.27.13 PM It is pretty hard to look beyond what was achieved in Brazil this weekend. Brent McMahon was brilliant there and showed what is capable when an athlete strings together the near perfect race. Hitting a 2:42 off a 4:11 bike ride is pretty special. Not often you clock an 8:04 at an Ironman and come second. When you think of how fast that time is and then realise that Tim Don was beaten by some 18 minutes you kind of scratch your head. Liz Lyles too is a super solid performer. She is patient and calculated and wins big when it matters. 27 women were listed on the start list of Ironman Brazil. 13 started. Any wonder race previews are works of fiction. Curious to see that the man who challenged the entire Asia Pacific cohort to race in Cairns is a no show. Some bold statements for sure pre race unfortunately we won’t get to see Jeff Symonds walk the walk. We recently talked about the social media bar raising work by Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf for what they bring to the mainstream. Case in...

IMTX 2016: We All Get Stopped

Monday 30 May 2016 Admin
Texas IM 2016 (9) (Medium) Ironman Texas 2016: The Race that Didn’t Want to Happen. But we, as humans, triathletes, and Ironpeople…we were determined to make it happen. First it was the bike course that we didn’t have finalized, but then two weeks out, we did! Next it was the water in the lake; high E. Coli levels forced a change of course only 2 days before the event. No worries. Lake Woodlands was the perfect size for an out and back swim course, and nixing the poop canal was no problem. The gun sounded on a beautiful race morning, and all went off without a hitch. Despite some fog on the swim, the adjusted course was great. We had to make some turns on the bike, but I along with many others quite enjoyed the new route. And the run. What can go wrong there? Ah yes, Mother Nature…she can always strike! And that she did; throwing an unbelievable storm complete with hail, lightening and torrential rains on the final hours of the race. I was fortunate to be safe in the car, driving back to the hotel with Derick...

Kona 2015 + the roller coaster ride to get there

Wednesday 30 Dec 2015 Britta Martin
I know, I haven’t written a blog for a very long time, but the approaching of the end of the year is always a good time to look back and reflect. For me, it is not just the end of 2015, but the end of a two year project. For the last two years, I have had one goal in my mind and that was qualifying for Hawaii and having my best possible race there. [...] The post Kona 2015 + the roller coaster ride to get there appeared first on Britta Martin.

‘Kona’ – The day before the biggest day of your life…

Saturday 12 Oct 2013 Britta Martin
The day before the biggest race of your life. More thoughts from the No. 1 supporter. It is 8:05am; Britta and I are out for one last spin, the day before the biggest triathlon on the planet. We are stopped at the traffic lights on the corner of Palani Road and the Queen Ka’Ahumanu highway, surely the most famous crossroad in triathlon. Behind me I can hear Britta chirp into conversation: Middle [...] The post ‘Kona’ – The day before the biggest day of your life… appeared first on Britta Martin.

The other side – A supporter’s view leading up to Ironman Sweden.

Saturday 17 Aug 2013 Britta Martin
Cheer up Sweden! For a country with so much to be joyful about the locals here in Kalmar sure are looking a bit glum. Maybe it is the high tax rate or the thought that a long dark winter is fast approaching. Volvo, Abba, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Pippi Longstocking, Ikea, Absolut Vodka, The Nobel Prize, and let’s not forget, the Swedish Chef from the Muppet Show! Surely these are a few things [...] The post The other side – A supporter’s view leading up to Ironman Sweden. appeared first on Britta Martin.

Ironman Melbourne

Monday 01 Apr 2013 Britta Martin
Finally, here is my Ironman Melbourne update. Sorry it took a bit longer, but it took a while to get my head around what happened in the race. I am still very disappointed with the result, but I will try to move on and focus on the positive parts of the race. I didn’t have a very good build up to this race. I developed an injury at the beginning of January. I could swim [...] The post Ironman Melbourne appeared first on Britta Martin.

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