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HITS Napa Valley

Napa Valley, CA, United States

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Strongman

Miyakojima, Okinawa, Japan

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Marble Falls, TX, United States

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Wasserstadt Triathlon

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Balatonfured, Hungary

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Ironman South Africa

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Ironman Florianopolis

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Challenge Bateman's Bay

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Sevilla, Spain

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Challenge Taiwan

Taitung City, Taiwan, China

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Canary Islands, Spain

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Elche, Spain

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Malaga, Spain

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Trapani, Sicily, Italy

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California, United States

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Lisboa International Triathlon

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70.3 Texas

Galveston Island, Texas, United States

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St. George Utah, United States

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Western Australia, Australia

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Akerson, Paterson win XTERRA Costa Rica

Akerson, Paterson win XTERRA Costa Rica

Monday 30 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Rom Akerson and Lesley Paterson captured the XTERRA Costa Rica Championship crowns on a hot day at Playa Conchal on Sunday. In the men’s race Akerson, the hometown favorite, had the fastest bike split of the day and held off a hard-charging Josiah Middaugh on the run to take the tape in 2:19:04. more

Swallow and Van Lierde Capture African Championship

Swallow and Van Lierde Capture African Championship

Monday 30 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Frederik Van Lierde and Jodie Swallow dominated the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship. After leading the swim, an uncharacteristically circumspect display on the bike and measured run saw Britain's Jodie Swallow, achieve an emotional victory at the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship. Earlier, Belgium’s Frederik Van Lierde put in a display which underlined his championship credentials as he slipped through the gears to get stronger as his race wore on, taking the title of IRONMAN more

Brownlee brilliance delivers Auckland win

Brownlee brilliance delivers Auckland win

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Great Britian’s Jonathan Brownlee was determined to not take another ITU World Triathlon Auckland silver medal on Sunday as he produced a breakout run to earn him his first WTS title of the season. His four-lap run went uncontested as he out-ran the reigning WTS Auckland champion Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) who took the second-podium spot. For Frenchman Pierre Le Corre it was a career best result for bronze and just reward for a great race. more

Appleton, van Vlerken superb at Challenge Bateman’s Bay

Appleton, van Vlerken superb at Challenge Bateman’s Bay

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Yvonne van Vlerken (NED) has backed up after a second place in Melbourne just two weeks ago to outsprint Liz Blatchford (GBR) and Mary Beth Ellis (USA) to win Challenge Bateman’s Bay from a world class field. Australian Sam Appleton continues to impress as he led from the front to grab his first win of the season in commanding style from Peter Robertson (AUS) and Per Bittner (DEU). more

Gwen Jogensen secures first WTS Auckland win

Gwen Jogensen secures first WTS Auckland win

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

American Gwen Jorgensen finally got a long awaited win at the 2015 World Triathlon Series in Auckland on Sunday after three attempts. The victory rocketed the American to 10 WTS wins and cemented her place at the top of the Threedneedle leader board after her win in Abu Dhabi. more

Swallow and Van Lierde Capture African Championship

Sunday 29 Mar 2015
Jodie Swallow leads the way at the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship. Photo: Christopher Hitchcock Frederik Van Lierde and Jodie Swallow dominated the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship.

Ironman South Africa 2015 – Analyzing Results

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Thorsten
Conditions on Race Day After the course changes in 2014, we’ve had very similar conditions this year: An adjustment of -15:21 compared to -15:12 this year indicates a very slow course, mainly because of a pretty hard bike. From what I’ve heard, the wind was again blowing from an Easterly direction making the bike harder. Maybe we’ll have a different direction next year, possibly making the course a bit faster. Male Race Results Fredrik Van Lierde put up a clinic: After a solid swim he posted a fast bike ride (more than 11 minutes quicker than the second fastest by his country man Bart Aeronauts), followed by a sub-2:50 marathon without any pressure on him. He won by almost 15 minutes in front of Ivan Rana who posted the fastest run. Bart Aernouts didn’t quite find his speedy run legs, but was able to secure his Kona slot finishing third. Matt Trautmann ran through the field to claim fourth place, while Eneko Llanos had to settle for fifth place. Rank...

Van Lierde, Swallow On Top At Ironman African Championships

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Liz Hichens
Belgium’s Frederik Van Lierde and Great Britain’s Jodie Swallow earned the victories at today’s Ironman African Championships in South Africa. The Ironman African Championships served as the second of five championship-level Ironmans for the 2015 season. In a new-for-2015 twist, each of these races offer guaranteed Kona slots to both the male and female winners. With a high offering of Kona Pro Ranking points available—and the potential to earn a locked-up Kona slot—several big names made the start in Sunday’s South Africa race. Ultimately it was two athletes who already had a solid grasp on a Kona slot that took the victories. Van Lierde (who as the 2013 Ironman world champion simply needed to validate to get to Kona) turned in a monster effort on the bike and backed it up with a solid marathon to take the men’s win, while Swallow (who finished fourth in Kona last year, giving her a wealth of KPR points) turned in a stellar all-around effort to earn the...

Jorgensen & Brownlee Win ITU World Triathlon Auckland

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Tjnick
itu-nzl-jorgensen-15.jpg America's Gwen Jorgensen and Great Britian's Jonathan Brownlee finally get a win in New Zealand at the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series in Auckland . The win gives Jorgensen gets her 10th WTS victory. Jorgensen emerged from the water with a 40-second deficit but her effort on the early laps catapulted her into the lead group and she was able to remain their for the entire 40km --giving her the time to push ahead early in her signature strong run. Crossing the finish-line at 2:09:04 with a lead of over 90 seconds, she earned her second gold of the year and granted her the rights to an early perfect 2015 WTS season. "I really wanted to be with the leaders in T2 so I am really happy that I was able to do that. I was able to execute with my run today but my main goal is to keep with front pack during the bike," said Jorgensen. Mile temperatures and sunny conditions saw a group of about nine, which was headed by Jessica Learmonth (GBR) and Carolina Routier (ESP), lead out of the swim...

Jonathan Brownlee Back On Top At WTS Auckland

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Triathlete.com
Photo: Triathlon.orgFollowing a less than perfect start to his 2015 season Jonathan Brownlee turned in a master-class performance over the tough and hilly course. Read the recap from Triathlon.org below. Great Britian’s Jonathan Brownlee finally ended the reign of Spain’s Javier Gomez  in Auckland today at the 2015 World Triathlon Series. Brownlee had not beaten Gomez on three previous occasions and he was not to be denied a fourth time. A career-best performance from Pierre Le Corre (FRA) saw him grab his first WTS podium. Remaining one of the athletes to beat throughout the entirety of the New Zealand course, Brownlee proved his gold-medal worth once foot hit the pavement and he secured a healthy gap that brought him into the finish-line. Adding a 10-second lead after each of the four-lap 10-kilometer run, he took home the top podium position with a time of 1:55:26. “It was great to win today, first World Series event that I have won in a while. In Abu Dhabi I made a lot of...

2015 Oceanside 70.3 Race Report

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Jesse Thomas
Yoooooooooooooooooo Crazy Ass Fans! So I raced Oceanside 70.3 yesterday. Here’s what happened: Swam like a donkey. Rode like a horse. Ran like a really tired human being. Overall, I’m very happy with a 5th place finish in a stacked field. It was a great start to the year and a real confidence builder after . . . → Read More: 2015 Oceanside 70.3 Race Report

2015 Oceanside 70.3 Race Report

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Jesse Thomas
Yoooooooooooooooooo Crazy Ass Fans! So I raced Oceanside 70.3 yesterday. Here’s what happened: Swam like a donkey. Rode like a horse. Ran like a really tired human being. Overall, I’m very happy with a 5th place finish in a stacked field. It was a great start to the year and a real confidence builder after . . . → Read More: 2015 Oceanside 70.3 Race Report

Quick Q&A with Grant

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Tim
maxresdefault I thought it would be interesting to get a coach’s perspective on the athlete/coach relationship, so I’ve grabbed the microphone, put on the interviewer hat and asked my coach, Grant ‘Gilesy’ Giles, some hard-hitting questions about coaching in general and coaching me in particular. TB: So Grant, coach of Tim Van Berkel and Director of the Aeromax Team, welcome to this interview. Are you ready to go deep? GG: Fire away! TB: The athlete/coach relationship develops over time. Can you tell us how your relationship with Tim has changed through the nine years you’ve been together? GG: It’s evolved from working on everything to working a lot more selectively on what needs to improve in the moment to move the whole thing forward. For a younger athlete it’s about building the platform to create a stable and consistent athlete. Once that’s achieved, like it is with Tim, at 30, then I look a lot more at what we need to get him to do not just to be consistent, but to place in world-class...

Anatomy of an athlete/coach relationship

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Tim
220-triathlon-front-cover-March-2015 Get it right and it can be an athlete’s greatest asset, get it wrong and it can have the destructive power of a marriage made in hell, with the details splashed all over the media. I’m talking about the relationship that an athlete has with their coach. This is a follow-on piece from my recent article in 220 Triathlon where I talk about the importance of the athlete-coach relationship. If you are like me you’ll probably want to subscribe and read the whole magazine on your iPad.   For me personally, my relationship with Gilesy (Grant Giles) has been a long-term partnership, now 9 years, and definitely worth moving across the country for. I started working with Gilesy as a fresh-faced 21 year old. Over those years our relationship has changed and developed, but it continues to give me a competitive edge. The Key to Success A Canadian study, conducted after the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, interviewed 27 elite athletes and 30 coaches about the factors that they believed...

Ironman Melbourne - Asia Pacific Championship

Thursday 19 Mar 2015
Picture photo by witsup.com    1st   -   8:52:51   swim   -   54:44 (7th)   bike     -   4:48:01 (5th)   run      -   3:06:32 (2nd) photo by Joanne Baxas I'm not sure how many times I visualized just how my race in Melbourne would pan out but every time it had me crossing the line first with a huge smile on my face. It wasn't just the finish line that I imagined. I went through my entire race section by section. My final visualisations were what I thought would be conservative. In brief, I'd have a decent swim exiting the water around 3min behind the leaders. I'd get off the bike with a 5min deficit. In past races with long bike legs, I've always hammered the first half of the bike to try get to the lead ASAP but this time I really wanted to conserve a little energy to have a good run. And then for the run I had strict instructions from Jared to run no faster than low 4's (4min/km). "4:0-...

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