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Extrememan Nagyatad

Nagyatad, Hungary

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Jul

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Berlin Triathlon XL

Berlin, Germany

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Xman xxx

Exmoor National Park, United Kingdom

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Slovakman 226

Pieštany, Slovakia

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Norseman Xtreme

Geilo, Norway

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Thor Beach triathlon

Thorsminde, Denmark

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The Anglian

Cromer, United Kingdom

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Coastman

Tjeldstø, Norway

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Ostseeman

Glucksburg, Germany

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the Immortal

Oxford, United Kingdom

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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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Ironman Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Ironman Coeur d'Alene

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States

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Ironman Mont Tremblant

Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

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Ironman Vichy

Vichy, France

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Ironman Weymouth UK

Weymouth, United Kingdom

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Ironman Wisconsin

Madison, Wisconsin, United States

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Alpe d'Huez

Alpe d'Huez, Huez, France

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AronaMen

Arona, Italy

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Chinook Half

Calgary, Canada

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Challenge Fredericia

Fredericia, Denmark

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TOUGHMAN Chile

Antofagasta, Chile

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Doksyman

Doksy, Czech Republic

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Rev3 Pocono

Pocono Mnts, PA, United States

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AXtri

Aurlandsvangen, Norway

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Challenge Iskandar Puteri

Nusajaya, Malaysia

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Beyond the Horizon

Grand Lake, CO, United States

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70.3 Budapest

Budapest, Hungary

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70.3 Ecuador

Manta, Ecuador

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70.3 Otepaa

Otepää, Estonia

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70.3 Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

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70.3 Philippines

Cebu, Philippines

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70.3 Gdynia

Gdynia, Poland

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70.3 Steelhead

Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States

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70.3 European Championship

Wiesbaden, Germany

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70.3 Chungju

Chungju, Korea, Republic of

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70.3 Ohio

Delaware, Ohio, United States

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Ironman Vineman who will be the pick of the crop ?

Ironman Vineman who will be the pick of the crop ?

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

One of the prettiest and most popular races on the circuit, IRONMAN Vineman offers a unique blend of pinot and PR's. The Continental United States' oldest full-distance event, the IRONMAN Vineman triathlon has been a California classic for decades. The experience which Vineman athletes have will be unmatched, as they swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles through beautiful Sonoma County's wine country. more

Athlete’s ready to do Battle at 70.3 Budapest

Athlete’s ready to do Battle at 70.3 Budapest

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

One of the world's most beautiful capital cities makes its mark on the global triathlon map. The spine of the race course is the Blue Ribbon of Europe, the river Danube, which runs along the Buda hills and the Palace District. Crossing the world famous Chain Bridge, you will pass by the most spectacular sights of the city - offering a sightseeing adventure like non the city, nor IRONMAN competitors, have seen before more

Thursday is Long Course at Alpe d'Huez

Thursday is Long Course at Alpe d'Huez

Wednesday 27 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

The Long distance EDF Alpe d'Huez Triathlon takes place in an exceptional setting and over a unique course! It is unique because the swimming event takes place in the crystal waters of the Lac du Verney, accessible to swimmers only during the Triathlon. Exceptionally, thanks to the authorisation of EDF, a partner in the competition, competitors will have the privilege of swimming in clear waters, at an altitude of 700 m, more

Denis Sketako & Ewa Bugdol ETU European Champions Long Distance

Denis Sketako & Ewa Bugdol ETU European Champions Long Distance

Monday 25 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

European Championships in Poznan will definitely go down in history as one of the most exciting. Nobody could be sure who was going to win the first place and the fans were supporting loudly the triathletes along the entire route. The European Champions were finalny Denis Sketako from Slovenia and Ewa Bugdol from Poland. more

Potts Unbeatable in Canada

Potts Unbeatable in Canada

Monday 25 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

Andy Potts put the hammer down on the swim and bike and then cruised the run for a well executed race plan at the Subaru IRONMAN Canada. Andy Potts (USA) put his swim prowess to good use in Alta Lake as his 47:03 swim clocking had him run into T1 with advantages of 2:47 to 3:06 on Trevor Wurtele (CAN), Pedro Gomes (PRT), Mike Aigroz (CHE), Maik Twelsiek (DEU) and Elliot Holthan (CAN). more

ITU to combat bike doping

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 Admin
ITU Media | Pic triathlon.org The International Triathlon Union (ITU) today announced it has licensed the UCI’s technological fraud software to combat mechanical cheating in all events that appear on the international triathlon calendar. “ITU is committed to providing a fair competition for athletes,” said ITU President and IOC Member Marisol Casado. “This software will allow ITU, our National Federations and Continental Confederations, as well as other triathlon event companies to minimize the possibility of foul play.” This week, 12 ITU Technical Officials, including five ITU staff members, received training from Mark Barfield, the Technical Manager of the International Cycling Union (UCI), on the proper use of the software, which ITU will begin using at any approaching international event. “The course was really useful for us in learning not only how to use the equipment properly, but also the science behind it,” said ITU Sport Director Gergely Markus. “I feel that the course...

A Look At Finis’ New Edge Fins

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 Jené Shaw
Propulsive power meets a natural feel in these new fins from Finis.  Choosing the right pair of fins can mean deciding between too much propulsion or an unnatural kick, but Finis’ new Edge fins strike the right balance. The ergonomic silicone fins are propulsive enough to power you through kick sets while still challenging your key kicking muscles needed for an efficient freestyle stroke. While a lot of fins hold your foot in with a full heel cup, the Edge simply straps around the back of your ankle for a comfy, flexible fit. Finis conducted extensive testing to determine the right blade angle that wouldn’t interfere with the kick, and this design feels incredibly natural in the water. Vents direct water flow in a streamlined way to avoid drag while propelling you across the pool. We loved the open toe design that doesn’t suffocate your feet or impede on any potential blisters from running. Just because the fins assist with propulsion doesn’t mean you’re not working hard—you can...

Recipe Of The Week: Yellowtail Tacos

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 Triathlete.com
When you have an ingredient as fresh as yellowtail or ahi tuna, it’s best to keep it simple and let it speak for itself. Fresh cilantro, a schmear of avocado, and an easy slaw are all you need for a light summer’s meal. Ingredients Serves 4 8 thick corn tortillas* 20-24 oz fresh yellowtail or ahi tuna steaks ½ cup shredded green cabbage ½ cup shredded red cabbage ½ cup shredded/grated jicama 2 TBSP gourmet mayonnaise** 2 TBSP fresh lime juice 2 small avocados 1 heaping cup fresh cilantro leaves, roughly torn canola oil, salt, pepper (for cooking the tuna) *Look for specialty brand or locally made tortillas for a more authentic flavor. **Check your specialty grocer for gourmet-homemade mayonnaise brand. You won’t go back to a mass-produced brands… ever. RELATED RECIPE: Napa Cabbage, Grapefruit And Avocado Salad With Seared Tuna Preparation 1. In a bowl, toss together the cabbages, jicama, mayonnaise and lime juice. Set aside. 2. Using a gas stove, heat two burners to medium-high and...

10 Triathlon Training Schedule Time Savers

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 Admin
🙂 Text By Ben Greenfield | Pic Getty Images But regardless of which triathlon training schedule you use, there are 10 crucial time-saving elements you need to be looking for, if you don’t want to waste time training when you could be kissing up to your boss, wasting time on YouTube, or teaching your kids how to make offensive sounds with their armpits. So in no particular order of importance (except that the first one is about food, which I find myself thinking about a lot as a self-admitted food junkie), here are your 10 triathlon training schedule time savers: 10. Eat Lunch Fast. Taking 5 minutes to eat your lunch will leave, in most cases, 55 extra minutes in your triathlon training schedule. So what takes a long time to eat? Salads, casseroles, dinner leftovers – and pretty much anything that requires cutlery. Choose these instead: wraps, sandwiches, smoothies and shakes. And yes, I am that guy riding my bicycle down the road as I finish up a turkey-avocado wrap that...

Tri 101: Control Your Bike With Confidence

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 Paul Moore
Knowing how to ride a bike is one thing, but having the ability to comfortably and safely share the road with other cyclists at a race like a triathlon requires another level of skill all together. These basic handling techniques will help you enjoy the transition from bike rider to full-blown cyclist, and, as an added bonus, can help save a little time on race day. Hold a straight line Whether riding on an open road or in a race, always look over your shoulder before swinging from one side of the road to the other. Before carving through a corner, always check your blind spot, especially in a race since the noise created by fellow cyclists isn’t always enough to alert you of their presence. Braking Despite the chorus of concerned mothers teaching their children not to use the front brake, lest they flip over their handlebars, relying primarily on the front brake is the best way to slow your bike. It’s substantially more powerful than the rear. Don’t be afraid to squeeze the front...

MVA Racing: the last four years

Tuesday 17 Sep 2013 Noreply@blogger.com (MarkyV)
Over these first four years of devoting myself solely to coaching (still working on getting back to my own racing tho) I've been very fortunate to have had the chance to work with a multitude of talented, driven athletes.  This has resulted in 24 athletes having qualified for the big hula dance in that time and three podium appearances and umeke bowls.  While that seems to be the standard that so many set as the goal to be obtained the fulfillment that I've gotten from it all is far more.  It's the daily interactions with my athletes both locally and around the globe.  The curiosity they have towards self improvement, the elation they experience when success is found and seeing the fruits of their labour laid out before them after a great race.  Having the chance to make a change in people's lives to improve them, to help them achieve their athletic ambitions but also to help them view the world through a different lens.  There's a reason I say my work is...

What I’ve Learned Wednesday: Hard Work Matters

Wednesday 27 Jul 2016 Admin
20150803_175725 One of the many things I love about endurance training is the time we have to ourselves. Time to feel our body working hard, enjoy the environment around us and let our thoughts wander in and out. Today while riding long, I was thinking about the process. We all work hard; but I know for me, there are times I feel more motivated than others. This year has been challenging as it hasn’t been a smooth ‘flow’ of train-race-recover-repeat.  When the body doesn’t fully cooperate, it’s easy to lose some motivation. However, I often find that it’s during times of adversity and setbacks that I’m forced to ask myself why I’m doing it, why it matters, and how much I’m willing to do to get back to where I want to be. Call me crazy but, I tend to embrace these challenges as much as a hard session or a competition. So, my epiphany of today was this. Hard Work Matters. The process matters. How many times have you put in months of work only to get to race day and fall flat? And you’re left thinking...

8X IRONMAN Champion Luke McKenzie Joins Gatorade Endurance Team

Monday 14 Mar 2016 Luke McKenzie
Luke McKenzie and Beth Gerdes test at GSSI in Barrington Illinois Luke McKenzie testing at GSSI in Barrington Illinois March 14th, 2016 Sports Fuel Company to Help Pro Triathlete Improve Fueling for Races CHICAGO, Illinois – March 14, 2016 – Gatorade Endurance announced the signing of eight-time IRONMAN® Champion, Luke McKenzie, to its official athlete roster. McKenzie, one of the leading professional triathletes in long-distance triathlon, is joined by partner and IRONMAN® Champion, Beth Gerdes, who joined the team late in 2015 before the IRONMAN® World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. “After a disappointing race in Kona in 2015, it’s a priority for me to get my fueling and hydration right for this season and beyond,” said McKenzie. “I’m excited to work closely with Gatorade Endurance and the Gatorade Sports Science Institute to learn how to adjust my sports nutrition plan so I can set myself further apart from my competitors.” “Luke McKenzie is one of the most respected athletes in the endurance community,” said Jeff Kearney, Head of Gatorade...

Expectations, Integrity, & Necessity

Wednesday 29 Jun 2016 Admin
20151012_153819_resized I often find when I’m struggling to digest my feelings after a race, it’s best to write and just be honest; with myself and with the world of my friends, family and fellow tri-people. It seems in this world we live in, we love to broadcast of all the great; social media allows us to put out the persona we choose, to make our life look to be ‘something’ that it may or may not be. But we often post what is appealing, positive, and feel-good inducing. I tend to prefer to talk to people personally, and I like to communicate what is “real” as much as possible. I went into Coeur d’Alene 70.3 somewhat haphazard; not in my lack of wanting to perform well, but in my preparations. Some of this was due to extenuating circumstances, but some by choice. I took a good rest after Ironman Texas which was needed. I got back into training but did so in a relaxed manner, still dealing with some foot pain. At times I opted to ride with friends rather than hammer alone for hours on end. It was fun. We...

Mont Tremblant 70.3 2016

Thursday 30 Jun 2016 Lsanderstri
Swim Start Mont Tremblant holds a special place in my heart. This is where I started to truly believe that I could compete with the best in the world, after finishing fourth at the 70.3 World Championships behind Javier Gomez, Jan Frodeno and Tim Don. It also happens to be where Erin did her first Ironman, and where my mom did her first full Ironman (after finishing the swim cancelled Ironman Florida in 2014). My mom, Erin and myself were all competing again this year in the 70.3, so it was sure to be a memorable experience. I put in four solid training blocks after St. George. My training blocks look like this: Day 1: Hard Day 2: Easy Day 3: Hard Day 4: Easy with long run Day 5: Brick Day 6: Easy with long bike Day 7: Hard Day 8: Active recovery Day 9: Off Day 10: Active recovery I will say, I did not give the active recovery days enough respect after the first two blocks. I went to bed late, woke up early, and did not hydrate / replenish nutrients adequately. By the third block I was feeling...

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