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Challenge Taiwan

Taitung City, Taiwan, China

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Strongman

Miyakojima, Okinawa, Japan

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PhisioMan

Tirrenia, Pisa, Italy

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HITS Marble Falls

Marble Falls, TX, United States

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Ironcat

I`Ampolla, Spain

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Hits Grand Junction

Grand Junction, CO, United States

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Enduroman

Avon Tyrrell, Hampshire, United Kingdom

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City to Summit

Edinburgh to Ben Nevis, United Kingdom

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Wasserstadt Triathlon

Hannover-Limmer, Germany

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Enduroman UK

Avon Tryrrel, Hampshire, United Kingdom

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Ironman Australia

Port Macquarie, Australia

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Ironman Texas

The Woodlands, Texas, United States

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Ironman Lanzarote

Canary Islands, Spain

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Ironman Brazil

Florianopolis, Brazil

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Ironman Cairns

Cairns, Australia

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Ironman Austria

Klagenfurt, Austria

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Ironman France

Nice, France

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Ironman Coeur d'Alene

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States

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Ironman European Championship

Frankfurt, Germany

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Ironman UK

Bolton,, United Kingdom

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Challenge Taiwan

Taitung City, Taiwan, China

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Arenales 113

Elche, Spain

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Challenge Fuerteventura

Canary Islands, Spain

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ICAN Malaga

Malaga, Spain

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TrapaniMan 113

Trapani, Sicily, Italy

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Lisboa International Triathlon

Lisboa, Portugal

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Wildflower

California, United States

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Challenge Rimini

Rimini, Italy

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Kiev, Ukraine

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Extreme Man 113

Salou, Spain

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70.3 St. George

St. George Utah, United States

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70.3 Busselton

Western Australia, Australia

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70.3 St. Croix

St. Croix, Virgin Islands, U.s.

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70.3 Mallorca

Mallorca, Spain

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70.3 Pays d'Aix

Aix-en-Provence, France

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70.3 Austria

St. Pölten/Vienna, Austria

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70.3 Hawaii

Kohala Coast, Hawaii, United States

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70.3 Switzerland

Lake of Zurich, Switzerland

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70.3 Japan

Tokoname, Japan

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70.3 Raleigh

Raleigh,NC, United States

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Challenge Roth announces strongest pro field

Challenge Roth announces strongest pro field

Thursday 17 Apr 2014 [Triathlon News]

On 20 July Challenge Roth will celebrate “30 Years of Triathlon in Roth” with the strongest field of pro athletes ever seen at the world’s largest long distance triathlon, joined by 5,500 age group and watched by 220,000 spectators. more

Helle Frederiksen, San Juan 70.3; Giving Our Best Matters

Helle Frederiksen, San Juan 70.3; Giving Our Best Matters

Thursday 17 Apr 2014 [Triathlon News]

So Ironman 70.3 San Juan has been and gone. Back-to-back champion and it feels great. Puerto Rico and that town of San Juan is a special place, filled with special people and a great race atmosphere. I highly recommend this race for atmosphere alone. more

Ironman Announce Ironman Taiwan

Ironman Announce Ironman Taiwan

Wednesday 16 Apr 2014 [Triathlon News]

The inaugural IRONMAN Taiwan will be hosted throughout the stunning Kenting region on April 12, 2015. IRONMAN Taiwan will be hosted throughout the stunning Kenting region. Located to the south, Kenting has not only become a major triathlon destination in Taiwan but also provides a vacation paradise for families and couples alike. Kenting will welcome athletes for its first IRONMAN race with full support from the government and the local community. more

1st Class Field for 70.3 Busselton

1st Class Field for 70.3 Busselton

Wednesday 16 Apr 2014 [Triathlon News]

A string of world class names are set to line up at SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Busselton on Saturday 3rd May 2014. “The men’s field is the strongest we have ever had at SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Busselton and one of the largest in the Australia for the 2013/2014 season” said Ashleigh Davis, Event Manager for Triathlon WA. The field is ripe with previous winners of this event, Olympic Athletes, multiple Ironman champions and up and coming professional athletes. In total 42 professional athletes will toe t more

Andrew Starykowicz, 70.3 San Juan Champion-Again

Andrew Starykowicz, 70.3 San Juan Champion-Again

Wednesday 16 Apr 2014 [Triathlon News]

Yes, we all have highs and lows, what goes up must go down. So when I returned to San Juan, Puerto Rico last week I knew there was only one place to go after winning last year, defend my title and be complacent or lose and nothing is more hateful to this American! more

Exciting week for the Ironman Lottery and Legacy entrants for the 2014 Hawaii Ironman Championships

Thursday 17 Apr 2014 Trizone
IRONMAN UNVEILS 2014 LOTTERY AND LEGACY WINNERS Time-Honored Tradition Sends Diverse, International Field of Athletes to Kona   TAMPA, Fla. (April 15, 2014) – IRONMAN today announced the 100 age-group athletes who have earned a chance to race at the 2014 IRONMAN® World Championship presented by GoPro through the IRONMAN® Legacy program, and the lucky 100 age-group athletes and five physically challenged age-group athletes from across the globe who won their ticket into Kona through the IRONMAN® Lottery program. Granting loyal IRONMAN athletes an opportunity to compete at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i in October, this year’s IRONMAN® Legacy program competitors hail from 20 different countries with more than half (55 out of 100) of the athletes residing outside of the United States, including 14 athletes from Australia, eight from Great Britain and seven from both Canada and Germany. With this year’s athletes ranging in age from 24 to 64 and representing 17...

Josh Amberger signs multi-year deal with Instinct Sports Nutrition

Thursday 17 Apr 2014 Trizone
Josh Amberger's new fuel BPM Athlete Management (“BAM”) is pleased to announce the signing of a new sponsorship agreement with Instinct Sports Nutrition for professional triathlete Joshua Amberger. The multi-year deal has been signed following a number of strong international seasons for Amberger that include numerous wins and podium finishes in 70.3 and 5150 events globally. Josh will be using Instinct’s small but focussed product line for training, racing and recovery. The line consists of energy gels, a hydration formula and brown rice protein supplement. Josh warmed to the products very quickly. Josh Amberger’s new fuel “I take nutrition very seriously”, he said. “I was happy with the product I was previously using and thought of it as a benchmark as such. I was reluctant to try Instinct at first, but I’ve had my expectations readjusted after switching over.” Josh believes that the nutrition component of training and racing is just as crucial as the training itself. “After feeling the superiority of...

Australian triathlon team announced for Glasgow Commonwealth Games

Thursday 17 Apr 2014 Admin
Ashleigh Gentle Ian Hansen Olympians Emma Moffatt and Emma Jackson and a new breed of men will spearhead a six-strong triathlon team announced on the Gold Coast today by the Australian Commonwealth Games Association for the XXth Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.  Early nominations, dual Olympian Moffatt (QLD) and former Under 23 World Champion Aaron Royle (NSW) will be joined by: London Olympian and former ITU Under 23 world champion Emma Jackson (QLD) and former ITU World Junior champion Ashleigh Gentle (QLD)in the women’s team and; “Mr Persistence” Dan Wilson (QLD) and rising star Ryan Bailie (NSW) in the men. Moffatt, 29, is very much the elder stateswoman of Australian triathlon, having won bronze in the 2008 Olympics and followed that with two ITU World Championships in 2009 and 2010. She put her Commonwealth Games cards on the table in London last year with her stirring bronze medal performance to earn an early nomination onto her first Commonwealth Games team. And she will again be the face of...

Australian Triathlon team named for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow

Thursday 17 Apr 2014 ITU
Comm Games Team Moffatt, 29, is very much the elder stateswoman of Australian triathlon, having won bronze in the 2008 Olympics and followed that with two ITU World Championships in 2009 and 2010. She put her Commonwealth Games cards on the table in London last year with her stirring bronze medal performance to earn an early nomination onto her first Commonwealth Games team. And she will again be the face of an exciting team that will represent the sport of triathlon for only the third time in the Commonwealth Games (previously contested in 2002 and 2006 after it was a demonstration sport in Auckland in 1990) and not only over the Standard individual distance but also in the four-person (two male and two female) Mixed Teams Relay that will be show-cased at a Multi-Sport Games for the first time. The Commonwealth Games will be Gold Coaster Moffatt’s main priority for her 2014 season. “Making the Commonwealth Games has always been a dream and being in the crowd in Melbourne and watching Emma Snowsill...

Ironman CEO Announces Major Change to Kona Start

Thursday 17 Apr 2014 Julia Polloreno
Ironman CEO Andrew Messick announces a separate age-group start for men and women at this year’s Ironman World Championship, fewer North American qualifying slots for 70.3 worlds, and talks doping and more with Triathlete magazine editor-in-chief Julia Beeson Polloreno. Julia Polloreno: With this week’s announcements of two new Ironman events—in Barcelona and Taiwan—it begs the question: How do you grow the international Ironman event roster, while the number of Kona slots must remain the same? Andrew Messick: The big challenge that we have in Kona is not in fact the size of the pier, which is what most people think, but rather the extreme concentration of gifted athletes in that particular race. It creates problems unique to Kona. Least year we had 1,100 athletes get out of the water in a 15-minute period, between 55 minutes and 1:10. That concentration of really strong swimmers, all of whom can ride a bike, is our operational limiter. What we’re most mindful of when we think about...

Oh, No!-ceanside

Wednesday 16 Apr 2014 Ben Hoffman
Not a lot to say on this “race,” as it lasted only about 1 hour before I suffered a puncture around mile 14 of the bike and did not finish. I had a very strong swim and came out right where I needed to be, but after trying to make a move with super cyclist Starky around mile 10, I came out of a sharp right turn in Camp Pendleton and heard the dreaded hiss for the second race in a row.  I felt good and was sitting around 9th/10th, but with a world class field like that one, it was essentially over when I flatted. To add insult to injury, I flatted again at mile 38 after continuing on with intent to finish.   Still a joy to return to the Southern California landscape, see good friends and connect with sponsors. I was able to salvage things a little by surfing with friends and having a great dinner with some of the Zoot crew. I will be back again to have a crack at the classic California race!

CANNES INTERNATIONAL TRIATHLON! AWESOME RACE!!!

Wednesday 16 Apr 2014 Jenny Fletcher (noreply@blogger.com)
The Cannes International Triathlon was AWESOME!!! I loved every moment of being in beautiful Cannes, France!!The Cote D' Azur also know as the French Riviera!! With the glamour of all the boutique shops and five star hotels, walking the Promenade de la Croisette, nibbling on croissants while sitting at a street cafe sipping an espresso, to the breathtaking Mediterranean coastal bike ride I was able to experience, and staying in the Majestic Hotel!!Loving the coffeeMajestic Hotel RoomThe Cannes International Tri was an experience of a lifetime- racing one of the most incredibly put on organized races I have encountered with a beautiful 2 loop swim in the Mediterranean waters, a demanding hard bike ride with over 4000ft of climbing in 80km and crazy technical descents with tight corners navigating through the Maritime Alps, and a 4 lap run course on the famous Croisette... it definitely is one of the best races I have ever experienced. A strong group of athletes at...

Race Mode

Wednesday 16 Apr 2014 Hillarybiscay
10174855_10152724593673976_2073982666_n A flight between San Francisco and Tokyo means that I finally have time to blog—nothing like being trapped inside the the metal death box for 10 hours! I thought I should check in because race season has snuck up on me and I’ve had people asking where and how to track the upcoming action. I’ve got some fun –and a bit scary—adventures on tap, but first a little recap: I must say it’s been awhile since I’ve felt so out of “race mode” and I have gone longer than this (since Ultraman in early December) without racing before . . .This year I think the difference has been the all-consuming nature of “work” that, while triathlon-related, usually has nothing to do with facilitating my own race prep. Luckily, though, one of these jobs got me out for a friendly intro back into race mode last weekend at the Tempe Town Lake—site of many fond Ironman Arizona memories. I had the opportunity to do a 4K open water race (open water/ wetsuit action is not something we have out in Tucson!) followed by...

70.3 San Juan Champion – AGAIN!

Tuesday 15 Apr 2014 Andrew Starykowicz
CaliBike Yes, we all have highs and lows, what goes up must go down. So when I returned to San Juan, Puerto Rico last week I knew there was only one place to go after winning last year, defend my title and be complacent or lose and nothing is more hateful to this American! I got my biopsies back from my stomach and learned that there is an issue and I am going to need a whole bunch of tests done to figure out what may be causing the illnesses I have experienced over the last few years especially leading into Oceanside 2 weeks ago and Bilbao Triathlon last spring, but we will save all that for May. Yet it has made for some great photography: The problem is that I cannot take the prescribed steriods that “normal” people can take and still race this month at 70.3 San Juan and Wildflower because it takes a month to get cleared for a TUE through USADA. This means HTFU and gut it out. The swim start at San Juan was perfect, I started next to a human missile in the deep water and the rest...

A few words in support of Frank Guinn and Andrew Powell

Tuesday 15 Apr 2014 Haley
frank I didn’t know Frank Guinn. But he knew me Or at least the internet version of me, which I like to think is somewhat similar to the real thing. I didn’t know Frank, but I knew of Frank. His coach had mentioned him, and how excited he was to be coaching a firefighter. Just like me, Frank was from Atlanta, a Dynamo Multisport coached athlete. And just like me, Frank was in New Orleans last weekend, excited to race 70.3 miles through the Crescent City. Frank’s wife Kimberly gave the most amazing pre-race speech. She said the last thing Frank would have wanted was for anyone to shed a tear on his behalf. She encouraged us all to race hard for Frank. She told us about the brotherhood of firefighters, and how she saw that same family dynamic in the triathletes standing on that start line. She told us about her brother Andrew, who from his hospital bed, was already making plans to race again. I didn’t know Frank, but I know Frank’s three little girls have an...

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