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70.3 New Orleans preview

70.3 New Orleans preview

Friday 17 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

New Orleans is known as one of the most culturally rich destinations in America. Once a year, this city steeped in art, history and music, plays host to Ochsner Ironman 70.3 New Orleans. Athletes travel from all over to take part in this unique event and scenic course, which flows throughout this fascinating area. more

Worlds Best XTERRA Triathletes Gather in NSW, Australia

Worlds Best XTERRA Triathletes Gather in NSW, Australia

Friday 17 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

Some of the biggest names in multisport are in New South Wales, Australia for Saturday’s second annual XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship race at Callala Beach in Jervis Bay. Two-time Olympian Courtney Atkinson, the runner-up last year, is the top returning men’s elite competitor following the retirement of 2014 champion Dan Hugo of South Africa. Atkinson will have plenty of competition highlighted by the most successful off-road triathlete of all-time, Conrad “The Caveman” Stoltz from South Afric more

Cannes International preview

Cannes International preview

Thursday 16 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

The Cannes International Triathlon will take place this coming Sunday 19th, with two course options, Long course consisting a 2K swim, 80K bike, 20K run and lesser distance race of 1K swim, 40K bike, 8K run. more

Steffen & Ryf Face-off in Frankfurt

Steffen & Ryf Face-off in Frankfurt

Wednesday 15 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf burst onto the IRONMAN race scene in 2014. Last June she achieved a remarkable double, winning the European 5150 Championship (standard distance) and her IRONMAN debut on the same weekend in Zurich, Switzerland. Over the next few months she captured the IRONMAN 70.3 European Championship title, her second IRONMAN title in Copenhagen and the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada. She finished the year as runner-up at the IRONMAN World Champion more

Kienle faces Van Lierde and Frodeno in Frankfurt

Kienle faces Van Lierde and Frodeno in Frankfurt

Tuesday 14 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

The stage itself is epic: 300,000 spectators, 10 hours of live television coverage and a city with over 1,200 years of dramatic history. Since 2002 it’s been the actors—the world’s best triathletes—that have turned the stage, Frankfurt am Main, and the IRONMAN European Championship, into one of triathlon's biggest showcases. more

Celebrities To Compete, Raise Funds At Life Time South Beach

Friday 17 Apr 2015 Bethany Mavis
Photo: Nils NilsenSeveral celebrities along with hundreds of age-group triathletes, are signed up to compete this weekend at Life Time Tri South Beach to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Among the list of celebrities participating are actors, actresses and a retired NBA player. They’ll be joining about 2,500 triathletes racing the April 19 event in South Beach. Trough the partnership with St. Jude, now in its eighth year, individuals, relay teams and corporate teams are encouraged to raise funds for the world-renowned research hospital, which is working to understand, treat and cure childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Celebrities competing in the 2015 event: –James Marsden, actor from The Notebook, X-Men, 30 Rock and upcoming Westworld –Collin Egglesfield, actor from The Client List, Something Borrowed, Rizzoli & Isles –Nathalia Ramos, actress from Bratz, House of Anubis, The Damned, Wildflower –Josh Hopkins, actor...

Meet The 6 USAT Hall Of Fame Inductees

Friday 17 Apr 2015 Triathlete.com
Tim DeBoom competes in Kona. Photo: John SegestaOlympic bronze medalist Susan Williams, Ironman World Champion Tim DeBoom, multisport contributor Dan Empfield, age-group multisport stars Bill Bell and Karen McKeachie and paratriathlete pioneer Carlos Moleda make up the seventh induction class of the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame. The six inductees will be honored at a banquet on Saturday, April 18 at 5:30 p.m. ET at the Harvard Club in Boston, as part of a celebration of endurance sports for the Boston Marathon. Learn a little bit about each inductee below and see a quote from each of their interviews with fellow hall of famer Bob Babbitt. Listen to all of the podcasts here. Bill Bell – Age Group Athlete (Palm Desert, Calif.) At 92 years old, Bill Bell has done it all. He’s competed in over 300 triathlon events since 1982—including 32 Ironman races and 41 Ironman 70.3 races. Of his 32 Ironman finishes, 19 were in Kona where he won his age group in ’94-’97, and ’99....

Quick Look: TYR’s Redesigned Hurricane

Friday 17 Apr 2015 Triathlete.com
TYR Hurricane Category 5 Wetsuit, $750, Tyr.comPhoto: John David BeckerThis redesigned Hurricane incorporates high-end features without the high-end price. TYR revamped every wetsuit in its 2015 lineup with the exception of the range-topping Freak of Nature, which comes with a hefty $1,200 price tag. The Category 5 costs $450 less but has many of the same top-end features. The range of motion on the shoulders makes this suit flexible for an unencumbered glide phase of your stroke. Swimmers seeking extra buoyancy will benefit from the elevation panels on the chest, obliques, buttocks and thighs. The side panels serve the dual purpose of providing lift in the water in addition to keeping you streamlined and preventing fishtailing. Catch panels on the forearms are made of a thinner neoprene to provide an enhanced feel for the water. RELATED – 2015 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide: Wetsuits The post Quick Look: TYR’s Redesigned Hurricane appeared first on Triathlete.com.

TriathlEats: Recipes From Triathlete-Chefs

Friday 17 Apr 2015 Bethany Mavis
Photo: David B. MooreTriathlete-chefs from around the country share healthy recipes to help fuel your training. The post TriathlEats: Recipes From Triathlete-Chefs appeared first on Triathlete.com.

Hydration Advice For Your Next Race

Friday 17 Apr 2015 Triathlete.com
Photo: Charlie Crowhurst/Getty ImagesCoach Joe Friel talks about a change in philosophy regarding the amount of fluid you should drink during a race. From the late ’70s through the ’90s, everyone, including me, believed athletes should drink as much as possible during a race, especially a hot one. Sport scientists and the American College of Sports Medicine supported the notion that any loss of weight due to dehydration caused endurance performance to decline. The old saw was that a 2 percent loss of body weight resulted in slowing down 2 percent. The accumulating body of research in the past few years shows that drinking to maintain body weight was not beneficial to performance, and even dangerous. That advice has led to multiple exercise-related deaths in marathons in the past 20 years due to hyponatremia caused by diluting the body’s stores of sodium. Even drinking a product that contains sodium can still cause dilution. And symptoms in the early stages of hyponatremia, resulting...

2012 Year in Review

Thursday 10 Jan 2013 Admin
TO and Rinny With the racing season wrapped up and the holidays on the way I wanted to take the opportunity to sum up the year for all those who have supported and cheered me on. In a nutshell, 2012 has been fantastic! While the racing season was great and highlighted by some nice victories and strong performances, the real highlight of my year comes from my recent engagement to Rinny. After being together for several years, I finally stopped dragging my feet and popped the question. We are both very excited and with the wedding planned for next fall we will have to race well in 2013 to pay for it! My 2012 season was one of new approaches. While the prior year had been strong, my entry into Ironman racing left me reaching at the end of the season and questioning what I could do to improve. One source of questions was my diet, and the discovery of a gluten sensitivity led to drastically improved nutrition. I also changed my approach to training, being a little smarter in terms of when and how much...

No Easy Streets in Idaho

Wednesday 04 Jul 2012 Admin
TOB&W I just finished a two-week racing block in Idaho with Ironman 70.3 Boise and Ironman Coeur d’Alene (CdA), the great state of Idaho made sure to make it a challenge! While I don’t feel either race was my best showing I was still able to walk away from this block with two podiums, a 3rd in Boise and 2nd in CdA. Podiums are great but what I really took away from the Gem State was great lessons in toughness, both physical and mental. I came into the Boise 70.3 with great form. After some successful results early in the season I was able to get in a great Ironman training block before the 70.3 to prepare for CdA two weeks later. I arrived to a beautiful day in Boise, mid-70s and sunshine. While the swim water was cold (57 degrees) the rest of the course was beautiful with a challenging bike and festive run course located downtown. It seemed to have the making of the perfect race, that is before the not so perfect storm approached. Boise has the unique quality of a noon start time, but that...

Ironman 70.3 US Championships, Big Wins Hurt More!

Wednesday 04 Apr 2012 Admin
IM70.3WC What an unbelievable weekend in Galveston, TX at the Ironman 70.3 US Championships. After a 2nd and 3rd place finish the last two years in Texas I finally brought home the win and claimed the title of US Pro Champion! With the one of the strongest fields in 70.3 history, the presence of cycling legend Lance Armstrong and a nail biting late race battle for the win this is truly one of my most memorable moments in the sport. After spending two weeks in Tucson in between races I arrived in Galveston on Thursday feeling great and excited to race. A disappointing ride here last year left me 8 minutes behind Chris Lieto off the bike and unable to defend my title as US Champion. Memories of the race have lingered in my head over the year, leaving me hungry to come back and redeem myself in Galveston. I knew this was going to be an exciting race and a great challenge when I saw the caliber of the field. Two time Ironman 70.3 World Champion Michael Raelert, the only athlete to beat Michael in...

No Guts, No Glory (oh yah and No Gluten!)

Thursday 22 Mar 2012 Admin
TOIMSJ This weekend marked the start of my 2012 season and my first race as a gluten free athlete at the Ironman 70.3 San Juan. I am proud to report I successfully defended my title and brought home the win! After a roller coaster year in 2011 I was elated to get right back on track in San Juan. In early January I discovered that the health issues I experienced in 2011 (particularly in the 2nd half of the season) might have been related to a gluten sensitivity problem. I made the switch to gluten free and immediately began to feel “normal” again in everyday life, particularly in training. While it hasn’t been easy for a guy who absolutely loves treats, I was able to adopt the change successfully. After learning of the issue I headed out to Noosa, Australia to train for the winter. I was excited to find gluten free options EVERYWHERE! For the next two months I was able to train happy and healthy in Noosa and was ready to start racing. I headed out from Australia back to the States the Monday...

Sorry, no Mulligans in Kona!

Tuesday 08 Nov 2011 Admin
TO_Mulligan I wish Ironman racing was more like golf. If it were I would have definitely asked for a Mulligan at the Ironman World Championships last month in Kona! Regardless of how well you prepare physically, mentally and emotionally for the biggest race of the year you have to get to the start line healthy. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to do that this year and my debut in Kona was a humbling experience from Queen K. Despite some set backs in early September including a case of “foot drop” prior to the Hy-Vee Triathlon, my preparation for Kona went really well. I logged the biggest training weeks of my career and highlighted the preparation with high watts on the bike and the fastest training runs I had ever seen in my (short) Ironman career. Everything leading into the race was focused on success on the island, locked on diet; great training and the BEST gear put me in position to compete with the world’s top triathletes. Rinny and I headed to Kona two weeks early to acclimatize and get...

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