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St. Pölten/Vienna, Austria

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

The ISLAND HOUSE Invitational offers one of the world’s largest prize pools in the Bahamas

The ISLAND HOUSE Invitational offers one of the world’s largest prize pools in the Bahamas

Wednesday 06 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

The inaugural Island House Invitational Triathlon, a two-day race with a unique format, will feature the world’s best professional triathletes and one of the world’s biggest prize purses. The race will be held in the Bahamas on November 6th through 8th, 2015 at The Island House, Nassau and on the private island of Highbourne Cay, Exuma. World class athletes from both short and long course backgrounds will go head-to-head in what is sure to be the most refreshing and exciting event of the year. T more

Challenge Family arrives in Chile

Challenge Family arrives in Chile

Wednesday 06 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

On 13 February 2016 Chile will host the country’s first Challenge Family triathlon with the announcement of the half distance CHALLENGE PUERTO VARAS. Puerto Varas, one of the most beautiful regions and cities in southern Chile is also known as "La ciudad de las rosas" or “the city of roses. It was formed from the German Colonization with immigrants who settled here between 1852 and 1853 and as such has a strong German heritage integrated with its South American culture. more

Introducing the Bahrain Endurance Team vision

Introducing the Bahrain Endurance Team vision

Tuesday 05 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

After much anticipation and speculation surrounding the announcement of the Bahrain Endurance 13, today its management revealed the grand design behind the team. The Bahrain Endurance 13 is a pioneering vision unparalleled in endurance racing. With an all-star stable of athletes including Olympic medallists, world champions, and future stars, the Bahrain Endurance Team will race for key long-distance triathlon titles and promote a culture of health and wellness and endurance sporting excellence more

Jesse Thomas 5-peats, Liz Lyles edges Heather Jackson

Jesse Thomas 5-peats, Liz Lyles edges Heather Jackson

Tuesday 05 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

Tri-California -- Jesse Thomas cruised to a no-drama fifth straight Wildflower long course men's victory and fellow Bend, Oregon resident Heather Jackson was leading only to have Liz Lyles pass her 200 meters from the finish to end Jackson's quest for a Wildflower four-peat. more

Chrabot and Goss Claim Titles in St. Croix

Chrabot and Goss Claim Titles in St. Croix

Tuesday 05 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

Matt Chrabot had a wire to wire win while Lauren Goss sealed the deal on the run at the Captain Morgan’s IRONMAN 70.3 St. Croix. Chrabot out front all day It was a sign of things to come when Matt Chrabot (USA) exited the water of Christiansted Harbor with close to a minute leads on Drew Scott (USA) and Richie Cunningham (AUS). The former swimmer backed up his winning swim with a solid ride that lead to him extending his lead to two minutes on Cunningham and Scott. more

Top Field Set To Race Ironman 70.3 Mallorca

Wednesday 06 May 2015 Liz Hichens
Alcudia Beach, Mallorca Spain. Photo: Shutterstock.comGermany’s Andreas Dreitz will take on tough competition in his pursuit to defend his 2014 Ironman 70.3 Mallorca title, while reigning Ironman 70.3 world champion Daniela Ryf (SUI) will look to add another title to her collection. The biggest name on the men’s start list is two-time Ironman 70.3 world champion Michael Raelert (GER), who won this race in 2012. Other all-star names include Ivan Raña (ESP), Mike Aigroz (SUI), David Plese (SLO), Mathias Hecht (SUI), Sam Appleton (AUS), Joe Gambles (AUS), Maxim Kriat (UKR) and Jan Van Berkel (SUI). Ryf is the heavy favorite, but she’ll have to beat out top names like Julia Gajer (GER), Yvonne Van Vlerken (NED), Kristin Moeller (GER), Tine Deckers (BEL) and Michelle Vesterby (DEN). The pros, along with a sold-out field of age groupers vying for 50 spots to the 2015 Ironman 70.3 World Championship, will take on the Alcúdia course this Sunday, May 9. Athletes will swim 1.2...

Retired Pros: Where Are They Now?

Wednesday 06 May 2015 Triathlete.com
Triathlete.com checks in with the legends of multisport. After watching the professional athletes of our sport endure grueling challenges year after year, it’s nice to think of their retirement as a well-deserved rest. But think again — after retirement, the competitive fire of these athletes doesn’t die — it merely burns somewhere else. These seven pros share what retired life is like, what’s keeping them busy these days, and what they miss (and don’t miss) about the pro lifestyle. 1 of {count} Back to Start View Larger Image.Michellie Jones Retirement from pro racing doesn’t mean retirement from triathlon, says Michellie Jones. The ITU champion, Olympic silver medalist, and 2006 Ironman world champion still races as an age-grouper from time to time. Her current athletic pursuit, however, is her way of giving back to the sport: Jones will be serving as a guide for an athlete attempting to qualify for the Paralympics. “I definitely have no regrets about...

The Island House Invitational Triathlon Will Be Awesome

Wednesday 06 May 2015 Jené Shaw
The inaugural event will entail a unique, two-day race that puts a select group of pro triathletes head-to-head on a private island in the Bahamas. The deal: The Island House (http://www.the-island-house.com/) owner and financier Mark Holowesko wanted to create an interesting event around his new 30-room, luxury hotel in the Bahamas. A collaboration with some of the hotel’s sponsored athletes led to creating an invite-only race on the private island of Highbourne Cay, Exuma, on Nov. 6–8, 2015. It will be a small invite-only field for professionals. Who’s invited: Gwen Jorgensen, Lisa Norden, Tim Don, Ben Hoffman, Leanda Cave, Luke McKenzie, Heather and Trevor Wurtele, Rachel Joyce, Leon Griffin, Barrett and Lauren Brandon are confirmed. Plus, “wild card” invitations will be made in the next few months, which will likely include the 2015 Ironman, Ironman 70.3 and ITU World Champions. How it’s structured: Drawing some inspiration from the cycling world—another passion of Holowesko’s—the...

Race Radar: Arizona’s Tempe International Triathlon

Wednesday 06 May 2015 Bethany Mavis
The race features a beach start, which is unique for Tempe Town Lake.The 14th running of the Tempe International Triathlon, in Tempe, Ariz., will have 800 athletes participating across the sprint and Olympic distances this month. The race is the first triathlon to be held in Tempe Town Lake, which is also the site of the swim for other well-known races such as Ironman Arizona and Life Time Tri Tempe. The race has served as a USAT Regional Championships, an ITU Pan American Cup and also hosts the Arizona Club Championships, “offering a unique opportunity for club members to race against teammates and competitors from other clubs,” says Jonathan Grinder, Tempe International’s race director. Local athletes love the race for both the course and its well-thought-out details. The course starts from a beach, which is unique in Arizona, and features a shaded finish line and shaded transition area (under the 202 freeway). But what draws athletes year after year, Grinder says, “is our long...

From the Pros: "The Best and Worst Nutrition Advice I've Ever Received"

Wednesday 06 May 2015
In the many years they've been doing the sport, these professional triathletes have heard it all. Here's what they'll never do again.

Race Report; IM Port Macquarie (Australia)

Wednesday 06 May 2015 Pete Jacobs
IMGP3528 The month leading into this race I just focused on putting what energy I had into riding my bike. I knew that if I felt ok on the bike the race would not take as much out of me as if I spread myself thin over swim bike run in training and then felt terrible before I even completed the 180km on race day. I didn’t have the energy to do too much in training, and after recognizing I wanted to fix my issues and not keep digging myself into holes, I approached it with the mindset of doing enough to get through the race ok, but not so much I would set back my health. And why do the race at all you ask? Why not look after myself completely? Well I am in a fortunate position that I only needed to finish to qualify for Hawaii. It was far to simple for me to line up in Port Macquarie and tick that box so if I can get myself back on track this year I am able to start and go for the win in Kona, Hawaii, in October. Race day could not have been better weather, and it could not have been a better...

A Good Burn

Tuesday 05 May 2015 Andrew Starykowicz
ticks As most of you know my favorite way to recover is get off the road and hit up the single track, be it biking or running. The mind still gets to be sharp calculating every step on off camber surfaces, over longs, or across a trees root structure while the heart can be at ease pumping at a relaxed rate compared to the demands of an intense workout. Yet over the last few years these workouts have become more and more work for a reason none other than TICKS. I grew up with Boy Scouts hiking many trails and remember getting the occasional tick and the excitement was then to pull it off and torch it until it popped. Now the excitement of torching them hasn’t changed but the daily inspections of myself and my dogs have become more and more arduous over the last few years. I took the dogs out last week for 4 miles and they each came back with 15+ ticks on their coat or starting to latch on and I had another 5+ ticks…it has gotten ridiculous. There is hope, every few years the...

When It’s Great

Tuesday 03 Mar 2015 Andrew Starykowicz
I often get asked what my best race to date has been. There is no one major standout, there has been quite a few out of my skin performances over the years. In the beginning there were a lot of memorable races and even more nightmares, but it is more fun to share the dreamy days. The first had to be my first triathlon in which I had no clue what to do, but I did it well finishing 3rd Overall just in front of some guy named Adam Zucco and set a staple for years to come, crush the swim and bike and limit the losses on the run. I started to train and then I did my first Chicago triathlon in which I thrived on the large swim meet feel of waiting hours for your event then going out and winning my age group was a feeling that stoked a fire that I had had many times in swimming. After winning my age group at such a big race it became about overall results. I had a lot of good races slowly improving but the next memorable race was 2004 ITU Age Group World Champs when I upset the USAT...

Update

Monday 04 May 2015 Will
IMG_8602 Hey everyone! It seems it’s been quite a while since I last updated my blog which leaves me with quite a bit of gossip! Since I last checked in I was getting all excited about going to Challenge Dubai and posting a solid performance there before running off with the Triple Crown Bonus! It didn’t happen…On a tough windy day in the desert I just didn’t have the legs at all on the bike and had 35 guys ride past me and then it doesn’t matter how fast you run, I was well out of the game. It was a bit frustrating at the time and not really the race I’d like to do that at but I know the reasons why I rode so badly, fixed it and learnt from it. However it did make me re-think my plans for my first Ironman which was going to be South Africa. I just wasn’t confident about my form at all and it didn’t make sense for me to go there any more. It was lucky I did cancel because for the next month I was in and out of sickness caught from my son Freddy,...

High 5 for FIVE: 2015 Wildflower Race Report

Monday 04 May 2015 Jesse Thomas
Heyo all you handful of Wildflower wins holding crazy ass fans. Boo….yah! Win #5. It’s kind of crazy. Maybe more crazy to think that I’ve been doing this as a job for 5 years. I think that’s the longest I’ve ever done anything. And while the big deal is 5 wins in a row, it . . . → Read More: High 5 for FIVE: 2015 Wildflower Race Report

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