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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Joe Gambles, Brent McMahon in action this weekend

Joe Gambles, Brent McMahon in action this weekend

Saturday 30 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

The Bahrain Endurance 13 Team is back in action in Florianopolis and Salou, two reknowned destinations for tourists. The weekend will be anything but a holiday, however -- these men are set to get to work! more

Leading ladies step out for WTS London

Leading ladies step out for WTS London

Friday 29 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

As the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series hits the back half of the season, World Triathlon London sets the scene for fast and furious racing with a sprint course on offer this Sunday with all of the leading ladies poised to line up. Given her dynamite season, there’s no question the tour de force lining up in London is Gwen Jorgensen. Undefeated this season, the American will look to collect her second consecutive title in the UK capital, more

70.3 Raleigh preview

70.3 Raleigh preview

Friday 29 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

The City of Oaks plays host to this urban race, with its finish in the heart of the city. Greater Raleigh is one of the Southeast's most dynamic destinations. The city is full of incredible restaurants, live music venues, museums, the arts, shopping and family fun—make sure to stay a few days to truly experience all it has to offer. more

Challenge Salou preview

Challenge Salou preview

Friday 29 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

This weekend, on 31 May, more than 1,500 athletes will race in this inaugural event, the only CHALLENGE FAMILY event on the Spanish peninsula and a true festival of sport with the flagship half distance together with Short Challenge, Aqua Challenge, Junior Challenge and Breakfast Run. more

Ironman Florianopolis Brazil preview

Ironman Florianopolis Brazil preview

Thursday 28 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

The 2015 IRONMAN® Regional Championship series will continue with this weekend’s 2015 IRONMAN Latin American Championship Brazil triathlon in Florianopolis and will feature some top names in the sport. The women’s professional field features a strong lineup of athletes including super-star swimmer Dr. Amanda Stevens (USA), who won this race in 2013 and will again be vying for the Latin American Championship and the coveted automatic qualification to the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship. more

Entry to the 2015 or 2016 IRONMAN® World Championship Up For Auction

Saturday 30 May 2015 LAVA Editors
The Challenged Athletes Foundation® (CAF), a world leader in helping individuals with physical challenges lead active, healthy lifestyles, announced today that they will auction a coveted slot to the 2015 or 2016 IRONMAN® World Championship triathlon at their A Celebration of Heroes, Heart and Hope Gala at the Waldorf Astoria in New York on June 10th. The winning bidder (or his/her designee) earns the opportunity to compete in the prestigious 2015 or 2016 IRONMAN World Championship, in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Proceeds from the auction will support CAF’s mission and fund the purchase of adaptive sports equipment, training and competition expenses, and mentoring for physically challenged athletes. “We are excited that through our partnership with IRONMAN and our 9th annual New York gala, we will ensure that any challenged athlete with a desire to be active has CAF’s support for years to come, and simultaneously we will make someone’s IRONMAN dream come true,” said Virginia Tinley,...

4 Tools For An Athlete-Friendly Office Space

Friday 29 May 2015 Triathlete.com
Don’t let your 9-to-5 job undo this morning’s 7-miler. You may joke about your job cutting into your training time, but the health effects of your desk job are no laughing matter. Most Americans spend the majority of their day on their keister: sitting at a desk, slouched over a steering wheel or zoning out on the couch. Athletes, surprisingly, are worse than the average “sedentary” American: A University of Texas at Austin study found runners sit an average of 10 hours per workday compared to non-runners’ eight-hour average. Prolonged sitting can cause muscle tightness, poor mobility, back pain and muscle imbalances, undoing training gains and increasing an athlete’s risk of injury. Keep your tush (and your training log) happy at work by creating an athlete-friendly office space. 1 of {count} Back to Start View Larger Image.Garmin Vívofit $130, Garmin.com In addition to tracking miles during lunch-hour runs, a red “move” bar appears on this fitness tracker...

Challenge Denmark 2015 (June 13th)

Friday 29 May 2015 Thorsten
ChallengeDK Challenge Denmark is a new race indicating Challenge’s continuing commitment to the Danish triathlon market (after loosing the races in Copenhagen and Aarhus when WTC bought the company running these races). Race director Claus Vesterby (husband of Pro athlete Michelle Vesterby) is trying to build a great race that also appeals to the family of athletes – the race is run around the original Legoland in Billund, Denmark. In addition to the full distance race covered in this post, there is another one over the half distance with strong athletes such as Martin Jensen, Dirk Bockel or Mary Beth Ellis on the start list. As this is the first time the race is run, there are no expected times. Male Race Participants Rank Name Nation Expected Time Rating Swim Rating Bike Rating Run Rating Overall 1 Christophe Bastie FRA n/a 08:53:59 00:53:35 04:43:23 03:12:12 100 2 Dejan Patrcevic CRO n/a 08:55:26 00:52:47 05:02:21 02:56:56 108 3 Sergio...

7 Nutritious Spring Fruits and Veggies

Friday 29 May 2015 Triathlete.com
Photo: Shutterstock.com Now is the time for a fresh start utilizing all the clean, bright produce the season has to offer. Spring-season fruits and veggies are at their peak and therefore contain the highest nutritional value. Don’t miss out on some simple ways to use some of our favorites, many of which were recommended by growers at a local farmers’ market. Guava Give your diet a vitamin C and fiber boost by adding the flesh of this sweet, tropical fruit to smoothies, or take advantage of its naturally high pectin content by making jam or fruit sauce. Guavas are best stored out of the fridge until they soften or are cut open. RELATED: Enjoy Fruits Year-Round The post 7 Nutritious Spring Fruits and Veggies appeared first on Triathlete.com.

Six Strategies For Safe Summer Running

Friday 29 May 2015 Mario Fraioli
Keep your cool and beat the heat this summer with these suggestions. It’s that time of year when it can be hot when you run, no matter how early you get out the door. Remember, it can be hazardous to your health to hit the streets when the mercury starts heading north of 90 degrees on the thermometer. Don’t let the scorching summer sun deter you from trying to maintain your mileage, however. Overbearing heat and humidity are far from ideal training conditions, but they’re not impossible obstacles to overcome if you take the proper precautions. Employ these six strategies to ensure that you run safely under the sun for the remainder of the summer. 1. Get Out Early, Or Go Late If you like to run on your lunch break, it’s worth your while to shift your schedule around when summer rolls around. The sun is strongest in the middle of the day, so try to avoid exercising outside in the hours from late morning to late afternoon. Hit the road before the sun comes up and enjoy lunch later...

Ironman Texas: It’s the Size of Fight in the Dog

Thursday 28 May 2015 Admin
FullSizeRender1_resized I’ve never quite understood it when people say they are “going to defend their title” upon returning to a race as the previous year’s winner. It seems more appropriate “I’m going with the goal of defending my title.” So when many asked me if I was ‘going to Ironman Texas to defend’, I guess I just saw it differently. The goal was, as with any race, go out and execute the absolute best of my ability; if that landed me on top, all the better. But I’ve often found it dangerous to become too focused on the top step of a podium, especially in an event such as Ironman, with so many variables that come into play. Becoming too fixated on a ‘title defense’ to me just seems misguided. While I found it a huge honor to return to The Woodlands after last year’s race, I knew that wouldn’t make the task of a similar performance any easier. I’ve often said, resumes don’t matter when we toe the start line; it’s about focus, preparation, execution, and how much fight we’re willing to bring to the...

Texas 703: Work with What You Got

Thursday 14 May 2015 Admin
timthumb …or more eloquently stated by Theodore Roosevelt: “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” One of the great things about the sport of triathlon is that we all have a strength and a weakness; and given that we train for three disciplines, there is always something to improve upon. No matter what level you get to, or how many races you have done, this continues to ring true. Yet I’ve also learned along the way that you have to play to your strengths. More than anything, accepting a weakness can be a mental battle; but as we all know, a large portion of what we do in life is driven by attitude and our mentality; which is dictated by our choosing. I went into Texas 70.3 ready for a good hard effort. I heard rumors floating around that ‘many pros came into this race not rested, amidst their large training block for Ironman Texas’. I was not one of them. Sure, I had done some big training in April, but I came into this race rested. I’ve learned that each time I step on a start...

Shooting it Straight

Wednesday 18 Mar 2015 Admin
Run with Black Sky Many times I sit down to write post-race, it is positive; describing a result I worked hard for, how it all went down, and walk through a race experience I’m proud of; even if it wasn’t the perfect race. Well it isn’t all roses, the human body is not a machine, and this blog is not the former. It’s just the facts; and this past weekend in San Juan, my body was shit. I envisioned the three weeks between Philippines and San Juan a perfect time to put in around 10 very solid days of training. Suffice to say things don’t always go according to plan. I came down with what seemed to be a minor cold upon the return; almost worse in that it was minor enough I ‘could’ train, I didn’t feel the need to see a doctor, but the workouts were up and down (one day I nailed it, the next day crummy). I pinned it on allergies but I’m fairly certain it was allergies turned cold. The week of San Juan, it seemed to ease up; but the final few days, even with a good load of recovery, my legs felt heavy; right...

Recap: Dietary Recall with Brett Singer at ISMI

Wednesday 11 Mar 2015 Admin
2014-06-05 18.28.12 It is easy to overlook the importance nutrition can play in the role with athletic performance. I feel fairly fortunate in that I am able to eat all things; gluten, dairy, you name it… I eat it. I have seen our eating patterns change slightly throughout the years, but those changes have been gradual and they’ve been logically prompted by a mix of both educating ourselves yet still retaining what ‘we enjoy’ in that mix. I recall sometime back in 2009 when I thought maybe I had a gluten allergy; my stomach just seemed off. I had heard some recommendations to ‘remove something you consume daily’. So, I thought, what is loaded with gluten that I consume daily? Why beer, of course. I figured that for a few days, I’d not drink beer. After about 3 days, I walked in the door with a 6-pack of IPAs. Derick said “But I thought you were cutting that out?” My response: “Yah… I don’t think I have a gluten allergy.” J Needless to say, we soon found out I had gallstones and I ended up having my gall...

Challenge Philippines – Tough Racing, Open Arms

Saturday 28 Feb 2015 Admin
Zoot Felt Signing I’m a bit of a control freak. I like to eliminate the potential of added stress and I prefer that things flow as smoothly as possible. This is a large reason why I often choose races that are close by or, if not close in location, simple to travel to. I guess this isn’t anything to be ashamed of, as I view racing as a “job”; hence I consider the cost/benefit analysis before choosing events. But I have to admit, it felt kind of good to opt in for Challenge Philippines less than 6 weeks before the event; to embrace the adventure of it all, and to realize that yes while this is a job, there can also be a little room for adventure; and it isn’t a bad thing to ease your grip on control every so often. This event was a first in a few ways; first Challenge race, but also our first time traveling to Southeast Asia. The opportunity came up somewhat last minute, and I decided why the hell not…being so early in the year, I figured it may be smaller event,...

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