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Challenge Rimini returns for showdown in Italy

Challenge Rimini returns for showdown in Italy

Thursday 05 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Dating back to 268BC, Rimini is one of Italy’s most popular beach resorts with its kilometres of sandy beaches, ancient Roman history and vibrant cultural scene making it an ideal place for a holiday as well as a race. It is this all-inclusive character, combined with the potential for an outstanding half distance course, which led Challenge Family to make Challenge Rimini a reality. more

70.3 Athletes look forward to a Good Morning in Vietnam

70.3 Athletes look forward to a Good Morning in Vietnam

Thursday 05 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Following the success of the inaugural VNG Ironman 70.3 Vietnam in Danang last year, race organizer Sunrise Events Vietnam is busy preparing for the second edition of VNG IRONMAN 70.3 VIETNAM. Similar to last year, the 2016 race will feature a fast and scenic course that includes a 1.9km ocean swim in front of the beautiful Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa (host hotel and race central), a looped 90km bike ride along Danang’s pristine coastline and a 21km run that will take athletes past some more

ITU World Cup action heats up in Huatulco Mexico

ITU World Cup action heats up in Huatulco Mexico

Thursday 05 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

The fourth-stop of the ten-part world cup calendar has arrived as the elites are challenged on arguably one of the hardest World Cup triathlon courses at the 2016 Huatulco ITU Triathlon World Cup. Known for it’s hot, humid and hilly conditions, athletes are lining up in Mexico to take on this year’s standard two-lap swim, eight-lap bike and four-lap run. more

Lisboa celebrates a decade of Triathlon

Lisboa celebrates a decade of Triathlon

Wednesday 04 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

May 14th, 2006 celebrates the birth of a great Triathlon event at Parque das Nações in Lisbon, Portugal. The first edition had some of the best athletes in the world and the top Portuguese. The following years were no different. Lisboa fast became a Mecca for triathlon in Europe and a favorite destination to some of the best athletes in the world, to the likes of, Paul Amey, Luc Van Lierde, Timo Bracht, Marino Vanhoenacker, amongst many others. more

Season gets into full swing at 70.3 Mallorca

Season gets into full swing at 70.3 Mallorca

Wednesday 04 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

The Spanish island of Mallorca, host venue of the Thomas Cook IRONMAN 70.3 Mallorca, is known as a training paradise for cyclists and triathletes. The course takes athletes on a tour through many villages that offer incredible views and diversity. The event location, Alcúdia, is one of the most celebrated towns of Mallorca, with more than 30 km of the coastline made up of gorgeous, fine sand beaches, steep cliffs and secluded coves of great beauty. The area is equipped with the most modern infr more

Ironman moves on bike doping

Wednesday 04 May 2016 Admin
Ironman Media IRONMAN announced today, that it has strengthened its global competition rules to combat technological fraud (also known as mechanical fraud). As a leader in the endurance industry, IRONMAN is partnering with the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) to leverage the latest technology to combat the concealment of motors or other artificial accelerating devices by athletes looking to gain an unfair advantage. “Technological fraud is contrary to the spirit of IRONMAN and of fair play,” said Andrew Messick, Chief Executive Officer of IRONMAN. “Athletes who choose to gain advantage by such means undermine the trust and norms of our community, the tenet of fair competition, and the accomplishment of completing the entire race under one’s own power.” IRONMAN will be actively inspecting bicycles at races around the world – including all Championship races. Inspections will primarily occur following the bike portion of the event, after athletes have transitioned to the run. “The UCI...

Tim Reed on Ironman Australia

Wednesday 04 May 2016 Admin
We caught up with Ironman Australia winner Tim Reed. You need to enable Javascript to view this video The article Tim Reed on Ironman Australia was first published on firstoffthebike.com.

Ironman Will Now Check Your Bike For A Motor

Wednesday 04 May 2016 Triathlete.com
Ironman announced today that it is strengthening its rules to combat “technological fraud,” also known as mechanical fraud. Ironman will partner with the governing body for cycling, Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), to leverage the latest technology to combat the concealment of motors or other artificial accelerating devices by athletes looking to gain an unfair advantage. “Technological fraud is contrary to the spirit of Ironman and of fair play,” said Andrew Messick, Chief Executive Officer of Ironman, in the press release. “Athletes who choose to gain advantage by such means undermine the trust and norms of our community, the tenet of fair competition, and the accomplishment of completing the entire race under one’s own power.” Messick tells Triathlete.com that so far Ironman has not caught an athlete with a motor or other illegal assistance. The announcement comes after several athletes were accused of using motorized assistance in cycling races. Ironman will be...

Ben Hoffman: Ironman 70.3 St. George “Is My Baby”

Wednesday 04 May 2016 Triathlete.com
Fresh off a win at Ironman South Africa, Hoffman jumps right into his favorite race. Ben Hoffman knew about St. George, Utah before St. George, Utah was cool. During his college days with the University of Montana triathlon club, Hoffman would venture to southern Utah whenever possible to ride the scenic, challenging courses in and around Zion National Park. It was no surprise, then, that Hoffman was the first one to sign up when the World Triathlon Corporation announced a new Ironman race in St. George in 2010. He has raced every incarnation since, even taking a win in 2012 (when the race was still a full Ironman). His streak in St. George will continue this weekend, despite some residual fatigue from a race—and win—just four weeks ago at Ironman South Africa. Triathlete.com: You just won Ironman South Africa, and now you’re hopping right into 70.3 St. George. Don’t you ever rest, man? Ben Hoffman: No. (laughs) I have taken it pretty easy since the race and subsequent...

What Is FTP And Why Does It Matter?

Wednesday 04 May 2016 Triathlete.com
Always been confused about FTP? This guide will make it easy to understand how this magical number can help your training. If you’ve been in triathlon for any length of time, you’ve probably heard a lot about functional threshold power (FTP) and testing. Perhaps you’ve wondered if it’s something that should matter to you, and if so, why. Here we’ll seek to clear up the reasons behind testing, and tell you how to utilize it properly. What is FTP and why does it matter? FTP is the maximum power you can sustain for one hour. Think of power at VO2max as your upper limit of aerobic energy production and FTP as the percentage of that limit that you can sustain. When looking at the variables that determine endurance performance—VO2, FTP and efficiency—FTP is the variable that is both easily measured and trainable. Setting a benchmark FTP will enable you to establish training zones so you can best distribute your training time and work toward improvement. Should beginners bother testing? It’s...

Fantastic trail riding in Tazzie!

Tuesday 01 Mar 2016 Conrad
  Destination Trail – Tasmania. Specialized rider Troy Brosnan makes me want to pack my bags and go ride flowy Tazzie trails. Wow.   The post Fantastic trail riding in Tazzie! appeared first on Conrad Stoltz XTERRA Triathlete.

Caveman rock drops fat tyred Stumpjumper 6Fattie

Monday 22 Feb 2016 Conrad
Now that I’m retired from racing, I love trail riding just for fun. Stellenbosch (South Africa) has plenty of great trails, like the new Red Route in Jonkershoek. In the edit I drop my Specialized Stumpjumper 6Fattie into the rocks. I ride the 3 inch wide 650B tyres quite soft- 18psi rear 15 psi front (1.2 and 1 Bar) they just soak up the trail rubble and let you rail the trail. Caveman’s go everywhere, do anything bike! Read more about the technology here.     The post Caveman rock drops fat tyred Stumpjumper 6Fattie appeared first on Conrad Stoltz XTERRA Triathlete.

Wochenende bringt Doppelpack für die Raelert-Brothers

Wednesday 04 May 2016 Sven
Raelert-BrothersMichael Raelert startet bei der Ironman 70.3 Nordamerikameisterschaft in die neue Saison – Andreas Raelert tritt in Buschhütten auf Olympischer Distanz anRostock. Ein volles Wettkampfwochenende steht für die Raelert-Brothers auf dem Programm. Michael Raelert gibt am Sonntag bei der Ironman 70.3 North American Pro Championship in St. George sein Saisondebüt, einen Tag darauf startet Andreas Raelert beim legendären Kurzdistanz-Triathlon in Buschhütten. „Das wird für uns ein sehr spannendes Wochenende“, sagt Michael Raelert, „ich hoffe, dass wir im Doppelpack richtig gute Leistungen zeigen können.“Gerade Michael Raelert bekommt es am Samstag in St. George mit einem herausragenden Starterfeld zu tun. „Die Profiliste ist wirklich eindrucksvoll“, sagt Michael Raelert, „gleich beim ersten Rennen des Jahres gibt es eine richtige Standortbestimmung.“ Weltklasseathleten mit ganz unterschiedlichen individuellen Stärken gehören zum Aufgebot der Nordamerikameisterschaft im...

Food is Medicine

Wednesday 04 May 2016 Jaimie Jacobs
Food is something that our household LOVES, even more than food we LOVE to feel fighting fit, happy and with energy to spare. So refined sugar is out, and anything nutritious, tasty and that feels good is in! This yummy creation of mine is a happy marriage of protein, healthy fats, refined sugar free, dairy free, and wheat free but most importantly it is quick to prepare and it’s texture/taste will leave you smiling and sufficiently full:) Banana Coconut Bread 2 mashed Bananas 2 Eggs beaten 1 cup Almond Meal 1 cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil ½ cup shredded Coconut ½ cup 100% Maple Syrup ¼ cup Coconut Flour 1 tsp Baking Powder 1 Tbs Cinnamon round ½ cup dried Prunes thinly sliced   Method *Preheat oven to 180 degrees. *Mix all wet ingrediants into a bowl (bananas, eggs, olive oil, maple syrup). *Sift in almond meal, baking powder, coconut flour, cinnamon, shredded coconut. *Pour into a greased or lined baking paper cake container (I use a bread container) and place prunes...

4 Years; a Lifetime Away or Just Around the Corner?

Sunday 01 May 2016 Noreply@blogger.com (Non Stanford)
The last time I laced up my racing shoes on South African soil the circumstances in some respects were the same, but on the whole, they couldn't have been more different.  First race of the season. Check.Olympic year. Check.Table mountain in the background. Check.Genuine, if not slightly unnecessary, fear of being eaten by sharks whilst dressed as a seal. Check. That's probably where the similarities end, because fortunately, the day's played out very differently. The first occasion was in February 2012. An early season Continental Cup. I was on the points chase. Not an Olympic points chase. Far from it. I just wanted enough points to maybe, just maybe, get one of those elusive World Series starts. So shiny and exciting in all their blue carpeted glory. I had two or three rather dismal attempts the season before on the big stage, most of which had ended with DNF's for one reason or another. Lapped athlete being an almost reoccurring theme. Undeterred however, I was...

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