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Ironcat

I`Ampolla, Spain

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2016

Wasserstadt Triathlon

Hannover-Limmer, Germany

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2016

Challenge Venice

Venice, Italy

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Schloss Triathlon Moritzburg

Moritzburg, Germany

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Balatonman

Balatonfured, Hungary

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Challenge Denmark

Herning, Denmark

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Ironcorsair

Saint-Malo, France

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HITS North Country

Hague, NY, United States

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Otrokovice, Czech Republic

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Nagasaki, Japan

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Ironman Florianopolis

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Ironman Austria

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Ironman UK

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Ironman Switzerland

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Ironman Lake Placid

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Ironman Canada

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Ironman Vineman

Santa Rosa, California, United States

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Rapa Nui

Easter Island, Chile

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Bilboa Triathlon

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Half Triatlon De Sevilla

Seville, Spain

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Salou, Spain

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Outlaw Half

Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Quassy, United States

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Ashton Keynes, United Kingdom

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CusioMan

Lake Orta, Italy

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Ingolstadt, Germany

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70.3 Hawaii

Kohala Coast, Hawaii, United States

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Tokoname, Japan

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70.3 Raleigh

Raleigh,NC, United States

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Kraichgau, Germany

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70.3 Boulder

Boulder, Colorado, United States

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70.3 Eagleman

Cambridge, Maryland, United States

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70.3 Italy

Pescara, Abruzzo Region, Italy

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Nilsson and Bilham Brilliant in Barcelona

Nilsson and Bilham Brilliant in Barcelona

Monday 23 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

The Swiss women's champion impresses while the Swedish men’s champion strikes late. Smart tactics pay off a lot in long-distance events. Swede Patrik Nilsson was working hard for the win at IRONMAN 70.3 Barcelona, but moreover, was waiting long for the right moment to make his move. When Guillem Rojas (ESP) led the men’s pro field out of the water in 23:25, Nilsson was in 11th, but only 11 seconds behind and already in the mix. more

Böcherer Makes the Austrian Double in St. Pölten

Böcherer Makes the Austrian Double in St. Pölten

Monday 23 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Laura Philipp and Andreas Böcherer celebrate the victory in Austria thanks to stunning performances. Andreas Böcherer nailed down an awesome performance to take his second consecutive win in St. Pölten. The German ruled this race, especially on the bike course, forcing his opponents to show their absolute maximum. more

Ruzafa, Erbenova win XTERRA Portugal

Ruzafa, Erbenova win XTERRA Portugal

Monday 23 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Three-time XTERRA World Champion Ruben Ruzafa of Spain and three-time XTERRA European Tour Champion Helena Erbenova of the Czech Republic captured the elite titles at XTERRA Portugal on Saturday. more

Kienle and Jackson Tops in Tennessee

Kienle and Jackson Tops in Tennessee

Monday 23 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Sebastian Kienle and Heather Jackson proved strong at the Sunbelt Bakery IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga. Kienle showing good form Russia’s Ivan Tutukin was first to emerge form the point-to-point swim in the Tennessee River with a pack of eight trailing him eight to18 seconds later. The chase pack included Sammy Appleton (AUS), Christian Kramer (DEU), Kevin Rayan (USA), Kyle Buckingham (ZAF), Sebastian Kienle (DEU), Leon Griffin (AUS), Justin Metzler (USA) and Sam Holmes (USA). more

Middaugh, Snyder win XTERRA Oak Mountain

Middaugh, Snyder win XTERRA Oak Mountain

Sunday 22 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Josiah Middaugh and Suzie Snyder took home the elite titles at the XTERRA Oak Mountain off-road triathlon in Shelby County, Alabama this morning. The fourth of 10 stops on the 2016 XTERRA Pan America Tour had all the right ingredients … calm, clean, warm water to swim in, perfect racing weather, superb trail conditions, and great competition in both the amateur and elite fields. more

How to deal with a DNS

Tuesday 24 May 2016 Paul Moore
With the months of preparation you put into preparing for your A race, getting injured or sick at the last second can be devastating. The decision to drop out before things get worse is not an easy one, considering the time and money invested. First and foremost, give yourself time. It can be tempting to make a quick decision: to push through an injury, to sign up for a “redemption” race or to change direction. Wait a while before making any major decisions. After some time passes (I recommend at least two weeks), you will gain perspective on the true cause of your DNS. Learn from the experience so you can adjust your approach. Even seemingly random events, like bike crashes, can stem from a deeper root cause of pushing ourselves too hard. The next step is to focus on recovery. Whether you were derailed by a crash, an illness or simply lack of preparation time, the answer is not additional stress. Use the planned setback of the DNS as the start point for a deep “unloading” block of at...

The Rise Of Energy-Boosting Footwear

Tuesday 24 May 2016 Paul Moore
Adidas Ultra Boost - £130, Adidas.com 1 of {count} Back to Start View Larger Image. Adidas Ultra Boost - £130, Adidas.com View Larger Image. Saucony ISO 2 with Everun - £135, Saucony.comView Larger Image. New Balance Vazee Rush v2 - £85, Newbalance.comView Larger Image. Brooks Neuro - £115, Brooksrunning.com A look at the recent rise of energy-boosting footwear. Every athlete wants to run faster and jump higher. What if a shoe could help you do that? The new crop of running footwear doesn’t exactly go that far in promising performance enhancements, but recent advancement in midsole design signal a major leap forward. This progress is thanks to new compounds that have the potential to boost and return more energy with every foot strike. The Forerunner In 2013 Adidas unveiled its new Boost midsole technology, which employed tiny bubbles or capsules of...

The Crank #110

Tuesday 24 May 2016 Admin
Screen Shot 2016-05-24 at 4.08.22 PM Our “What the heck happened there?” Award goes to Jesse Thomas. Any time you beat Jan Frodeno you go and get a t-shirt printed. Thomas was majestic in his win and gave hope to many top level pros that Frodeno can be beaten. We didn’t see that coming. Frodeno though will learn from this and given he is the best pro in the world this ‘loss’ won’t be taken lightly. You can expect him to get even better coming off his injury. On the flip side of the Sebastian Kienle returned to the top step of the podium and spent the bike leg in Chattanooga showing the tri world he has lost none of his mojo. Tine Holst wins the “Slow Burn” Award this weekend. After giving up 14 minutes in the swim Holst went to work and proved that an Ironman is never over until it’s over. You know you’ve spent a long time in triathlon when your laptop doesn’t auto correct “Kahlefeldt”. Sam Appleton has all the tools to win a 70.3 World Title. He is unafraid of taking on the big dogs when he races...

Pioneer Expands Meter Line

Tuesday 24 May 2016
Pioneer now offers a single-leg installation kit ($499) for owners of Shimano 11-speed Dura-Ace, Ultegra, and 105 models, in 165mm to 180mm arm lengths.

CycleOps' Direct Drive Trainer

Tuesday 24 May 2016
Already the pervasive brand in stationary bike trainers, The Hammer takes dead aim at the growing smart trainer market.

Pregnant pause

Tuesday 24 May 2016 Admin
It’s safe to say that life has changed quite a lot since my last blog. My last update came in January fresh from my return from Chile and the Cayman Island: two half ironman in two weeks and I was setting out my race plans for 2016. Soon after coming home to Boulder we learnt I was pregnant! Big news for us! Big excitement! And, big changes ahead! It’s taken me a while to write an update about pregnancy life and that’s for a few reasons. Early on we wanted to keep things quiet. I found the first trimester to be a….I think confusing is the right word…time. We were massively excited and felt great joy seeing the positive pregnancy result, seeing our baby on the scan, hearing the heart beat but that excitement was coupled with a nervousness. During the first trimester the risk of miscarriage is at it’s highest and I felt like I was balancing a desire to plan and imagine the adventures ahead whilst at the same time feeling a certain reserve to not let myself get too far ahead of myself....

Stuck in a moment

Monday 23 May 2016 Noreply@blogger.com (Jennie Hansen)
The water is warm till you discover how deepWell, ok.  I guess that I should probably give a little bit of a brief synopsis over where I've been with the hip and pelvis and everything, and where I'm going with it for the three people left out there who actually care, rather than just post vague status updates about injections and frustrations and feigned optimism here and there.  It's time to just get objective up in this joint (joint...get it...like hip joint...).  Anyways, I don't really know where I left up with this whole saga.  I know I had sort of outlined the path that had brought me up to the PRP injections at the end of March-ischial tuberosity (ass) pain that had knocked me out at the end of December, a January spent trying injections and training through it that had only led to continued pain despite unclear MRI findings, and then attempts at decreased training, time off of the bike, deep tissue work, eccentric strengthening, core strengthening, lower...

Ironman Texas

Thursday 19 May 2016 Andrew Starykowicz
Ironman Texas 2016 The morning of Ironman Texas I was quite nervous, my ability to get to Kona was riding on a solid finish today.  The good thing was I did not need to be perfect, I just needed to race well, forget that…I am not points racing, I am here to win and I was ready to fly.  My training the last 6 weeks had gone nearly perfect and mentally I knew I had the right plan to master the scorching hot day ahead.  I say nearly because in the week before the race I had some mystery pains going on, but we always get funny pains during a taper. I mixed my bottles with different concentrations of Base Hydro, Amino, and salt while I ate my morning bowl of oats.  Then it was time to ride to transition in the pitch black.  After racking my bike and dropping my special needs bags off I lubed up with body glide and sun screen and headed off to the swim start area.  Race day would present another challenge, warm water which meant a lot more sweat equity on the swim. Finally the cannon fired and it was time to...

The 3 P's

Wednesday 18 May 2016 Noreply@blogger.com (rappstar)
© Scott Flathouse 2016 Ironman Texas The Woodlands, TX ★ 2016.05.14 After spending decades studying how people deal with setbacks, psychologist Martin Seligman found that there are three P’s—personalization, pervasiveness, and permanence—that are critical to how we bounce back from hardship. The seeds of resilience are planted in the way we process the negative events in our lives

IM Lanzarote Preview

Wednesday 18 May 2016 Jesse Thomas
Buenos días Ass Fans Locos! (thank you Google Translate) I’ve been in Lanzarote now for about 5 days and I’ve got two words for you – WIND and HILLS. It’s appropriate that I capitalize every mention of WIND and HILLS because the WIND and HILLS around here are easily deserving of all caps. There . . . → Read More: IM Lanzarote Preview

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