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Strongman

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Lionel Sanders, Thoughts on Oceanside

Lionel Sanders, Thoughts on Oceanside

Thursday 02 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

On Saturday I raced Oceanside 70.3 in California. Wow! What an experience. It was my first time ever going to California. Man was it ever beautiful. It was also my first time ever going to a race by myself. I was a bit nervous about the logistics of renting a car, navigating from San Diego to Oceanside, booking a hotel, etc. but it all went smoothly. I was also fortunate in that my coach Barrie Shepley drove all the way from Tucson to support both myself and my C3-High Performance team-mate Tayl more

Sam Appleton, Challenge Batemans Bay

Sam Appleton, Challenge Batemans Bay

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

I couldn’t have asked for a better start to my 2015 season. After ending last year in a disappointing way, I am really proud of myself to have turned it all around into the best form I’ve ever had. Since racing Huskisson in February I have relocated up north to Byron. I was initially going to try and settle into my new environment and not race Batemans Bay, but Tim and I decided that with two really solid weeks we could get my body into winning shape. more

Frederik van Lierde, Victory at Ironman South Africa

Frederik van Lierde, Victory at Ironman South Africa

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

I worked hard on my fitness throughout the whole winter. All with one aim in mind: achieving a stunning performance at the IRONMAN South Africa. I didn’t expect to dominate this way, which is why I’m extremely proud of this victory. more

2015 IRONMAN 70.3 Princeton Cancelled

2015 IRONMAN 70.3 Princeton Cancelled

Tuesday 31 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

We regret to inform you that the 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 Princeton triathlon will not take place this September. IRONMAN is responsible for securing a race course which meets the high standards of our brand and provides our athletes an unparalleled race experience. Race courses must also be approved by the local authorities. Unfortunately, after numerous attempts, we were not granted the necessary approvals for the bike course. more

Allen, Slack win XTERRA Saipan Champs

Allen, Slack win XTERRA Saipan Champs

Tuesday 31 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Ben Allen from Australia and Jacqui Slack of Great Britain won the 14th annual XTERRA Saipan Championship race in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands on Saturday. It’s the fourth year in a row Allen won the title, matching Olivier Marceau’s streak from 2004-07. For Slack, it’s her second Saipan victory in three years. Both led from wire-to-wire in wet conditions that made the already difficult jungle bike and run courses all the more treacherous. more

Master the Course: Eagleman

Thursday 12 Mar 2015
master the course ironman eagleman Get tips for racing your best on this flat and fast course.

Orca appoints new US Sales Manager

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015 LAVA Editors
Orca has announced today that they have appointed Kurt Luoni as the new US Sales Manager to further develop the growing US market for the Orca brand. Kurt brings to the US team a vast amount of experience with a background in sales management in the cycling and triathlon industry, both in the US and globally. Kurt will be based in Encinitas, San Diego and will manage and motivate the sales reps spread through out the States, as well as taking care of key US accounts to ensure greater brand awareness and increased sales of Orca product. Kurt will also be involved in the global Orca team providing expertise to other markets as required. Orca general manager Jon Coloma comments, “We are pleased to welcome Kurt to the team and are confident that Orca will benefit from his broad experience in the triathlon industry to grow sales in the US.” Orca US director Gonzalo García de Salazar comments, “Kurts’s background will further support Orca’s position as a market leading triathlon...

Luke Bell's IRONMAN Journey comes full circle

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015
Luke Bell wins at IRONMAN Australia 2013 Daniel Hoy looks back into the history of IRONMAN Australia that celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Zell Am See-Kaprun

Wednesday 04 Mar 2015
From flying llamas to speeding cars, Zell Am See-Kaprun is a unique race destination.

Ex-Navy SEAL Shot 27 Times Training For 70.3 Florida

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015 Triathlete.com
Photo by Evelyn Reinson.Former Navy SEAL Mike Day has raised $80,000 ahead of this month’s Ironman 70.3 Florida. Mike Day, a former Navy SEAL who says he was shot 27 times in Iraq, is training for a half-Ironman competition in Florida and has raised nearly $80,000 for a brain treatment center for service men and women. Day was wounded in 2007, when his team went up against Al-Qaeda fighters near Fallujah, Iraq. He walked into an ambush, Day says, and was shot 27 times. Eleven rounds were stopped by his body armor, but the rest hit him in the arms, legs, buttocks, scrotum and abdomen, he says on his fundraising web site. Read more: Nydailynews.com RELATED: Dare2tri Offering Triathlon Clinic For Injured Military The post Ex-Navy SEAL Shot 27 Times Training For 70.3 Florida appeared first on Triathlete.com.

Using a CVAC Pod in my Ongoing Fitness Battle

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015 Lesley
One of the regular weapons in my pro-fitness/recovery armory is a CVAC (Cyclic Variations in Adaptive Conditioning) pod which I try and use at least once or twice a week. Basically it works by me sitting in an enclosed CVAC pod which acts like an altitude simulator. While I’m sitting there the system simulates drastic changes in altitude. Working without chemicals or nitrogen/oxygen separators to manipulate the concentration of oxygen, the system works within the natural/breathable atmosphere to produce benefits like those you can get from conventional aerobic and anaerobic exercise. Personally I feel there are a couple of big benefits for an athlete like myself who not only pushes her body to the edge almost every day in training, but has to also contend with unpredictable repercussions as a result of my ongoing Lyme’s Disease and other digestive problems. The first benefit is that I feel it’s great for lymphatic drainage and toxin removal often associated with my Lyme’s Disease....

Do the Dome?

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015 Andrew Starykowicz
bottle I started writing this as a technical document but let’s face it. I should be doing other things and so should you so I will write this more as an abstract. Over the course of the last 4 years I have been to many test facilities including A2, CMEFE, and done multiple velodrome tests regarding dome top bottles. I tested multiple bottles between the arms (BTA), down tube, seat tube, and with multiple behind the saddle single & double mounts. When the standard bottle is BTA it is in turbulent air and essentially a free nutritional storage place without an increase in drag. When adding a dome top bottle facing forward there is negligible difference when compared to a standard bottle, but when the bottle is facing rearward (dome toward the saddle) the drag was slightly lower than a forward facing dome shape bottle. Now the differences talked about above were consistent but very very small, we’re talking fractions of a Watt yet this explains why there is a business for BTA systems. On...

Week #13: The Phillies 5k

Wednesday 01 Apr 2015 Jocelyn Wong (noreply@blogger.com)
on the Phillies' Facebook page! Mon 3/23. off Tues 3/24. ran :50 on the trails. Wed 3/25. biked 1:00 spin on the trainer. Thurs 3/26. ran 1:00 easy (but felt hard!) Fri 3/27. swam :30. first swim of the YEAR! Sat 3/28. ran 22:15 @ Phillies 5k Sun 3/29. biked 1:30, moderate spin on trainer while watching Glee on demand (series finale?! Rachel marries Jesse St. James?!) Totals: swam :30, biked

Challenge Batemans Bay

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Noreply@blogger.com (Sam Appleton)
I couldn’t have asked for a better start to my 2015 season. After ending last year in a disappointing way, I am really proud of myself to have turned it all around into the best form I’ve ever had. Since racing Huskisson in February I have relocated up north to Byron. I was initially going to try and settle into my new environment and not race Batemans Bay, but Tim and I decided that with two really solid weeks we could get my body into winning shape. Batemans Bay has been a happy hunting ground for me in the past, and this is the fourth year in a row I have made the sojourn south of Sydney to this beautiful coastal town. Race morning rolled around and after setting up my transition I felt oddly calm, usually I am a hive of nerves and anxiety leading up to the start. I started the swim farthest to the right, making sure I can keep an eye on everyone because I breathe to the left. Jake Montgomery set a quick pace and I slotted in behind him for the first lap, but I lost his feet...

2015 IM 70.3 Oceanside

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Melanie@racergirl.com (melanie)
IMG 2357 I am so impressed with how fast the ladies field was this year and how deep the talent ran.  Wow to both Heather Jackson and Heather Wurtele for continuing to hold this race by the throat by trading off wins, this was HJ’s year.  Welcome to super-fast Holly Lawrence who came in under the radar and almost rode away with the race and held off fourth place Alicia Kaye.  The Canadians definitely came out guns blazing with Angela Duncan in fifth and solid Rachel McBride in 6th.  Magali would have been in the mix without a mechanical.  Go Canada!  Speaking of Canada, how about 3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th in the men’s with Lionel, Brent, Taylor and Trevor kicking ass in top 10.  Never has the Canadian long course talent been deeper. Add to that my friend Marilyn Arsenault's win in the master's division at the Carlsbad 5000 - yay Mar!  Good times. Most of team Canada... missing the Wurteles, Angela Naeth and Alicia Kaye and including coaches Cliff English and...

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