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Wasserstadt Triathlon

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Schloss Triathlon Moritzburg

Moritzburg, Germany

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Balatonman

Balatonfured, Hungary

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Challenge Denmark

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Nagasaki, Japan

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Ironman Florianopolis

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Ironman Austria

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Ironman Switzerland

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Ironman UK

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Ironman Canada

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Bilboa Triathlon

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Toughman IN

Richmond, IN, United States

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Half Triatlon De Sevilla

Seville, Spain

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Challenge Salou Costa Daurada

Salou, Spain

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Outlaw Half

Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Challenge San Gil

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Challenge Denmark

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70.3 Hawaii

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70.3 Switzerland

Lake of Zurich, Switzerland

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Tokoname, Japan

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70.3 Boise

Boise, Idaho, United States

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70.3 Boulder

Boulder, Colorado, United States

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

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

Brownlees gunning for gold on home turf

Brownlees gunning for gold on home turf

Thursday 28 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

While we’ve come to count on the Spaniards and Brits scorching through the World Triathlon Series, sprint races always present the opportunity for a new mixture of faces on the podium. With the likes of Mario Mola (ESP), Alistair Brownlee (GBR), Jonathan Brownlee (GBR), Vincent Luis (FRA) and Richard Murray (RSA) all turning out for World Triathlon London, all bets are off in this splash and dash distance this Sunday. more

New Date for IRONMAN Asia-Pacific Championship

New Date for IRONMAN Asia-Pacific Championship

Wednesday 27 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

The 2016 IRONMAN Asia-Pacific Championship in Melbourne triathlon will now take place on Sunday, March 20. Due to the recent announcement by the FIA that the 2016 Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix will be held on April 3, IRONMAN Asia-Pacific decided it best to change the date of the championship in order to provide the best possible race experience for our athletes and spectators. more

70.3 becomes Two Day Event

70.3 becomes Two Day Event

Wednesday 27 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

IRONMAN today announced that the 2017 IRONMAN® 70.3® World Championship triathlon will be held in the United States. Three cities, all of which currently host IRONMAN® or IRONMAN® 70.3® races, have been named as the finalists in the selection process – Chattanooga (Tennessee), Lake Placid (New York) and St. George (Utah). In addition, the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will be a two-day event – with the professional women and age group women racing on one day and the professional men and a more

Stephen Baster: Triathlon has helped my career

Thursday 28 May 2015 David@blitzmag.com.au (Tim Guille)
Stephen Baster, triathlete and jockey - PHOTO - Triathlon & Multisport   Triathletes are known to pay lots of attention to their nutrition, in particular the ‘carb load’ before an event. So how does a professional jockey fuel correctly for a triathlon when his career is so weight obsessed? Tim Guille spoke to top Melbourne jockey Stephen Baster to find out.

Kona Calling

Thursday 28 May 2015 Triathlete.com
Want to qualify for the big show? Outside of dedicated hard training and a little bit of luck, the key to giving yourself the best shot is to play to your strengths. The post Kona Calling appeared first on Triathlete.com.

Video: Matty Reed swim training advice

Thursday 28 May 2015 Paul Moore
Longtime pro and multiple international race winner Matty Reed gives his pro advice for age groupers training or the triathlon swim.

How to adapt for racing in different climates

Thursday 28 May 2015 Paul Moore
Photo: Thierry Deketelaere / EndurapixThose of us triathletes who are not fortunate enough to live in a year-round warm-weather climate are relegated to indoor cycling and bundled-up running in frigid temps for several months each winter. Many of us select early-season races by location—a great excuse to travel somewhere warm in May. Then, as race day approaches, we realise our bodies will not be acclimated to the heat, and that our nutritional needs will be very different and intake must be adjusted. But how? I have done early-season warmer races, including Ironman 70.3 St. Croix and Wildflower Long Course. I remember how hot I felt in comparison to my home training climate at that time of year. When traveling from a cold to warm climate, the sudden temperature increase will predispose your body to overheating sooner and cause your sweat rate to increase as your body works to keep itself cool. Unless you have the luxury of a full two-week acclimatisation period to train in the race...

Speedwork for beginner runners

Thursday 28 May 2015 Paul Moore
Photo: Shutterstock<!–pagetitle:Speedwork for beginners—> Suzanne is a runner—though she says not a “real runner”—and started running three years ago to get back in shape after the birth of her second child. Over a few months, she progressed from a walk/run around the block to running 2-4 days per week, covering 3-5 miles each run and up to 10 miles in her long runs on the weekend. Like most of us, Suzanne soon realised that running was so much more than just a way to get in shape. She treasures morning runs with her training partners, and talking through life’s ups and downs as the miles roll past. Despite running a few 5Ks and 10Ks—and even two half marathons—Suzanne was intimidated by the local running group and their workouts. But she wanted to get fitter and thus would push herself to run faster in races. In her words, she’s “not training for the Olympics” but knows she needs to do some “real runner” workouts to boost her fitness. Sound familiar? Many runners I’ve worked...

"Head full of doubt, road full of promise"

Tuesday 26 May 2015 Noreply@blogger.com (Jennie Hansen)
  Here's the thing about comebacks, if that's what we want to call them.  They're not the nice, clean, linear journey back up to glory that we think they should be.  You get knocked down, you think that you've paid your dues to karma, the universe, whatever it is, and that it's going to be a steady trip up back above where you've started as long as you put in your time, and do your work.  But that's not true.  One bad thing happening doesn't automatically build up immunities to other setbacks.  It's like a long climb on a ride, when you're not sure where the top is, and you're not quite sure if you're ever even going to make it there.  Sometimes, the road dips back down again, and while it's a momentary relief, deep down you're cursing it, because it's just taking you further away from where you want to be.  But, the steepest, hardest, most challenging portions are the ones that pack the most punch in getting you there.   Anyways, this...

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

Tuesday 26 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...

Debut Ironman Experience – Lanzarote

Tuesday 26 May 2015 Will
sands beach crew Well, I can officially call myself an Ironman I guess, what a huge day trip that was in Lanzarote. I felt like preparation went ok for my debut Ironman. I can’t say I was in top shape at all, just didn’t have the time to get that, lets say I was inconsistently good!  I personally thought it was enough to get a good result here but not this time. The swim was fine, I didn’t know what to expect from a 3.8k swim, I thought it’d probably bore the hell out of me but actually it went very quickly and wasn’t too bad! It was almost backstoke-able at times so really it was more of a warm up for what was to come. Pointer to all the athletes who raced! Did you see that GIANT Manta Ray that swam under us? T1 went smoothly and we spit the pack into 2 groups. I was with some strong guys and to be honest they were riding a bit too hard for my liking. I had the aim of finishing the bike with 285w best case scenario. 280w maybe more realistic. That meant probably being on...

Barcelona and onwards.

Wednesday 11 Jun 2014 Will
Before ride Hello everybody, thanks for tapping in. Things are going well for me as we hit half way through the season. I’m just getting stuck into a meaty taper for UK 70.3 down in Wimbleball and I think I’m probably coming into some of my best shape of the season so far. It’s all very nice when you’re resting up knowing that you have good legs. Not a bad gig sitting on the sofa super-compensating, getting fitter as you chug through your cup of tea! I’m pretty happy with the season so far. I’ve managed to bag three 2nd places in 70.3 events. Most recently from the Barcelona 70.3 which was a fantastic race! Probably about time I turn it around and get a win, but already this season is better then last year. It’s a brilliant race down in Barcelona, nice point to point sea swim, very very solid hilly bike course and flat run along the Med. We had another quality field of athletes with Victor Del Corral, Terenzo Bozzone, Jan Van Berkel, Bruno Pais, Sylvain...

Introducing the Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team

Monday 20 Jan 2014 Lizblatchford
I am extremely excited to announce my joining the Uplace BMC Professional Triathlon team. This year the team has expanded from a purely Belgian team of the previous years to an truly international team. Personally the team offers me incredible … Continue reading →

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