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Fitting Anniversary Winners at IRONMAN Australia

Fitting Anniversary Winners at IRONMAN Australia

Sunday 03 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

As befits the 30th anniversary celebrations, the honours were hard and bravely fought at the Toyota IRONMAN Australia. The men’s race came down to the wire at Port Macquarie, Australia today as two former winners battled for bragging rights at the 30th Anniversary of the world’s fourth oldest IRONMAN race. more

Young Guns Fire in Busselton

Young Guns Fire in Busselton

Sunday 03 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

Two young homegrown triathletes out-shone rivals in Western Australia. Young guns Sam Appleton and Felicity Sheedy-Ryan edged more illustrious rivals to win the SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton in Western Australia. Appleton, a rising star on the Australian IRONMAN scene, edged the 2008 world champion Terenzo Bozzone on the run to claim the men’s honours. Meanwhile ITU specialist Sheedy-Ryan, a local Western Australian triathlete, held off the experienced Liz Blatchford to win the women’s title f more

Runaway Wins for Don and Wurtele in St. George

Runaway Wins for Don and Wurtele in St. George

Sunday 03 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

Tim Don and Heather Wurtele’s superb runs and race strategies garnered the pair 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 North American Pro Championship titles. Todd Skipworth (AUS) and Jon Bird (CAN) scampered up the swim finish ramp together after recording 23:15 swim times. A group of 11 men, containing all the contenders, were less than minute off the pace of the leaders and included Ben Collins (USA), Brent McMahon (CAN), Andreas Raelert (DEU), Tim Don (GBR) and Andrew Yoder (USA). more

Ironman Australia preview

Ironman Australia preview

Friday 01 May 2015 [Triathlon News]

In a year that sees IRONMAN Australia turn 30 years old, the champions look set to cause a severe case of déjà vu. Three past men’s champions will be battling it out next month in a bid to become a dual winner of the fourth oldest IRONMAN event in the world. Australia’s Pete Jacobs (2011) will take on compatriots Paul Ambrose (2012) and Luke Bell (2013) over the challenging Port Macquarie course in the 30th IRONMAN Australia. The women’s race looks set to be a trans-Tasman battle with 2012 champ more

70.3 St. George preview

70.3 St. George preview

Thursday 30 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

The 2015 70.3 regional championship series will continue with this weekend’s 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 North American Pro Championship St. George triathlon and will feature some of the most prestigious names in the world of triathlon. more

Michelle Bremer wins IRONMAN Australia 2015

Monday 04 May 2015 David@blitzmag.com.au (TMSM)
Michelle Bremer wins Ironman Australia 2015 - IMAGE - Triathlon & Multisport Michelle Bremer (NZL) won the women's title at IRONMAN Australia in Port Macquarie on Sunday.

Paul Ambrose claims second IRONMAN Australia title

Monday 04 May 2015 David@blitzmag.com.au (TMSM)
Paul Ambrose wins second IRONMAN Australia race - IMAGE - Triathlon & Multisport   Paul Ambrose claimed his second IRONMAN Australia title in Port Macquarie on Sunday.

Boecherer, Zelinka, Perfect in Provence

Sunday 03 May 2015
Andreas Boecherer dominated the IRONMAN 70.3 Pays d’Aix from the swim start to the finish line, while the young Gabriella Zelinka makes a mark.

Toyota Ironman Australia Review

Sunday 03 May 2015 Admin
We review the 30th Anniversary of the Toyota Ironman Australia with former champion Luke Bell. The article Toyota Ironman Australia Review was first published on firstoffthebike.com.

Ironman Australia 2015 – Analyzing Results

Sunday 03 May 2015 Thorsten
Course Conditions This year’s race in Port Macquarie had pretty slow conditions, especially on the run. A low adjustment of -2:35 (mainly caused by a -1:16 run) leads to a new course rating of 4:15. After a few year’s of smaller fields (9 athletes in 2012 and 8 in 2013), this year had a larger field with 16 Pros. Male Race Results Paul Ambrose took the lead in the second half of the bike, building a lead of almost 7 minutes into T2. Luke Bell was working hard to close the gap and whittled it down to about a minute with 5k to go. Paul was then able to find another gear and won by just over two minutes while Luke Bell had to settle for second. Brian Fuller finished third, resulting in an all-Australian podium. Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to expected Prize Money 1 Paul Ambrose AUS 00:47:34 04:39:24 03:05:22 08:35:53 -12:50 US$ 10000 2 Luke Bell AUS 00:44:58 04:49:01 03:01:01 08:38:34 -14:46 US$ 5000 3 Brian Fuller AUS 00:48:28 04:49:53 ...

Tenerife, Fuerte' & Volcano Triathlons (03.05.15)

Sunday 03 May 2015 Corinne
Training races - making mistakes, getting out-raced and getting goop on your handlebars.

Chilled to the bone in Busselton

Sunday 03 May 2015 Tim
raceimagefinal For those of you who were concerned after reading my tweet following Busselton 70.3 on Saturday – it’s all good… tits are still attached. Ego is bruised, back is still sore when I bend down and I’m feeling very disappointed about my result. I’ll keep this race report short and sweet. Rough day today @im703busso froze my tits off and still suffering with a sore back. Onwards and upwards. — Tim Van Berkel (@TimBerkel) May 2, 2015 A Frosty Start We lined up for the start of the swim at Geographe Bay and the temperature registered 3 degrees. Apparent temp was actually closer to zero. That’s bloody cold! Having said that, I had a great swim. Back felt okay, I stayed in the front group, sticking right on Sticksy’s heels, and came out of the water in 24:53. I hit T1 and as soon as I took my wetsuit off, I got really cold. Jumped on the bike and as I headed out onto the course I felt like I was riding like an old man. Wasn’t actually doing too badly, but by the 67km mark I was...

Andy läuft in St. George aufs Podest

Saturday 02 May 2015 Julia Böttner
Platz 3Guter Saisonstart mit Rang drei in Utah – Brite Tim Don gewinnt die Ironman 70.3 North American Championship – Generalprobe für Ironman Texas gelungenSt. George. Mit dem dritten Rang beim Ironman 70.3 St. George ist Andreas Raelert in die Saison 2015 gestartet. In einem hervorragend besetzten Starterfeld gelang es ihm, im abschließenden Halbmarathon auf das Podest zu laufen. In 3:51:56 Stunden gewann der Brite Tim Don, der im vergangenen Jahr Dritter der Weltmeisterschaft im Ironman 70.3 wurde. Platz zwei sicherte sich der Kanadier Brent McMahon, der in 3:53:22 Stunden nur knapp vor Andreas Raelert ins Ziel lief. Der Rostocker folgte in 3:53:39 Stunden lediglich 17 Sekunden hinter dem starken Kanadier. „Insgesamt bin ich zufrieden mit meinem ersten Saisonrennen“, sagte Andreas Raelert nach dem Podestplatz bei den Ironman 70.3 North American Pro Championship, „es war der erwartet harte Auftakt in einem extrem starken Teilnehmerfeld. Tim Don und Brent McMahon haben während des...

Texas 703: Work with What You Got

Friday 01 May 2015 Admin
kelly and sandy muscles …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...

Rivet TT – The New Helmet On The Block

Friday 01 May 2015 Tim
2015_Giant_Rivet_TT_Black Scone. Nut. Noodle. Block. You’ve got to love Aussie slang. Where else would you find so many colourful terms to describe your head? I’m racing the Busselton 70.3 today and if you look carefully you’ll notice that I’m rocking a different brain-bucket. A brand new, hi-tech helmet from Giant is going to be protecting my melon on the course today. It’s called the Rivet TT and it’s a pretty impressive piece of gear. All jokes aside, Giant have spent a great deal of time and money to develop their most aerodynamic and comfortable helmet yet. They’ve tuned it using a process called Computational Fluid Dynamics and tested it extensively in the wind tunnel and in real-life, on the skulls of the Team-Giant-Alpecin pros. From the strategically placed dimples on the top of the helmet, to improve laminar flow, to the ‘drag-neutral’ ports and internal-channels, which make up the cooling system, it’s designed for speed and comfort. And not just to benefit the pros. The design was created to work...

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