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Wasserstadt Triathlon

Hannover-Limmer, Germany

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Challenge Venice

Venice, Italy

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Schloss Triathlon Moritzburg

Moritzburg, Germany

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Balatonman

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Challenge Denmark

Herning, Denmark

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Saint-Malo, France

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Ironman France

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Ironman Austria

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Ironman Frankfurt

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Ironman UK

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Ironman Lake Placid

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Ironman Canada

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Ironman Vineman

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Ironman The Netherlands

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Madeira, Portugal

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CusioMan

Lake Orta, Italy

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Challenge Denmark

Herning, Denmark

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Triathlon Ingolstadt

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Challenge CamSur

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70.3 Hawaii

Kohala Coast, Hawaii, United States

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70.3 Switzerland

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70.3 Japan

Tokoname, Japan

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70.3 Raleigh

Raleigh,NC, United States

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70.3 Kraichgau

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

Kienle back on home ground at 70.3 Kraichgau

Kienle back on home ground at 70.3 Kraichgau

Wednesday 01 Jun 2016 [Triathlon News]

The Kraichgau region in southwest Germany is popular as a triathlon hotspot. Known as the land of the 1000 hills, the region offers everything: beautiful scenery, a demanding race course, and a culture representative of our sport. Thousands of spectators along the course make the race the ideal experience for every athlete. more

James Cunnama, C’est la vie

James Cunnama, C’est la vie

Wednesday 01 Jun 2016 [Triathlon News]

James Cunnama wants to overcome a bumpy start to 2016 with a solid outing in France on Sunday. James managed to squeeze a podium result from his first race of the season at Ironman 70.3 South Africa in January. His third place was a minor miracle considering his less-than-perfect race week – a bug buried itself deep in his ear canal, he had to take a course of antibiotics as a result and his prized Cervélo P5 was seriously damaged a few days before the event. more

Stunning race sees Spain’s Gomez ETU Champ

Stunning race sees Spain’s Gomez ETU Champ

Tuesday 31 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

For the Elite Men, this was time for a showdown. Olympic places are secured and now it is a chance for the most select of titles, European Champion. On the start line were a number who had held this coveted title. On the start line were some new kids on the block who thought that today, perhaps, there was a chance of changing the old guard with the new. more

Biking Brits blow women’s ETU race apart

Biking Brits blow women’s ETU race apart

Tuesday 31 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

For the Elite Women, the gamble was the same as for the men. Places for Rio were already pretty much decided and so long as nothing dreadful happened, this race was ideally timed for a test of readiness. Of course, there was also the small matter of points and prize-money and perhaps the chance of another European title. But who of these top-class women would be in with a chance? more

Baldellou and Cheethman win Challenge Salou

Baldellou and Cheethman win Challenge Salou

Monday 30 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

More than 1,100 participants raced in the second edition of PortAventura World CHALLENGE SALOU under a blazing sun that physically tested all athletes. Some thirty paricipants were forced to withdraw from the swim leg due to strong waves. Despite the difficult conditions most athletes continued to power through the swim leg with the first triathlete out of the water being Olympian Xavier Llobet followed by Iñaki Baldellou and Hungarian Balazs Csoke. more

IRONMAN Training in the C-Suite: Kevin Cleary's Balancing Act

Tuesday 31 May 2016
Kevin Cleary CLIF CEO The CEO of CLIF walks the talk. Learn how he fits it all in, while enjoying every minute.

Shark Attacks Triathletes At Corona Del Mar

Tuesday 31 May 2016 Triathlete.com
Age-group triathlete Maria Korcsmaros was attacked by a shark off the coast of Corona del Mar, Calif. on Sunday afternoon. The swimmer had bite marks in a half circle, teeth marks from her upper right shoulder in the back, down to her pelvis in front and to the other side of her buttocks. Multiple ribs were fractured. She had open chest wounds, and her lung was punctured. She lost at least a liter of blood. Doctors looked for teeth that might have been left in her body. Triathlete Maria Korcsmaros, a 52-year-old mother of three, had been attacked by a shark. “It was life before limb,” said Dr. Philip Rooter, director of orthopedic trauma and chairman of orthopedics. Details emerged Tuesday during a press conference at Orange County Global Medical Center in Santa Ana that gave an inside look at what the swimmer in Sunday’s shark attack off Corona del Mar endured, and how doctors had to swiftly spring into action to treat the trauma patient, who had a tourniquet wrapped around her arm to...

What Canyon’s U.S. Entry Means For Consumers, Shops

Tuesday 31 May 2016 Triathlete.com
Velonews.com’s Dan Cavallari writes about what Canyon’s direct-to-consumer model will mean for consumers and bike shops. The wait is finally over—almost. Bicycle Retailer reports that Canyon Bicycles will enter the U.S. market in early 2017, offering direct-to-consumer sales of its German-built bicycles. It’s great news for eager U.S. customers, and another daunting sign for local bike shops. Here’s how it works: Customers who order a Canyon receive the bike almost completely built out of the box, with minimal assembly required. It’s a model that has helped Canyon become one of the biggest bike brands in Europe. For its U.S. business, Canyon will still sell bicycles manufactured in its facility in Koblenz, Germany, however the company will warehouse additional inventory in the U.S. Canyon has plans to open a customer and technical support center. The company has yet to choose a location for these facilities. This is a big moment for U.S. consumers who have long lusted after...

Rain Forces CapTexTri Triathlon To Cancel Swim And Bike

Tuesday 31 May 2016 Triathlete.com
For the third year in a row rain cancelled part of the CapTex Triathlon, a Memorial Day tradition in Austin. Race directors first cancelled the swim portion of the event, but due to some flooding along the bike route, that portion of the race was cancelled too. “The swim just wasn’t feasible, the current was around four miles per hours. Which to an Olympic swimmer that’s going to be a challenging day,” spokesperson Scott Hutmacher said. “Parts of the bike course were wet and basically underwater with puddles.” The race ended as a 5k or 10k run for the participants. In 2015 the swim was cancelled and in 2014 the entire event was cancelled. Hutmacher said even though they’ve been unlucky on Memorial Day the past three years, they’ll continue to hold the race on the holiday in future years. Read more: Keyetv.com RELATED PHOTOS: 2013 Cap Tex Tri The post Rain Forces CapTexTri Triathlon To Cancel Swim And Bike appeared first on...

Ironman Cairns 2016 (June 12th) – Predictions

Tuesday 31 May 2016 Thorsten
IMCairnsLogo Previous Winners Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time 2011 Chris McCormack (AUS) 08:15:56 Rebekah Keat (AUS) 09:26:31 2012 David Dellow (AUS) 08:15:04 Carrie Lester (AUS) 09:21:00 2013 Luke McKenzie (AUS) 08:17:43 Liz Blatchford (AUS) 09:19:51 2014 Cameron Brown (NZL) 08:20:15 Liz Blatchford (AUS) 09:16:58 2015 Luke McKenzie (AUS) 08:18:01 Liz Blatchford (AUS) 09:11:49 In 2011 the race was run as “Challenge Cairns”. Last Year’s TOP 3 Male Race Results Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time 1 Luke McKenzie AUS 00:47:18 04:30:19 02:57:37 08:18:01 2 Cameron Brown NZL 00:49:44 04:40:42 02:52:54 08:26:22 3 Dylan McNeice NZL 00:44:54 04:49:41 02:58:40 08:36:55 Female Race Results Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time 1 Liz Blatchford AUS 00:49:54 05:07:37 03:10:30 09:11:49 2 Gina Crawford NZL 00:53:37 05:10:34 03:12:58 09:20:56 3 Michelle Bremer NZL 00:56:34 05:13:02 03:22:31 09:35:32 Course...

IMTX 2016: We All Get Stopped

Monday 30 May 2016 Admin
Texas IM 2016 (9) (Medium) Ironman Texas 2016: The Race that Didn’t Want to Happen. But we, as humans, triathletes, and Ironpeople…we were determined to make it happen. First it was the bike course that we didn’t have finalized, but then two weeks out, we did! Next it was the water in the lake; high E. Coli levels forced a change of course only 2 days before the event. No worries. Lake Woodlands was the perfect size for an out and back swim course, and nixing the poop canal was no problem. The gun sounded on a beautiful race morning, and all went off without a hitch. Despite some fog on the swim, the adjusted course was great. We had to make some turns on the bike, but I along with many others quite enjoyed the new route. And the run. What can go wrong there? Ah yes, Mother Nature…she can always strike! And that she did; throwing an unbelievable storm complete with hail, lightening and torrential rains on the final hours of the race. I was fortunate to be safe in the car, driving back to the hotel with Derick...

Kona 2015 + the roller coaster ride to get there

Wednesday 30 Dec 2015 Britta Martin
I know, I haven’t written a blog for a very long time, but the approaching of the end of the year is always a good time to look back and reflect. For me, it is not just the end of 2015, but the end of a two year project. For the last two years, I have had one goal in my mind and that was qualifying for Hawaii and having my best possible race there. [...] The post Kona 2015 + the roller coaster ride to get there appeared first on Britta Martin.

‘Kona’ – The day before the biggest day of your life…

Saturday 12 Oct 2013 Britta Martin
The day before the biggest race of your life. More thoughts from the No. 1 supporter. It is 8:05am; Britta and I are out for one last spin, the day before the biggest triathlon on the planet. We are stopped at the traffic lights on the corner of Palani Road and the Queen Ka’Ahumanu highway, surely the most famous crossroad in triathlon. Behind me I can hear Britta chirp into conversation: Middle [...] The post ‘Kona’ – The day before the biggest day of your life… appeared first on Britta Martin.

The other side – A supporter’s view leading up to Ironman Sweden.

Saturday 17 Aug 2013 Britta Martin
Cheer up Sweden! For a country with so much to be joyful about the locals here in Kalmar sure are looking a bit glum. Maybe it is the high tax rate or the thought that a long dark winter is fast approaching. Volvo, Abba, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Pippi Longstocking, Ikea, Absolut Vodka, The Nobel Prize, and let’s not forget, the Swedish Chef from the Muppet Show! Surely these are a few things [...] The post The other side – A supporter’s view leading up to Ironman Sweden. appeared first on Britta Martin.

Ironman Melbourne

Monday 01 Apr 2013 Britta Martin
Finally, here is my Ironman Melbourne update. Sorry it took a bit longer, but it took a while to get my head around what happened in the race. I am still very disappointed with the result, but I will try to move on and focus on the positive parts of the race. I didn’t have a very good build up to this race. I developed an injury at the beginning of January. I could swim [...] The post Ironman Melbourne appeared first on Britta Martin.

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