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Extrememan Nagyatad

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Berlin Triathlon XL

Berlin, Germany

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Xman xxx

Exmoor National Park, United Kingdom

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Pieštany, Slovakia

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Norseman Xtreme

Geilo, Norway

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Thor Beach triathlon

Thorsminde, Denmark

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Calgary, Canada

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Aurlandsvangen, Norway

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70.3 Budapest

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70.3 Ecuador

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Cebu, Philippines

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70.3 Gdynia

Gdynia, Poland

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70.3 Steelhead

Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States

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70.3 European Championship

Wiesbaden, Germany

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Lauren Goss returns to defend 70.3 Ecuador Crown

Lauren Goss returns to defend 70.3 Ecuador Crown

Friday 29 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

A beach lover's paradise, IRONMAN 70.3 Ecuador beckons those looking for a chance to race in exotic Ecuador. The 2016 edition will take place on July 31st, 2016 in Manta, which is located on the Pacific Ocean Coast. In addition to the spectacular scenery and leisure activities, athletes and their families will enjoy mild weather and an enthusiastic, cheering community, which creates an unbeatable environment for an unforgettable race. more

Ironman Maastricht Gruelling triathlon appeals to Bas Diederen

Ironman Maastricht Gruelling triathlon appeals to Bas Diederen

Friday 29 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

The second Ironman Maastricht—Limburg, which will start and finish in Maastricht on 31 July 2016, will be every bit as gruelling as the first one last year. “That goes for both the bike course and the run course,” says the reigning men’s winner after his first course inspection today. “The organisers may have scrapped the steep climb up Cauberg Hill, but tackling Côte de Hallembaye twice is quite a challenge, not to mention running up St Pietersberg four times.” more

Cunnama & Collonge Triumph Triathlon EDF Alpe d’Huez LD

Cunnama & Collonge Triumph Triathlon EDF Alpe d’Huez LD

Friday 29 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

The 11th Edition of the EDF Alpe d’Huez Triathlon offered us an exceptional show . Over a 1000 athletes lined up on the starting line this morning at 9:30 in the Lac du Verney, the water was 16° (take note participants of the Triathlon M!). The crowd was definitely loud under this beautiful sun, it created a joyful and cheerful atmosphere, it gown with the performance of the winners of the day Cunnama (South Africa) and Jeanne Collonge (France). more

Ironman Vineman who will be the pick of the crop ?

Ironman Vineman who will be the pick of the crop ?

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

One of the prettiest and most popular races on the circuit, IRONMAN Vineman offers a unique blend of pinot and PR's. The Continental United States' oldest full-distance event, the IRONMAN Vineman triathlon has been a California classic for decades. The experience which Vineman athletes have will be unmatched, as they swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles through beautiful Sonoma County's wine country. more

Athlete’s ready to do Battle at 70.3 Budapest

Athlete’s ready to do Battle at 70.3 Budapest

Thursday 28 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

One of the world's most beautiful capital cities makes its mark on the global triathlon map. The spine of the race course is the Blue Ribbon of Europe, the river Danube, which runs along the Buda hills and the Palace District. Crossing the world famous Chain Bridge, you will pass by the most spectacular sights of the city - offering a sightseeing adventure like non the city, nor IRONMAN competitors, have seen before more

Have you considered triathlon insurance?

Friday 29 Jul 2016 Norsemen
Have you considered insurance when competing, training or even organising an event? At Beyond Going Long we work on both supplying services and support to events organisers, and delivering our own sporting events throughout the year. We caught up with Protectivity to find out what participants and organisers should consider when thinking about insurance. We’ve put questions to Commercial Director of Protectivity, Andy Brownsell to share some helpful advice to ensure organisers don’t face unwanted obstacles and participants go problem-free! TIPS FOR THE EVENT ORGANISERS What are the main risks that event organisers should be aware of? The primary concern is the safety and welfare of those competing, it’s important to have safe working practices and ensure they are shared with any other organisations coming together for the event. Work with the local authorities to ensure roads are closed or rolling blocks are in place to ensure the safety of participants on the route is...

Elliot Smales, Natalie Seymour, claim victory at Castle Howard

Friday 29 Jul 2016 Norsemen
The sun was shining for a glorious triathlon festival this weekend at Castle Howard in Yorkshire (23/24 July 2016). Triathletes made history; Smales and Seymour broke the course records for the Gauntlet (half iron distance), inspirational Bailey Matthews returned with a PB and Claire Cunningham, British Olympic Para Triathlete, joined the sprint field before setting off for the Rio Olympics 2016. 2,000 competitors accomplished their own tri achievements over the eight admirable distances including top elites, first timers and 500 children. Bailey back and faster than ever 1 year ago, a little boy with cerebral palsy demonstrated what true courage looks like by completing his first ever Triathlon at Castle Howard at the age 8. Now, one year on, Bailey was back, having completed a further three triathlons, returning to the venue that launched his amazing journey to inspire a nation. Faster than ever, with a 7 minute PB, Bailey once more broke the hearts of the huge crowd as he crossed...

Aquabike To Debut At ITU Multisport World Champs In Penticton

Friday 29 Jul 2016 Paul Moore
For the first time ever, Aquabike will be contested at the ITU World Championship level next August in Penticton at the 2017 ITU Multisport World Championships. Read the news from Triathlon.org below: A race that combines long distance swimming and biking, adding Aquabike to the festival lineup offers age group athletes the opportunity to earn another world title at one World Championship event in the picturesque city of Penticton August 18-27, 2017. “The multisport world continues to grow at an incredible rate,” said ITU President and IOC Member Marisol Casado. “Offering multisport races like Aquabike promotes the growth of triathlon worldwide, as it makes the sport accessible to everyone of all ages and abilities no matter where they are.” “We are thrilled to be adding Aquabike World Championships to the docket at ITU Multisport World Championships in Penticton next August. The addition of Aquabike means the Multisport World Championships is truly complete, with five World...

Challenge Roth – A Different Perspective

Friday 29 Jul 2016 Paul Moore
I love that feeling of cold water rushing over my body as it seals me into my neoprene outer skin. This means it’s race time. I couldn’t have been more excited. I’d spent the previous two months since Ironman Lanzarote struggling with a back injury and had barely trained during this time. I’m always willing to play race roulette and start, even if it means a long ugly day. Fortunately, travelling with some other keen and speedy racers, a couple of supporters and a physio who worked magic on body, helped me no end. I was in the water and ready to take on my favourite race on the planet. I knew it wasn’t going to be fast or pretty, but hoped the on course love would get me through. After a warm-up I moved towards the start where a line of green caps filled my view ahead. I could hear the screaming crowds who were lining the banks and bridge behind. To my left the sun started to rise, and despite being hidden behind the morning clouds, it illuminated the colourful hot air balloons...

The Kona Q bike of Even Evensen

Friday 29 Jul 2016
Even Evensen of Oregon grabbed a Kona qualification spot in M65-69 at the 2016 Subaru IRONMAN Canada aboard this Specialized Roubaix road bike.

MVA Racing: the last four years

Tuesday 17 Sep 2013 Noreply@blogger.com (MarkyV)
Over these first four years of devoting myself solely to coaching (still working on getting back to my own racing tho) I've been very fortunate to have had the chance to work with a multitude of talented, driven athletes.  This has resulted in 24 athletes having qualified for the big hula dance in that time and three podium appearances and umeke bowls.  While that seems to be the standard that so many set as the goal to be obtained the fulfillment that I've gotten from it all is far more.  It's the daily interactions with my athletes both locally and around the globe.  The curiosity they have towards self improvement, the elation they experience when success is found and seeing the fruits of their labour laid out before them after a great race.  Having the chance to make a change in people's lives to improve them, to help them achieve their athletic ambitions but also to help them view the world through a different lens.  There's a reason I say my work is...

What I’ve Learned Wednesday: Hard Work Matters

Wednesday 27 Jul 2016 Admin
20150803_175725 One of the many things I love about endurance training is the time we have to ourselves. Time to feel our body working hard, enjoy the environment around us and let our thoughts wander in and out. Today while riding long, I was thinking about the process. We all work hard; but I know for me, there are times I feel more motivated than others. This year has been challenging as it hasn’t been a smooth ‘flow’ of train-race-recover-repeat.  When the body doesn’t fully cooperate, it’s easy to lose some motivation. However, I often find that it’s during times of adversity and setbacks that I’m forced to ask myself why I’m doing it, why it matters, and how much I’m willing to do to get back to where I want to be. Call me crazy but, I tend to embrace these challenges as much as a hard session or a competition. So, my epiphany of today was this. Hard Work Matters. The process matters. How many times have you put in months of work only to get to race day and fall flat? And you’re left thinking...

8X IRONMAN Champion Luke McKenzie Joins Gatorade Endurance Team

Monday 14 Mar 2016 Luke McKenzie
Luke McKenzie and Beth Gerdes test at GSSI in Barrington Illinois Luke McKenzie testing at GSSI in Barrington Illinois March 14th, 2016 Sports Fuel Company to Help Pro Triathlete Improve Fueling for Races CHICAGO, Illinois – March 14, 2016 – Gatorade Endurance announced the signing of eight-time IRONMAN® Champion, Luke McKenzie, to its official athlete roster. McKenzie, one of the leading professional triathletes in long-distance triathlon, is joined by partner and IRONMAN® Champion, Beth Gerdes, who joined the team late in 2015 before the IRONMAN® World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. “After a disappointing race in Kona in 2015, it’s a priority for me to get my fueling and hydration right for this season and beyond,” said McKenzie. “I’m excited to work closely with Gatorade Endurance and the Gatorade Sports Science Institute to learn how to adjust my sports nutrition plan so I can set myself further apart from my competitors.” “Luke McKenzie is one of the most respected athletes in the endurance community,” said Jeff Kearney, Head of Gatorade...

Expectations, Integrity, & Necessity

Wednesday 29 Jun 2016 Admin
20151012_153819_resized I often find when I’m struggling to digest my feelings after a race, it’s best to write and just be honest; with myself and with the world of my friends, family and fellow tri-people. It seems in this world we live in, we love to broadcast of all the great; social media allows us to put out the persona we choose, to make our life look to be ‘something’ that it may or may not be. But we often post what is appealing, positive, and feel-good inducing. I tend to prefer to talk to people personally, and I like to communicate what is “real” as much as possible. I went into Coeur d’Alene 70.3 somewhat haphazard; not in my lack of wanting to perform well, but in my preparations. Some of this was due to extenuating circumstances, but some by choice. I took a good rest after Ironman Texas which was needed. I got back into training but did so in a relaxed manner, still dealing with some foot pain. At times I opted to ride with friends rather than hammer alone for hours on end. It was fun. We...

Mont Tremblant 70.3 2016

Thursday 30 Jun 2016 Lsanderstri
Swim Start Mont Tremblant holds a special place in my heart. This is where I started to truly believe that I could compete with the best in the world, after finishing fourth at the 70.3 World Championships behind Javier Gomez, Jan Frodeno and Tim Don. It also happens to be where Erin did her first Ironman, and where my mom did her first full Ironman (after finishing the swim cancelled Ironman Florida in 2014). My mom, Erin and myself were all competing again this year in the 70.3, so it was sure to be a memorable experience. I put in four solid training blocks after St. George. My training blocks look like this: Day 1: Hard Day 2: Easy Day 3: Hard Day 4: Easy with long run Day 5: Brick Day 6: Easy with long bike Day 7: Hard Day 8: Active recovery Day 9: Off Day 10: Active recovery I will say, I did not give the active recovery days enough respect after the first two blocks. I went to bed late, woke up early, and did not hydrate / replenish nutrients adequately. By the third block I was feeling...

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