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HITS Marble Falls

Marble Falls, TX, United States

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Ironcat

I`Ampolla, Spain

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Hits Grand Junction

Grand Junction, CO, United States

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Wasserstadt Triathlon

Hannover-Limmer, Germany

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Schloss Triathlon Moritzburg

Moritzburg, Germany

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Balatonman

Balatonfured, Hungary

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Challenge Denmark

Herning, Denmark

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Goto Nagasaki Int.

Nagasaki, Japan

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Moraviaman

Otrokovice, Czech Republic

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Ironman Australia

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Ironman Texas

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Ironman Lanzarote

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Ironman Florianopolis

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Ironman France

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Ironman Coeur d'Alene

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Ironman Austria

Klagenfurt, Austria

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Ironman European Championship

Frankfurt, Germany

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Ironman Switzerland

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Challenge Fuerteventura

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Arenales 113

Elche, Spain

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Challenge Taiwan

Taitung City, Taiwan, China

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TrapaniMan 113

Trapani, Sicily, Italy

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ICAN Malaga

Malaga, Spain

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Wildflower

California, United States

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Lisboa International Triathlon

Lisboa, Portugal

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Kharkiv man

Kiev, Ukraine

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Taitung Flowing Lake 113

Taiwan, China

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Hervis Vienna City Tri

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70.3 Texas

Galveston Island, Texas, United States

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Western Australia, Australia

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70.3 Pays d'Aix

Aix-en-Provence, France

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Mallorca, Spain

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Da Nang, Viet Nam

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Helen Jenkins Starts WTS Cape Town

Helen Jenkins Starts WTS Cape Town

Wednesday 22 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

I am very excited to be on the startlist for the World Champs Series in Cape Town this weekend. After tearing my Plantar Fascia last year before the Commonwealth Games my recovery has been up and down. The Plantar healed really well but what came next was a series of foot niggles as my foot adapted to running again. more

Power Horse Triathlon now “Team Sports For Good”

Power Horse Triathlon now “Team Sports For Good”

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

The former Power Horse Triathlon Team has a new name: as TEAM SPORT FOR GOOD the triathlon team has joined the Laureus foundation, which supports disadvantaged children and teenagers with the help of the universal language of sports. more

New Entry Opportunities for Challenge Roth

New Entry Opportunities for Challenge Roth

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

CHALLENGE FAMILY today announced additional opportunities for age group athletes to secure a guaranteed spot at DATEV CHALLENGE ROTH 2016 through its series of 44 full and half distance triathlons. more

Potts and Piampiano Tops in “The Big Easy”

Potts and Piampiano Tops in “The Big Easy”

Monday 20 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

Andy Potts (USA) led the men out of the water with Eric Limkemann (USA), Matt Charbot (USA) and Drew Scott (USA) just seconds back. Tim Reed (AUS), one of the pre-race favorites, was accompanied by Mark Bowstead (NZL) over a minute behind as they ran into T1. Coming into T2 Chrabot and Potts dismounted their bikes together with Canadians Trevor Wurtele and Cody Beals following a minute later. more

Flora Duffy Defends XTERRA Asia-Pac Title

Flora Duffy Defends XTERRA Asia-Pac Title

Saturday 18 Apr 2015 [Triathlon News]

Flora Duffy took most of the drama right out of the women’s race right from the start with another dominating performance on her way to her 10th XTERRA Championship win in 11 tries since the start of the 2014 season. more

Trek issues voluntary nationwide quick release safety notices

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015 LAVA Editors
In a continued effort to ensure safer riding conditions for cyclists, Trek Bicycle is issuing voluntary nationwide safety notices to riders, retailers, and the media relating to improper use of specific quick releases with disc brakes that has been discovered to result in a potential accident. At the center of the notice is the discovery that certain quick releases with a lever that opens greater than 180 degrees can become caught in a front disc brake while riding if improperly adjusted or left open. Trek is taking proactive measures to bring attention to this previously undiscovered finding in order to keep all cyclists safer on the roads. Trek also encourages riders to check their bicycles’ quick release before every ride for secure attachment, which is a simple but necessary step to ensure proper quick release usage. As part of a voluntary safety recall notice, Trek will provide through its local authorized retailers a free replacement quick-release, including free installation, a...

TriRig Launches New X-Series

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015 Triathlete.com
Photo: Nick Salazar/TriRig The TriRig team launched a new brake, handlebar and stem with smart and inventive designs today. Read below for first impressions of their three new products (note: products have not been fully tested yet) and find out more info at Tririg.com. TriRig Omega X $184.99 The Omega X is an updated version of TriRig’s now well-established Omega brake. The main feature of the Omega X, and of the original Omega brake, is its aerodynamic design. While the new ‘X’ version does not improve on the aerodynamics of the original—which arguably would be difficult given the excellent initial design—many other features have been notably improved upon. The Omega X is chock full of what we’d like to call “How is it that EVERY ______ (insert name of part) isn’t made this way??” The Omega X is one of the lightest brakes on the market at 134 grams. Installation and adjustability are a breeze. The front plate now includes magnets which fix it firmly in place concealing the brake’s...

One-Hour Workout: Breathing Pattern And Pull Work

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015 Jené Shaw
Photo: Ververidis Vasilis / Shutterstock.comEvery Tuesday we’ll feature a different coach’s workout you can complete in 60 minutes (or less!). This week’s swim workout comes from John Murray, a USAT Level II-certified coach and co-founder of Team Multisport Performance Institute (TeamMPI.com). This workout has a two-part focus: working on your breathing pattern and your distance per stroke. “Turning your head to breathe has the potential to make your legs sink and disrupt your rhythm,” Murray says. “For this workout, focus on keeping the head aligned with the spine for smooth and effortless breathing.” RELATED – Ask Coach Sara: What Is A Normal Breathing Pattern? One-Hour Workout: Breathing Pattern and Pull Work For the breathing pattern swims, swim four lengths, switching breathing pattern from one breath every two strokes the first length, to one breath every three strokes, then to every four and finally every five. Focus on exhaling briskly underwater, keeping your arms...

Photos: 2015 Cannes International Triathlon

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015 Triathlete.com
1 of {count} Back to Start View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon 2014 Ironman world champion Sebastian Kienle ready to give his early-season fitness a test. View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon Athletes take off for the swim tartView Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon Jan Frodeno came out of the water in 24:16.View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon Veteran Faris Al-Sultan was on hand to compete. View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon Defending Kona champion Sebastian Kienle.View Larger Image.2015 Cannes International Triathlon Jan...

#whywetri: Wisdom from the Sixth Decade

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015
A handful of 50-plus age-group women share their advice on training and racing long-course triathlons.

GET OUTSIDE APRIL!

Tuesday 21 Apr 2015 Haley
Screen Shot 2015-04-21 at 9.01.54 AM SUMMER is coming!! And that means YOU need sunscreen! And not just any sunscreen, the kind that stays on as you swim, bike, run your way through miles and miles of open roads under sunny skies! OMG – it’s actually SUNNY!! Confession time: I used to wear bad sunscreen. And I got burnt. BAD. I also used to race in a crop top and  green & yellow capris… But as I became older and wiser and learned the joys of online shopping, I started using Zealios Sun Barrier. Super water resistant, oil free, and 8% zinc oxide. This stuff is so good I’ll put it all over my face with no worries about my goggles leaking! Flawless sighting to the coffee boat. And NOW through April 30th, the good people at Zealios are running a special on their sunscreen!! Use the code GETOUTSIDEAPRIL at checkout for 15% off!! All you have to do is: (1) Go to TeamZealios.com (2) Add some Sun Barrier (or any of the other great products) to your cart: (3) Use the code GETOUTSIDEAPRIL at...

5th title at Challenge Wanaka

Saturday 19 Jan 2013 Gina Crawford (noreply@blogger.com)
Yes this report is up super duper fast. This is because we will be moving back to the caravan soon without a lot of internet access. It has been so good being put up at the Alpine Resort in Wanaka. Benji has his own room for the first time since May 2012!!! We are starting to feel like a normal family, but then back to the caravan. The building of our new house is coming along nicely here in Wanaka and in April we will be able to move in and be normal again for a while at least!! This was a very emotional victory for me. On Sunday night I came down with a stomach bug and I was thinking oh no if this is as bad as the one post Challenge Henley, pre Kona (where I couldn't eat for 5 days and became so weak) then there is no way I can possibly race. Luckily I bounced back a lot quicker (probably because I wasn't recovering from an ironman and adjusting to 12 hr time difference jetlag). I was bad on Monday, on Tuesday I did some light training but not able to eat anything but bananas, on...

2012 Year in Review

Thursday 10 Jan 2013 Admin
TO and Rinny With the racing season wrapped up and the holidays on the way I wanted to take the opportunity to sum up the year for all those who have supported and cheered me on. In a nutshell, 2012 has been fantastic! While the racing season was great and highlighted by some nice victories and strong performances, the real highlight of my year comes from my recent engagement to Rinny. After being together for several years, I finally stopped dragging my feet and popped the question. We are both very excited and with the wedding planned for next fall we will have to race well in 2013 to pay for it! My 2012 season was one of new approaches. While the prior year had been strong, my entry into Ironman racing left me reaching at the end of the season and questioning what I could do to improve. One source of questions was my diet, and the discovery of a gluten sensitivity led to drastically improved nutrition. I also changed my approach to training, being a little smarter in terms of when and how much...

No Easy Streets in Idaho

Wednesday 04 Jul 2012 Admin
TOB&W I just finished a two-week racing block in Idaho with Ironman 70.3 Boise and Ironman Coeur d’Alene (CdA), the great state of Idaho made sure to make it a challenge! While I don’t feel either race was my best showing I was still able to walk away from this block with two podiums, a 3rd in Boise and 2nd in CdA. Podiums are great but what I really took away from the Gem State was great lessons in toughness, both physical and mental. I came into the Boise 70.3 with great form. After some successful results early in the season I was able to get in a great Ironman training block before the 70.3 to prepare for CdA two weeks later. I arrived to a beautiful day in Boise, mid-70s and sunshine. While the swim water was cold (57 degrees) the rest of the course was beautiful with a challenging bike and festive run course located downtown. It seemed to have the making of the perfect race, that is before the not so perfect storm approached. Boise has the unique quality of a noon start time, but that...

Ironman 70.3 US Championships, Big Wins Hurt More!

Wednesday 04 Apr 2012 Admin
IM70.3WC What an unbelievable weekend in Galveston, TX at the Ironman 70.3 US Championships. After a 2nd and 3rd place finish the last two years in Texas I finally brought home the win and claimed the title of US Pro Champion! With the one of the strongest fields in 70.3 history, the presence of cycling legend Lance Armstrong and a nail biting late race battle for the win this is truly one of my most memorable moments in the sport. After spending two weeks in Tucson in between races I arrived in Galveston on Thursday feeling great and excited to race. A disappointing ride here last year left me 8 minutes behind Chris Lieto off the bike and unable to defend my title as US Champion. Memories of the race have lingered in my head over the year, leaving me hungry to come back and redeem myself in Galveston. I knew this was going to be an exciting race and a great challenge when I saw the caliber of the field. Two time Ironman 70.3 World Champion Michael Raelert, the only athlete to beat Michael in...

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