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Western Australia, Australia

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Allen, Slack win XTERRA Saipan Champs

Allen, Slack win XTERRA Saipan Champs

Tuesday 31 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Ben Allen from Australia and Jacqui Slack of Great Britain won the 14th annual XTERRA Saipan Championship race in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands on Saturday. It’s the fourth year in a row Allen won the title, matching Olivier Marceau’s streak from 2004-07. For Slack, it’s her second Saipan victory in three years. Both led from wire-to-wire in wet conditions that made the already difficult jungle bike and run courses all the more treacherous. more

Annabel Luxford, Ironman-Its Such a Long Way

Annabel Luxford, Ironman-Its Such a Long Way

Tuesday 31 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

On possibly one of the best autumnal days, Melbourne could offer, I embarked on the biggest challenge of my fifteen years as a professional triathlete – Ironman Melbourne. As the Asia Pacific Championship event, the field was star studded with Ironman World Champions, Half Ironman World Champions, Olympic medalists and athletes seasoned over this distance. No one ever talks about Frankston as a place filled with talent, but as the sun rose, and the start horn sounded from the pier, the crystal w more

Akerson, Paterson win XTERRA Costa Rica

Akerson, Paterson win XTERRA Costa Rica

Monday 30 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Rom Akerson and Lesley Paterson captured the XTERRA Costa Rica Championship crowns on a hot day at Playa Conchal on Sunday. In the men’s race Akerson, the hometown favorite, had the fastest bike split of the day and held off a hard-charging Josiah Middaugh on the run to take the tape in 2:19:04. more

Swallow and Van Lierde Capture African Championship

Swallow and Van Lierde Capture African Championship

Monday 30 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Frederik Van Lierde and Jodie Swallow dominated the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship. After leading the swim, an uncharacteristically circumspect display on the bike and measured run saw Britain's Jodie Swallow, achieve an emotional victory at the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship. Earlier, Belgium’s Frederik Van Lierde put in a display which underlined his championship credentials as he slipped through the gears to get stronger as his race wore on, taking the title of IRONMAN more

Brownlee brilliance delivers Auckland win

Brownlee brilliance delivers Auckland win

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Great Britian’s Jonathan Brownlee was determined to not take another ITU World Triathlon Auckland silver medal on Sunday as he produced a breakout run to earn him his first WTS title of the season. His four-lap run went uncontested as he out-ran the reigning WTS Auckland champion Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) who took the second-podium spot. For Frenchman Pierre Le Corre it was a career best result for bronze and just reward for a great race. more

XTERRA Weekend Wrap-Up: Saipan, Costa Rica & Malta

Tuesday 31 Mar 2015 Triathlete.com
Lesley Paterson won the women's race in Costa Rica.A run-down of the weekend in off-road triathlon, following races in Saipan, Costa Rica and Malta. Ben Allen, Jacqui Slack Win XTERRA Saipan On Saturday, Australia’s Ben Allen and Great Britain’s Jacqui Slack won the 14th running of the XTERRA Saipan Championship race in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. It was the fourth year in a row for Allen, and it was Slack’s second Saipan title in the last three years. The course, which takes athletes through difficult bike and run courses through the jungle, was made even more challenging thanks to wet, rainy conditions. However, both athletes led wire-to-wire. “Some of the worst conditions I’ve ever raced in,” Allen said after the race. “The rain didn’t let up, and it made for super slippery conditions.” Allen, one of the sport’s best swimmers, built a one-minute gap over runner-up Bradley Weiss starting from the swim, and paired that with the fastest bike and run splits of the...

The Crank

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Liam Bromilow
Screen Shot 2015-03-30 at 10.59.33 am With two Ironman regional championships in two weeks, some shots have been fired early. Kona is a long way to go, but for Jeffrey Symonds, Mel Hauschildt, Frederik van Lierde, and Jodie Swallow, they are lucky enough to set their focus a lot earlier than most. And it is a good thing with some reward for effort in winning a regional title. How good was van Lierde in South Africa on the weekend? His 4:32 bike split was 12 minutes faster than his nearest rival! #Smokin’ Speaking of the men’s race, we can’t wait until Ivan Rana cracks the Ironman code. (Yes we know he’s already a two-time winner). A race best 2:48 marathon got us excited. Kudos to Jodie Swallow who prior to yesterday’s race in South Africa said she was dedicating her race to Linda Scattolin who was tragically killed in a road accident. To then go out and win is classy. Jan Frodeno ran a 1:10 half marathon on his way to winning Oceanside. Frodo is back to where he has spent most of his 4 hour career. In front. The...

Dare2tri Offering Triathlon Clinic For Injured Military

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Triathlete.com
Paratriathlon world champion Melissa Stockwell is one of the founding members of Dare2tri. Photo: Delly Carr/Triathlon.orgDare2tri, a Chicago-based paratriathlon club, will be offering a clinic for injured military who are interested in competing in triathlon. The first-of-its-kind clinic will take place in Hammond, Ind. in conjunction with the Leon’s Triathlon. The one-day event is open to any injured military or veteran with a physical disability, visual impairment, traumatic brain injury, or PTSD. Instruction and clinics will be given in swimming, cycling, running/wheelchair pushing, and transition. A paratriathlon 101 session will also be offered to help educate participants about the opportunities in paratriathlon including grassroots opportunities through paralympic pipeline. Dare2tri will provide adaptive equipment, wetsuits, handlers/guides, coaches and mentor athletes. Travel and lodging stipends will be offered to any qualifying injured military or veteran. Participants...

Finish Line Thoughts From The Top Three At 70.3 Cali

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Jené Shaw
1 of {count} Back to Start View Larger Image.Jan Frodeno, first place Coming off a bike crash in February where he broke some ribs, Frodeno was unsure of how his fitness would stack up compared to his win last year. He said he was missing about 15–20 watts on the bike and didn't do as much work out front as he would've liked to. When he got to the run, it was Lionel Sanders who led it out to set the pace. “I thought, ‘OK, game on,’ and ran up to him and tried to go past him, but he wouldn’t let me," Frodeno says. "I could see he was running really hard and really strong and he was really attacking the up and downhills. But at the same time I could hear how hard he was breathing and working, so I knew it was a matter of time until I find a false flat and went for it. I wanted to get a bit of the gap on the second half and yeah, I held it together. I’m not in the run shape I was before the crash. With your rib, whatever you do—well, you can’t do anything. You’re...

Photos: Jonathan Brownlee Gets Auckland Win

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Triathlete.com
1 of {count} Back to Start View Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race Athletes dive in to kick off the second race of the WTS season.View Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race Portugal's Joao Silva View Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race Portugal's Joao Silva View Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race Spain's Mario MolaView Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race Turkey's Jonas SchomburgView Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race American Gregory BillingtonView Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race Jonathan Brownlee was a part of the front group on the bike. View Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's Race Gomez leads an effort from the front group. View Larger Image.2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland - Men's...

Thoughts on Oceanside

Tuesday 31 Mar 2015 Lsanderstri
On Saturday I raced Oceanside 70.3 in California. Wow! What an experience. It was my first time ever going to California. Man was it ever beautiful. It was also my first time ever going to a race by myself. I was a bit nervous about the logistics of renting a car, navigating from San Diego to Oceanside, booking a hotel, etc. but it all went smoothly. I was also fortunate in that my coach Barrie Shepley drove all the way from Tucson to support both myself and my C3-High Performance team-mate Taylor Reid. It’s amazing what a year’s worth of experience can do. Last year going into St. George 70.3 I was a nervous wreck. I was very intimidated by the competition and didn’t really feel like I belonged there. As a result, I finished 18th nearly 10 minutes behind the winner Jan Frodeno. This time round I felt a lot more confident. I felt like I belonged there. I felt like I was part of the game. I had a smooth morning and transition set up. I created an itemized list containing all of the...

2015 IM 70.3 Oceanside

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Melanie@racergirl.com (melanie)
IMG 2373 I am so impressed with how fast the ladies field was this year and how deep the talent ran.  Wow to both Heather Jackson and Heather Wurtele for continuing to hold this race by the throat by trading off wins, this was HJ’s year.  Welcome to super-fast Holly Lawrence who came in under the radar and almost rode away with the race and held off fourth place Alicia Kaye.  The Canadians definitely represented (well, maybe not me) with Angela Duncan in fifth and solid Rachel McBride in 6th.  Magali would have been in the mix without a mechanical.  Go Canada!  Speaking of Canada, how about 3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th in the men’s with Lionel, Brent, Taylor and Trevor kicking ass in top 10.  Never has the Canadian long course talent been deeper.  Good times. I was back in 11th.  Race reports when you aren’t fast are difficult to make interesting.  There are only attempted excuses or explanations for why you weren’t keeping up.  These facts aren’t...

My new ride

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Gina Crawford (noreply@blogger.com)
My 2015 Ceepo Katana has arrived! I have been riding Ceepo nearly my entire career, they were my first sponsor and I partnered with them after my first Ironman Victory at the end of 2007, so I have had 12 iron distance victories on their bikes. I have been riding the Katana since 2010. Every year Ceepo makes subtle changes, and the bike just keeps on improving, slightly lighter, slightly more aero. I love working with Ceepo as they are such a great team of people, that are just so passionate about their bikes. This year I have been particularly lucky. My former components sponsor SRAM did not wish to resign me at the end of last year, so Ceepo very kindly stepped in and helped me out with Shimano Di2 components. Quite a few people had been telling me just how good Di2 was, but I was slightly hesitant, as to be frank I am very much a laggard when it comes to technology, the simpler the better is typically my motto. But having ridden my new Ceepo now for only a number of days, I can say...

Ironman- It’s Such a Long Way

Monday 30 Mar 2015 Bellalux
Bella Bike IM Melbourne On possibly one of the best autumnal days, Melbourne could offer, I embarked on the biggest challenge of my fifteen years as a professional triathlete – Ironman Melbourne. As the Asia Pacific Championship event, the field was star studded with Ironman World Champions, Half Ironman World Champions, Olympic medalists and athletes seasoned over this distance. No one ever talks about Frankston as a place filled with talent, but as the sun rose, and the start horn sounded from the pier, the crystal waters of Frankston were filled with more talent than nearly any race outside Kona.   Exiting the water with a handy one-minute lead over the rest of the field, I had time to get through transition smoothly and enjoy the cheering of the crowd. Looking back on the swim, I wish that I had pushed myself harder. In my last few races, I have been fortunate to race with athletes, like Jodie Swallow who has a great swim pedigree, pushing the pace at the front. When racing Jodie, you certainly...

2015 Oceanside 70.3 Race Report

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Jesse Thomas
Yoooooooooooooooooo Crazy Ass Fans! So I raced Oceanside 70.3 yesterday. Here’s what happened: Swam like a donkey. Rode like a horse. Ran like a really tired human being. Overall, I’m very happy with a 5th place finish in a stacked field. It was a great start to the year and a real confidence builder after . . . → Read More: 2015 Oceanside 70.3 Race Report

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