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McMahon, Lyles Smash Records at IRONMAN S. American Champs

McMahon, Lyles Smash Records at IRONMAN S. American Champs

Monday 30 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Brent McMahon recorded the second fastest IRONMAN in history while Liz Lyles cruised to the win and course record. On a day plagued by tough weather conditions, both the men's and women's champions broke course records; Canadian Brent McMahon's winning time was only 12 seconds off of the current IRONMAN record. more

Contenders Flock to Brazil

Contenders Flock to Brazil

Friday 27 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

The IRONMAN South American Championship, Brazil, is a runner's race on both sides of the competition. A country that is crazy about triathlon and a city that has been host to some incredible racing over the years—the IRONMAN South American Championship, Brazil, in Florianopolis is bound to be a tight race across the board with two talented fields racing for automatic Kona spots and a piece of the $150,000 prize purse. more

McMahon and Gomez - different distance, same goal

McMahon and Gomez - different distance, same goal

Thursday 26 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Brent McMahon is once again on the hunt for a speedy finish and a title at the Ironman South American Championship Brazil. The Canadian with the fastest Ironman debut time recorded a sub-8 hour third place last year in Florianopolis, and he is back to win. more

Bahrain Endurance silver lining weekend

Bahrain Endurance silver lining weekend

Wednesday 25 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

Jan Frodeno stamped his ticket to Kona with a second place finish at Ironman Lanzarote on Sunday. The current Ironman World Champion led out of the swim, but a helmet malfunction in transition delayed his entry onto the bike course. With the day’s second fastest bike split, Frodeno once again put himself into position to win, taking to the front at five kilometers into the marathon. It was only in the last third of the run leg that eventual winner Jesse Thomas took the lead and then the win. more

Nilsson and Bilham Brilliant in Barcelona

Nilsson and Bilham Brilliant in Barcelona

Monday 23 May 2016 [Triathlon News]

The Swiss women's champion impresses while the Swedish men’s champion strikes late. Smart tactics pay off a lot in long-distance events. Swede Patrik Nilsson was working hard for the win at IRONMAN 70.3 Barcelona, but moreover, was waiting long for the right moment to make his move. When Guillem Rojas (ESP) led the men’s pro field out of the water in 23:25, Nilsson was in 11th, but only 11 seconds behind and already in the mix. more

Photos: 2016 Ironman South American Championship Brazil

Monday 30 May 2016 Triathlete.com
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McMahon and Lyles Smash Records in Brazil

Sunday 29 May 2016
Brent McMahon recorded the second fastest IRONMAN in history while Liz Lyles cruised to the win and course record.

Brent McMahon, Liz Lyles Break Course Records In Brazil

Sunday 29 May 2016 Liz Hichens
Canada’s Brent McMahon and the United States’ Liz Lyles each turned in performances today at Ironman Florianopolis that will make them athletes to watch come Kona time. Each completed the 140.6 miles in course-record times—McMahon at 7:46:10 and Lyles at 8:54:10—to earn the Ironman South American Championship titles, $30,000 winning paychecks and automatic starting spots on October’s Ironman World Championship start line. Men’s Race Brazil’s Marcus Vinicius Fernandes led the men out of the “M”-shaped swim course with a split of 47:19, with Australia’s Paul Matthews (27 seconds back), McMahon (28 seconds back), Great Britain’s Tim Don (30 seconds) and Brazli’s Igor Amorelli (32 seconds back) as the closest pursuers into T1. As the athletes entered the two-lap bike course under rainy conditions, Amorelli earned the early lead. He was eventually joined by McMahon, and the two traded the top spot before McMahon made his break on his way to a commanding lead. Thanks to a dominant 4:11:54...

Ironman Brasil 2016 – Analyzing Results

Sunday 29 May 2016 Thorsten
Even if there are some Pros that are still on the course, I want to post this preliminary analysis of those that already have finished. I’ll update and expand tomorrow. Race Conditions Brasil is a very fast course, and this year wasn’t different – if anything it was even a bit quicker than normal. We’ve seen some very fast times: Both winners set new course records, and Brent also set a new run course record. Male Race Results Brent’s winning time is a new course record and also the second fastest finish in an Ironman-branded race. The fastest is still 7:45:58 by Marino Vanhoenacker at Austria 2011, the fastest Ironman-distance time is 7:41:33 by Andreas Raelert at Roth 2011. In addition to Brent who receives an Automatic Qualifier slot, Tim Don and Kevin Collington are safe for a July slot, Paul Matthews is close. Rank Name Nation Swim Bike Run Time Diff to expected Prize Money 1 Brent McMahon CAN 00:47:47 04:11:54 02:42:52 07:46:10 -12:42...

Gomez, Lee top Europeans

Sunday 29 May 2016
Javier Gomez of Spain won it on the run and India Lee of Great Britain won it on the bike at the ETU European Championship Saturday in Lisbon, Portugal.

2015 WRAP UP

Monday 16 Nov 2015 Admin
IMG_0354 You know it’s been a tough year when you have a small but persistent season long injury, get hit by a car, and have to deal with an unprecedented amount of things affecting your career yet simultaneously are out of your control. Needless to say it’s been a rocky season, but it has also been amazing and now that our time in Europe has come to the end I can reflect on all the good things. Here’s an overview of the places I’ve raced and trained and how I rate them (out of 10)… Training locations: GIRONA, Spain (Winter, Spring & Autumn) Swimming (pools/open water) 10 Biking 9 Running 8 Gym 8 Physiotherapy/Massage/Sports Medicine 7 Vegetarian Eating 2 Healthy Shopping 9 Non Triathlon Activities 7 Coffee 8 Bakeries 7 Charm 10       HEIDELBERG, Germany (Summer) Swimming (pools/open water) 8 (Lots of 50m pools just not great for training as they don’t believe in lane...

TRIATHLON GERARDMER

Monday 07 Sep 2015 Admin
DSC_0175 Some movies start with a scene frozen in time, paused just before the climax and then rewind to the beginning of the story for the build up. If the 2015 Triathlon Gerardmer were a movie it would begin with the prize banquet and the moment just before Hector Guerra pops the cork off his 1.5 liter bottle of champagne. Catching a glimpse of him ripping the foil, I hopped (or hobbled) off stage and the rest of the guys from the top 8 stepped back towards the race committee. With nowhere else to turn and revenge in his eyes, Guerra aimed the bottle at the front table consisting of 8 people, 6 were members of my family and 2 were family friends.   Race Recap I was excited to return to Gerardmer, where I won the ITU European Long Course Championships in 2008. It’s a family run race and I was particularly excited to share this race with my father, Paul Gambles, and family friend Kim White, who were both with me on the start line four days after they arrived from Australia. A week earlier...

CHALLENGE SALOU

Thursday 04 Jun 2015 Admin
IMG_2062 EUROPE 2015 Race 2 – Challenge Salou After the disappointment of pulling out of Pays d’Aix 70.3 four weeks earlier, I set out for my second European race of the 2015 season. It is always a hard decision to pull out of a race and to know when you should push on and when to stop. For me, I felt that it was important to have a wider perspective and leave some in the tank to reach my major goals for the season. After one week of complete rest and a 3 week block of tweaking my training schedule with my coach Neal Henderson of Apex Coaching, I started to get back on track.  This would not have been possible without the amazing support of my network in Girona which consists of CENIT (nutrition, osteo/physio), the FISIO-CENTER (massage, kinesio taping) and VeloLoveFit (bike fit). The pieces fell into place a week before Challenge Salou but, to be completely honest, I was quite nervous leading into this race. I knew that I was fit but there was still the uncertainty of whether my calf...

2015 UPDATE

Sunday 22 Feb 2015 Admin
IMG_0218 2015 is off to an exciting start as I have decided to dedicate the year to racing in Europe and the Middle East. It was a difficult decision for Sage, Coop and I to leave the comfort of Boulder for the year, but we felt it was time to mix things up a bit and with the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Austria this year, Europe seemed the logical choice for relocation. As I was born in England, I have an EU passport which allows us to live in most of Europe, but we chose Girona as a base for several reasons. Although we have moved here in winter the weather is still mild and I have ridden outside 99% of the time so far.  The trail network for running is quite extensive and starts right in the centre of the city. I joined a great fitness centre with a very nice 50m & 25m saline swimming pool, sauna, a running track and weight room. I have been very lucky to set myself up so quickly as we moved here just 6 weeks before a very competitive race and my first one of the season. But...

WORLD 70.3 CHAMPIONSHIPS – Mont Tremblant, Canada

Saturday 13 Sep 2014 Admin
10626625_10152831723668787_7070225971592061299_n Mont Tremblant was the perfect venue for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships and it was witness to the most competitive race I have ever been a part of.  Each year the field keeps getting deeper and faster and this year was no exception. The challenging course didn’t even help to slow the competition down.  There were some fast splits posted, with swim times of 22 minutes, ride times of 2:04 and an amazing run by Gomez of 1:09, showing just how fast 70.3 racing has become. SWIM Goggles TYR Tracer Wetsuit TYR Freak of Nature BIKE Trek Speed Concept Groupset Campagnola Electronic Power Shift (EPS) Saddle ISM Podium Powermeter Powertap Helmet Rudy Project Wing57 Shoes Bontrager Hilo RXL Sunglasses Rudy Project Genetyk Racing Wheels Bontrager prototype disc; Aeolus 7 D3 (Tubular)   FUEL PowerGel (on bike)  7 Powerbar Perform (on bike)  40 oz RUN Sunglasses Rudy Project Genetyk...

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