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Extrememan Nagyatad

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Berlin, Germany

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Exmoor National Park, United Kingdom

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Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States

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Triathlon News & Media Blogs View all

Ryf and Schildknecht Shine in Switzerland

Ryf and Schildknecht Shine in Switzerland

Monday 25 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

Daniela Ryf and Ronnie Schildknecht took sensational wins at the 20th IRONMAN Switzerland. While Ryf set a race record in 8:51:50 in Zurich, the 36-year old race legend Schildknecht celebrated his ninth win in 8:17:04. Both champs highlighted a great anniversary race on a brand new course including a marathon which led athletes into the heart of the city for the first time in history. more

Jackson Crushes Lake Placid

Jackson Crushes Lake Placid

Monday 25 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

Heather Jackson was in a league of her own in her dominant course record win at IRONMAN Lake Placid. Alicia Kaye (CAN) was first to emerge from the water of Mirror Lake after pulling away from South Africa’s Annah Watkinson by over five minutes and putting close to six minutes on the race favorite Heather Jackson (USA). The remainder of the field was well over six minutes behind as they headed towards T1. more

European LD Champs set for Sunday at Challenge Poznan

European LD Champs set for Sunday at Challenge Poznan

Saturday 23 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

ETU has a packed weekend with the focus on Poznan, where the titles will be fought over at the 2016 Poznan ETU Challenge Long Distance Triathlon European Championships. After the rather disappointing show last year in Weymouth, where finding anyone who was not British was in itself a challenge, we see a start list in Poznan that truly represents the variety that the European Federations are. more

Pro Men take on Whistlers Wilderness at Ironman Canada

Pro Men take on Whistlers Wilderness at Ironman Canada

Friday 22 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

Building on the legacy of the 2010 Winter Olympics, IRONMAN Canada offers athletes a majestic course in a world-class destination. The namesake race was part of the IRONMAN circuit for over 30 years before moving to its current location in 2013, where it has enjoyed a successful two years. more

Who will be the Swiss Miss……& Mr at the 20th Edition Ironman Switzerland ?

Who will be the Swiss Miss……& Mr at the 20th Edition Ironman Switzerland ?

Friday 22 Jul 2016 [Triathlon News]

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of IRONMAN Zurich Switzerland 2016 the athletes can profit from a brand new run course which will include the major parts of downtown Zurich for the very first time. This race offers a symmetrical one-loop swim course in the crystal clear water of Lake Zurich. After the 3.8k swim portion, a spectacular bike course leads you through the city center and then out of town along the lake shore; 30km later on the bike you wouldn’t think there was a city even clo more

David McNamee wins Challenge Poznan

Monday 25 Jul 2016 Norsemen
David McNamee of Great Britain has been on a roll since training with cereneo triathlon this year, earning three podiums in his last three events, including back-to-back wins at Challenge Galway and Sunday’s Challenge Poznań. After a powerful performance in Poland, the Scotsman is now more motivated than ever to claim another podium spot – at October’s Ironman World Championship – and he’s taking his preparations to new heights. POZNAŃ (Poland) – cereneo triathlete David McNamee of Great Britain thrilled a large and knowledgeable crowd as he surged to his second consecutive race win with a victory at Poland’s Challenge Poznań on 24 July 2016. Poznań is famed for its fast, flat course, and despite the sweltering sunshine of an afternoon race, McNamee made the most of it. The Scotsman outpaced the middle distance field with a time of 3:54.22, more than two minutes ahead of second-place finisher Chris Fischer of Denmark (3:56.41), with Spain’s Ignasi Baldenow earning third at...

Walker and Wilson claim Outlaw top spots

Monday 25 Jul 2016 Norsemen
Kit Walker and Alison Wilson were crowned 2016 champions at Nottingham’s Outlaw Triathlon. Around 1100 athletes took on the 2.4mile swim, 112mile bike ride and 26.2 mile run, with Walker setting a new personal best time to win, whilst Wilson set the fastest ever time by a woman at the Outlaw. Karl Alexander was the early favourite having ridden to the front of the men’s field. He started to build a lead before a back problem flared up that also caused him to withdraw from the Outlaw Half Holkham earlier this month. This left Kit Walker at the head of the field. The 27 year-old from Weymouth thrived as the race leader, pushing on for his best ever long-distance performance. Finishing in 8:58:52, he commented: “That’s the fastest time I’ve done so far. I had to push it pretty hard, it was only just [under nine hours], but I did it.” He added: “Every time you come past the finish it’s just phenomenal, loads of noise, everyone shouting your name, commentary, it’s just amazing. I knew I’d...

Pro Habits: Finding Another Gear

Monday 25 Jul 2016 Paul Moore
Photo: Getty Images / Challenge FamilyToday we look at the importance of finding another gear. Danelle Kabush says that much of her time spent with athletes as a mental performance consultant is spent helping them become self-aware — helping them determine their motivations, their fears and how they can best focus in a race. Some athletes tend to thrive in a competitive race environment, while others focus best when they’re more relaxed. For example, Potts says that he’s found, in close or difficult races, that his physiology responds well to pushing hard and then going again. “So I tell myself, ‘Go now,’ as if the finish line were 200 meters ahead,” he says. In Oceanside, while trailing Thomas, Potts used this strategy to ultimately take the victory: “Basically the conversation that I was having in my head was, with 5K to go, it was like, ‘Go now if you want to catch him. The deficit is 25 seconds. You have to go now.’ And I went, and about two minutes later, I was like, ‘Oh my gosh....

Daniela Ryf Impressive In Second 140.6 In Seven Days

Monday 25 Jul 2016 Paul Moore
The Swiss athlete dominates in Zurich just one week after winning the iconic Challenge Roth triathlon. Defending Ironman world champion Daniela Ryf simply needed to get across the finish line—in any position—at Sunday’s Ironman Switzerland to validate her spot on Kona’s start line, but she did much more than that. She was strong all day in front of the women’s race to take the victory in an impressive time of 8:53:49, putting together a 55:16 swim, a 4:46:31 bike and a 3:07:31 marathon. She did all of that one week after earning her first Challenge Roth crown in 8:22:04. “My strategy was to go easy, but Celine (Céline Schärer) was going so good, I just had to follow her (in the water),” Ryf told Iromanlive after the race. “On the bike, I then decided to go hard, and on the run you can’t go easy when there are so many people at the course. My body was working very good today. I said to myself: When I’m surviving this, I’m ready for Hawaii.” Switzerland’s Emma Bilham (9:21:48) and...

Spirig, Wild win Zurich 5i50

Monday 25 Jul 2016
Nicola Spirig is in top form to defend her Olympic title after 2nd overall including the men at Zurich 5i50; Ruedi Wild dominates the men's field.

A pregnant pause

Tuesday 24 May 2016 Admin
22 week bump It’s safe to say that life has changed quite a lot since my last blog. My last update came in January fresh from my return from Chile and the Cayman Island: two half ironman in two weeks and I was setting out my race plans for 2016. Soon after coming home to Boulder we learnt I was pregnant! Big news for us! Big excitement! And, big changes ahead! It’s taken me a while to write an update about pregnancy life and that’s for a few reasons. Early on we wanted to keep things quiet. I found the first trimester to be a….I think confusing is the right word…time. We were massively excited and felt great joy seeing the positive pregnancy result, seeing our baby on the scan, hearing the heart beat but that excitement was coupled with a nervousness. During the first trimester the risk of miscarriage is at it’s highest and I felt like I was balancing a desire to plan and imagine the adventures ahead whilst at the same time feeling a certain reserve to not let myself get too far ahead of myself....

Boulder Sprint Tri

Sunday 24 Jul 2016 Noreply@blogger.com (Donna Phelan)
Happy to finish 2nd female and 11th overall at the Boulder Sprint Triathlon today (750m swim/28km bike/5km run). "Fun" waking up the fast twitch fibers, but yikes, I forgot how hard short races are!Congrats to Amy Quirion from Boulder on the win and Sally Wang from Taiwan on taking 3rd.

Moments of Kona – Go on a final training run with Luke and Beth before the big show in Kona.

Tuesday 06 Oct 2015 Luke McKenzie
Long runs are a must when training for an Ironman. The majority of the professionals include one every week in order to prepare for their races because the physical costs of these sessions are comparably high. In order to reduce the stress on the joints, these runs are ideally done on gravel roads instead of tarmac. Moments of Sport followed Luke McKenzie and Beth Gerdes on one of their last long runs in the back country of Kona. View on Moments of Kona

Triathlete – Kona Bikes: Luke McKenzie And Beth Gerdes

Tuesday 06 Oct 2015 Luke McKenzie
Pro couple Beth Gerdes and Luke McKenzie will both take their Scott Plasma 5 bikes out on the Ironman World Championship course next Saturday. The pair has custom kits, helmets and shoes to match their motifs from head to toe on race day. Photos by Steve Godwin. View on the BIkes on Triathlete.com

RACE REPORT – PUCON IRONMAN 70.3

Friday 23 Jan 2015 Luke McKenzie
IMG_2230 I had first raced at the Pucon Ironman 70.3 two years ago and it went straight to the top for my favorite races list. This classic event has been around for a long time and is definitely one I would encourage every triathlete to experience. It isn’t just the event itself but the location, the town, the people and the atmosphere that make it so enjoyable and fun. I was disappointed to miss the race in 2014 because I had just completed a 6 day, 1300km charity ride in Australia a week prior and obviously Beth was pregnant so we stayed home in California. When the opportunity to travel to the 2015 race came several months ago I mentioned it to Beth and it didn’t take much convincing on my part for her to agree. I will probably never arrive in Pucon in good race shape as it is tough to start racing so early in the season and post holidays. I will continue to compete at this race in the future regardless because I think the enjoyment factor of racing for the pure love of it will win out on...

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