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70.3 Subic Bay

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70.3 Subic Bay Philippines preview

70.3 Subic Bay Philippines preview

Friday 06 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Century Tuna IRONMAN 70.3 Subic Bay, Philippines is the newest race to be added to the growing Philippine triathlon scene. 2015 marks the inaugural staging of the Century Tuna IRONMAN 70.3 Subic Bay, Philippines. Weather will be perfect as it is just entering the summer months. It will be a fast course especially on the bike – the perfect long distance race to start your season. more

Kessler Chases IRONMAN History in Taupo

Kessler Chases IRONMAN History in Taupo

Thursday 05 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

American star Meredith Kessler will be chasing a slice of history in next month’s Kellogg's Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand in Taupo. Kessler will be chasing her fourth straight victory in Taupo, which would make her the most successful international in the 31 year history of the world’s oldest IRONMAN qualifying race. more

Reigning World Champs headline WTS Adu Dhabi

Reigning World Champs headline WTS Adu Dhabi

Thursday 05 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

The 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS) will get off to a scintillating start come this Saturday when the world’s fastest athletes line up for a speedy splash and dash sprint race in Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi event marks the first time ever that a WTS race will be held in the Middle East. Reigning World Champions Gwen Jorgensen (USA) and Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) will headline a stellar field of athletes that includes nine of the top 10 ranked men and six of the top 10 ranked women. more

Challenge Family announces Challenge Regensburg

Challenge Family announces Challenge Regensburg

Wednesday 04 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Regensburg, one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Germany, will host the second Challenge Family race over the full distance in Germany on 14 August 2016, it was announced today. more

IRONMAN announce 70.3 Arizona to be held on Oct. 18 in Tempe

IRONMAN announce 70.3 Arizona to be held on Oct. 18 in Tempe

Wednesday 04 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Tune up for IRONMAN Arizona, or simply enjoy this half-distance treasure in Tempe. Set at the same venue as the wildly popular IRONMAN Arizona, this race is the perfect tune-up for the full-distance race in November, or just a great way to get out and compete in a half-distance event in a phenomenal setting. more

Craig Alexander: Tapping into the talent pool

Friday 06 Mar 2015 Paul Moore
Four-time champion Craig Alexander thought 2013 was his last year, but he came back to Kona this year to compete. Photo: John David BeckerTriathlon is an individual sport. However, to realise our optimum performance it often makes sense to call on the skills and expertise of others. In this extract from Ultra Performance, Craig Alexander explains how he taps into the knowledge-base of a few trusted confidents to improve his performance. As a general rule, endurance athletes are a competitive bunch. As such, when athletes train as part of a group there are always individuals looking to push the pace, break the ‘competition’ (otherwise known as training partners) and claim a Saturday morning ‘win’. That level of friendly competition is not only healthy, but helps to maintain motivation. However, it can also be an invaluable tool in determining the areas of performance that need the most work. Training partners invariably, and often silently, analyse the strengths and weaknesses of the...

60 minute session: Power-based trainer session

Friday 06 Mar 2015 Paul Moore
Photo: ShutterstockEvery Friday we’ll feature a different coach’s workout you can complete in 60 minutes (or less!). This week’s workout comes from Dynamo Multisport coach Andrew Shanks. He uses this set as part of a steady-state training buildup. Andrew suggests using power numbers as your first choice, otherwise you can use heart rate or perceived exertion as a measure of effort. Percentages are based on FTP/Lactate Threshold Heart Rate, etc. Related: How to calculate your FTP Warm-up: 10 min fairly easy, building towards Zone 2 3×30 sec high cadence, 30 sec soft pedal recovery 3 min Zone 2 2 min Zone 3 2 min easy = 20 min total Main Set: [Do this four times through] 3 min at 80–85% power/85–90% HR 2 min at 95–100% power/95–100% HR 3 min at 50% power/easy effort, HR should get back to Zone 2 2 min at 60% power/HR should be steady Zone 2 Cool-down: Take a few extra minutes to spin easy here if/as needed

Strong field ready for Ironman New Zealand

Friday 06 Mar 2015 Paul Moore
This weekend, the 31st running of Ironman New Zealand will feature a pro race with returning champions and international fields. The event, which has been in the town of Taupo on New Zealand’s North Island since 1999, has been dominated by one man: Cameron Brown. The ten-time champion knows the course like the back of his hand. It starts with a freshwater lake swim in Lake Taupo followed by a two-loop bike that passes through forests and a spectator-crowded three-loop run course. The Men’s Race Highlighting the men’s professional start list is 10-time Ironman New Zealand champion and Kiwi Cam Brown. He last won the race in 2011, and, at age 42, he’s nearing the end of his career, but he’s been on the podium at this race every year for 15 years, so we might see an incredible 11th win. His toughest competition will come from countryman and 2008 Ironman 70.3 world champ Terenzo Bozzone, who’s fresh off of an impressive win over a deep pro field at the half-iron-distance Challenge Dubai...

WIN Exclusive CEP VIP Windsor Triathlon Prize Package

Friday 06 Mar 2015 Paul Moore
Exclusive to Triathlete Europe, we are pleased to launch this exciting competition for two lucky readers to win entry to the Windsor Triathlon along with a full CEP VIP Experience. CEP (www.cepsports.co.uk) is a Principal Partner of Human Race and the brand offers superb quality, function and unique benefits in compression sportswear. The choice of top athletes around the world, CEP recently announced their support of IRONMAN Champion Lucy Gossage, who joins their high performance CEPro team including the likes of Michelle Vesterby and Andy Potts. EACH CEP VIP EXPERIENCE PRIZE PACKAGE INCLUDES: • One entry to the Sprint (750m Swim, 30km Bike, 5km Run) or Olympic Distance Triathlon (1.5km Swim, 42km Bike, 10km Run) of the Windsor Triathlon on 14th June 2015 • Accommodation (double room) in a Windsor hotel on the night before the race (Saturday 13th June 2015) • CEP Triathlon kit to the value of RRP £300. There really is no better package for the triathlete looking to achieve their...

We Noticed: Coke, cookies, MC2

Friday 06 Mar 2015
This we noticed the fancy Coke themed helmet of Tim Don, Martindale race wheels, colorful DeFeet socks, a ST TriathlonLive discount and swim themed cookies.

PEMF as Part of my Daily Body Maintenance Armory

Thursday 05 Mar 2015 Lesley
One of a number of crucial weapons in my ongoing daily “body maintenance” armory is pulsed electromagnetic frequency therapy (PEMF). PEMF works by delivering a penetrating energy into the body in the form of pulsating magnetic frequencies which work with cellular metabolism to provide healing benefits. Some of the benefits I’ve personally noticed are that it speeds recovery from tough workouts, helps reduce the pain of sore muscles, strengthens the immune system, improves blood circulation, and expedites the removal of toxins and increased tissue oxygenation. I use the TruePulse A2000 PEMF system from Pulsed Harmonix. But with my insane schedule, I rarely find time to just sit down and use it on its own. So I have to get the benefits of PEMF while I’m doing other things as well. Two of my favorite places to use the TruePulse A2000 are while I’m driving in the car with me sitting on the attached mat which is plugged in to the cigarette lighter via the company’s special inverter...

Monitoring Recovery

Wednesday 04 Mar 2015 Melanie@racergirl.com (melanie)
 Steps to Recovery Your body will not be ready to do another workout if it hasn’t adequately recovered from the last one.  In between hard workouts, pro athletes will take some steps to facilitate recovery and complete active recovery workouts to make sure their body is loose and adequately rested to handle the stress of another hard session.  Training is a process of stringing together sessions that challenge the body.  In between the challenging sessions the athlete needs to do everything possible to get ready for another one.  Here are some common practices to improve the process of recovery. Post Session Recovery Recovering from workouts first involves basic steps immediately after the session: 1.   Replenish post workout with fluids and a small amount of protein.  I aim for 0.2g/kg of protein and 0.8 g/kg of carbohydrate within an hour of my workout. 2.     In the hours following your workout, make sure you replenish all the...

Perdeberg Winery Mountain Biking – Conrad Stoltz

Wednesday 04 Mar 2015 Conrad
Perdeberg MTB Funride, Ommiberg Festival, Conrad Stoltz Perdeberg Winery- known as “The Home of Chenin Blanc” and for producing 33 million litres of wine per year, is now also offering scenic, family friendly mountain biking routes for young and old. This Saturday’s Perdeberg MTB Funride, in conjunction with the Ommiberg Festival  is hosted by trail legends Dirtopia.  The event features family friendly* 16km and 36km routes.   *”Family friendly” refers to easy, fun to ride dirt roads with maybe a few sandy patches. No death defying obstacles and no “Wish-your-mommy-is-here-climbs.” Any mountain bike will do. A certain “Caveman” will do the prize giving… Like is says in the flyer- this is a wine festival- once you’ve put your bike away,  there’s wine tasting- including a traditional straight-from-the-tank tasting with onion tart pairing. There will also be live bands, food stalls, a petting zoo for kids and a lively Best/Most unique dressed contest – where you...

Taiwan 70.3

Tuesday 04 Nov 2014 Admin
Taiwan Photo Shoot 1 When Guy and I traveled to compete in Taiwan 70.3 last year for the first time we had such a great experience we said we would definitely be going back. No just the race itself, but the location at the Yoho resort, the organisation and the fun atmosphere. So it was always going to be on the schedule. When our season was thrown a curveball after IM Louisville with the cancellation of IM Lake Tahoe we took a bit of down time, although it felt like we have been resting for weeks anyway!! We focused on GKEndurance, in particular our athletes racing in Hawaii. On returning to Boise it was back into it…we had 3 weeks…including packing up our life from the last 6months and returning to Perth. It was going to be CRAZY! After 2 days of travel via Auckland we were back on the West Coast of Australia for 4 days then few the red eye Thursday night to Taiwan. We arrived Friday afternoon. Excited to be back! The lead up to the race including getting to hang out with the AWESOME crew from Ceepo! A...

What Now??

Sunday 28 Sep 2014 Admin
As always it has been a crazy few months with many high’s and low’s that are all part of the emotional roller coaster and life of a Professional Triathlete! Guy sums it up nicely in pictures and few words here: http://www.guycrawford.us/news.php This was done a few days before Ironman Lake Tahoe! I was pretty excited about the opportunity to do this race. I had a little bit longer taper than normal but better to be fresh than over done!! It was also the last chance for Professional’s to race in Tahoe as it will be a non-Pro race next year. Plus it is just stunning! Guy and I arrived 10 days early to adjust to the altitude and know everything we can about the course. We both felt good and ready to go come race day! But as you know by now the Ironman was unfortunately cancelled! Massive fires in California had resulted in excessive amounts of smoke being blown in and trapped in the Lake Tahoe area. A few days out weather forecasts were showing the wind changing...

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