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Runaway Wins for Frodeno and Jackson in Oceanside

Runaway Wins for Frodeno and Jackson in Oceanside

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

Jan Fredeno and Heather Jackson used blistering run splits to capture the prestigious Accenture IRONMAN Frodeno goes two for two Five-time Accenture IRONMAN 70.3 California champion Andy Potts (USA) led the men’s field out of the water with his 22:44 swim time. Last year’s winner in Oceanside, Jan Frodeno (DEU), was within seconds of the leader, while the rest of the contenders were looking at one to two and half minute deficits as they ran into transition. more

70.3 California preview

70.3 California preview

Friday 27 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

IRONMAN 70.3 California started out as an IRONMAN in 2000. Two years later it was turned into one of the first IRONMAN 70.3 events and helped launch the popularity of the distance. Oceanside, California offers triathletes a chance to race in the region that birthed the sport in the early 1970s in Mission Bay. Oceanside is located at the northern end of San Diego's North County, which includes the beach communities of Del Mar, Cardiff, Encinitas, and Carlsbad—home to surf, triathlon, and beach cu more

Male Champions Grace African Soil

Male Champions Grace African Soil

Friday 27 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

The first IRONMAN African Championship features a stellar men's field. The deepest and strongest IRONMAN professional field ever assembled in Africa is set for a fierce battle at the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship on Sunday March 29. The men’s field at the inaugural Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship features continental and world championship winners, together with some of South Africa’s most promising talents. more

African Champs: Swallow and Corbin Headline Women's Field

African Champs: Swallow and Corbin Headline Women's Field

Friday 27 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

The Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship features an incredibly competitive women's field. The women’s field at the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship has never been this open. There are obvious choices for favorites, but with so much quality in the field, picking a winner is a guessing game. more

Star-studded line up set for women’s WTS Auckland

Star-studded line up set for women’s WTS Auckland

Friday 27 Mar 2015 [Triathlon News]

The second stop of the ITU World Triathlon Series touches down in Auckland this Sunday, which includes a roster of the highest star-studded potential all vying to take home the next circuit title in the season’s first standard distance race of the year. The world’s finest will battle it out on a choppy two-lap harbour swim, hilly eight-lap bike and finish it off with a four-lap run course. more

Gwen Jorgensen Runs To 7th Straight WTS Win In Auckland

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Triathlete.com
Gwen Jorgensen continued her ITU dominance today at the ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland race. American Gwen Jorgensen emerged from the swim about 40 seconds down from the leaders and became a part of the main chase group. Sweden’s Lisa Norden, the 2012 Olympic silver medalist, pulled the group up to the leaders. Jorgensen started the run with the front pack and dominated the 10K in 34:10 to claim her seventh-straight (and 10th overall) WTS victory. American Katie Zaferes earned her second-straight silver medal in the WTS. New Zealand’s Andrea Hewitt rounded out the podium. Check back for a complete race recap. 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Auckland Auckland, New Zealand – March 28, 2015 1.5K swim, 40K bike, 10K run 1 Gwen Jorgensen USA 2:09:04 2 Katie Zaferes USA 2:10:42 3 Andrea Hewitt NZL 2:10:58 4 Vendula Frintova CZE 2:11:23 5 Lisa Perterer AUT 2:11:40 6 Emma Moffatt AUS 2:11:43 7 Yuka Sato JPN 2:12:02 8 Sarah True USA 2:12:22 9 Sarah-anne Brault CAN...

Frodeno and Jackson win 70.3 Oceanside

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Admin
Jackson2-Nilsen Ironman Media | Pics Nils Nilsen Taking advantage of beautiful California conditions, Jan Frodeno (GER) and Heather Jackson (USA) used blistering run splits to capture wins at today’s Accenture 70.3 California triathlon, crossing the finish line in 3:47:08 and 4:14:47, respectively. Frodeno, Germany’s 2008 gold medalist, earned his second consecutive win in Oceanside while Heather Jackson earned her second win in three years. Men’s Race Five-time 70.3 California champion Andy Potts (USA) led a strong men’s field out of the water with his 22:44 swim time. Following closely was last year’s winner in Oceanside, Jan Frodeno (GER), while the rest of the contenders were looking at one to two and half minute deficits as they ran into transition. Once on the bike, a large pack consisting of Maik Twelsiek (GER), Ronnie Schildknecht (CHE), Brent McMahon (CAN), Jesse Thomas (USA) and Lionel Sanders (CAN) joined Potts and Frodeno at the front of the race. After the lead was exchanged a number...

Photos: 2015 Ironman 70.3 California

Sunday 29 Mar 2015 Triathlete.com
1 of {count} Back to Start View Larger Image.2015 Ironman 70.3 California Five-time winner Andy Potts (USA) gives a smile before the start of the race.View Larger Image.2015 Ironman 70.3 California Heather Jackson (USA) has raced in Oceanside several times and earned the win in 2013. View Larger Image.2015 Ironman 70.3 California Athletes take off for the 1.2-mile swim. View Larger Image.2015 Ironman 70.3 California Water temps were unseasonably warm (67 degrees versus the typical mid-50s). View Larger Image.2015 Ironman 70.3 California Potts was first out of the water in 22:44. He admitted after the race that he was a little weary of the pack of sea lions that surrounded the athletes at the start of the swim.View Larger Image.2015 Ironman 70.3 California Nearly 40 professional men started the race in Oceanside.View Larger Image.2015 Ironman 70.3 California The bike course weaves through the Camp Pendleton military base.View Larger Image.2015...

Frodeno, Jackson Run Their Way to IRONMAN 70.3 California Wins

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Tjnick
ironman 70.3 oceanside frodeno Taking advantage of beautiful California conditions, Jan Frodeno (GER) and Heather Jackson (USA) used blistering run splits to capture wins at today's Accenture IRONMAN 70.3 California triathlon, crossing the finish line in 3:47:08 and 4:14:47, respectively. Frodeno, Germany's 2008 gold medalist, earned his second consecutive win in Oceanside while Heather Jackson earned her second win in three years. Men's Race Five-time IRONMAN 70.3 California champion Andy Potts (USA) led a strong men's field out of the water with his 22:44 swim time. Following closely was last year's winner in Oceanside, Jan Frodeno (GER), while the rest of the contenders were looking at one to two and half minute deficits as they ran into transition. Once on the bike, a large pack consisting of Maik Twelsiek (GER), Ronnie Schildknecht (CHE), Brent McMahon (CAN), Jesse Thomas (USA) and Lionel Sanders (CAN) joined Potts and Frodeno at the front of the race. After the lead was exchanged a number times in the...

Allen, Slack Win XTERRA Saipan Championship

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Tjnick
XTERRA Saipan Allen 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. "Some of the worst conditions I've ever raced in. The rain didn't let up and it made for super slippery conditions," explained Allen. Allen, one of the sports best swimmers, used those skills to bridge an early one-minute gap over Bradley Weiss and backed it up with the fastest bike and run splits of the day to win in convincing fashion with a time of 2:40:25, more than six-minutes ahead of Weiss. "The climbs on the bike where the only place to really push because you had to be so careful on the descents not to crash. The...

Quick Q&A with Grant

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Tim
maxresdefault I thought it would be interesting to get a coach’s perspective on the athlete/coach relationship, so I’ve grabbed the microphone, put on the interviewer hat and asked my coach, Grant ‘Gilesy’ Giles, some hard-hitting questions about coaching in general and coaching me in particular. TB: So Grant, coach of Tim Van Berkel and Director of the Aeromax Team, welcome to this interview. Are you ready to go deep? GG: Fire away! TB: The athlete/coach relationship develops over time. Can you tell us how your relationship with Tim has changed through the nine years you’ve been together? GG: It’s evolved from working on everything to working a lot more selectively on what needs to improve in the moment to move the whole thing forward. For a younger athlete it’s about building the platform to create a stable and consistent athlete. Once that’s achieved, like it is with Tim, at 30, then I look a lot more at what we need to get him to do not just to be consistent, but to place in world-class...

Anatomy of an athlete/coach relationship

Saturday 28 Mar 2015 Tim
220-triathlon-front-cover-March-2015 Get it right and it can be an athlete’s greatest asset, get it wrong and it can have the destructive power of a marriage made in hell, with the details splashed all over the media. I’m talking about the relationship that an athlete has with their coach. This is a follow-on piece from my recent article in 220 Triathlon where I talk about the importance of the athlete-coach relationship. If you are like me you’ll probably want to subscribe and read the whole magazine on your iPad.   For me personally, my relationship with Gilesy (Grant Giles) has been a long-term partnership, now 9 years, and definitely worth moving across the country for. I started working with Gilesy as a fresh-faced 21 year old. Over those years our relationship has changed and developed, but it continues to give me a competitive edge. The Key to Success A Canadian study, conducted after the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, interviewed 27 elite athletes and 30 coaches about the factors that they believed...

Ironman Melbourne - Asia Pacific Championship

Thursday 19 Mar 2015
Picture photo by witsup.com    1st   -   8:52:51   swim   -   54:44 (7th)   bike     -   4:48:01 (5th)   run      -   3:06:32 (2nd) photo by Joanne Baxas I'm not sure how many times I visualized just how my race in Melbourne would pan out but every time it had me crossing the line first with a huge smile on my face. It wasn't just the finish line that I imagined. I went through my entire race section by section. My final visualisations were what I thought would be conservative. In brief, I'd have a decent swim exiting the water around 3min behind the leaders. I'd get off the bike with a 5min deficit. In past races with long bike legs, I've always hammered the first half of the bike to try get to the lead ASAP but this time I really wanted to conserve a little energy to have a good run. And then for the run I had strict instructions from Jared to run no faster than low 4's (4min/km). "4:0-...

Why I Resigned from the Women For Tri Board

Friday 27 Mar 2015 Hillarybiscay
Over a week ago now, I made the disappointing decision to resign from the Women for Tri board. This was not a decision that I took lightly, as when I commit to something, I have every intention of following through. But in this instance, ultimately I had to make the call to cut my losses. Time is my most precious resource and I was willing to donate a significant amount of it to this project if it meant working on a project that would leave our sport better, particularly for the women in it. I love ironman. So much so that ironman completely changed the trajectory of my career, and in turn, my life. And I do not want to see everything that made me fall in love with this sport 14 years ago slowly fade away. As the only professional triathlete on the board and a coach of up-and-coming professional female triathletes, I felt a great responsibility to look out for this group. Unfortunately, I realized very quickly that my intentions would be much better served and time better spent...

XTERRA Rotorua in New Zealand- 2014 highlight video.

Friday 27 Mar 2015 Conrad
XTERRA Rotorua 2014

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