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Challenge Taiwan

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Wasserstadt Triathlon

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IRONMAN Australia Champions Back to Defend Titles

IRONMAN Australia Champions Back to Defend Titles

Friday 29 Apr 2016 [Triathlon News]

Australian Paul Ambrose and New Zealand’s Michelle Bremer will both return to the scene of their 2015 triumphs when they attempt to go back to back at IRONMAN Australia on 1 May. Paul Ambrose won his first IRONMAN Australia title in 2012, but was unable to defend it the following year. This time, he’s focussed all his energies on racing well as defending champion. "I wanted to go back in 2013 to defend my title, but problems with my race schedule meant it didn't work out. This year everything ha more

California’s Wildflower blooms for its 34th time

California’s Wildflower blooms for its 34th time

Thursday 28 Apr 2016 [Triathlon News]

Wildflower Triathlons, one of the most historic race series in the sport’s history, will host several elite, world-class triathletes competing for the championship against each other and the merciless elements surrounding Lake San Antonio. Presented with a modified drought-tolerant course for the third year in a row, both the Men’s and Women’s 2015 Wildflower Champions will return to defend their title while conquering one of the toughest courses in triathlon more

Southern France plays host to Ironman 70.3 Pays d'Aix

Southern France plays host to Ironman 70.3 Pays d'Aix

Wednesday 27 Apr 2016 [Triathlon News]

The Community of Pays d'Aix, known as a training paradise to many cyclists and triathletes, plays host to a spectacular qualifying race for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship. IRONMAN 70.3 Pays d'Aix will take place on the city of Aix en Provence. Aix en Provence is rich in history and arts combine to create some of the most beautiful museums and local architecture in the world. more

Crowie adds Hustle to 70.3 Busselton

Crowie adds Hustle to 70.3 Busselton

Tuesday 26 Apr 2016 [Triathlon News]

Ironman 70.3 Busselton, Triathlon Western Australia (TWA) is excited to announce the addition of 5 x World Champion Triathlete, Craig ‘Crowie’ Alexander to the Professional start list for the SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton, Sunday 1 May 2016 more

Bocherer & Beranek battle to the titles at Challenge Fuerteventura

Bocherer & Beranek battle to the titles at Challenge Fuerteventura

Monday 25 Apr 2016 [Triathlon News]

Andi Böcherer won today the 6th Edition of Challenge Fuerteventura in an exciting and demanding race Will Clarke and Timo Bracht his mail opponents. The multiple middle distance race winning German triathlete recorded a time of 3.59.00 beating Timo Bracht in little more than one minute and Will Clarke by just 35 seconds! more

Thomas Gets 6th Straight Win, Lyles Repeats At Wildflower

Saturday 30 Apr 2016 Triathlete.com
American Jesse Thomas earned his sixth-straight win, while fellow American Liz Lyles started a streak of her own by defending her 2015 title at the 34th running of the Wildflower Long Course Triathlon. Check back for a race recap and photo gallery. 2016 Wildflower Long Course Triathlon Lake San Antonio, Calif. – April 30, 2016 1.2-mile swim, 2.2-mile run to T1, 56-mile bike, 10.9-mile run Men 1. Jesse Thomas (USA) 4:05:32 2. Tereno Bozzone (NZL) 4:08:17 3. Chris Leiferman (USA) 4:10:36 4. Chris Baird (USA) 4:11:17 5. Matthew Russell (USA) 4:12:54 Women 1. Liz Lyles (USA) 4:42:17 2. Laurel Wassner (USA) 4:48:42 3. Emily Cocks (USA) 4:51:33 4. Robin Pomeroy (USA) 4:57:47 5. Lauren Goss (USA) 4:59:43 Complete results The post Thomas Gets 6th Straight Win, Lyles Repeats At Wildflower appeared first on Triathlete.com.

Sarah Lyall on Miller Story

Saturday 30 Apr 2016
Ms. Lyall is the author of the explosive piece on Julie Miller in the New York Times. She answered questions about the story from the perspective of the Times.

IM Texas course revealed

Saturday 30 Apr 2016
It's not quite 112mi, and it's a turny mother, but if Mike Reilly calls you an Ironman as you stride to the finish, by cracky, you're an Ironman.

Rocklin Endurance Road Show

Saturday 30 Apr 2016
Small shop, small town, big heart. If you want to know what community and solidarity looks like, travel to this Slowtwitch Road Show when it takes place next year.

Nutrition On Long Bike Rides

Friday 29 Apr 2016 Triathlete.com
Q: With the warmer weather finally here, I’m taking my long rides outside. How should I be approaching my on-the-bike hydration? A: The first step is to assess your fluid needs. Test and know your sweat rate (the average is 24–32 ounces an hour, or at least one bottle per hour), then determine how much fluid you will need to carry for a race. Find out the specifics for your race; for example, sprint tris often do not supply fluid on the bike course, so you’ll need to carry your own. Olympic-distance races may have one, two (or no) bottle refill stations, so you’ll need to carry enough fluid to either complete your race, or make it between aid stations. Next, address your bike frame size and setup to determine how much fluid you can hold and where you can stash it. For example, my tri bike can only hold one bottle cage on my downtube; larger bikes can hold two. Aerobars allow for front-mount bottles you can reach and drink while staying in the aero position. Rear-mount...

2016: Let’s do this!!

Friday 22 Jan 2016 Admin
Image 1-22-16 at 9.11 AM I’ve always liked turning the page into a new year: reflecting on the year past, planning for the year ahead and even new year resolutions (don’t judge me!). I’ve just about wrapped up my racing plans for the year and my schedule is looking a bit like this: 10 Jan        Pucon 70.3  (2nd) 17 Jan        MercuryMan Triathlon (1st) 20 March   Puerto Rico 70.3 10 Apr         Palmas 70.3 7 May         St George 12 June      Escape from Alcatraz 10 July         Vineman 70.3 24 July        IM Lake Placid [World 70.3 in Oz?] 9 October    KONA The theme for the year is “just do it”. Over the past couple of years I have erred towards making the sensible, maybe conservative choices. This means I have put off heading to some of my “bucket list” races. No more delaying. This is the year to just go for it. Racing Pucon 70.3 kicked off the year on the right foot. Instead of worrying about my lack of time on the bike (average bike hours for the month < hours on skis). Thankfully, I let the “what...

THE 2015 blog…

Thursday 19 Nov 2015 Admin
IMG_5343 November is not an obvious time to be writing my first blog of 2015 but better late than never. Kona was a little over 5 weeks ago so I will start there and who knows, maybe I’ll get around to writing another in 2015. This year was my seventh year racing on the Big Island. For the past few years it has been my big focus of the year. Every year has it’s own challenges but generally I consider myself lucky and for various reasons I felt like this year was one of my most challenging. It is ironic that the foot injury I got during Ironman Texas was probably the best thing that happened to me in terms of my Kona preparation. It sucked to not run for 10 weeks but being forced onto the side lines was the catalyst to showing me that I still really wanted that Ironman World Championship title. I’d maybe gotten a little derailed early on in the year but the injury allowed me to take a step back and realize this Kona goal of mine was one I was ready to really fight for it. So fast forward to...

Challenge Bahrain and other stuff

Wednesday 17 Dec 2014 Admin
10854303_962865993741487_7780175763985112314_o There was a whole lot of hype around Challenge Bahrain and the event lived up to expectations.  The race organisers put a lot of effort into gathering quality fields on both the men’s and women’s field and there was some fast and close racing.  We were treated very well and it sounds like the age group experience matched that of the pros. Photo credit: Witsup.com  You all know the results.  Another runner up position for me: that seems to have been the theme of the year!  Of course I wanted to win but on a personal note I was very happy with how I raced and glad to have ended my year on a positive note. In a nutshell: – For the first time this year I made the front pack of swimmers (Jodie Swallow gapped us all). – I rode strong: strong enough to be a little strategic even if that strategy didn’t pay off.  My exact race plan unravelled a little in the back half as I missed water at 2 aid stations so it meant I was parched for about 20km. – A strong run especially in...

This comes from the land down under…

Wednesday 26 Nov 2014 Admin
IMG_2976 It is  only 10 days until Challenge Bahrain, my final race of 2014 and so a good time for a quick update from Perth.  It’s my fourth week here in Perth; my fourth time here but my first time here training.  I’ve been impressed.  Perth is a city that likes to be active and likes to be active early.  I’ve been out riding at 5:30am feeling pretty pleased with myself and soon realised I’m probably half an hour behind the general curve ball! I arrived in Perth in good time to race Mandurah 70.3.  Unfortunately my bike took a battering during the journey so I wasn’t able to get out for a ride on it until the day before the race.  Not ideal but, who am I kidding?! The real issue was my light to non existent training between Kona and Mandurah.  There’s only so far Kona fitness will take you and I’d stretched it too far.  It was definitely a wake up call!  You can see my thoughts on the race in witsup.com post race here: http://www.witsup.com/video-mandurah-70-3-pro-chatter/ I decided to bin...

Kona 2014

Tuesday 28 Oct 2014 Admin
2014 Ironman World Championship Sometimes you cross the finish line and you almost immediately have perspective on your race. My Kona 2014 race has taken a little longer to find that.  I went in with the smoothest preparation I have had probably for any race.   I felt fit, strong and in a good place to really challenge for the win.  Missing that goal is of course disappointing but I’ve always had the attitude though that you can’t be disappointed if you put your best foot forward. So why disappointment? Finding perspective was difficult because I kept wondering “Could I have done more; physically or mentally to make myself perform better on that day?”.   I felt like I was in my best running shape going into the race.  My bike data doesn’t suggest that I rode outside myself.  I didn’t run out of energy.  Yet I didn’t run as fast as I know I can.  Of course performing to your full potential on the day that matters is a real puzzle.  There are so many factors to consider…to get it right is not a...

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