Xtri had a chance to sit down with Brian Enge of Active.com to find out about an exciting new program they created for the Endurance Consumer...

So we have heard about an exciting new program Active Network is starting next week

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Indy racing star Tony Kanaan revs up action at City Bikes Ironman 70.3 Miami 2013
Miami Tri Events is proud to announce for the fourth consecutive year, that the 2013 Indianapolis 500 and the 2004 Indy Racing League IndyCar Series Championship winner, Tony Kanaan
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Wurtele and Bromme Claim First Titles in Whistler
It was a picture-perfect day of racing in Whistler, British Columbia that featured exciting battles amongst the mountains and glacier-fed lakes that line the course.
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Challenge Penticton makes triathlon history in North America Penticton’s own Jeffrey Symonds made history today, winning the first Challenge Family event in North America with an 8:29:57.
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Aussie Thoroughbreds Steal the Show in Kentucky The seventh running of IRONMAN Louisville debuted this morning to a clear sunrise over the Ohio River, and continued in hot and steamy Bluegrass State-fashion.
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Team USA Grabs Three Titles, 12 Medals at ITU Aquathlon Worlds
Team USA earned three age-group world titles and 12 total medals at the 2013 ITU Aquathlon World Championships on Wednesday, the opening day of multisport competition in Hyde Park.
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2013 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final London Elite Women’s Preview
Across seven World Triathlon Series races, four different continents, it all comes down to this. Just 13 points separate Gwen Jorgensen, Anne Haug and Non Stanford
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2013 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final London Elite Men’s Preview: Rematch set in Hyde Park In the seven World Triathlon Series races contested this year, they’ve all been won by only three men - Alistair Brownlee, Jonathan Browlnee and Javier Gomez.
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Twelsiek, Arendt Show Madison What They're Made Of With grey skies overhead and a brisk wind from the east, South Africa’s Kent Horner led the way out of Lake Monona in 52:34. Just a few seconds behind were France’s Romain Guillaume
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