Why Swimming Year-Round Can Be Hazardous To Your A RaceRead more
Swimming holds a unique space in triathlon. It’s the shortest of all three distances on race day, yet it often holds the highest level of stress. From our perspective as coaches
Day in the Life with Cait Snow: Kona and its AftershockRead more
Mentally, leading up to Kona, I was in a different place than I’ve been in years past. While I didn’t slack off at all, I felt a lot more relaxed, especially in the hours between training sessions.
Kona 2013 – Pro Men Bike Fit Analysis: Part 1 Here is Part 1 of Todd Kenyon's Pro Men bike fit analysis videos. This video looks at the fit of Andrew Starykowicz, Sebastian Kienle, and Luke McKenzie. Todd compares various fitRead more
Heather Gollnick: Welcome to the Off-Season! Welcome to the off-season, a time to look at what went well during your season and what went not so well (or yes, stunk). You either had the season of your life – (think PR)Read more
Mark Allen Shares Insight Into His New Book The Art of CompetitionRead more
A lot of people have asked 6-Time Hawaii Ironman World Champion Mark Allen just what was the mindset that enabled him to be so consistent and so successful during his career.
Triathlete's company to build high-tech bikes in Des MoinesRead more
When Des Moines triathlete T.J. Tollakson competes in Ironman Arizona three weeks from now in Tempe, Ariz., he'll be riding a DiMOND Bike, a high-performance bicycle
RUDY PROJECT NAMED THE OFFICIAL HELMET OF IRONMAN FOR NORTH AMERICA Rudy Project, Italian designers and engineers of precision helmets, and IRONMAN today announced Rudy Project as the Official Helmet of IRONMAN® for North America.Read more
Challenge Weymouth announced as Challenge Family’s new UK home Famous for its fine Georgian seafront and long golden, sandy beaches; the views from Weymouth Bay are truly spectacular and make for a unique new race site.Read more