Sometimes it can be glaringly obvious when taking a break from triathlon training is the right thing to do, but far too often the warning signs are ignored. There is a common misconception that taking an extended break of weeks, months, or even a year will be a step backward [...]

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The Best Ironman Bike For You

On February 12, 2012 By

The best Ironman bike for you may not be exactly what you had in mind when you first decided to become a triathlete.

If you are quite new to cycling and thinking of perhaps taking on your first Ironman Triathlon there are a few options for you to consider.

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Will you walk or run the Ironman Marathon?

I had someone email me the other day and ask if it was okay to walk or run the Ironman marathon. Actually, they wanted to know if walking was even allowed.

They were on holidays and happened to end up at an [...]

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Top pros race for podium spots in Ironman Mont-Tremblant results 2014

It was billed as the North American Championship and a star-studded list of male pro triathletes who answered the staring gun on Sunday August 17, 2014.

In a very short period of time the venue has become a popular [...]

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Pro and age-group athletes race for top spots in Ironman 70.3 Lake Stevens results 2014

Less than fifty miles from Seattle lake Stevens is in an ideal location for a race combined with a family vacation.

Another large field of pros and age groupers answered the starting gun on the [...]

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