From the monthly archives: April 2017

Ironman Burnout

On April 28, 2017 By

Not knowing when to take a rest from Ironman training can lead to Ironman burnout and have an adverse effect on your race results.

For many, reaching the Ironman finish line just once is their main objective and often Ironman burnout prevents them from getting there.

There’s no doubt that becoming an Ironman is […]

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Kenyan runners

On April 21, 2017 By

Reasons why Kenyan runners are among the top runners in the world.

Intense training and attention to nutrition would probably be right near the top of what makes Kenyan runners so amazing..

From the very first time I ever saw the Kenyans run in the Olympic Games I became a big fan.

The Kenyan […]

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Strong USA representation in race for podium spots in Ironman 70.3 Peru results 2017.

Several top American pros made the trip to Peru to take on a very competitive international field.

For the pro men Andy Potts and Patrick Evoe were likely favored to be on or near the podium when the dust […]

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Ironman Texas results 2017

On April 23, 2017 By

Top international pros race for podium in Ironman Texas results 2017

Ironman Texas 2017 was billed as the Ironman North American Championship. As expected it drew an excellent field of pros from around the world.

The winners of Ironman Texas 2016 were Patrick Lange and Julia Gajer. Severe weather plagued the 2016 race […]

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Prize money and Championship Points up for grabs in Ironman South Africa Results 2017.

This iconic race that kicked off at Nelson Mandela Bay is billed as the Ironman African Championship. The race sold out as usual and 75 Ironman Hawaii World Championship slots were up for grabs for top age-group finishers.

There was […]

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