IronmanLIVE reporter, Dave Erickson runs with 2012 Ironman Arizona Champion, Linsey Corbin. More »
Introducing the all new lightweight Timex Cycle Trainer 2.0 bike computer, which adds a dashboard to your handlebars. More »
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #97 (12.10.13): Race Results: Ironman Cozumel, Ironman Western Australia, Ultraman Championship plus we discuss “The Armstrong Lie” press conference from the Toronto International Film Festival, Why do nipples get hard when it’s cold, and so much more.
Frenchman Jeremy Jurkiewicz executed a flawless performance while American Elizabeth Lyles had the hot feet to bag the biggest wins of their careers at SunSmart IRONMAN Western Australia in Busselton.
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #96 (11.26.13): 2013 Ironman Arizona contest winners announced, Listeners Q&A, Dave’s Ironman Arizona Race Recap, Eats of the Week and so much more.
Athlete check-in at an Ironman or Ironman 70.3 race is the process in which athletes get their bib number, sign a liability waiver, pick up their race packet, receive their athlete wristband, grab their swag bag and get assigned a timing chip. It’s not a very lengthy process and thanks to the volunteers, is actually pretty easy.
The inaugural IRONMAN Arizona was held on April 9, 2005. In cooperation with the City of Tempe and the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community, the race quickly gained popularity. It offered a fast and flat course, and a spectator-friendly atmosphere in and around Tempe Beach Park and Tempe Town Lake.
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #95 (11.14.13): 2013 Ironman Arizona preview, guest interviews with Ironman Champions, Meredith Kessler and Matt Russell, NBC coverage of the 2013 GoPro Ironman World Championship announced, Endurance Hour listeners recognized for their support plus two great contest giveaways.
Started in 1978 as an endurance challenge combining the 2.4-mile Waikiki Roughwater Swim, the Around Oahu Bike Race (112 miles) and the 26.2-mile Honolulu Marathon, the GoPro IRONMAN World Championship has become renowned as the world’s most challenging one-day sporting event.
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #94 (11.7.13): Cold weather cycling tips, Ironman Florida recap, Lance Armstrong documentary, Ironman confirms talks with football (soccer) superstar David Beckham, Skins Compression Gear, Listener Q&A Feedback and so much more.
(news.com.au) IRONMAN officials have confirmed they are now in talks with football superstar David Beckham in a bid to entice him to try his hand at racing the toughest one-day race in the world – the Hawaii ironman world championship.
by Jennifer Ward Barber
Following on the heels of a stormy Friday, the 15th edition of IRONMAN Florida unfolded this morning to a clear, cool fall morning. For athletes with the stamina to train into November, this wildly popular race doled out rewards in the form of record-setting splits.
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #93 (10.31.13): 2013 Ironman Florida Press Conference with Mirinda Carfrae, Timothy O’Donnell, Jessica Jacobs, Yvonne van Vlerken, Andrew Starykowicz and Kirill Kotsegarov, Floridian, Jennifer Hanley-Pinto joins us for a course preview plus an interview with Sarah Coulam, Program Director of the Children’s Tumor Foundation. The Children’s Tumor Foundation Endurance Team will be the Official Charity Partner for the 2014 Ironman Florida.
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #92 (10.24.13): Craig Alexander calls it quits in Kona, Olympic Gold Medalist, Simon Whitfield retires, the Challenged Athletes Foundation celebrates 20 years, The Armstrong Lie documentary, Roger recaps his race in Kona, 3 New Ironman races are announced for 2014, Listener Q&A, Kona Contest Winners are announced and we start a new contest around Ironman Arizona.
It was a tough day for the man who once ruled the lava fields on the Big Island. 5-time world champion, Craig Alexander raced his last Hawaii Ironman earlier this month and later announced that it would be his last full distance race as an athlete.
After nearly two decades of traveling the world representing Canada, the nation’s most decorated triathlete, Simon Whitfield, announced Wednesday that he will leave competitive sport to head up the Fantan Group’s sports entertainment division in Victoria.
“Today marks the end of my career as a professional athlete; it’s been an incredible journey and an amazing chapter in my life. I grew up dreaming of representing Canada at the Olympic Games, though I never imagined I would have the honour of wearing the maple leaf four times, winning two Olympic medals, and bearing the Flag,”
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #91 (10.18.13): Frederik Van Lierde and Mirinda Carfrae post race interviews along with the entire pro panel press conference, exclusive Kona moments with Ironman Legends, Mark Allen, Michellie Jones, Mike Reilly, Natascha Badmann and Dave Orlowski, plus Dave’s race week memories.
(Huffington Post) Alex Gibney began working on his documentary about Lance Armstrong in 2009, back when Armstrong was a cancer survivor and a hero in the world of cycling.
Endurance Hour Podcast Episode #90 (10.2.13): Ironman World Championship Race Odds, Kona Week Activities, Berlin Marathon Record, Facebook Q & A, Eats of the Week, Contest giveaway announcements and we discuss the future of the Endurance Hour Podcast in 2014.
On Sunday, Wilson Kipsang of Kenya set a world record of 2 hours 3 minutes 23 seconds at the Berlin Marathon. He shaved 15 seconds off the previous record of 2:03:38, set two years ago in Berlin by his countryman Patrick Makau, who did not participate Sunday because of injury.