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 »
Estonian, Marko Albert took on the Kiwis on their home turf at the 30th anniversary of the Kellogg’s Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand and came out victorious. He was the first out of the swim, first off the bike and first across the line against some extraordinary talent in Taupo.
Meredith Kessler made history at the 30th anniversary of the Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand event this year. Not only did she win wire-to-wire, she won for the third year in a row, breaking the course record. A monumental day for the American.
Richie Cunningham returns to the Timex Multisport Team after spending the last five years racking up countless podium finishes and victories.
I was on Team Timex a number of years ago. When I lived in Europe, I always raced in a team environment. I like racing on a team. It kind of makes triathlon not such an individual sport. Timex has put a lot into triathlon and it’s nice to be a part of that. I’ve known Tristan Brown, the team manager for years and have always liked working with him.
Cunningham is red haired speedster from the Gold Coast of Australia and now lives and trains in Boulder, Colorado with wife, 2 dogs and chickens.
I was diagnosed with an inflammatory bowel disease known as Crohn’s disease at the age of 13. I suffered chronic pain, fatigue, weight loss, anemia, bone loss, fever and excessive diarrhea. Over the course of 13 years the inflammation in my large intestine led to a rupture which put me in the emergency room for a life-saving surgery. This situation could have easily been avoided had I accepted the inevitable need for change and elected the recommended surgery.
IRONMAN is piloting a new program to give IRONMAN athletes an additional option to the standard refund policy. Instead of taking the standard refund, athletes registered for select North American IRONMAN events now have the option to transfer their entry to another IRONMAN or IRONMAN 70.3 event in North America with general entry slots still available. Athletes may move to a race sooner or later in the calendar year (dependent upon availability) and may move to another IRONMAN event or to an IRONMAN 70.3 event.
“Triathlon to me isn’t just a race, Triathlon is a lifestyle” This is how I train for a Triathlon says the owner of www.youtube.com/user/guitargrasshopper . “I find that having grit is more important than having talent in this sport or anything in life. There is no such thing as being “born with it”. Glory is earned, not given. Happy training.”
Five-time world champion Craig Alexander is back where he belongs on top of the podium after a dominant day at IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong, after he eased away from compatriot Tim Reed on the run for an emphatic victory.
Are you new to road riding? Just follow these 27 tongue-in-cheek steps on how to become a road biker presented by NSNB.com.
Home country South African favorite James Cunnama held off a late run charge by Britain’s Will Clarke to win by 23 seconds and Great Britain’s Jodie Swallow won her 4th straight Ironman 70.3 South Africa by a 3:47 margin over Lucie Reed Sunday in East London. It was one of the couple’s dual wins, which they shared with James’ sister Megan (personal best) and mother Margie (finish).
(Ironman.com) - A blistering run by Jan Frodeno propelled the 2008 Olympic champion to his first endurance-distance victory as the tall German destroyed a world-class field to clinch the IRONMAN 70.3 Auckland Asia-Pacific Championship title. Frodeno, 32, competing for just the third time over the IRONMAN 70.3 distance, came out of the second transition in third alongside Kiwi Terenzo Bozzone and a little over two minutes down on the long-time leader, Andrew Yoder of the USA.
In 2014, Trek will unify and broaden its triathlon presence under the Trek Factory Racing banner. The premiere season for the new international triathlon program will feature a 15-athlete roster featuring some of the sports’ most notable Ironman threats, established short distance competitors, as well as a promising core of youth competing across a wide range of triathlon disciplines. All team members will deploy the Trek Speed Concept 9 Series and have access to a full arsenal of Bontrager wheels and speed product and as always the unrivaled race support of Trek’s Waterloo-based Race Shop.
Today is “The Man’s” birthday. Dave Scott is 60! Dave Scott was the first 6-time Ironman Triathon World Champion. He won in 1980, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, and 1987. Only his rival, Mark Allen, managed to match these six titles eight years later.
Endurance Hour Podcast #98 (12.24.13): Off-Season Snow Sports and Cross Training Advice, The Armstrong Lie movie reaction, Big Giveaway Announcement for 2014, Facebook Feedback, 2014 Racing Goals and so much more. Special guest co-host, Brian Schaning.
A truly inspirational swimming video featuring Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Ian Thorpe, Cesar Cielo, Alain Bernard, James Magnusson and Nathan Adrian. It’s also great for athletes of all skill levels and disciplines looking for the motivation to begin their next season of training!
Take three of the world’s most talented trials riders and make them go on a road bike ride. Beautiful things happen. Martyn Ashton, Danny MacAskill and Chris Akrigg take you on a new journey with a new bike in Road Bike Party 2.
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.