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  • April 10

  • Natalie TriFlorida/Sommer Sports Events What tips would you give a first timer for a Sprint Triathlon?
    a week ago
  • Natalie Signed up for the Sprint Triathlon on May 11. First one ever.
    a week ago
  • December 11

  • Slowesttwitch created the group Discount - Corerecoverysuit
    about 5 months ago
  • Slowesttwitch created the group [AS:JOURNALINFO:GROUPNAMELINK]
    about 5 months ago
  • October 18

  • KAR The GFT Tribe Hi E-Dad and Taz!!! Hey Dad, how was the B2B?... I follow GFT on twitter, it's really looking like no wetsuits this year, water temp is over 80 degrees... I already have 2014 in the back of my mind. Missed the last three years due to a bad cold race week, plantar fasciitis, and just plain lack of motivation. I concentrated on smaller local races this year. I'm entered in the Florida Challenge next March, so I'll hold off on a GFT decision til after then. But I'm really hungry for one last shot at it... Good luck to all GFT participants tomorrow, make it memorable!!! Anyone know if St. Pete Mad Dogs are still there?
    about 6 months ago
    • EnduradadRace was great. VERY cold though, I hate cold. race start was 38 and as soon as sun set went back down fast.
      trying to plan what to do next year?
      If up to me GFT, but family wants to go some where new.

      please someone give an update on race for this year.
      10:54 AM October 28
  • SVS OK, as a past/present "TRIBE" member, I wish everyone a very safe event!! I'll be sitting by the roadside, as you cycle by, applauding your efforts. If you think it's me, just yell out "TAZ"!! No prizes, but it will keep you on your toes. HINT... What color is a pumpkin? ARE YOU TOUGH ENOUGH? MORE STONES!! The "TRIBE" battle cries! TAZ
    about 6 months ago
  • October 17

  • Enduradad Slowesttwitch Sorry I didn't see your question earlier. Try compression sleeves. They are a little expensive, but work well. I thought they were a gimmick, but hospitals use them. I wear them at night when I suffer from leg cramps. Look silly, but work well. I have not noticed if they help while racing?
    about 7 months ago
  • October 16

  • Enduradad Good luck to all doing GFT this year! I hope that some of you write a report. I'll be back again next year. Enduradad
    about 7 months ago
    • EnduradadThe count down clock seems to be running out of numbers. Must be almost race day.
      8:42 AM October 17
  • October 02

  • Slowesttwitch Open Triathlon Discussion anybody heard any info on the new recovery suit that is been launched by corerecoverysuit.com hamstrings are still really sore and looking for a recovery
    about 7 months ago
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Paralyzed Veteran to Compete in Her First Triathlon
4/16/2014 9:01:11 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site
Paralyzed Veteran to Compete in Her First Triathlon (via PRWeb)

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New Qualifier on 2015 Schedule, Ironman Taiwan
4/16/2014 8:37:09 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

ironman taiwanA day after adding two new events to the 2014 race calendar in Europe comes word that the WTC has added a new Ironman World Championship qualifying race in the Asia-Pacific region. The inaugural Ironman Taiwan event will be hosted throughout the stunning Kenting region in Taiwan on April 12, 2015. This would be the third Ironman qualifying race in Asia for triathletes.

Located to the south, Kenting has not only become a major triathlon destination in Taiwan but also provides a vacation paradise for families and couples alike. Kenting will welcome athletes for its first IRONMAN race with full support from the government and the local community.

The event will complement the IRONMAN 70.3 Taiwan, which was first established in 2010. With the growing popularity of IRONMAN 70.3 Taiwan, local and international triathletes will now enjoy the additional option of an IRONMAN branded race offering participants a new challenge.

Renny Ling, the CEO of Taiwan Triathlon Co., Ltd, said he was honored and delighted to bring the IRONMAN series into Taiwan. "Taiwanese triathletes have yearned for an IRONMAN race for years. It's an historic moment for us to launch IRONMAN Taiwan. We would like to welcome triathlon-lovers from all around the world and will show you the beauty and toughness of this island."

Swim: 3.8km
Athletes will begin with a 3.8km ocean swim in the famous waters of Kenting Beach. It will be a two-lap anti-clockwise swim with the mass start from the sandy shore. The swim course is in crystal clear water and the water temperature in April is approximately 24 degrees Celsius.

Bike: 180km
Athletes will then experience a mix of hills and flat stretches on the 3-lap, 180km bike course which will take them along the southern tip of Taiwan.

Run: 42.2km
The run course will showcase the best Kenting has to offer as athletes will run along the coastline of Hengchun Peninsula in the first 3 laps and pass the local night markets in the last lap . The run course is almost flat.

Ironman Taiwan will be an official qualifier for the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship World Championship. There are 25 qualifying slots to the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship in Kaliua-Kona, Hawaii.

General registration will open on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at www.ironman.com/triathlon/events/asiapac/ironman/taiwan.aspx
 
 
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Ironman Announces 2 New Races in Barcelona, Spain
4/15/2014 5:53:34 PM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

IRONMAN Acquires Tritlon Spain SL - Challenge Barcelona and Half Challenge Barcelona to become IRONMAN® Barcelona and IRONMAN® 70.3® Barcelona

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IRONMAN announced today the acquisition of Tritlon Spain SL, owners and organizers of Challenge Barcelona and Half Challenge Barcelona. These races will now be operated as IRONMAN Barcelona and IRONMAN 70.3 Barcelona and will be held on October 5, 2014 and May 18, 2014 respectively. In addition, a future long-distance triathlon will take place in Peguera, Mallorca. IRONMAN will now have seven races in Spain, including IRONMAN® Lanzarote, IRONMAN® 70.3® Lanzarote, IRONMAN® Mallorca and the Thomas Cook IRONMAN® 70.3® Mallorca.

"We are thrilled to continue expanding our global event calendar with the acquisition of Tritlon Spain," said Andrew Messick, Chief Executive Officer of IRONMAN. "Tritlon has laid the foundation for what we believe will be amazing IRONMAN races that have a strong spirit and community support. IRONMAN will build on this to deliver an unparalleled athlete experience."

"We approached IRONMAN because we were looking for a way to grow our races while assuring the highest quality standards for our athletes, partners and host cities. We are excited about working with the global IRONMAN team and, so far, it's been nothing but a pleasure as they bring a high level of professionalism to the table," said Francesc Camarasa, Managing Director of Tritlon.

With this announcement Calella will bolster its reputation as one of Europe's up-and-coming triathlon hotspots. This tourism and sport destination is located at the "Costa del Maresme", just 50 kilometers from the city of Barcelona.

"These races have become key dates in our annual event calendar with positive economic and social impact on our community. With IRONMAN, the sport of triathlon will fully arrive in our region and we welcome the athletes, partners and global team with open arms and hearts," adds Montserrat Candini, Mayor of Calella.

IRONMAN Barcelona will have a 50,000 € professional prize purse and will be a P-2000 race. Additionally, the race will offer 50 age group slots to the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship taking place on Oct. 10, 2015 in Kailua-Kona, Hawai`i.

IRONMAN 70.3 Barcelona will have a 25,000 € professional prize purse and will be a P-750 race. Additionally, the race will offer 30 age group slots to the 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship taking place on September 7, 2014 Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada.

For more information on IRONMAN Barcelona visit www.ironman.com/barcelona and for IRONMAN 70.3 Barcelona visit www.ironman.com/barcelona70.3. Registration will open tomorrow, April 16, 2014 at 12:00 pm ET.

For more information on the IRONMAN brand and global event series, visit www.ironman.com.
 
 
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Ironman Unveils 2014 Kona Lottery & Legacy Winners
4/15/2014 1:49:00 PM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

Time-Honored Tradition Sends Diverse, International Field of Athletes to Kona

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IRONMAN today announced the 100 age-group athletes who have earned a chance to race at the 2014 IRONMAN® World Championship presented by GoPro through the IRONMAN® Legacy program, and the lucky 100 age-group athletes and five physically challenged age-group athletes from across the globe who won their ticket into Kona through the IRONMAN® Lottery program.

Granting loyal IRONMAN athletes an opportunity to compete at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai'i in October, this year's IRONMAN® Legacy program competitors hail from 20 different countries with more than half (55 out of 100) of the athletes residing outside of the United States, including 14 athletes from Australia, eight from Great Britain and seven from both Canada and Germany.

With this year's athletes ranging in age from 24 to 64 and representing 17 countries, the IRONMAN® Lottery program continues to gain momentum internationally. From a wounded female war veteran, 47, from Sydney, Australia, to a 19-time IRONMAN® triathlon finisher, 61, from Atlanta, Ga., the dream of crossing the finish line at IRONMAN's most iconic event unites all 100 age-group athletes.

Lottery Winners Legacy Winners
First Last Country First name Last name Country
Nawaf AlDhaen BH Miguel Aguilar MX
Spot Anderson AU Flavio Aguilera US
John Appeldorn US Orival Andries Junior BR
Cristine Ashcroft AU Rick Armiger US
Andrew Ballantyne AU David Arnold AU
Richard Beamish NZ Stephen Ash AU
Laurie Beattie  US Graeme Atwell AU
Thaddeus Binstead US Clintyn Barnes AU
Charles Black US John Barrett US
Jeremy Blake US Carl Barthorpe GB
Ola Blomgren SE Rainer Bomm DE
MIlton Bonellos CA Travis Bottomley AU
Joe Borge US Kim Bramblett US
Todd Borke US Peter Brown CA
Jason Brasseur US Rory Buisson GB
Allysin Bridges US Martin Bukacek US
Dennis Budd US David Burg US
Ferdi Cam DE Jose Ramon Callen Rodriguez ES
Damian Cameron GB Tom Carpenter US
Anthony Camilleri AU Stephen Carr US
Joe Cerniglia US James Casey AU
John Chatterton AU Matthew Chauvin US
Greg Christiansen US Joseph Christoffersen US
Trevor Cleveland US Cynthia Cohen US
Auke Cnossen HK Penny Comins GB
Andrew Dentskevich CH John Couzins US
scott dickson US Nick Crane AU
Thomas Evans US James Dalton GB
Erik Fallenius US Constantine Dasios AU
Warren Frick US Alejandro de Beer AR
Reginald Fuchs DE Katie Diehl US
Michael Genkin US Trent Dilkie CA
Juan Cristobal Gonzalez VE Phil Dull US
Eric Goodney US Rob Eachon US
Holly Grammer US Jennifer El Sherif US
Derek Guiher US Heidi Erpelding US
Donnie Hall US Eric Fontaine US
James Hall US Ricardo Gallegos MX
Neil Hall AU Andreas Gustavsson SE
Lars Hansen DE Maura Guthrie US
Peter Harding GB Michael Hamilton US
Julian Hawkins AE Brian Hill CA
Manfred Hofer DE Steve Hobson GB
Eric Jones US Manfred Holthausen DE
Kurt Jones US Omar Jimenez CR
David  Kanesky US Peter Joecken DE
Peter Karoczkai US Tim Johnson CA
Christine Kells GB Rick Jones US
Evan Kerr US Thomas Kalt DE
Michael Kichler US Peter Kerger DE
Jeff Klancke US Byongdoo Kim KR
Tammy Lackey US Kevin Kohn US
Joe Larsen US Matthew Kresge US
Harry Lee US James Lawrence US
Sheryl Leonard-Schneck US Kimberly Lerman US
Alan Macdougall US John Little US
Gina Maddox US John Little US
rubens martins BR Evan Malone US
Hiroshi Matsumura JP Witthaya Maneejakr TH
Jeronimo Mendez de la Maza ES Mauro Mazzaferro IT
Terri Menghini US Jason McFaul US
Gary Michelsen US Paul McKay AU
Tony Moore AU Carla McMurtrey US
Christopher Morris US Luis Mendes VE
Kent Morris US Bruce Murtagh NZ
Jerry Nista US Barbara Nelson US
Shawn OShea US Richard ONeil US
Daniele Pagani IT Lawrence Orgill US
Jim Parks US Bob Parney US
Randa Patrick US Rod Phillips AU
Yamandu Perez US Teresa Pitek CA
Kathleen Petelinsek US Nampetch Porntharukcharoen TH
Jonnie Pettersson SE Mark Pringle  GB
Cami Pfennig US Klaus Rehbein DE
David Pietig US Karen Rogasch AU
Patrick Quinlan US Anthony Romania US
Peter Rawlings AU Gerald Roth AT
Michelle Ridder US Alberto Salazar-Valadez MX
Michael Rössing CH Michael Sebaly US
David Robinson US Jerry Shoemaker US
Mutsumi Sato JP Alan Singleton AU
Chris Scapillato US Barbara Smith US
Andrew Shanks US Stephen Smith US
Gregory Shaw US Rosie Spicer AU
John Shryock US Gerald Steinhoff US
Robert Shuler US David Stroup US
Brian Silver US Romy Suzuki US
Jack Smith US Hidemi Takani JP
Jonas Thomander SE Teryn Tham SG
Stefan J Tunguz US Scott Thompson GB
André Van Gelder AU Joan Tranmer CA
Rick Walker NZ James Udy NZ
Andrae Wasler AT George Vale US
Jeb Watts US André Van Gelder AU
Nick Webster US Paula Van Nostrand CA
Doug Williams US William Veto PH
Yati Yadav US Tim Wells US
Andrew Yandell US John Williams GB
Tod York US Volker Winkler US
Michael Young US Willi Zimmermann DE

Physically Challenged Winners
First Last  Country
Kristina Ament  US
Brant Garvey  AU
Jean-Marie Buchot  FR
Gerald Geier  DE
Mohamed Lahna  US

IRONMAN Legacy Program:
The Legacy Program grants loyal IRONMAN competitors an opportunity to start in Kona at least once in their lifetime. One hundred Legacy winners are chosen every year. To be eligible for this year's selection, athletes must have completed a minimum of 12 full-distance IRONMAN-branded races, have never started the IRONMAN World Championship, have completed at least one IRONMAN event in each of the 2012 and 2013 seasons and be registered for an IRONMAN event in 2014.

IRONMAN Lottery Program:
A mainstay in the history of IRONMAN, the IRONMAN Lottery began in 1983 thanks to the vision of IRONMAN co-founders, John and Judy Collins. The program provides athletes of all abilities the opportunity to participate for the world's most challenging one-day endurance event.

For a comprehensive list of Lottery and Legacy winners, visit www.ironman.com. For more information on the Legacy and Lottery programs, go to www.ironmanworldchampionship.com.

Middaugh, Duffy win XTERRA West Championship
4/14/2014 1:30:29 PM TriFuel

April 13, 2014 (Lake Las Vegas - Henderson, Nevada) – Josiah Middaugh and Flora Duffy won the XTERRA U.S. Pro Series opener at the XTERRA West Championship around the desert of Lake Las Vegas in Henderson, Nevada this morning.

It’s the third time in four years Middaugh has captured the West Championship title.

Cycling Cadence in Triathlon
4/8/2014 1:55:29 PM TriFuel

There as been a lot of debate about the appropriate cycling cadence for triathletes. In general, we recommend riding at a cadence between 80-90 RPM at a minimum, preferably over 90 RPM. A great piece of advice we give to our athletes is to increase their cadence up to 95+ RPM for the last 10-20’ without significantly increasing the tension (on the chain) or effort level being put forth by the athlete.

Endurance Nation & Total Immersion Partner to Help Triathletes Swim Better & Improve Faster
4/8/2014 1:51:24 PM TriFuel

April 8, 2014 — Endurance Nation (www.endurancenation.us), the world’s largest and most active team of endurance athletes, today announced a partnership with Total Immersion (www.totalimmersion.net), the world’s premiere endurance swim education company, to bring Team Endurance Nation athletes a complete educational experience aimed at swimming fluency and efficiency for triathletes.

2014 ITU World Triathlon Auckland - Elite Men's Highlights
4/7/2014 6:02:56 PM TriFuel

Spain's Javier Gomez made it a hat-trick of Auckland wins in the Elite Mens event, and another victory over Great Britain's Jonathan Brownlee, while Great Britain's Jodie Stimpson started her WTS season in the perfect fashion with a dominant win the Elite Womens race in Auckland on Sunday.

Workout Wednesday with Carl Fannon
12:00:00 AM ITU News
Australia’s Carl Fannon came out guns blazing in his first ever ITU World Championship Age Group race last year. With just four years of triathlon training under his belt, Fannon clocked the fastest time in the men’s 35-39 sprint distance event. Check out some of his favourite workouts that helped him to his first World Championship title. Full Name: Carl Anthony Fannon Country: Australia Age Group: 35-39 Profession: Banking How did you get involved in triathlon? I started triathlon in 2010 to keep fit during the summer while I wasn’t playing semi-pro soccer. How often do you train? I train 2 to 3 times a day Best training advice? Best training advice would be less is more if its consistent, and be creative with your training & time management. What motivates you to race? My main motivation for racing is FUN..!!! Favorite Swim: 4k Continuous swim session to maximize time (no rest) 1k - Warm up 1k - Building effort with each 100m - Last 100m flat out sprint 1k - Paddles and Band 1k - 200m easy 200m hard Favorite Bike: On Turbo or Wind Trainer - 1 hour session 10mins warm up 6 x 6mins efforts (30sec Max effort - 1.30mins at Race Pace - 4mins Hard) Effort in TT position in the Big Chain Ring and 53/11 gearing with 1min recovery between each effort @ 90 rpm. 9min cool down spin Favorite Run: 1 hour session 20min warm up 18min - 1min @ 3.15 per km pace/  2mins @ 3:30 per km pace / 3min @4.15 per km pace ( 3 times ) 10min @ 4mins per k pace 12min cool down
Schoeman & Sanders defend African titles
12:00:00 AM ITU News
With less than two weeks to go until Cape Town makes its debut on the 2014 World Triathlon Series calendar, the 2014 ATU Triathlon African Championships were held in Troutbeck over the weekend. Gillian Sanders defended her continental title with a stunning win in Zimbabwe. While Mari Rabie took the lead out of the swim, Sanders paired up with Lauren Dance on the bike to slowly chip away at Rabie’s lead. After overtaking their compatriot on the bike, Sanders unleashed fury on the run to leave Dance behind. With a run split of 37:30, Sanders reclaimed her African crown in 2:18:18. Dance was next to cross over the finish line in 2:20:03, while Rabie was left with bronze in 2:21:38. In the men’s race, Henri Schoeman pumped out an impressive swim to distance himself from the crowd in what was a pivotal move for the podium. His more than a minute and a half lead out of the water gave him the insurmountable lead onto the bike and run he needed to hold onto his African title. While Richard Murray clocked both the fastest bike and run, it wasn’t enough to keep the up and coming Schoeman from capturing the African title in 2:00:15. After suffering a three-minute setback on the swim, Murray churned into gear on the bike, overtaking nearly half the field in the next two disciplines for silver in 2:01:49. Wian Sullwald, who earned South Africa its first ever world championship title in the men’s youth race in 2012, rounded out the top three in 2:02:26. 
British Triathlon seeks CEO
12:00:00 AM ITU News
British Triathlon recently opened the application process for what will be considered one of the most hotly contested roles in sport in the position as Chief Executive Officer. In opening the application process, Ian Howard TD, Chair of the British Triathlon Board said: “Zara leaves the Federation in fantastic shape for the future, but the organisation has high aspirations and we are looking for an exceptional individual to take the BTF forward to Rio 2016 and beyond.  We believe this role will attract applicants from a wide variety of backgrounds and we are looking forward to the challenge of selecting the best candidate” Since 2008 the sport has undergone a massive growth in participation, a significant shift in public profile and capped an amazing four-year journey when record crowds lined the route in Hyde Park to cheer home the first two triathletes to ever win Olympic medals for Team GB, Alistair and Jonny Brownlee. Governance has also flourished, with the BTF twice winning ‘Governing Body of the Year’, awarded by the Sport Industry Group. Interested applicants should visit the ‘vacancies’ section of the BTF website for more information and to apply.
Throwback Thursday: 25 memorable moments
12:00:00 AM ITU News
It’s Thursday, which has become universally synonymous with blasts from the past. So, since its both #TBT and our 25th anniversary this year, here’s a look back 25 memorable moments over the years. April 1, 1989 – The first Congress of ITU was organized in Avignon, France. A total of thirty National Federations were in attendance. August 6, 1989 – The first ITU World Championships were held in Avignon, France and were won by Mark Allen and Erin Baker. May 5, 1991 - The first ITU World Cup event was held in St Croix, Virgin Islands. The men’s podium was made up of Mike Pigg, Greg Welch and Mark Allen. The women’s top three were Carol Montgomery, Karen Smyers and Paula Newby-Fraser. August 28, 1994 - The 12th Olympic Congress was held in Paris in 1994. It was at this congress that the IOC awarded triathlon full medal status on the Olympic programme. August 22, 1996 - Simon Lessing became the first athlete to win three ITU World Championship titles at the 1996 World Championships in Cleveland, USA. July 6, 1997 - Brad Beven captured his 17th ITU World Cup title in Gamagori, Japan. The record that still holds to this day for men. August 30, 1998 – Simon Lessing became the first, and currently only, athlete to win four ITU World Championships with his win in Lausanne. September 16, 2000 - Brigitte McMahon made history as the first Olympic medallist in the sport of triathlon. September 17, 2000 - Simon Whitfield became the first men’s gold medallist in triathlon at the Olympic Games. November 9, 2002 – Under23 category debuted at the ITU Triathlon World Championships in Cancun. September 11, 2005 - Peter Robertson claimed an emotional third ITU World Championship, while Emma Snowsill claimed her second. September 2, 2006 – Tim Don was crowned world champion, becoming just the third triathlete to win junior and elite world titles. He also became the first to hold triathlon, duathlon and aquathlon world championships. September 3, 2006 - Emma Snowsill became the first woman to win three ITU World Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland. May 25th, 2008 - Vanessa Fernandes won her 20th ITU World Cup title in the same place where she won her first - in Madrid. August 20, 2008 – ITU announced its partnership with Lagardère Sports to launch a World Championship Series in 2009.  November 29, 2008 – Marisol Casado became the second President in ITU history, earning the position by acclamation. Loreen Barnett went uncontested in the newly...
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