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  • April 10

  • Natalie TriFlorida/Sommer Sports Events What tips would you give a first timer for a Sprint Triathlon?
    about 3 years ago
  • Natalie has joined TriFlorida/Sommer Sports Events
    about 3 years ago
  • Natalie Signed up for the Sprint Triathlon on May 11. First one ever.
    about 3 years ago
  • December 11

  • Slowesttwitch created the group Discount - Corerecoverysuit
    about 3 years ago
  • Slowesttwitch created the group [AS:JOURNALINFO:GROUPNAMELINK]
    about 3 years 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 3 years 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 3 years 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 3 years 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 3 years 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 3 years ago
TriathletesVillage Tri News
Review: Ironman Boulder Triathlon gets an A Grade
12/29/2015 2:34:14 PM Everyman Tri
August 2nd, 2015, brought in the second edition of the Ironman Boulder triathlon in Boulder, Colorado. The event hosts nearly 3,000 triathletes over a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride followed by a marathon, a 26.2 mile run. Many...
Review: The Legends Free State Triathlon gets an A grade
7/12/2015 5:59:08 PM Everyman Tri
June 7th, 2015, ushered in the inaugural Legends Free State Triathlon at Clinton Lake in Lawrence, KS. The event boasted a sprint distance, olympic distance, half distance and a 100 mile distance triathlon all on the same day at the...
How to Eat Like An Olympian: Top Recipes for Making Your Own Gels
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What's the best tip to perform like an Olympic Swimmer, Cyclist or Runner? The answer is to eat like an Olympian. In this Episode Joanna and Brandon show you how to eat like an Olympian by sharing their recipe showing...
Review: The ASICS 33-M Running Shoe is built to withstand serious punishment
5/5/2015 5:36:55 PM Everyman Tri
There’s so many ways to go when runners and triathletes are looking for shoes. I’ve tested several makes and models for which many manufacturers produce to address every category came up, and some that have never been thought of until...
IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Returns to the U.S. In 2017
5/26/2015 3:40:47 PM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

Chattanooga, Tennessee, Lake Placid, New York, and St. George, Utah Named as Finalists


IRONMAN today announced that the 2017 IRONMAN® 70.3® World Championship triathlon will be held in the United States. Three cities, all of which currently host IRONMAN® or IRONMAN® 70.3® races, have been named as the finalists in the selection process - Chattanooga (Tennessee), Lake Placid (New York) and St. George (Utah). In addition, the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will be a two-day event - with the professional women and age group women racing on one day and the professional men and age group men racing on the other.

"With the global explosion of IRONMAN 70.3 races, we expect approximately 4,500 athletes from around the world to qualify for the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, which is too many for a single day of racing," said Andrew Messick, Chief Executive Officer of IRONMAN. "We are focused on providing more opportunities for women to race with us globally and, after consulting with members of our Women For Tri Board, felt that having a separate race for female professional and age group athletes would be a strong step forward for our sport."

The IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship began an annual global rotation in 2014 in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada. This August, the prestigious event will be held in Europe for the first time - in Zell am See-Kaprun, SalzburgerLand, Austria. The 2016 race shifts to the Southern Hemisphere for the first time - in Queensland, Australia's Sunshine Coast. Domestic and international competitors will earn the right to compete in the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship by qualifying at nearly 90 IRONMAN 70.3 events around the world beginning in July 2016.

"The rotation of the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship has elevated the race and allowed athletes from all over the world to experience a World Championship event at fantastic locations," added Messick. "The finalists for the 2017 championship are all tremendous hosts to IRONMAN races and provide courses well suited for an event of this caliber. These cities also provide our athletes and their families world-class hospitality and endless scenic and entertainment options."


Chattanooga, Tennessee - Chattanooga, known throughout the Southeastern U.S. as the Scenic City with a vibrant downtown, lures athletes with its dramatic backdrop, idyllic weather and low-key southern charm. Host to IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 events, Chattanooga provides a fast course with a swim in the Tennessee River. Four bridges cross the river over the swim and a pedestrian Riverwalk runs along the entire swim course making it ideal for spectators. Chattanooga is just 90 minutes from Atlanta and is full of attractions, eclectic dining spots and great places to stay.

Lake Placid, New York - Having hosted two Olympic Games (1932 and 1980), this charming town knows how to deliver a world-class athletic event. Lake Placid, located in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains, hosts IRONMAN Lake Placid, the longest-running American event aside from the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai`i. Lake Placid has the amenities of a large city and the convenience of a small town, offering high-end restaurants, shopping and world-class accommodations.

St. George, Utah - This striking Southwestern community currently hosts the IRONMAN 70.3 North American Pro Championship. St. George offers breathtaking scenery and views of the surrounding red rock canyons. The city's walkable downtown area offers great local fare and boutique shopping. St. George is also only two hours from the nightlife of Las Vegas, with its never-ending entertainment options.

More than 200,000 athletes will participate in the global IRONMAN 70.3 Series during the 2016 season, which consists of nearly 90 events in locations such as Australia, Brazil, Malaysia and South Africa. Participants in the 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will range in age from 18 to 80-plus and will represent over 60 countries. Each age-group winner at the 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will automatically qualify for the 2016 championship.

For more information about the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, please visit www.ironman.com/triathlon/events/ironman-70.3/world-championship.
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Chile Will Host a Challenge Family Triathlon in Puerto Varas
5/7/2015 10:10:52 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

Challenge-Puerto-Varas.pngChile will host the country's first Challenge Family triathlon on February 13, 2016 with the announcement of the half distance CHALLENGE PUERTO VARAS.

Puerto Varas, one of the most beautiful regions and cities in southern Chile is also known as "La ciudad de las rosas" or "the city of roses. It was formed from the German Colonization with immigrants who settled here between 1852 and 1853 and as such has a strong German heritage integrated with its South American culture.

The CHALLENGE PUERTO VARAS course is centered around this iconic South American town and includes the beautiful landscapes of the region, highlighting the imposing Osorno Volcano and Lake Llanquihue. Puerto Varas is also known for its adventure tourism with lots of water sports, particularly kayaking and canyoning and its strong German heritage and architecture combine with the South American culture.

The 1.9km two lap swim course takes place in the calm and crystal waters of Lake Llanquihue.

The three-lap 90km bike course runs along the shores of Lake Llanquihue heading towards Ensenada, where the majesty of the Osorno Volcano is constantly with athletes, towering over the lake views.

The half marathon run course is a fast, flat three laps also along the shores of Lake Llanquihue before finishing in the heart of the city.

The CHALLENGE PUERTO VARAS prize purse will be the highest in the history of triathlon in Chile at 20,5 million pesos (€30,000).

Edmundo Foncesca, CHALLENGE PUERTO VARAS spokesperson said the event would offer Chile's growing triathlon community outstanding opportunity.

"The idea of doing a half distance in the city of Puerto Varas, aims to offer the growing community of triathletes, not only Chileans and the region but to the international community, another career option where you can test the capabilities of each athlete. In addition the event will involve the whole family in this spectacular location, as is typical of the Challenge Family series of events. Chile and the region and Puerto.Varas, deserves to have this triathlon and we look forward to see you on February 13, 2016 along with your entire family," he said.

Renowned Chilean triathlete Marcelo Galvez gave the event his full support, "Puerto Varas is an excellent choice to run a triathlon because besides being able to participate in this event, athletes can enjoy exploring the area and discovering great places: Up to Osorno volcano, visit the town of Frutillar and taste its exquisite local cuisine, shop around the city of Puerto Montt and revel in cocinerías ... personally I'm really excited to visit CHALLENGE PUERTO VARAS!"

Puerto Varas is located in the southern Chilean province of Llanquihue, in the Los Lagos Region.


For further information and entries, please visit www.challenge-puertovaras.com.
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Pro Prize Purse Added to TriRock Philadelphia Triathlon
4/9/2015 10:36:14 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

Pro triathletes to compete for $25,000 prize purse offered by Philadelphia Insurance Companies

trirock-philly-logo.pngLaunched in partnership with Presenting Sponsor Philadelphia Insurance Companies (PHLY), the PHLY Cup Pro Division will return to the 2015 Johnson & Johnson TriRock Philadelphia Triathlon. Held in conjunction with the Olympic distance race on Sunday, June 28, the PHLY Cup offers pro triathletes the chance to compete for a prize purse totaling $25,000.

"This exciting event draws world-class athletes and weekend warriors, helping to put a spotlight on the City of Philadelphia and raise both money and awareness for important charities," shared Philadelphia Insurance Companies President and CEO Bob O'Leary. "It's a unique event where you can find the top professionals in their sport compete on the same course as everyday athletes. TEAMPHLY loves hosting and competing each year."

The PHLY Cup prize purse of $25,000 (split evenly between the men and women top finishers), breaks down as follows:

• Winner - $6,000
• Runner-up - $3,500
• 3rd place - $1,500
• 4th place - $1,000
• 5th place - $500

"With other races cutting support for pros, we knew it was important to the industry for us to continue offering a prize purse," said Nick Lynch, TriRock Triathlon Series. "We are beyond proud of our partnership with Philadelphia Insurance Companies and look forward to a great event in June with the best in triathlon competing on one of the most challenging Olympic distance courses in the US. We'll be announcing our pro field shortly and we expect it to be as strong as ever."

The 11th annual event features three days of activities including a Multi-Sport Expo starting on Friday, June 26 and a Sprint distance race at 7:30 am on Saturday, June 27. Johnson & Johnson TriRock Philadelphia culminates with an Olympic distance event at 6:30 am on Sunday, June 28, which will welcome some of the best pro triathletes in the country.

Fairmount Park will host the scenic and challenging race and fun, family atmosphere, with a finish line concert taking place on both days of the event. The start, finish and transition areas will be located just off of Martin Luther King Drive, near the base of Black Road.

Johnson & Johnson TriRock Philadelphia will provide participants with a finisher's medal, technical t-shirt, red carpet finish, post-race breakfast and beer garden. Participants will pick up race packets at the two-day Expo held Friday and Saturday of event weekend.

For more information about the TriRock Triathlon Series or to register for Johnson & Johnson TriRock Philadelphia Triathlon presented by Philadelphia Insurance Companies please visit TriRockSeries.com.

Chattahoochee Challenge Half Joins TOUGHMAN Series
4/6/2015 9:23:54 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site


We are pleased to announce the addition of the TOUGHMAN Ga, Chattahoochee Challenge to the TOUGHMAN Half Iron Series. Formerly the Chattahoochee Challenge Half, TOUGHMAN Ga, Chattahoochee Challenge will take place in Columbus on April 23, 2016. The addition of the new half iron distance triathlon to the TOUGHMAN Half Iron Series makes us the the 2nd LARGEST Half Iron Series in the US with 11 races.

The triathlon event takes place in Columbus, Georgia which is on the Georgia / Alabama border. About 110 miles southwest of Atlanta, GA and 81 miles east of Montgomery, AL.

"Having Tri Columbus join our family of races is in line with our philosophy of providing a standardized, great race experience but in keeping with the local grass roots feel." says Richard A. Izzo, Owner & Founder of TOUGHMAN Half Series.

The event will start off with a 1.2 mile swim course which is down river for the first 3/4 of the swim and then back up the Chattahoochee to the swim exit. Athletes will then go out on the out and back 56 mile bike course which is a fast ride, with rolling hills through Fort Benning. The route has a total ascent of 2128.16 ft and has a maximum elevation of 509.78 ft. After the bike they will head out on to a 2-loop, 13.1 mile run that will take them through historic Columbus, with aid stations at every mile mark. The route has a total ascent of 395.78 ft. Athletes then finish smack-dab in the middle of one of the annual Music Festivals, in downtown Columbus.

This will be a qualifier for the TOUGHMAN Half Iron Series Championship in New York that will take place on September 11th 2016.
Registration for all races are open at www.TOUGHMANTri.com

About Tri Columbus
Tri Columbus GA is a premier sports firm specializing in event production, management, and corporate sports marketing development. Dedicated to the creation, development and management of participant and endurance sports including those of running, swimming, and cycling, Tri Columbus Ga produces events in the local and surrounding communities.

ABOUT the TOUGHMAN Half Iron Series
The TOUGHMAN Series is currently 11 races in the US with locations in: FL, Columbus Ga, Richmond IN, Tupper Lake NY, Sherwood WI, Ocean Shores WA, Chisago MN, Pell City AL, Provo UT and Santa Fe NM. The series Championship in Croton on Hudson New York has a closed bike course with over $30,000 worth of age group awards as well as a $4500 cash purse!
for more information www.TOUGHMANTri.com

National Federations select athletes for Rio Olympics
12:00:00 AM ITU News
National Federations are announcing their Rio bound triathlon teams practically on the daily now, and we couldn’t be more pumped. Stay updated on who has gotten the nod from their Federation to go to Brazil with this list.** Argentina - Men Luciano Taccone Gonzalo Raul Tellechea Australia - Men Aaron Royle Ryan Bailie Ryan Fisher Australia - Women Emma Moffatt Erin Densham Ashleigh Gentle Barbados - Men Jason Wilson Belgium - Women Claire Michel Katrien Verstuyft Belgium - Men Marten Van Riel Jelle Geens Bermuda - Women Flora Duffy Czech Republic - Women Vendula Frintova Denmark - Men Andreas Schilling Estonia - Women Kaidi Kivioja France - Women Emmie Charayron France - Men Vincent Luis Dorian Coninx Pierre Le Corre Great Britain - Women Non Stanford Vicky Holland Helen Jenkins Great Britain - Men Alistair Brownlee Jonathan Brownlee Hungary - Women Margit Vanek Zsofia Kovacs Hungary - Men Gabor Faldum Tamas Toth Ireland - Women Aileen Reid Ireland - Men Bryan Keane Israel - Men Ron Darmon Japan - Women Ai Ueda Yurie Kato Yuka Sato Japan - Men Hirokatsu Tayama Jordan - Men Lawrence Fanous Mauritius - Women Fabienne St. Louis Mexico - Men Crisanto Grajales Irving Pérez Pineda Rodrigo González López Mexico - Women Claudia Rivas Vega New Zealand - Women Andrea Hewitt Nicky Samuels New Zealand - Men Ryan Sissons Tony Dodds Poland - Women Agnieszka Jerzyk Slovakia - Men Richard Varga Slovenia - Women Mateja Simic Spain - Men Javier Gomez Noya Mario Mola Fernando Alarza Spain - Women Ainhoa Murua Carolina Routier Miriam Casillas Garcia Switzerland - Women Nicola Spirig Jolanda Annen Switzerland - Men Sven Riederer Andrea Salvisberg USA - Men Joe Maloy Greg Billington Ben Kanute USA - Women Gwen Jorgensen Sarah True Katie Zaferes **Please note that some of the above National Federations have additional spots and will be naming their final athletes in the coming weeks. ITU has notified National Olympic Committees of their quota spots and they now have two weeks to confirm if they will use all of their allotted spots. These are only the athletes that have been officially announced by their National Federations, pending confirmation by National Olympic Committees, and is not official entry list for the Olympics.
Stunning race sees Spain’s Gomez ETU Champ
12:00:00 AM ITU News
For the Elite Men, this was time for a showdown. Olympic places are secured and now it is a chance for the most select of titles, European Champion. On the start line were a number who had held this coveted title. On the start line were some new kids on the block who thought that today, perhaps, there was a chance of changing the old guard with the new. On the start line was also Javier Gomez. Would he have the pace? Would he take risks in a race so close to Rio? Would the rain cause upsets out on the bike course? So many questions. So much tension. So many athletes and the quayside, with thousands of spectators. Really, this was the place to be. As the athletes were announced the cheers rose for the home nation’s athletes but you could also hear the shouts and cheers from groups of spectators who supported individual athletes. As if any more excitement was needed, the heartbeats echoed around the quays. Then there was silence …. So still … and then the explosion of muscles pushing off the pontoon, the crashing of the water as 61 sets of neoprene hit the water and then the arms and legs pulled and kicked away from the crowds out into the calm waters. The turn buoy was really a place in hell for some as the leaders accelerated away from it leaving those to fight their way around the sharp turn. Leading out as usual, was Richard Varga SVK. He swam safely and in front but was beaten into T1 by Spain’s Francesc Godoy. He had a lead of just a couple of seconds. Gomez had a bad swim and was over ten seconds off the lead. He later said it was a tough swim and he made a mistake by not staying closer to the front. Soon enough though a big pack formed. Norway’s Kristian Blummenfelt, with an early-season clutch of ETU and ITU medals, has raced back to back weekends from Madrid, to Cagliari, to Yokohama and then to a domestic race in Dunkerque. He was in the chase pack and doing more than his fair share to try and bridge the gap, which a one point was 41 seconds. The crowds lined the streets. The cheers could be heard back at the Arena. At the front of the lead group was Switzerland’s Andrea Salvisberg. He looked strong and was first to leave T2. His lead of 40m was enough to delight the crowds but as they left the arena, the cheers were loudest for Gomez who looked determined and who appeared to have played the most strategic game for years. His work in the pack, urging and pushing and making sure the pace never dropped, had taken his group far...
Biking Brits blow women’s ETU race apart
12:00:00 AM ITU News
For the Elite Women, the gamble was the same as for the men. Places for Rio were already pretty much decided and so long as nothing dreadful happened, this race was ideally timed for a test of readiness. Of course, there was also the small matter of points and prize-money and perhaps the chance of another European title. But who of these top-class women would be in with a chance? The line-up was impressive. With the 2015 ETU Rankings champion, Ukraine’s Yuliya Yelistratova there was Vendula Frintová CZE who on current form was the strongest athlete, with a steady collection of points around the circuit. GBR’s Lucy Hall and Jessica Learmonth, the top medal winners from Quarteira, who put on a masterclass of biking and absolutely destroyed the rest of the field were there. Hall hit the bike hard again in Madrid and left the rest behind to take gold there, an improvement on her silver in Portugal. Would these two be able once again to break up the pack and establish a lead strong enough to keep the faster runners off the gold position? Rachel Klamer NED was also here. Her 5th at the Gold Coast WTS event showed her to be in good form. Agnieszka Jerzyk POL with a strong silver in Huatulco is also in good form. It is nice also to see Ece Bakıcı TUR back inform after her fracture of the femur in Baku. A long road to recovery but here she is, racing once again and joined by team-mate Ipek Öztosun who has moved up from the juniors and is now finding her way around Elite racing. There were a few drops of rain but the clouds were fast-moving and the streets were lined with spectators as the sun came out. The swim was hardly a surprise. But it was as rough for the women as it was for the men. With Lucy Hall on the start line it was pretty much inevitable that she would lead but would Learmonth be able to find her in the water and then skip through T1 and out onto the bike as they had done before? Hall smashed the swim with a 17:55 and followed it with one for the fastest runs up the blue carpet and then along the paths and down into the stadium where the Elite had their transition area. The music was booming out, the commentators’ voices were echoing around the MEO Stadium as Hall sped into T1 and disappeared out on to the bike. She was alone. Behind her, Hungary’s strong swimmer, Margit Vanek, winner in Melilla earlier this year, was close behind but soon dropped as Hall pushed the pedals. Anastasia Abrosimova RUS tried to catch Hall but also...
Wilson to make Bajan history in Rio
12:00:00 AM ITU News
At the 2012 London Olympic Games, the nation of Barbados had just six athletes total competing across all 26 sports that were represented. The six athletes competed in just three sports - athletics, judo and swimming. Six athletes to compete for an entire nation – that is equivalent to the amount of triathletes Great Britain saw race during the very same London Games. Barbados is a small island country off the Atlantic Ocean in the Caribbean, so it is not uncommon for the number of athletes sent to the Olympic Games to mimic the size of the country. As such, in the past four Olympic Games that has featured triathlon, Barbados has never qualified an athlete to compete. But this year, that is all about to change. At the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, Barbados native Jason Wilson will make history as the first Bajan triathlete to ever compete at an Olympic Games. After missing out on going to the Olympics at the London Games in 2012 by just a few points, his mind over the last four years has been geared towards making it to Rio. This Olympic quad, Wilson had to fight to the very last qualification race at World Triathlon Yokohama for his Olympic fate to be determined. But this go round, Wilson ensure he was on the right side of the list with enough points to qualify for the American new flag. “Rio has always been a goal for me. We tried to qualify for London very last minute in 2011 and I missed qualifying for the “new flag” by a couple of points, so going into Rio our goal was to always qualify,” Wilson said. Growing up in the Caribbean sounds like a dream come true for most, a vacation-like lifestyle you get to live every single day. But what makes island-life so special is that the community bond stretches far wider than the ocean-touched beach borders that surround it. “It’s like when you take a picture of something really cool to show everyone and the picture just doesn’t do it justice. As best as I try to explain it just won’t be good enough. Barbados is like a small city. Everyone knows everyone and everything. If you kiss a girl the entire island knows before you wake up the next morning. Same thing goes for doing something huge, like being the first triathlete from Barbados and the Caribbean in that matter, to qualify for the Olympics. The entire country knows, supports and is behind you!” For Wilson, that support started early in his life, when he first began getting involved in endurance-type sports. While...
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