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  • Natalie TriFlorida/Sommer Sports Events What tips would you give a first timer for a Sprint Triathlon?
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  • Natalie Signed up for the Sprint Triathlon on May 11. First one ever.
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  • Slowesttwitch created the group Discount - Corerecoverysuit
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  • 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?
    a year 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
    a year 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?
    a year 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
    a year 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
    a year ago
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Video: Watch the Final Magic Hour of the first Ironman Boulder in stunning 4K Video
8/5/2014 5:17:10 PM Everyman Tri
Ironman Boulder, kike all Ironman races is 17-hour ultimate test of endurance. But not all 17 hours of an Ironman race are created equal. Most of the magic happens in the final 60 minutes when you can see the pain...
Review: The Hatfield Strapworth is expensive but worth considering for PF relief
7/19/2014 9:18:44 AM Everyman Tri
Planters fasciitis is an ugly word in the world of triathlon. When you're out there pounding the pavement for hours on end during training and running anywhere from 3 miles to 26.2 miles on race day, you're bound to experience...
Video: How to Run Like an Olympian: Top 3 Tips to Handle the Uphills
5/10/2014 6:52:25 PM Everyman Tri
What's the best tips to handle the hills when racing? In this video we show you how to run like an Olympian by teaching the Top 3 Tips to Handle the Hills when racing. Joanna Zeiger is a former professional...
Review: Power Crunch Bars tic almost all of the boxes for active triathletes
4/14/2014 8:41:12 AM Everyman Tri
All triathletes have been put on the spot before or after a workout looking for the right fuel or recovery snack. We might even be pressed to find something in a pinch to gobble down for in-workout fueling for long...
ITU Unveils 2015 World Triathlon Series Schedule
9/12/2014 9:45:58 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

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On the back of the successful conclusion to the 2014 ITU World Triathlon Series, ITU is pleased to confirm the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series calendar. For the first time, the 2015 Series will touch down in at least nine cities across five continents, and includes a variety of new and familiar sites.

"We have an incredibly exciting season lined up for 2015," said ITU President and IOC Member Marisol Casado. "As we continue to evolve the sport of triathlon, the Series will be showcased in more countries than ever before and in regions of the world that are not regularly exposed to triathlon."

2015 ITU World Triathlon Series
March 28-29 Auckland, New Zealand
April 11-12 Gold Coast, Australia
April 25-26 Cape Town, South Africa
May 16-17 Yokohama, Japan
Dates TBC London, Great Britain
July 18-19 Hamburg, Germany
August 22-23 Stockholm, Sweden
September 5-6 Edmonton, AB, Canada
September 15-20 Grand Final - Chicago, IL, USA

A possible tenth city could also be added to the calendar later in the year.

ituwtslogo.jpgAuckland returns as a longtime event organizer of the Series, while the Gold Coast will appear for the first time since the Series' inception in 2009.

After debuting on the calendar this year, Cape Town is slated to return for its sophomore appearance on the Series. Seasoned stops on the tour, Yokohama, London, Hamburg and Stockholm, will again offer top-notch racing.

After serving as this year's Grand Final host, Edmonton will serves as the penultimate stop on the Series schedule before Chicago closes out the year on September 15-20.

The final World Triathlon Series ranking score will continue to be obtained by adding the points gained in the ITU World Triathlon Series Grand Final plus the five best scores in the ITU World Triathlon Series events.

For more information on the triathlon series visit: ITU World Triathlon Series
 
 
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Top International Field for 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship
9/3/2014 7:56:10 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

Over 80 countries represented in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada for
IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship on September 7th

2014 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship

Nearly 2,500 of the world's top athletes will converge on September 7 in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada to compete in the 2014 Subaru IRONMAN® 70.3® World Championship. The oldest participant, Bob Scott, an 83 year-old man from Naperville, Illinois and the youngest, Emma Langley, an 18 year-old female from Cos Cob, Connecticut are among the competitors hailing from 87 different countries in hopes of winning an age-group World Championship title.

The 2014 field of athletes, will tackle a 1.2-mile swim in Tremblant Lake, followed by a 56-mile bicycle ride through the Laurentian Mountains and finally a 13.1-mile run that finishes in the Tremblant resorts pedestrian village, all done within eight and half hours. In order to qualify for the World Championship athletes earned slots at IRONMAN 70.3 events held worldwide.

"It is an exciting time of year as we bring our IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship outside of the United States for the first time. Mont-Tremblant has been an incredible host for races in the past and we know it will provide the perfect setting for the accomplishment of nearly 2,500 elite athletes," said Andrew Messick, Chief Executive Officer of IRONMAN. "With over 120,000 athletes striving every year to be among the top athletes to compete, it is a testament to the growth of the sport since the IRONMAN 70.3 Series was introduced in 2006. We wish every athlete from all walks of life the best of luck as they accomplish their goals and chase a World Championship."

While athletes of all ages have qualified to compete in the World Championship, the average age of 2014 male registrants is 41 and the average age of female registrants is 40, defying commonly held notions about peak physical performance.

The ages of IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship athletes are almost as varied as their countries of origin. The United States is the most represented with 975 registered competitors, accounting for over 38 percent of entrants this year.

In all, athletes from 49 states are represented, with the greatest number coming from California (140), Texas (97), Colorado (78), New York (69) and Florida (59).

The host nation, Canada has the second-most athletes competing with 403, followed by Australia (253), France (94), United Kingdom (92) and Brazil (77).

Additional historical facts and stats on the field competing in the 2014 Subaru IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec:

  • • 66 percent of participants (1,668 athletes) are male
  • • 34 percent of participants (861 athletes) are female
  • • 29 percent of Mont-Tremblant participants have completed 10 or more IRONMAN 70. 3 events
  • • 86 race participants (51 males, 35 females), or nearly 4 percent of the total field, are professional athletes
  • • Since the series began in 2006, the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship has been controlled by Australia (five champions), Germany (four champions) and Great Britain (three champions). The United States has had two winners with Canada and New Zealand each having one winner.
  • • Germany has been dominant in the men's field, claiming four men's IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships, with Sebastian Kienle winning the past two races and Michael Raelert winning in 2009 and 2010.
  • • The women's field has seen a winner from Australia or Great Britain since 2009, including two-time world champion Melissa Hauschildt who won in 2011 and 2013. Each country has had three winners.
  • • Nearly 2,000 volunteers will help make the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship a success
  • • More than 120,000 registered athletes compete in IRONMAN 70.3 races each year, representing over 180 countries

Last year's IRONMAN 70.3 World Champions, Sebastian Kienle (GER) and Melissa Hauschildt (AUS) will return for this year's race, along with the 2010 women's champion Jodie Swallow (GBR) and 2008 men's champion Terenzo Bozzone (NZL). In addition, BMX and X-Games legend Dave Mirra will give his best effort for an age-group world championship after qualifying with a fourth-place finish in his age-group at the Memorial Hermann IRONMAN 70.3 Texas triathlon.

The 2014 Subaru IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship can be viewed race day on www.ironman.com and features a live blog with comprehensive coverage and an athlete tracker with live stream fixed cameras.

In addition the Subaru IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will be telecast at a later date on NBC Sports Network in the United States and on Sportsnet in Canada.
 

Challenge Bahrain Announces Star-Studded Pro Field
8/21/2014 8:54:32 AM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

challenge bahrainChallenge Bahrain has announced its pro field to date and confirmed the start line on 6 December will be one of the most impressive ever seen over the half distance.

Hundreds of age group athletes will race along side the biggest names in triathlon on one of the fastest and most diverse course on the international circuit - high-tech architecture, 5,000 year-old culture, F1 racing and indigenous wildlife all make up the unique 113km course.

The battle for the world's largest prize purse over the half distance of $500,000 has attracted the best of the best in long distance racing, as well as lured some well-known individuals over from short course racing, making their long distance debut.

No less than nine former and current world champions - Pete Jacobs (AUS), Mirinda Carfrae (AUS), Chris McCormack (AUS), Leanda Cave (GBR), Terenzo Bozzone (NZL), Eneko Llanos (ESP), Julie Dibens (GBR), Catriona Morrisson (GBR) - four Olympic medallists including Jan Frodeno (GER), Bevan Docherty (NZL), Lisa Norden (SWE) - and two Commonwealth Games gold medalists including Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS) will line up on the shores of Bahrain Bay on 6 December.

World-class athletes making their long course debut include this year's Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jodie Stimpson (GBR), current Xterra World Champion Nicky Samuels (NZL) and Olympic bronze medallist Erin Densham (AUS).

"We are honored to host each and every professional triathlete to the Kingdom of Bahrain to participate in Challenge Bahrain, an event we are holding very dear in our hearts," said Dr Saqer Al Khalifa, president of the Bahrain Triathlon Association. "Having such a great lineup will most certainly bring us closer to our goals, to raise awareness of the importance and significance of having sports become an integral part of a person's life in all global societies."

"A field of this calibre is going to ensure Challenge Bahrain is one of the most memorable races of the year - and it's open to everyone!" said Zibi Szlufcik, Challenge Family CEO. "Age groupers will race along side the greatest and most inspirational athletes in our sport. Triathlon is the only sport on the planet where everyday people like you and me, regardless of ability, can share the course with the world's best and Challenge Bahrain is the ultimate showcase of what makes this sport great along with its definition of quality leadership and warm welcome to all."

The professional athletes confirmed to date for Challenge Bahrain are as follows:

Men Women
Pete Jacobs (AUS)
Dirk Bockel (LUX)
Sebastian Kienle (GER)
Tim Berkel (AUS)
Terenzo Bozzone (NZL)
Timo Bracht (GER)
Tyler Butterfield (USA)
Frederik Croneborg (SWE)
James Cunnama (RSA)
Bevan Docherty (NZL)
Tim Don (USA)
Michael Dreitz (GER)
Jan Frodeno (GER)
Nils Frommhold (GER)
Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS)
Eneko Llanos (ESP)
Chris McCormack (AUS)
Luke McKenzie (AUS)
Dylan McNeice (NZL)
Tim O'Donnell (USA)
Rasmus Petreaus (DEN)
Michael Raelert (GER).
Mirinda Carfrae (AUS)
Rachel Joyce (GBR)
Caroline Steffen (SUI)
Nikki Butterfield (USA)
Leanda Cave (GBR)
Erin Densham (AUS)
Mary Beth Ellis (USA)
Helle Frederikson (DEN)
Lucy Gossage (GBR)
Sarah Haskins (USA)
Heather Jackson (USA)
Rebekah Keat (AUS)
Meredith Kessler (USA)
Carrie Lester (AUS)
Annabel Luxford (AUS)
Michelle Vesterby (DEN)
Radka Vodickova (CZE)
Laurel Wassner (USA)
Lisa Norden (SWE)
Catriona Morrisson (GBR)
Julie Dibens (GBR)
Jodie Stimpson (GBR)
Nicky Samuels (NZL)
Erin Densham (AUS)

 
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New USA Triathlon Visa Rewards Credit Card Available
8/11/2014 11:12:41 PM tjnickhttp://www.trijuice.com Triathlon Juice (TRIJUICE) - triathlon news & resource site

usa triathlon visa cardUSA Triathlon and Commerce Bank have come together to offer the USA Triathlon members a Visa rewards credit card.

Triathletes who become a cardholders can redeem points for thousands of items including cash back as statement credits, gift cards, merchandise, or travel. Additional features include select perks such as special offers on travel, fine wine and food, sports and entertainment.

The USA Triathlon Visa Rewards credit card features a flexible rewards program with thousands of rewards options and Visa Signature level benefits.

  • • Signature Rewards! High point values and unlimited earnings
  • • No annual fee
  • • Low introductory rate
  • • Visa Signature Benefits, including Concierge!
  • • Valuable offers from the USA Triathlon - exclusively for USA Triathlon Visa Rewards cardholders
  • • Your USAT Membership ID embossed on your card!

You can now get the card that rewards you, and show your support for USA Triathlon every time you make a purchase!

"We are excited to enter into a relationship with USA Triathlon and to offer their members a customized credit card as way to show their support for the organization and enthusiasm for one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S. Olympic movement," said Chad Doza, Senior Vice President of Consumer Credit Card. "We are committed to providing payment solutions to businesses and organizations in our communities and we look forward to a rewarding partnership with USA TRIATHLON."

Speaking of the new card product, Chuck Menke, USA Triathlon Chief Marketing Officer, said , "We are pleased to partner with Commerce Bank and expand our annual membership benefits to include a USA Triathlon Visa Signature Rewards Card option. With Commerce Bank as our official affinity card provider, our members will now receive exclusive value through reward points and other special offers, while showing their pride in USA Triathlon every time they make a purchase."

The card will be available through the Commerce Bank website at www.commercebank.com/triathlon as well USA Triathlon's website at www.usatriathlonriathlon.org. The USA Triathlon Visa card is accepted anywhere Visa cards are accepted.
 

Long distance triathlon champs to be crowned in China
12:00:00 AM ITU News
After hosting ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Series Events the last four years, Weihai, China will for the first time welcome the discipline at the World Championship level this weekend. The men’s and women’s start lists each feature a fresh mix of short course and long course talent lining up with names like Craig Alexander (AUS), Bertrand Billard (FRA), Greg Bennett (USA), Laura Bennett (USA), Melissa Hauschildt (AUS) and Andrea Hewitt (NZL) on the start lists. The race will be held over two-lap 4km swim in the ocean, followed by a grueling three-lap hilly and technical 120km bike and will be finished off with a four-lap 20km seaside run. In addition to the elite titles, the event will see age group and paratriathlon races contested. Women’s Preview In her first and only ITU result, Melissa Hauschildt returns as the reigning queen of long distance triathlon. Despite her lack of ITU starts, Hauschildt is no stranger to triathlon - especially at longer distances as she is a two-time 70.3 Ironman World Champion. Since making the switch from steeplechase to triathlon in 2011, the Aussie has scored a host of first place finishes in the sport and that trend doesn’t appear to be changing any time soon. Hauschildt will have successful short course competitors Laura Bennett and Andrea Hewitt, who are each two-time Olympians, to contend with. While their experience at this distance is limited in comparison to the defending champ, both appear to be in strong form. Bennett just won the Beijing triathlon against a talented field, while Hewitt capped off her World Triathlon Series schedule with an overall third-place finish. Camilla Pederson (DEN) had a hold on the title last year until Hauschildt clawed her way back into gold-medal position despite a three-minute deficit off the bike, making Pederson settle for silver for the second consecutive year. Her hunger for the allusive gold will make her stiff competition in the women’s race. Women’s start list Men’s Preview Despite an absence from ITU racing since 2006, Craig Alexander is certainly one of the most notable athletes on the men’s start list. With three Ironman World Championship titles and another two 70.3 crowns on his CV, the only gold medal missing from his hardware collection is an ITU long distance one. Six-time World Cup winner Greg Bennett stands to serve as Alexander’s top competition, as does defending champion Bertrand Billard. Last year was the Frenchman’s first...
Fachbach and Bij de Vaate crowned European champions in Almere
12:00:00 AM ITU News
Outstanding performances in Challenge Amsterdam-Almere brought German Markus Fachbach and Heleen bij de Vaate from the Netherlands European titles long distance triathlon today. Fachbach controlled the race from the early stages of the bike, when he overtook last year’s winner Bart Colpaert from Belgium. Bij de Vaate had to overtake a lot of adversaries in the first 40 kilometers of the bike after a traditionally weak swim where she lost over 5 minutes to the competition. Fachbach kept pushing the pace during the whole of the bike leg. After 180 kilometers he had a comfortable lead to start the marathon. While some of his rivals faded or eventually dropped out of the race, as happened to Georg Potrebitsch and Dutch Diederik Scheltinga, the win of Fachbach was never in any danger. Behind him Chris Fischer (DEN) moved into second place, passing David Näsvik (SWE). From behind came strong runner Sergio Marquez (POR), shortly followed by the surging Dirk Wijnalda. The 41-year old from The Netherlands remained constant during the marathon and in the last lap he passed Fischer for silver. Marquez fell short for the podium as an overwhelmed Fischer took the bronze. Veterans Petr Vabrousek (CZE) and Gerrit Schellens (BEL) rounded out the top six. Silver and bronze in the Dutch national championships went to Thijs Koelen and Bart Candel finishing eigth and tenth with Dejan Patrcevic (CRO) completing the top ten at rank nine. Heleen bij de Vaate overcame a weak swim and worked her way through the field in the first hour of the bike section. The polder-grown Dutch had Tineke van den Berg trailing at about ten seconds until midway through the second lap. In heavy crosswinds on the dykes of Flevoland Bij de Vaate shook of her last competitor and went solo. She kept increasing her lead seconds at a time but never felt completely sure of the win until the very late stages of the marathon. Van den Berg kept pushing as well and was rewarded with silver. A fully orange podium was what the home crowds were hoping for, but Rahel Bellinga couldn’t hold on for bronze. Victoria Gill (GBR) came from behind for the remaining spot on the podium, beating the German athletes Celia Kuch, Lina Kristin Schink and Anna Kusch. Bellinga finished seventh, securing the bronze medal in the Dutch national championships. Challenge Amsterdam-Almere hosted the ETU European Championships a third time in its 32 editions. It is the oldest triathlon in Europe. Over the weekend a grand total...
New champions crowned in Zofingen
12:00:00 AM ITU News
The 2014 Zofingen ITU Powerman Long Distance Duathlon World Championships saw new sheriffs score big with British Olympic cyclist Emma Pooley win the women’s race, while Gael Le Bellec (FRA) took the men’s title. Both athletes were competing in the world championship race for the first time and each destroyed the competition, Pooley winning by an astonishing 32 minutes and Le Bellec by a whopping four minutes. Women’s Review Pooley won in a fantastic new track record of 6:47.27 which is more than 16 minutes faster than the Swiss Karin Thürig in 2002. Second place belonged Eva Nyström from Sweden 32 minutes away from the title, while third went to Switzerland’s own Laura Hrebec, 90 seconds behind Nyström. But it was Pooley who controlled the women’s race from line to line. The 31-year-old was leading in the first 10km run, together with Hrebec. Trailing just seconds behind was German Julia Villehner and Susanne Svendsen from Denmark. But the hunt for gold came to a hault for the rest of the field when powerful cyclist Pooley clocked a 16 minute advantage on the 150km bike. Hrebec held on to her second-place position off the bike, while the 2013 champ Nystrom trailed 23 minutes. Pooley continued to power ahead, sailing over the finish line half an hour ahead of the competition despite stopping for a bathroom pit stop off the bike. “I had to go to the toilette urgently and spent there a minute,“ said Pooley, who won silver in the time trial at the 2008 Olympic Games. While Nyström couldn’t defend her title, she scooped up silver despite not knowing the day before the race if she could start because of a cold. “I had big problems with the heat, I had a sore throat and I had to struggle towards the end of the race,” Nystrom said. “Emma Pooley’s victory was clear already at the end of the cycling session. On the final 30 running kilometers I suddenly got new energy and I could realise second place in the end which makes me very happy.” Astonishing, as well, was the performance of Hrebec who eventually finished third. The 37-years-old is a running expert, having won the Geneva marathon last year. Hrebec started in Zofingen for the first time and jumped on the podium straight away. Men’s Review Le Bellec, who like Pooley has experienced more success as a cyclist and also enjoyed his first appearance at the championship event, won in Zofingen more than four minutes ahead of his compatriot Yannick Cadalen and another 90 seconds...
Long distance duathlon titles on the line
12:00:00 AM ITU News
For the eighth time, Zofingen will again host the ITU Duathlon World Championships in partnership with International Powerman Association from September 5-7. In pole position are the two reigning champions Eva Nyström from Sweden and Rob Woestenborghs from Belgium returning to defend their titles in the 10km run, 150km bike, 30km run race. Women’s Preview In the women’s race, there is also a duel, but in this case, it is a Scandinavian one. The favourite is the defending champion, Eva Nyström. After two second places in 2007 and 2008, the 36-year-old Swede won Zofingen for the last two years. With wins at Powerman Denmark, Powerman Germany, and at Powerman Vlaanderen and with bronze at the European Championship at Powerman Holland, Susanne Svendsen is a serious threat. Her domination this year puts her into the lead in the Powerman Duathlon world Rankings. The 35-year-old Danish woman wanted to end her duathlon career after she failed to compete the World Championship race in Zofingen last year. “A few months after Powerman Zofingen in 2013 I decided that I would come once again to Zofingen and try my luck,” Svendsen said, “This year I will be in Zofingen just hoping to finish without complications. In Zofingen I have never had a top race due to my asthma problems.” Emma Pooley is starting for the first time here in Zofingen. The 31-year-old British woman is the Grande Dame of cycling, having taken silver at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing in the individual time trial. An indication that Pooley is in form was her race on June 1 this year at Ironman 70.3 Switzerland in Rapperswil. Her 2nd place in the half Ironman distance behind Daniela Ryf and in front of Olympic champion Nicola Spirig. Pooley has raced Zofingen twice already. “In May of this year when I raced my last duathlon I came second behind Nicola Spirig at the Intervall Duathlon in Zofingen,“ Pooley said. “I know how hard and tough the run is here, mainly because of the hills, which I rather like.“ Elite women start list Men’s Preview Shortly before the 25th Powerman Zofingen last year, there was bad news for Joerie Vansteelant who had been at high altitude training camp in Font-Romeu in the French Pyrenees. “A car knocked me off my bike when I was out training,” said the then 31-year-old Belgian, who due to the injuries he suffered, had to pull out of the World Championships in Zofingen. Recently Vansteelant has been focussing on triathlon and has made great...
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