Junior Gear Restrictions: Is Your Race Bike legal?

Found out about this rule at the last minute on Sunday before my son’s State Road Race Championship. We took care of it at in the staging area, but should have knew the rule before going to the race. Junior gearing can be a surprise to young athletes trying the sport of cycling for the… Continue reading Junior Gear Restrictions: Is Your Race Bike legal?

Challenge Iceland

Justin Metzler (Boulder, Colo.) earned the first overall win of his professional career at Challenge Iceland on Sunday. Metzler covered the 1500m swim, 90k bike and 21.1k run in 3:56:21. Trevor Wurtele was the runner-up in 3:58:45, and Jesper Svensson of Sweden rounded out the top-three 3:59:25. Jordan Rapp (Thousand Oaks, Calif.) was fourth overall,… Continue reading Challenge Iceland

ITU Triathlon World Cup Tiszaújváros

Renée Tomlin (Ocean City, N.J.) defended her 2016 title at ITU Triathlon World Cup Tiszaújváros in Hungary on Sunday, the seventh stop of 15 on this season’s ITU World Cup circuit. The race featured a semifinal format, with qualifying heats on Saturday and finals on Sunday. Both the semifinal and final courses consisted of a… Continue reading ITU Triathlon World Cup Tiszaújváros

USA TRIATHLON DUATHLON 2018 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

  April 7, 2018 Sprint-Distance (Draft-Legal)  5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run Entry Fee: $99 April 8, 2018 Standard-Distance (Non-Drafting) 10k run, 40k bike, 5k run Entry Fee: $125 Sprint-Distance (Non-Drafting) 5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run Entry Fee: $99 Location: Greenville, S.C. Registration Closes on March 30 at 11:59 p.m. MT Lodging Information: Click Here #USATDU   Yeah,… Continue reading USA TRIATHLON DUATHLON 2018 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

How to “Cheat” by Using a Power Meter in an Ironman

This is an older article by Joe Friel posted on Training Peaks website, but it is still very true. October 30, 2012  By Joe Friel Using a power meter in an Ironman triathlon is almost like cheating. While others are trying to gauge intensity through a cloudy veil of emotion, which makes perceived exertion and even heart… Continue reading How to “Cheat” by Using a Power Meter in an Ironman