2018 USA Cycling National Championship Schedule

DATE EVENT LOCATION FOLLOW ON TWITTER January 9-14 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships Reno, Nev. #CXNats February 10 USA Cycling Fat Bike National Championships Grand Rapids, Mich. #FatBikeNats February 23 USA Cycling Elite BMX National Championships Oldsmar, Fla. TBA March 10-11 USA Cycling Collegiate BMX National Championship West Monroe, La. TBA May 3-6 USA Cycling… Continue reading 2018 USA Cycling National Championship Schedule

Heather Jackson Fourth, Andy Potts Seventh at IRONMAN World Championship in Kona

by USA Triathlon | Oct. 15, 2017, 12:15 a.m. (ET) KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii — Heather Jackson led all Americans at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona on Saturday, placing fourth in the elite women’s race, while Andy Potts led the U.S. elite men in seventh. Jackson (Bend, Ore.) covered the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile… Continue reading Heather Jackson Fourth, Andy Potts Seventh at IRONMAN World Championship in Kona

Tour de France 2018 route revealed

cycling news posted: http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/tour-de-france-2018-route-revealed/ 21 stages include cobbles, dirt roads, two time trials and three big mountain finishes The route of the 2018 Tour de France has been revealed in Paris, with organiser ASO continuing a blend of tradition and innovation as they look to shake up the racing and seemingly make it harder for Team… Continue reading Tour de France 2018 route revealed

Vermilion Sprint Triathlon Post Race Report

A favorite triathlon of ours is HFP Racing’s Vermilion, Ohio event. Logan did the youth race twice, and it was his favorite venue. Two years ago, they moved it to Sherod Park, which isn’t very far from where it used to be held, and we did it that year. It’s a nice park with steep… Continue reading Vermilion Sprint Triathlon Post Race Report

Daniela Ryf Takes Third Consecutive Victory

Swiss phenom three-peats on triathlon’s biggest stage. Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf joined an elite club of pros today who’ve taken home more than two wins on the Big Island. Her 8:50:47 victory was won on steady performances in all three disciplines. It was not the way we’re used to seeing Ryf win on the island, however.… Continue reading Daniela Ryf Takes Third Consecutive Victory

Patrick Lange Perfect in Kona

The German pro had the race of his career today in the lava fields. The day delivered the right conditions for record-breaking performances at the 2017 IRONMAN World Championship, and men’s champion Patrick Lange used every ounce of it to his advantage. The German swam a 48:45, biked a 4:28:53, and ran a 2:39:59 for… Continue reading Patrick Lange Perfect in Kona

Heather Jackson: A New Coach, New Outlook and Big Kona Goals

October 5, 2017  By Susan Legacki By all accounts, pro triathlete Heather Jackson is poised to become the first American woman to win the IRONMAN World Championship since 1996. Her third-place finish last year sent a message to her female competitors that she was one to watch at this year’s race. The Princeton hockey team captain and… Continue reading Heather Jackson: A New Coach, New Outlook and Big Kona Goals

2018 American Triple-T and Little Smokies Registration Opens 10-16-17

Originally posted on HFP Racing News:
ABOUT THE AMERICAN TRIPLE-T The 2018 event will take place on June 1-3. [GET REGISTERED NOW] 2018 LODGING SELL OUT ALERT – Nearly all cabins and rooms at Shawnee Lodge and Conference Center are sold. To get your room reserved contact Jennifer Kurek at customerservice@hfpracing.com. A triathlon achievement of epic…

The Kona Veteran: A Q&A With Pro Triathlete Andy Potts

October 6, 2017  By Susan Legacki American pro triathlete and Olympian Andy Potts stakes his claim at the IRONMAN World Championship every year when he exits the water well ahead of the rest of the pack. The former University of Michigan All-American swimmer and 2007 70.3 world champion will toe the line of his seventh IRONMAN World… Continue reading The Kona Veteran: A Q&A With Pro Triathlete Andy Potts