10 Tips for the Mere Mortal Beginner Triathlete

Tackling your first triathlon might seem like the scariest and hardest thing ever. But don’t be daunted—you can do hard things! by Meredith Atwood In my first triathlon, I forgot my swim cap, fell over on my bike in transition and was the slowest runner out there. Guess what? It was awesome! I was changed… Continue reading 10 Tips for the Mere Mortal Beginner Triathlete

Women For Tri Announces Additional Slots to 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship

An additional 25 qualifying slots to the pinnacle event of the IRONMAN 70.3 Series to be offered for female athletes at 20 races worldwide. Women For Tri, a program of the IRONMAN Foundation, today announced that a total of 500 additional women will earn an invitation to race in the 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship… Continue reading Women For Tri Announces Additional Slots to 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship

Why You Should Race And Support Grassroot Events

Here is one more reason, why racing and supporting grassroot races and race company is the best. In November, my wife got me a Christmas present. She signed me up for the American Triple T, one of the signature events held by HFP Racing. My bike training was coming along great and my run training… Continue reading Why You Should Race And Support Grassroot Events

Perth and Taupo Finalists for 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Host

Perth and Taupo Finalists for 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Host Originally from: http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/news/articles/2018/06/perth-and-taupo-finalists-for-703-world-championship.aspx#ixzz5Qk9jplnK Perth, Western Australia, and Taupō, New Zealand named as finalist host cities for the 2020 event. We are proud to announce today that Perth, Western Australia and Taupō, New Zealand have been named finalists to host the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship which… Continue reading Perth and Taupo Finalists for 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Host

TOUGHMAN Series Announces New Additional TOUGHMAN Ohio

TOUGHMAN Series Announces New Additional TOUGHMAN Ohio September 1st, 2018 TOUGHMAN Ohio 2019 Rye Brook, NY (Sept. 1st, 2018) – TOUGHMAN Enterprises, http://www.TOUGHMANTri.com one of the leading triathlon brands in North and South America is happy to announce the new TOUGHMAN Ohio that will take place in Salt Fork Park, Cambridge OH in June 2019. HFP… Continue reading TOUGHMAN Series Announces New Additional TOUGHMAN Ohio

TOUGHMAN Triathlon Race Report [Sept. 18, 2016]

Toughman New York post race report by Anthony Chan.  Toughman New York is the Championship Race for the Toughman Series. It is a very enjoyable race put on by a company that believes in grassroot racing. First and foremost, I want to thank Richard and his team at TOUGHMAN for consistently putting on such an… Continue reading TOUGHMAN Triathlon Race Report [Sept. 18, 2016]

2014 Atomic Man Half Race Report

Below is a post race report by Big Sexy Racing on the 2014 Atomic Man Half, this race is now the Toughman Tennessee Race. It is a great race at a great price. Link to the race site: http://www.toughmantri.com/toughman-tennessee/ I wanted to get one more race in before Ironman Chattanooga.  Mostly because I had several things… Continue reading 2014 Atomic Man Half Race Report

Sarah True, Jesse Thomas win Augusta 70.3

Timothy Carlson           Sun Sep 24 2017 After knocking on the door all year, Sarah True won her first Ironman 70.3 race at Augusta. Six-time Wildflower winner Jesse Thomas also won his first 70.3 race of 2017. True led the swim, finished the bike leg in third position, 5 seconds behind… Continue reading Sarah True, Jesse Thomas win Augusta 70.3

The young German who went 4:07:21 at IM 70.3 Worlds

Herbert Krabel Mon Sep 18 2017 21-year old German Patrick Reger was the top age grouper at the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga in 4:07:21 and he did so despite being injured from from October 2016 until April of 2017. He was 10th overall at IRONMAN 70.3 Kraichgau in June but then focused… Continue reading The young German who went 4:07:21 at IM 70.3 Worlds