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Don and Swallow podium at World 70.3
Source: - 18:15 07/09/2014
Javier Gomez clearly made the right choices in his racing schedule as he's now the Ironman 70.3 World Champion having finished nicely clear of the field at Mont Tremblant today. Jan Frodeno and Tim Don rounded out the podium: a trio of Olympians with a new home for their racing. In the women's field the title went to Daniela Ryf with Jodie Swallow in second and Heather Wurtele third. Other GB athletes in the elite field were Will Clarke in 10th, Susie Hignett in 12th, Cat ...
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What the contenders are thinking
Source: Slowtwitch - 08:00 06/09/2014
Two days before the 2014 Ironman 70.3 World Championship on a tough course at Mont Tremblant, some of the top competitors share their thoughts on the clash ahead.
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IM 70.3 Worlds Pro Gallery
Source: Slowtwitch - 08:00 07/09/2014
Some call this the best pro field in the 9-year history of the Ironman 70.3 World Championship; a look at some pros and coaches at Mont Tremblant.
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Fraser Cartmell's Speed Concept
Source: - 15:45 18/09/2014
Fraser Cartmell's Trek Speed Concept Scotland's Fraser Cartmell ( has had an exceptionally busy - and very successful - 2014 racing season. He's raced, and won, no less than five Scottish Championship titles this year (Sprint, Standard and Middle Distance Triathlon, Duathlon and Aquathlon), won The Bastion iron-distance, won the British Middle Distance Championships and earned multiple podium finishes in Spain (Elche, Bilbao and Zarautz). His latest race was this past weekend where he finished a hard earned second at Ironman Wales after racing ...
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Simon Ward: here we go again
Source: - 15:15 28/08/2014
After falling well short of his goal at Ironman Lanzarote in May, coach Simon Ward has Ironman Wales lined up next. This time around he has different goals, and wants to end the season with a solid marathon run. Thoughts of 'Hawaii 50' may well become 'Hawaii 50+1', and here Simon looks at what training he's done, versus what he thinks is likely to be needed in the future to improve his performances to the levels required. Here we go again. Ironman Wales in just ...
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Triathlon England - National Championships announced for 2015
Source: - 14:00 09/09/2014
Triathlon England is pleased to announce that the Triathlon England - National Championships for 2015 have now been confirmed following another outstanding year of competition for members with positive feedback from event organisers and athletes alike. Today's announcement follows the confirmation of British Triathlon's Age-Group Major Events Calendar providing the opportunity for English triathletes to begin their planning for the 2015 season and beyond. As the National Championships go from strength to strength, the appeal to event organisers is clear with a record number of bids put ...
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Karl Alexander: Weymouth DNF...
Source: - 10:45 18/09/2014
Tri247 columnist Karl Alexander had a very unusual race for him at Challenge Weymouth, and not in a good way. Despite a mindset of 'pain is temporary; quitting lasts forever', for the first time in 20 years, he had to abandon a race. Well, they say you have to take the rough with the smooth - and so here Karl reports on how his day (well, half of it), started well and then ended in disappointment. Still, having won The Gauntlet last year, he'll certainly be ...
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Up close with the Cipollini Nuke
Source: Slowtwitch - 08:00 11/09/2014
The Cipollini brand introduced the Nuke TT bike with an entertaining video recently, and at Eurobike we were able to look closer at this new TT entry.
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World champion triathlete launches new insurance product
Source: - 12:45 10/09/2014
Two-time world triathlon champion Helen Jenkins has helped design a new insurance product aimed specifically at amateur triathletes and cycling enthusiasts. The Olympian has worked with insurance entrepreneur Darren Thomas to launch Pedalcover, a unique bike and home insurance that combines all bikes and accessories under a single policy. Backed by one of the UK's largest insurance providers, Pedalcover replaces the need to take out separate bike insurance, or specify multiple bikes on a home insurance policy, providing cover during training, leisure and competition time, ...
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Meet the Rafael Ueberbike
Source: Slowtwitch - 08:00 24/08/2014
At the 2014 Eurobike trade show German Rafael Hoffleit will present a bike to the world that has neither a fork leg, nor a chainstay or seatstay on the non-drive side.
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