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Recap of LA Marathon

By:  Max King First off, I am incredibly sore from that marathon. I thought with all the ultras, long runs and quad beating I’ve done the past two years that a marathon would feel relatively short and recovery would be … Continue reading

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Leanda Cave

Cave began her triathlon career at the Olympic distance in 2001 and gradually became a top female triathlete in the World. In 2012, Cave won both the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships and IRONMAN World Championships, the only female triathlete in … Continue reading

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Preparation for the Toledo Marathon

By: Jason Stine Last Saturday, I raced in the 35th annual St. Malachi Church 5 Mile Run in Cleveland. Over the years, the race has become a spring tradition for my teammates and I, and I was looking forward to … Continue reading

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Leanda Cave joins Swiftwick for 2015 Season

Swiftwick, a leading athletic performance sock company, has officially signed champion triathlete, Leanda Cave, to the Swiftwick athlete team. Cave began her triathlon career at the Olympic distance in 2001 and gradually became a top female triathlete in the World. … Continue reading

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Daredevil Mountain Biker Michal Kollbek Takes On Sedona’s ‘White Line’ Trail

Professional mountain biker Michal Kollbek has always loved adventure. With this mindset, he decided to teeter the line between adventurous and crazy by riding the dangerous white line in Sedona, Arizona. This line consists of a white strip of sand … Continue reading

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Whatever the language it’s Swiftwick.

Whatever the language, everyone can understand that Swiftwick socks are the best socks you will ever wear. Check out this great video from one of Swiftwick’s sponsored teams Jet Cyling!

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The Swiftwick Advantage

By Andre Campos   I might not attribute all of last year’s success to my Swifties, but I went from a Cat 2 US Cup XC top 3 series finisher to the series champion of the Cat 1 Singlespeed Endurance … Continue reading

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Improving your bike and run splits with Guido Perez

Swiftwick Athlete Guido Perez is a South Florida Triathlete, originally from Argentina. At the age of 13, he moved to US and began to discover his passion for long course triathlons. From the start, he has been known in the … Continue reading

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The Importance of Not Going It Alone

By: Clint Boston “When there is no counsel, a leader would fall. In the multitude of counsel, there is safety.” ~ Enoch Tan I have been asked why I seek advice from with other runners in an effort to learn … Continue reading

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70.3 San Juan Taper Race Simulation

Mike Hermanson, with Maverick Multisport, knows how important it is to train hard; so he can perform optimally on race day. In preparation for the San Jaun 70.3, he made this short, fun video with ideas and suggestions on how … Continue reading

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