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Are you ready for Ironman?

Inspired by Kona and getting the itch to tackle an Ironman in the next year? Use this guide from Triathlete featuring Ironman coach Lance Watson to determine if you’re ready to take on one on the most difficult sporting events in the … Continue reading

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3 challenges exclusive to triathletes

Post by: Lesley Smith of Maverick Multisport.  It is easy to look at the sport of triathlon and think of it as three separate sports combined into one sporting event. But if you define triathlon as a single sport of … Continue reading

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Getting past your bump in the road: Leanda Cave at Kona 2015

Post by: Leanda Cave, Swiftwick athlete.  “Success is easier than failure. There is not much to say when you succeed. But in failure you sometimes learn more about yourself. I’m not the only pro who didn’t make it to the … Continue reading

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A peek in the pantry of a pro triathlete

As a PhD student in pharmaco-economics at Virginia Commonwealth University and a professional triathlete who does two workouts a day, Julie Patterson has very little free time and is also on a tight budget. Despite her crazy schedule, she took … Continue reading

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Defy the odds: triathlete gets back to the bike after being hit by truck

Post by: Kelsey Withrow, Swiftwick sponsored athlete.   “In May of 2014, I was coming home from a training ride in Santa Cruz and was T-boned by a truck going 35mph while riding my bike. I was life-flighted to Stanford … Continue reading

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8-year-old boy with cerebral palsy finishes triathlon

Last weekend, Bailey Matthews, an 8-year-old boy from England, sent a message to those who say, “I can’t.” Bailey has cerebral palsy, a condition that affects his motor skills, making walking and other movements extremely difficult. Despite his condition, the … Continue reading

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An open letter to my non-triathlete spouse

What’s it like to be the spouse of an elite triathlete? We can assume that it is not the easiest job husbands or wives have ever taken on. Julie Patterson of Maverick Multisport writes this open letter to her non-triathlete … Continue reading

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No regrets, no pity, no excuses: Kevin Kraus’s story

What do you do when something essential is taken away from you? Kevin Kraus, an active athlete, had everything taken from him in the form of a motorcycle accident that took his left leg. From there, he had two lives he could … Continue reading

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Mavericks go WILD at Wildflower Triathlon

A signature event in its 33rd year, Wildflower is always a great race and even better festival-style event. According to their website, Wildflower is known all over the world for its festival-like atmosphere, challenging courses and some of the happiest volunteers … Continue reading

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What’s in Mike Horn’s gym bag?

Check out this article from FitNation about Moxie Multisport team member and Ironman all-world triathlete Mike Horn! Click to zoom!

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