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A summer of Team Sirius training
Siri Lindley coaches many great triathletes at her Boulder, Colorado base. A visual chronicle of some of her swim, bike, run and gym sessions this summer. Photo gallery by Timothy Carlson. 9.16.14
The 70.3 Worlds in other words
Callum Millward with the help of naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough has tackled the women's race at the Ironman 70.3 Worlds. 9.15.14
The Weekend Box Sep 14 2014
We offer accounts of Challenges in the Netherlands and England, an Ironman in Wales, a seaside classic in California and a no-pro 70.3 in Denmark. 9.14.14
Raelert, Van Vlerken win Ruegen
Michael Raelert won his second race in two weeks in dominant form and Yvonne Van Vlerken edged Laura Philipp by 7 seconds at Ironman 70.3 Ruegen which was switched to a duathlon by bad weather. 9.14.14
Atkinson, Steffen win Mooloolaba
Courtney Atkinson won a finish-line sprint with Dan Wilson and Caroline Steffen used a race-best run to outpace Radka Vodickova to win IM 70.3 Sunshine Coast. 9.13.14
2014 Interbike - day 4
Another day in the sin city is behind us and here are images of what we spied during our fourth day at the 2014 Interbike show in Las Vegas, Nevada 9.12.14
Royle, Burns win big in Las Vegas
Aussie Aaron Royle reigned supreme at the Super Sprint Tri Grand Prix in Las Vegas. In the women's final Chelsea Burns surprised onlookers and likely herself with the win. 9.12.14
2014 Interbike - day 3
It is our third day of the 2014 Interbike coverage, but the first day inside the Mandalay Bay convention center. We saw bikes, gear, and gadgets. 9.10.14
2014 Interbike - day 2
It was hot and dry today in Boulder City, NV, but that did not stop folks from attending the Interbike Outdoor Demo Day to test bikes and check out new goodies. 9.09.14
2014 Triathlon de Gerardmer pics
Gerardmer, France hosted a variety of triathlon events this weekend and Camilla Pedersen struck gold in two of them. Enjoy these impressions. 9.08.14
2014 Ironman 70.3 Worlds race
Javier Gomez and Daniela Ryf gave bravura performances and the first Ironman 70.3 Worlds held outside the U.S. was an artistic success thanks to the beauty and challenge of Mt. Tremblant. 9.08.14
2014 Interbike - day 1
The 2014 Interbike show opened today with 2 days of Outdoor Demo activities and inside the Mandelay Bay convention center the booth builds are on the way. 9.08.14
2014 Ironman Wisconsin images
This was the last Ironman Wisconsin race with a Pro field, and Kerry Yndestad captured images from this long day from dusk to dawn. 9.08.14
Gomez, Ryf shine in Mt Tremblant
Javier Gomez won his 2nd world title in as many weeks and Daniela Ryf topped a great field to win the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Mont Tremblant. 9.07.14
The Weekend Box Sep 7, 2014
A tough race in Gerardmer, France, an Ironman race in Wisconsin and a 70.3 event in Muskoka, Canada are in this Weekend Box of September 7. 9.07.14
IM 70.3 Worlds Pro Gallery
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. 9.06.14
Ironman South Africa steps up
With support from Standard Bank, Ironman South Africa has been elevated to the African continental championships of the World Triathlon Corporation. 9.05.14
We Noticed: GoPro, POC...
This week we noticed a different sort of road rage, the GoPro Fetch, the POC Octal Aero helmet, the annual CrossVegas cyclocross race and more. 9.05.14
What the contenders are thinking
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. 9.05.14
Challenge partners with Rev3
Challenge Family and Rev3 announced that starting in 2015, Rev3 races will be part of the Challenge Family triathlon series and branded as Challenge events. 9.04.14


Paula Findlay's Specialized Alias
Canadian ITU superstar Paula Findlay raced in the Super Sprint Tri GP in Las Vegas this past week and we took a closer look at her Specialized Alias Pro. 9.15.14
Aaron Royle's Giant TCR
Aussie Aaron Royle won the 2014 Super Sprint Tri Grand Prix in Las Vegas and we managed to look closer at his Shimano equipped Giant TCR race bike. 9.13.14
Meet the Bianchi Aquila CV
At the 2014 Interbike show we moved the Bianchi Aquila CV bike to the side to capture detailed pics of this bike that is still considered a prototype. 9.12.14
The nature of the 70.3 Worlds
Callum Millward with the help of broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough has narrated the Subaru Ironman 70.3 World Championships. 9.12.14
Speedplay steps to the plate
At the 2014 Interbike show Speedplay impressed folks with many new offerings, including an aero cleat system. But there was even more. 9.10.14
Up close with the Cipollini Nuke
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. 9.10.14
Introducing the Giro Empire VR90
Giro saw demand for an MTB version of its popular lace-up Empire shoe and today they introduced the Empire VR90 - high tech meets old school. 9.08.14
Bike Fit software mainstreams
First were bike fit systems. Then were bike fit tools, like motion capture and fit bikes. Finally it's software, including a powerful program launched today that Slowtwitchers can demo. 9.08.14
A look back at the 2014 ÖTILLÖ
Markus Rössel and Fabian Eberhard of German Sparkle Party powered by Brooks & HUUB competed in the 2014 ÖTILLÖ event, and Markus sent us a report. 9.04.14
Giant Propel Advanced Pro 0
At the 2014 Eurobike trade show this bright orange Giant Propel Advanced Pro 0 caught our eye and we dragged it outside to capture detailed images. 9.04.14
Images from the 2014 ÖTILLÖ
65 km of trail running and 10 km of open water swimming with 10-15 degrees Celsius water temps makes up the unique ÖTILLÖ race in Sweden. 9.02.14
Thoughts on science & perception
During a recent forum discussion about bike sizes, stem length and test rides, Josh Poertner of Silca added a few thoughts on science and perception. 9.01.14
A look at the Ridley Dean Fast
The Ridley Dean Fast is not brand new, but it has not been seen or touched by many. We thus used the opportunity at Eurobike to snap a few images. 8.30.14
Introducing the Parlee Altum R
While we perused the many halls of the 2014 Eurobike show we stumbled upon the very beautiful blue Parlee Altum R bike and decided to look closer. 8.28.14
The new Cervelo S5 is here
The Cervelo S5 is a popular and proven aero road bike, but it is not good to rest on laurels and thus the crew at Cervelo worked hard on this new design. 8.27.14
A detailed look at the Ueberbike
We uploaded initial pictures of the new Rafael Ueberbike last week, and today we had a chance to look closer and fondle this very attractive new TT machine. 8.26.14
Prize Money
I propose we look at pro triathletes, and the prize money offered them, in a different light. My thesis is that the chief beneficiary of the prize money is not the pro. It's you and me. 8.25.14
The Pivot Mach 4 Carbon
In case you are lusting for a new fast XTERRA bike, you may need to look no further than at this Pivot Mach 4 Carbon - a fun ride even if you don't race. 8.23.14
Meet the Rafael Ueberbike
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. 8.23.14
Swim nomenclature
The community of swimmers brings its own lingo to the pool. Here's your guide to swimming nomenclature along with a bit of etiquette throw in, no charge. 8.22.14