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A chat with Mark Bowstead new

Mark Bowstead has a first pack swim, is often the fastest cyclist, and has won a few half Ironman events. Now this young Kiwi pursues a commensurate run.

The passionate Kirk Noyes new

Kirk Noyes is heavily involved with his family, the Texas triathlon scene and various other hobbies and interests when he is not on the road traveling for his job.

Soaring high with a broken wing

Brian August of Team Every Man Jack crashed hard during Ironman Texas and broke his elbow. He finished the bike and run, placed and will now go to Kona.

On the trail with Shannon Coates

Shannon Coates is on the Timex Team and she now can add smart detective to her resume. Meet the Florida native who now resides in Portland.

Derek Garcia 3 years after cancer

Derek Garcia got a pro triathlon card in 2012 and learned that summer that he had testicular cancer. All signs point in the right direction now and he is racing strong now.

Lauren Goss St. Croix champion

Lauren Goss won her 9th victory as a pro at the classic Ironman 70.3 St. Croix, joining a roster of champions who have gone on to great success in the middle distances.

Digging deep with Cody Beals

Cody Beals is in his second season as a pro triathlete and has some very fine results to show. This gear meticulous Canadian races hard on a very simple lifestyle.

Flying along with Davide Giardini

Davide Giardini has a passion for fast sports - swimming, skiing, kite surfing and most recently triathlon. At 70.3 Texas he surprised many with a superb sub 2 hour bike split.

A meteoric rise and very hard fall

Sjaan Gerth was the top amateur at 70.3 New Orleans in his 4th triathlon, but a terrible hit and run accident likely ended the endurance sport aspirations of this fast Canadian.

The new life of Brad Williams

Brad Williams left the military last summer and turned pro early this year. He talked to us about racing, training, marriage, the pro card, bike splits, rumor mongering and more.

Swallow on Bahrain Endurance 13

Jodie Swallow is part of the Bahrain Endurance 13 team and we had a few words with her about Bahrain, racing, qualifying, equality and much more.

Big changes for Sergio Marques

It was late 2007 when we last interviewed Sergio Marques and much has changed for this Portuguese pro since then. Find out more about these changes within.

The rise of Christopher Borden

Chris Borden was the top age grouper at Ironman Chattanooga and his focus is now on Kona. But 5 years ago he was single, smoked and weighed 50 pounds more.

Cam Dye on winning and losing

2015 has already been a bit of an emotional roller coaster season for Cam Dye. A nice win at St. Anthony's Triathlon but also the demise of Life Time Fitness pro purse.

No crying over spilt milk in Texas

When Richie Cunningham and several other pros were misdirected on the run course at Ironman 70.3 Texas, they all faced DQs and abandoned the race.

The moxie of Kellen Hood

Kellen Hood is a Texas resident with a lot of moxie and during Movember he used it well to raise money, but now it is time to race, train and have a great time.

Decision time for Colin Laughery

Colin Laughery earned a pro card with his 4:06 effort at 70.3 New Orleans and now has to make a few decisions. But family matters most for this Speedo wearing age grouper.

The man simply known as Petter

Petter Alexis Askergren is a Swedish rap performer who is very passionate about SwimRun events including the tough till . We talked to the man known by most as Petter.

It is on for Dave Mirra

Dave Mirra has been in triathlon for 2.5 years and looks now at Ironman Lake Placid to get to Kona. We chatted with him about training, racing, qualifying, gear and cars.

A few words with Rachel McBride

Canadian Rachel McBride is getting ready for the 2015 Wildflower Triathlon and started her California campaign with a 6th place at 70.3 Oceanside.

A long South African swim

Brit Jane Hardy will do the 7.5km Freedom Swim from Robben Island to Bloubergstrand in South Africa. Sharks are in those waters, but Hardy is realistic and prepared.

Hugo retires at top of his game

South African XTERRA star Dan Hugo just won 9 XTERRA events the season before he turned 30 and yet he retired for a job with Specialized Global Marketing.

Two more rising U.S. women

Kaitlin Donner and Renee Tomlin dueled to a 1-2 finish at the New Plymouth World Cup, joining a crop of rising U.S. women stars on the ITU circuit.

David McNamee on the long road

David McNamee has been competing in ITU events until last year, but this year he stepped up to go long at Challenge Dubai and even longer at Ironman South Africa.

A few words with Beth Gerdes

Last summer Beth Gerdes gave birth to baby Wynne and has since had some very solid results including a 5th place at the Ironman Asia Pacific Champs in Melbourne.
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