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Mark Allen on Nice

: Mark Allen had a signature string of victories in Nice. With the 2019 70.3 WC to be hosted there, I asked Mark for a walk down memory lane.

Inside Ben Kanute's St. George Training Camp

: US Olympian Ben Kanute traveled to San Diego to train with his coach, Jim Vance, before the St. George 70.3 North American Championships. Here are some highlights of what happened at the camp and how ...

Don Park, Cobb Cycling's New Owner

: John Cobb sold Cobb Cycling to Don Park, who has earned his own palmarès earned in the world of business. John remains aboard.

Matt Hanson can do

: Hanson left his job as a professor of Athletic Training and Exercise Science in 2013 and recently posted the 20th fastest Ironman distance time in history.

Meet Don Davis of the SOS Triathlon

: Don Davis is the man behind the Survival of the Shawangunks Triathlon, a unique event with multiple swim and run transitions in a stunning area of NY state.

Late starter goes to the head of the class

: Jodie Robertson, twice U.S. Olympic marathon trials qualifier, won IM North American Championship in 8:56:32, just 2 years in triathlon.

On the podium despite the duct tape

: American Pro Jesse Thomas finished second at IRONMAN 70.3 Peru despite having to be duct taped into his race suit in T1. We had chat with him about this incident and much more.

Ryan Bolton Has a Foot In Two Worlds

: He was a U.S. Olympian in triathlon, an Ironman winner, and now he coaches both triathletes and East African elite runners.

Up close with George Bjälkemo

: Swede George Bjälkemo is a busy man. He is a relatively new father and races triathlon and Swimrun events at a Pro level and there is no sign of slowing down.

The triathlete who conquered Barkley

: A week ago triathlete and ultrarunner John Kelly became the 15th person since 1986 to conquer the infamous Barkley Marathons - a ultra difficult 100 mile trail race in the Frozen Head State Park in ...

Matt Russell and his Quest for a Sub-8 at Ironman Texas

: Matt Russell has raced in every edition of Ironman Texas and this year he thinks it will require a sub-8 hour performance to win the Ironman North American Championship event taking place in The ...

Lionel Sanders can swim!

: Oceanside 70.3 winner Lionel Sanders was disappointed he did not get a full rematch with Jan Frodeno. But he’s delighted with his improved swim.

The Intrepid Andy Blow

: Former British elite athlete Andy Blow is now best known as the man keeping athletes hydrated and cramp free with Precision Hydration.

On the throttle with Trevor Wurtele

: Trevor Wurtele is getting ready for IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside and he already has a 3rd place finish at the recent 70.3 Campeche in Mexico to his name. The always entertaining Wurtele chatted with us ...

With grit and passion onwards

: Jodie Stimpson is glad that 2016 is over and this gritty Brit has her focus now set on 2017 and beyond. She started her season in Abu Dhabi and was narrowly beaten by Andrea Hewitt. But there are no ...

Up close with Staffan Björklund

: Staffan Björkland is very close to nature as an avid and accomplished climber, skier, adventure racer and Swimrun athlete. He won the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championships in the mixed division with ...

A new challenge for Joe Maloy

: 2016 Olympian Joe Maloy recently decided to walk away from professional triathlon instead of trying to battle for another Olympic start and he talked openly about this decision and much more.

Breakthrough for Bishop

: After Under 23 World Championship medals in 2011 and 2012, Tom Bishop struggled four years before his runner-up finish to Javier Gomez at Abu Dhabi

Ultra rookie makes a big splash in Florida

: Steffi Steinberg of Germany chats about breaking the Ultraman Florida women’s race record in her debut at the distance.

3-day super sprints rekindle Cam Dye’s career

: When the big money LifeTime Fitness pro series ceased in 2015, 3-time champ Cameron Dye considered retirement; Island House and Super League have reignited his career.

The multi-talented Jordan Bryden

: Jordan Bryden is a professional triathlete from Canada who finished 3rd at Challenge Penticton in 2016 behind Jeff Symonds and Drew Scott. He is also a gifted graphic designer and passionate ...

Challenging nature on a 1000 mile adventure

: Peter Ripmaster will soon return to Alaska to attempt another Iditarod Trail Invitational 1000. In 2016 he narrowly escaped death when he fell through the ice during that 1000 mile running race.

Felt Braintrust Weighs in on Acquisition

: Rossignol’s owns Time Sport but by acquiring Felt the French ski company has a summer sport brand that can scale. Will Felt remain a tri staple?

The Circuitous Route to the Ideal Sport: Sika Henry

: On her fifth try (swimmer, high jumper, long sprinter, pure runner, then triathlete) Sika Henry finally found the sport made for her.

Lance Armstrong Interview at TBI

: It's 20 minutes on his podcasts, 20 minutes on WEDU, 20 minutes of audience questions, and a pretty transparent final 6 minutes.

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