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The passion behind ÖTILLÖ
Michael Lemmel and Mats Skott are the founders and race directors of ÖTILLÖ and we had a few words Michael about the sport that has grabbed the imagination of many. 2.12.16
Calum Neff - the WR stroller man
Canadian Calum Neff moved to Texas 3 years ago and recently broke the Half Marathon Stroller World Record in 1:11:27 at the Katy Half. Here now is a chat with the fast man. 2.10.16
Frodeno to race Challenge Roth
Fast German Jan Frodeno has an amazing resume with an Olympic Gold and World Championship titles, but he has no Roth win yet. But that may change this summer. 2.10.16
Kikkan Randall talks Pregnancy and Training
Kikkan Randall is the most successful American women's cross-country skier of all time. But this year, she elected to sit out the racing season in order to start a family. 2.09.16
Up, up and up - the Red Bull 400
In 2011 a few hearty souls decided to run up the steep slopes of a ski jumping hill and now you can find Red Bull 400 races in several countries. 2.08.16
Great victories at 70.3 Geelong
Jake Montgomery grabbed his first 70.3 win in Geelong over Cyril Viennot and Josh Amberger, and Melissa Hauschildt showed that she is back in form. 2.06.16
We Noticed: absoluteBLACK, Zipp
This week we noticed aero chain rings by absoluteBLACK, a new NSW wheel set from Zipp, tool kits from Park Tool, a nifty carrot slicer and more. 2.04.16
Dave Mirra reported dead today
Greenville, NC police announced in a police report that BMX and X-Games superstar and passionate triathlete Dave Mirra died of an apparent suicide. 2.04.16
The fast and restless Adriel Young
Despite only starting triathlon in 2012, Adriel Young has been to Kona twice and finished Norseman in 13th place. Now he is off to Greece to volunteer as a rescue swimmer. 2.02.16
Introducing Abdulla Attiya
This 17-year-old from Bahrain is just getting started in triathlon, but with the help of the Bahrain Endurance 13 development team he is fast improving and is aiming for the stars. 2.02.16
Trouble brewing in Belgium
The UCI announced yesterday that they detained a bike from the women's U23 race at the CX Worlds because of technical fraud concerns. 1.31.16
Sanders, Haskins take Panama
Lionel Sanders had a race best 1:55:04 bike split and a superb 1:14:48 run to win IM 70.3 Panama. Sarah Haskins was solid all day to grab the women's title. 1.31.16
Collins, Hector take Israman 113
Ben Collins won the 2016 Israman 113 and Alice Hector grabbed the women's title. The long course 226 honors went to Bart Candel and Antonina Reznikov. 1.30.16
Israman Garmin Eilat images
The Israman Garmin Eilat triathlon features a very unique backdrop and folks from all over the world challenged themselves over the 113 and 226 distance. 1.30.16
Post race 70.3 Dubai interviews
The 2016 IM 70.3 Dubai was won by Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf, and here are various post race interviews from the finish line courtesy of Bob Babbitt. 1.29.16
2016 Ironman 70.3 Dubai
Ironman 70.3 Dubai, the first leg of the 2016 Nasser Bin Hamad Triple Crown Series, rewarded heavy favorites Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf with $20,000 victories. Photo Gallery by Timothy Carlson 1.29.16
Talks with Bozzone and Steffen
The 2016 IRONMAN Dubai is almost upon us and here are interviews with Terenzo Bozzone and Caroline Steffen, courtesy of Bob Babbitt and Babbittville. 1.28.16
Dubai 70.3 Pre Race Gallery
Ironman 70.3 Dubai marks the opening of the 2016 season; for Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf and pros with an eye to knock them off, Dubai is the opening round of the million dollar Nasser Bin Hamad Triple Crown 1.28.16
Frodeno, Ryf tops at Dubai 70.3
Jan Frodeno rolled to victory with fastest swim, bike and run; Daniela Ryf posted women's-fastest swim and bike splits to outrace Caroline Steffen. 1.28.16
Frodeno, Ryf favored in Dubai
The second year of the Nasser Bin Hamad $1 million Triple Crown commences Friday with Ironman 70.3 Dubai. Daniela Ryf and Jan Frodeno are favored to grab the titles. 1.27.16


Fast After 50
Joe Friel parses a longitudinal study to determine which types of training yield the best performances for aging athletes. The prescriptions are not what you might have guessed. 2.09.16
The Slowman Cometh
We're invading your space. Our first Slowtwitch Road Show takes place just under 4 weeks from today, at Inside Out Sports in Cary, NC. 2.09.16
Training in La Palma, Spain
There are many similarities between Hawaii's Big Island and La Palma, Spain despite the 14,000 kilometers between them, but there are also some differences. 2.08.16
Roka R1 Goggle
Roka calls its angled lens feature Rapidsight. It is visibility without bulk, and without a raised profile that catches water. Yes the R1 is a goggle, but it's also a technical platform. 2.08.16
The Ghost Bike. Thoughts On Loss
How do you make sense of the senseless? In the wake of Dave Mirra's death, I struggled to comprehend the emptiness I felt. And to understand how those who achieve so much can often feel so inadequate. 2.07.16
The elusive Litespeed TT bike
It was a long time ago when Litespeed last had a TT or triathlon bike in the model line, but it now appears that a limited edition Blade can be had. 2.05.16
Missing the man and the father
I spent 24 hours with Dave Mirra last April and now that he is no longer among us, I feel terribly sad about the loss of this man, husband and father. 2.05.16
When situations escalate
It is not uncommon for a cyclist to charge after an aggressive motorist, but that can escalate quickly as a man quickly learned when a gun was pulled on him. 2.03.16
A day in the life of Valencell
It is likely that you never heard the name Valencell before, even though you may even have had it in your ear or on your arm. Here now is your chance to learn more. 2.01.16
Pioneer drops price
The company that has a cult following, largely because of the advanced metrics it produces, has just dropped the price of its 1- and 2-leg power meters. 2.01.16
The Chase from TrainerRoad
This video from TrainerRoad, discussed on the Slowtwitch Reader Forum, is an inside look at the realities of training at an elite level. 2.01.16
A fast man and his van
Eric Lagerstrom recently purchased a van and he spent time to make it work right for him and his girlfriend Magali Tisseyre. But remember, don't come knocking ... 1.30.16
A distinctive custom Ventum
Ventum introduced their Lotus-inspired frame design about a year ago, and they recently finished a unique custom frame for the man who helped them get going. 1.29.16
Cannondale Slices prices
The entry level price category just got a big boost, when a better than entry-level bike just took a major price haircut. The Slice is a very compelling option. 1.29.16
Felt IA 16
This is the first of our series on sub-$3000 tri bikes we recommend. The IA 16 is another of Felt's shots across the industry bow, alotta bike, nicely-priced. 1.28.16
Kyle Buckingham's Look 796
South African Kyle Buckingham is competing on a Look 796 Monoblade this season and he thus joins a few selected French pros who race on this unique machine. 1.28.16