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Dye, Goss prevail at St. Anthony’s

: Cameron Dye won his 4th title at St. Anthony’s Triathlon and Lauren Goss took her first win when high winds forced shortening of the swim.

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.

Croneborg, Walter take Taiwan

: Fredrik Croneborg beat Dougal Allan by 8:02 and Verena Walter of Germany beat Lucie Reed by 16:20 to win Challenge Taiwan.

Course markers awry, 4 men opt for tie

: When top men were led astray by confusing bike course markings, they opted for a 4-way tie; women had no such trouble at the XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship.

The Nine Hour Per Week Ironman Training Experiment

: Inspired by former age group world champion Sami Inkinen's 12-hour per week Ironman training plan, one Slowtwitcher staffer experimented with less.

IM North American Championship Pro Women

: Photographer Aaron Palaian of Houston captured the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat of the pro women at The Woodlands.

2017 IM North American Championship

: Photo Gallery of pro men at the Ironman North American Championship at The Woodlands.

Potts, Jackson take Peru 70.3

: Andy Potts edged Jesse Thomas by 28 seconds and Heather Jackson topped Sarah Piampiano – both by virtue of better swims – at Ironman 70.3 Peru.

Brownlee, Pallant tops at Gran Canaria

: Alistair Brownlee shook off a subpar performance at Super League with a dominating win and Emma Pallant upset Daniela Ryf at Challenge Gran Canaria

Hanson, Robertson win IM North America

: Matt Hanson set a U.S. Ironman record with a 7:52:44 finish at The Woodlands while Jodie Robertson cracked 9 hours at the Ironman North American Championship.

Noone, Davis-Hayes win Collegiate Nationals

: Nick Noone of CU Boulder and Cecilia Davis-Hayes of Columbia University won the Olympic distance individual titles at the USA Triathlon Collegiate Nationals.

Nice to host 2019 70.3 Worlds

: Following the trend-setting Nice International Triathlon and the ITU Long Course Worlds, Nice will host the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.

Having Fun with The Wurteles

: After reshuffling his early season plans, Eric Lagerstrom sells his beloved van, buys a motorhome and pitstops in St. George, Utah to visit Team Wurtele.

Nordenskiöldsloppet - 220km on skis in Sweden

: The Red Bull Nordenskiöldsloppet is the worlds longest classical cross country ski competition and it is based on a historical race from 1884 - and Jonas Colting loves such challenges.

An independent aero super bike test

: Slowtwitch forum member Kiley Austin-Young crowd raised money to test various super bikes in the A2 Wind Tunnel with AeroCamp mavens Heath Dotson and Brian Stover.

Kienle opts for a SCOTT Foil in Cannes

: The 2014 IRONMAN World Champion Sebastian Kienle will race the Cannes International Triathlon this weekend and the fast German has opted to tackle the hilly 100km course on a SCOTT Foil.

A No Fluff Approach to Ironman Bike Training

: Crunched for time but still want to eek out performance gains on the bike? We've put TrainerRoad's low volume, high intensity Full Distance Triathlon program to the test.

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.

Appleton, Luxford top Challenge Melbourne half

: Sam Appleton secured the win with a race-best run split; Annabel Luxford’s women’s-best swim and bike splits conquered Challenge Melbourne half.

Middaugh, Snyder win XTERRA Costa Rica

: Reigning XTERRA Pan America Champions Josiah Middaugh and Suzie Snyder won the fourth annual XTERRA Costa Rica.

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 ...

Hewitt wins WTS Gold Coast

: Andrea Hewitt followed her win at Abu Dhabi with a dominant performance at Gold Coast and her second straight victory on the WTS circuit.

Mola runs away at WTS Gold Coast

: Mario Mola emerged from a fierce run duel with Richard Murray to win his second straight WTS Gold Coast victory.

Osborne, Allen win XTERRA New Zealand

: Sam Osborne did it with race-best bike and run splits and Jacqui Allen won with a dominating mountain bike split at XTERRA New Zealand.

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 ...
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