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Hack an Ironman

: Inspired by Finnish entrepreneur Sami Inkinen, a Slowtwitch staffer attempts to hack-an-Ironman.

The Åsnes Expedition Amundsen

: This past weekend 200 athletes took part in the 2017 Åsnes Expedition Amundsen, a 100 km self supported ski race in the region of Norway where Norseman takes place.

Mission Bay birthplace of triathlon, and swimrun too

: San Diego's Mission Bay was the birthplace of triathlon and over 40 years later hosted the first swimrun event in the country.

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.

Make Triathlon Awesome

: In his first Viking Life video episode of the year, Eric Lagerstrom asks himself what he can do to "Make Triathlon Awesome!"

Slowtwitch Nordic Training Plan - January 2017

: If you followed along on our series of Nordic Skiing articles last winter and want to take the next step, we present the first in a series of monthly training plans incorporating Nordic into your S-B- ...

Holiday Swimrun

: Swedish endurance legend Jonas Colting produced a fun and festive swimrun challenge with a twist.

Running, running and running

: A beautiful running image inspired this gallery and we have since collected many more great running pics from various places around the world.

Will Ironman Haul In Rock ’n’ Roll?

: Do you mind of I take a complete flyer here? Raw speculation? Ironman buys the world's premier run event brand.

The New Slowtwitch Training Log

: We've got a new training log. After a couple years of treading water, we've got an entirely new log for you all to track your data in. It does support challenges. And all your old data will be ported ...

Annual 100/100 starts today

: So here we go, running our 100 runs in 100 days challenge for the 11th year in a row. Every year it’s our biggest virtual camp.

Viking Life - That's a Wrap

: What better way for Eric Lagerstrom to showcase a season that brought ups and downs than to release his final Viking Life for 2017.

Run and Swim Winter Challenges

: Our annual 100/100 Run Challenge begins December 15, and our Guppy Challenge kicks off December 1.

A chat with Samantha Mazer

: Team Timex athlete Samantha Mazer was the top female at IRONMAN Los Cabos in late October, but there is much more to this fast and smart athlete.

With a broken wing and a great attitude

: A day before leaving for Kona BJ Christenson fractured a scapula, but that did not stop him, it merely altered his race plan. And apparently the race view is different at the back of the bus.

Tim Stutzer is riding into the sunset

: German age group triathlete and Team Timex member Tim Stutzer has been doing triathlons forever, but knee issues are forcing him now to ride into the sunset. But maybe the timing is just right for ...

Inspiring 2016 SwimRun NC images

: The inaugural SwimRun NC brought 52 teams of 2 from across the country to Hanging Rock State Park to tackle a beautiful and very challenging course.

The patriotic Trek Speed Concept of Timothy O'Donnell

: American Timothy O'Donnell had the top podium spot as a target when he came to Kona, and in the end finished 6th aboard this very distinctive patriotic themed Trek Speed Concept Project One.

Wildflower Is No More

: One of triathlon's monuments will not be contested in 2017, and perhaps never again.

The Strava Kona numbers of Patrick Lange

: German Patrick Lange finished 3rd in Kona with a course record breaking 2:39:45 run. Here now are his Strava numbers from that memorable day.

40° air temps and 50° water temps - ÖTILLÖ 1000 Lakes in Germany

: Tough nature conditions at the inaugural ÖTILLÖ 1000 Lakes did not deter SwimRun athletes from tackling this beautiful terrain at the Mecklenburger Seenplatte. 10km of swimming and 35km of trail ...

A Kona podium for American Heather Jackson

: Heather Jackson finished third at the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona and thus became the first female American since 2006 to grab a podium spot at this coveted event.

Faster than before is sometimes still not good enough

: American Timothy O'Donnell finished 3rd in Kona in 2015 with a 8:18:50, and 5th in 2013 with a 8:22:25, but a 8:16:20 in 2016 meant 6th place.

A chat with Tim Reed post Kona 2016

: Aussie Tim Reed had a superb 2016 season highlighted by a win at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Australia. Reed then went on to Kona where unfortunately the wheels came off.
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