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: In 2013 I predicted a down decade for tri (few listened), followed by a bull market starting 2019. We'll plan our future at the TBI Conference.

Interbike's Demise: For Cycling? Terrible. Triathlon? Used to it.

: Triathlon never had its own trade show anyway. Still doesn't. Still, the sport needs an annual industry conclave.

USAT to Invest Overages During 2019

: The U.S. Triathlon Federation to invest money back into sport development.

Was There a Domestique in Kona?

: And, is that okay? Here's what the rules say, and you're crazy if you think this was the first time.

Are New Cervelo and QR Websites Harbingers of Change?

: Do configurators presage changes in distribution, inventory, accounting, assembly?

The Risk Of Not Being a Triathlete

: Risk is part of our sport. What we have never talked about, to my recollection, is the risk of not being a triathlete.

Tenacity and Customer Service Can Take You Places

: Don't let "no" stop you. And, don't say "no" to your customer.

A Strategic Approach to Non Draft Races

: With Boston Tri on Ben Kanute's racing schedule this weekend, it seemed a fitting time to reflect back and share a few of the strategies he has used in other non draft events.

There is one way to become an Ironman

: You must swim 2.4mi, ride 112mi, and run 26.2mi, in the allotted time, on a course and in a race that guarantees a clean ride.

Erin Beresini: Spot On! (Wrong Year.)

: I don’t think anything you wrote is patently wrong. Just, what you wrote is about last year's TBI Conference.

Time to Tri… And a Lot More

: It’s not just Time to Tri. It’s time to think big, not small. To step out, not to retreat.

Thoughts for the Future of Triathlon

: Innovation is the name of the game post-TBI Conference. How will our mindsets, our events, and our attitudes evolve?

Winners and Losers From the 2018 TBI Conference

: The 2018 TBI Conference has ended. Who won? Who lost? It's predicated on your answer to this: were you there?

Is Triathlon Up or Down for 2018?

: For those who think anything over 300 word is tl;dr: It'll be up in the aggregate, but the median race will be flat or down.

Marshal Your Indignation

: Let's disagree on much. But those who traverse the land under human powered locomotion should be of one mind on our public lands.

Dirk Bockel offers Triathlon Guides

: Bockel presents Art of Triathlon Training and offers companion guides from coach Michael Krüger and aerodynamic expert Mike Giraud.

Why We Bought Trisports.com

: Two weeks ago my wingman Monty and I bought Trisports.com. It is a temporary custodianship. Why did we do it?

Duffy, Mola heavy favorites for World titles

: Grand Finals are up for grabs, but Flora Duffy and Mario Mola have big leads in WTS World Championship.

Ironman 70.3 Worlds favorites

: Timothy Carlson rates the men’s and women's elite fields at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Chattanooga.

Splitting The Field In Chattanooga

: Before the race has even begun, the 2017 Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Chattanooga, TN is already a watershed moment in the history of Ironman racing. For the first time, men and women will ...

Gino Bartali and The Road To Valor

: Gino Bartali, two-time winner of the Tour de France, helped save the lives of Jewish refugees during WWII by ferrying documents hidden in his bicycle and by sheltering a Jewish family in an apartment ...

The Coach's Thoughts. Peak Performance Review Three.

: Brian Stover, founder of Accelerate3 Coaching, offers a coach's perspective on Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness's book, "Peak Performance." This is the third review in our series.

Changes at Life Time: Is USAT Out?

: Life Time Fitness was caught in the crossfire of declining participation and escalating fees. What got jettisoned? USA Triathlon's rules, at least.

The Professor's Take. Peak Performance Review Two.

: Gail Gottfried, PhD, Professor of Psychology at Pitzer College, reviews "Peak Performance" in the second of our crowdsourced reviews. Gottfried writes that the book is, "compelling and hard to put ...

Peak Performance Reviewed

: The first of three reviews of Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness's new book, "Peak Performance" crowdsourced from our user forum. Here Dan Kennison, founder of Premier Bike, brings his perspective as an ...

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