Monthly Archives: August 2011
I’ve got some exciting news to share! I’ll be making my debut on IronmanLIVE this Sunday, August 28. I must warn you, live race day coverage of the 2011 Ford Ironman Louisville, hosted by Ironman World Champions Greg Welch and Michellie Jones, begins at 6:30 a.m. ET/ 3:00 a.m. PST. I don’t expect you to … Continue reading
The third annual Tri-Fusion Hot Summer Nights 5k Series wraps up on Wednesday, August 24th in North Spokane, Washington. The race takes place on three consecutive Wednesday nights in the month of August just off of Farwell Road near Wandermere Mall and Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar. This year more than 220 people showed up … Continue reading
Episode #14: Inside the Multisport World of Triathlon, hosted by Dave Erickson 1) The Dirty Dash Spokane 10K 2) Rory Buck and Professional Triathletes weigh in on Caffeine 3) Second annual Priest Lake Triathlon Preview ~ PLUS one more week to go in the GU Prize Pack Giveaway! Visit SwimBikeRunVideos.com for Race Videos, Athlete Interviews … Continue reading
Saturday will be the second annual Priest Lake Triathlon in beautiful North Idaho. Athletes have two options for racing, an Olympic road course or a Sprint Mountain Bike Course. The Olympic distance starts at 8:00 a.m. and consists of a 1500 meter swim in crystal clear Priest Lake, a 40K road bike followed by a … Continue reading
The third annual Hot Summer Nights 5k Series is underway. The event takes place on three consecutive Wednesday nights in the month of August. The first race was last Wednesday August 10th the next one is tonight. All races will start at 6:00pm and race number pickup begins at 5:15pm. The cost: Only $5.00 … Continue reading
Show Topics: 1) CDA Olympic Triathlon 2) Balance Keys in the Water with Rory Buck 3) Good Running Pain vs. Bad with Nate Kinghorn ~ PLUS a GU Prize Pack Giveaway! Visit SwimBikeRunVideos.com for Race Videos, Athlete Interviews and Multisport training tips.
The pre-race bike course recon paid off big! After coming out of the water in under 29 minutes (pretty much what I expected) I set out to ride the 24.8 mile course in 1:10 or less. Ambitious, I know but my bike has really improved this season and I felt confident. I like to start out at a reasonable pace until my heart rate levels off then I begin to hammer the downhills and ride steady up the hills. Once I made the turn at Higgins Point I started mentally preparing for the monster, Yellowstone Trail. Continue reading
2011 Tri-Fusion Hot Summer Nights 5K Series #1. www.tri-fusion.com/hsn for more information.
Show Topics: 1) Hot Summer Nights 5K Series 2) Rotating Your Running Shoes 3) Calorie and Fluid Needs on the Bike. Visit SwimBikeRunVideos.com for Race Videos, Athlete Interviews and Multisport training tips.
Ironman 70.3 Boulder was my fourth half iron distance triathlon this year and 12th all time. Colorado was a great place to cap off my long course season. I arrived a full week earlier to acclimate to the elevation and settle in so I wouldn’t be rushed. I also arrived early to do some … Continue reading
Trifocus TV: Inside the Multisport World of Triathlon, hosted by Dave Erickson Episode #11 was taped from Boulder, Colorado Show Topics: 1) Vineman 2) Weight Training for Swimmers 3) Improper Bike Fit Injuries and Warning Signs. Visit SwimBikeRunVideos.com for Race Videos, Athlete Interviews and Multisport training tips. Share: Facebook Twitter
From Lava Magazine: Our roving reporter previews the course for this Sunday’s 70.3 in Boulder. Catch up on some little-known facts about the course, and get up to speed with weather and water temperature forecasts. CLICK ON THE PICTURE OR THIS LINK TO WATCH VIDEO