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Triathlon Events

Calender of Triathlon Events

Nov 16, 2007 |

I’m looking for a Calender of triathlon events. It would be best if it was global, but had a way of filtering the events to more specific locations. If you know where we can find such a calendar or something that would serve the same purpose, please post about it in our Triathlon Forums.

Hawaii’s 2007 Ironman Utilizes Mobile Content

Oct 30, 2007 |

A recent post on Branding Unbound says that Hawaii’s 2007 Ironman will utilize mobile content and marketing. This will allow triathlon fans and other interested parties to keep up with event through their mobile phones. For example, cellphone users can get automatic text message updates when specified participants reach checkpoints on the race. It is […more]

Dambuster Triathlon Review

Jul 10, 2007 |

Dom Clacy recently reviewed the Dambuster Triathlon: It was the day I had been waiting for…further that, the day I had been training for. The winter base and months of following training would all amount to this race, the Dambuster. The Dambuster Triathlon, one of pacesetter events finest would be my first Olympic distance event. […more]

What To Think About When Racing

Apr 20, 2007 |

Richard Pettinger wrote an article explaining what to think about when racing: Any sporting achievement requires good preparation and the right kind of training but winning margins are often very small. The difference between winning and losing can often be the matter of a few seconds. To make sure we optimise our performance we need […more]

How To Absolutely Suck In Your Next Triathlon

Mar 20, 2007 |

I like the funny title of Ben Greenfield’s article, How To Absolutely Suck In Your Next Triathlon. Read the article below: For some of you, this article comes a bit too late. You’ve had a great season and it’s too late to mess up in any more races. For others, you’ve still got time to […more]

Surviving the Triathlon Start

Mar 5, 2007 |

Kevin Koskella writes about surviving the triathlon start: The start of a triathlon can be nerve-wracking, tiring, intimidating, frustrating, and even discouraging (why do we do this sport??). But don’t let all this get to you! The start for everyone is a crazy cluster of splashing, starts and stops, physical contact, and swimmers trying to […more]