Archive for February, 2010
Marino Vanhoenacker and Belinda Granger dominated on the bike and hung on through the run in the sweltering conditions here in Malaysia today, adding another Ironman win to their already impressive resumes.
Trizone Speaks with Pete Jacobs after his 2nd Placing at the 2010 Australian Long Course Triathlon Championship
With an 8th place at the 2009 Ford Hawaiian Ironman Championship under his belt Pete Jacobs is heading towards something great over the next few years. But the 2010 Australian Long Course Triathlon Championship was all about retaining his crown from 2009 and staying ahead of Alexander.
Huskisson laid on a hot and still day, resulting in some very fast times, but also some overheated athletes. Despite being altered from last year, after some initial clarification, the women were all able to navigate the new swim course without issue, before embarking on a bike course unhindered by wind, and a flat run where temperatures quickly hit [...]
Near perfect conditions greeted the athletes at the 2010 Huskisson Long Course Triathlon, the swim course was changed from last year, but with a flat surface and no discernable currents or tides athletes were able to put in some seriously fast times. The first wave of the day into the water behind the Pros was [...]
The Window disc has been developed to give you all the aerodynamic benefits of a full disc wheel but with the ability to win time in all conditions whether cross wind, no wind, flat or hilly.
Huskisson and Elite Energy turned on an almost perfect weekend for the 2010 Jervis Bay Multi Sport Festival. The main race of the weekend was the Australian Long Course Triathlon Championships. 700 triathletes completed this great triathlon, enduring a soaring temperature that kicked in during the 20km run leg.
Carrie Lister made up a swim deficit of over two and a half minutes to win the 2010 Huskisson Long Course Australian Championship in the weekend. The cycle and run legs proving to be the major difference.
Race entries close Thursday 18th Feb 2010 for the Triathlon Queensland State Sprint Championships. There are over 300 competitors so far so it will be a great event. For those already entered see the competitors information and race briefing information.
Sean Fyfe highlights the importance of bike set-up in avoiding cycling injuries. “In 2003 I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to venture into the Pyrenees mountain range in the south of France to witness the penultimate mountain stage of the Tour de France. It was one of the greatest stages in recent years, [...]
On a historical day for ITU, and the sport of triathlon, the International Olympic Committee today elected ITU President Marisol Casado as one of six new IOC Members at the 122nd IOC Session, ahead of the Winter Olympic Games. Casado’s election to the IOC as a full member is an honour for the entire triathlon family, further reinforcing ITU’s commitment to the global development of the sport.