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Abu Dhabi Triathlon Men’s Preview – Triathlon’s Hottest Field outside of Kona

Abu Dhabi International Triathlon has the hottest field outside of the Hawaii Ironman World Championship (or maybe even equal to in the men’s side). This is a who’s who of the top long course athletes in the world. In its second running those who stayed away last year have obviously thought that it is not a one hit wonder and the lure of the prize purse is just too much for most. Trizone spoke to Josh Rix, Tim Berkel, Matty White, Paul Ambrose, Joe Gambles and Kiwi Graham O’Grady in the lead up to this exciting new and very rich international triathlon.

Craig Alexander launches Triathlon Training camp in Wollongong

Three-time triathlon world champion Craig Alexander is launching a 2011 new year’s training camp, featuring sports science testing, along with theoretical and practical skill development.

The three-day camp will be based at the University of Wollongong, an hour south of Sydney Airport, from January 14 to 16. The camp is open to ages 21 and over with a race completion in the last 12 months

Craig Alexander and Mirinda Carfrae win Subaru Ironman 70.3 Muskoka Triathlon

Crowie has continued his dominance of the Subaru Ironman 70.3 Muskoka Canada, coming off the bike 2:30 behind Paul Matthews before putting in his usual blistering run leg of 1:12:05, over what is considered a tough course to take his third successive title. Alexander has used this race as a final tune-up for Kona for the last three years and while this win was slower than his record his third straight win here in Muskoka shows that once again he will be the man to beat in Kona.

Craig Alexander’s Stolen Bike Details – From Craig…

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