Leanda Cave, four-time Triathlon World Champion: 2002 ITU Olympic Distance World Champion, 2007 ITU Long Course World Champion, and 2012 IRONMAN 70.3 and IRONMAN World Champion, Read More »
The Triathlon Show: London – Driven by SEAT (previously the Triathlon Plus Show), returns to ExCeL, London from 12 – 15 February. The event provides the Read More »
The festive season is fast approaching and the team at Muc-Off has been busy choosing the best gifts to help you rack up more miles on an efficient, Read More »
Triathlon enthusiasts can look forward to a weekend celebrating all things swim, bike and run as tickets for the 220 Triathlon Show, the UK’s premier multisport Read More »
Directors Adam and Nathan Freise, who were also contributing to Hollywood blockbusters such as World War Z and Gravity, create a short film that plays on the Read More »
Leanda Cave, four-time Triathlon World Champion: 2002 ITU Olympic Distance World Champion, 2007 ITU Long Course World Champion, and 2012 IRONMAN 70.3 and IRONMAN World Champion, is the second professional triathlete signed to the Ventum roster.
Ventum aims to develop the world’s fastest triathlon bicycles; and as such it requires world-class triathletes to demonstrate the power and speed of its faster and more aerodynamic bikes. As a Ventum athlete, Cave will compete on the Ventum One bicycle.
Depressing day for Brits but Swallow soars
It promised to be one of the biggest triathlon events ever, and the race actions didn’t dissapoint, but this race will always be remembered for its controversial finish in which the front athletes in the men’s race took a detour with race-altering results.
It was a depressing day for the British athletes, who were racing in Dubai, with results further down the roster than expected but Jodie Swallow managed to put a smile on the faces of those following with domestic interests at heart with a 4th place position.
Here’s how it went down in Dubai.
SenseCore, the technology leader in wearable solutions for sports, is proud to launch its multi-sports athletic racing team, initially comprising of seven talented elite and amateur athletes.
The SenseCore Racing Team, which has been assembled to cover all triathlon distances from short course racing to iron distance racing as well as extreme sports such as mountain biking, will use SenseCore’s unique wearable technology in very extreme environments, demonstrating to a wider audience the benefits of using the technology to sportsmen/women.
Do you use carbohydrate drinks, gels or bars during training and competition? If so, how do you know which type of carbohydrate formulation is most effective at boosting performance? In the attached article, Andrew Hamilton, a scientific consultant to the fitness and sports nutrition industries, provides the answers and shows why not all carbohydrate supplements are created equal!
Emma Pooley took on the challenging hills of Bataan and endured the scorching heat to win the second edition of the Yellow Cab Challenge Philippine Subic-Bataan on Sunday 21 February.
Passuallo, a former professional cyclist turned world class triathlete bagged his first Yellow Cab Challenge Philippines title in the professional field after clocking 4:04:22, while his female counterpart, Pooley, also a former professional cyclist and Olympic Silver Medalist dominated the women’s field with a recorded time of 4:41:51.
Dylan McNeice of Christchurch and Whanganui resident Gina Crawford today extended their phenomenal record at Challenge Wanaka by scoring their third and sixth victories respectively at what is regarded as the world’s most scenic long distance triathlon.
Stuart Marais and Flora Duffy took home the titles at the 12th annual TOTALSPORTS XTERRA South Africa Championship in front of a packed house at the magnificent Grabouw Country Club on Sunday.
Both Marais and Duffy grinded out convincing wins to claim the lions’ share of the new and improved R249,000 prize purse but the day’s story lines ran much deeper.