Good news! I’m launching Coach Edu on-line sports shop – check it out here. My aim is to bring you a selection of quality sports apparel/products – including: running, cycling, triathlon, and gymnasium etc. – at affordable prices and in the comfort of your own home. I’ve researched and selected each one of my suppliers […]
Now I can re-affirm why I don’t play the lottery. Although I did see that the lead group on the bike during the women’s olympic triathlon in Rio would build a lead of over 2 minutes by T2 – I was not expecting uber runner Gwen Jorgensen to make the cut. She absolutely swam her […]
Weeks ago I looked at the layout of the triathlon circuit and saw that the winning tactic would be to split the field in the swim and forge that into a small break on the bike. It seems as if the Brownlee brothers read my notes. Lets take a closer look at the key elements […]
2017 was the inaugural Ironman 70.3 in Otepaa, a small town in Estonia that is better known for cross country skiing during winter.
For the first time Ironman 70.3 racing has come to this small town in Estonia that is better known for cross country skiing during winter.
Highlights of THIS episode of THE WEEK IN TRI include: WADA, Olympic Games and British Cycling show the double standards between star cyclists and triathletes. All this and more in this week’s episode as we take in the latest triathlon news from around the globe and preview the international races this coming weekend… Remember: Be sure […]
It was the best of times before it became one of the worst of times for World Champion Josiah Middaugh at XTERRA Dominican Republic. Out of the water and into T1 unusually with the lead pack and storming into the lead early on the bike… What could possibly go wrong for the champion? Well, this…
Watching the way Suzie Snyder crushed XTERRA Dominican Republic 2016 it is hard to believe that she was sidelined by a fractured pelvis just a year ago. Gun to tape dominance!
In each of the past three years at XTERRA Italy the race finished with rain and mud. This time Scanno cranked up the Maui weather with 35 Celcius temperatures. The racing was equally hot with the Scottish rocket back to her old form competing as if from another planet.
The men’s race at Ironman Ecuador stayed tight for the first part, with the decisive move only coming in the second half of the bike segment.