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The Crash

Anyone who has ever really looked at a triathlon bike has – either consciously or subconsciously – thought: “Dang! That thing looks like a death trap.”  The bike, in an effort to be as aerodynamic as possible, shifts the rider’s center of gravity over the handlebars while simultaneously requiring the rider to balance on the teeniest, tiniest wheels possible (wheels that can be popped simply by hitting a crack in the pavement at the wrong angle).  267 more words

Jax Tri 2: Race Report

At the beginning of the year my wife decided she wanted to try her hand at camping on Amelia Island (only an hour or so north of  Jacksonville and close to the Florida/Georgia border).   2,118 more words



Just as soon as Kate turned 9 years old, and at about the time she learned to freestyle and to ride a bike on two wheels, she had asked to take up triathlon.   295 more words


Swim Set from Triability Coaching

A swim~
1 x 100 Choice (W/u)
1 x 200 Pull                                         w/+30
1 x 300 Kick                                       w/+35
10 x 25 (1 Drill/1 build/1 FAST!)       w/+10… 136 more words


Introducing FOHER...

The FOHER gals are ready to sell our run of first tri suits! We received them this week from our amazing Aussie supplier and were always committed to thanking the Cairns community for their amazing support while we developed and tested our suits! 26 more words

Triathletes Kit

First Triathlon: Check!

Hey everybody!

Yesterday, I achieved a huge personal fitness goal: my first triathlon! And what a wonderful experience it was!

It was the Tri For a Cure in South Portland, Maine, starting at 7:30 a.m. 741 more words

My First Standard - Newcastle Triathlon 2014

This event was due to be held on the Quayside at Newcastle with a river swim under the iconic bridges and closed city centre roads for the bike and run legs, unfortunately due to some last minute issues the permission for the river swim was removed and the organisers scrambled round to sort out an alternative venue, Woodhorn Colliery might not be the same as the Quayside but it’s a venue with a good history of hosting triathlons and considering their annual event had been removed from the calendar to make way for the Newcastle one the fact that they were able to provide such a fantastic venue at short notice was amazing. 2,146 more words