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‘Makin' It Happen’ triathlon held in memory of passionate volunteer

SASKATOON – It’s been over five years since Marlene Antoniuk lost her battle with lymphoma cancer. Although she may be gone, she certainly hasn’t been forgotten. 391 more words


Wollongong Wizards set sights on Rio triathlon triumph

The Illawarra is home to the ‘Wollongong Wizards‘, a group of elite triathletes who have come together from across the globe to train and further their sporting career. 119 more words


Five Most Common Knee Injuries for Triathletes

Christian E. Markey III is an attorney based in Beverly Hills, California, where he focuses on family law at his private practice. When he is not working, Christian E. 216 more words

Christian Markey

Too often, triathletes get stuck in the freestyle “groove” by doing the same thing over and over in the pool

Diversify Your Swim Drills

By Sara McLarty (Triathlete Magazine)

These swim sets will take you out of your comfort zone to focus on technique and find new speed. 652 more words

Impact Wellness

Naked selfies, narcissism and athleticism

The convergence of smartphone technology with the rise of social media has at once reflected and directed the deep strains of self-indulgence present in society. The narcissism of selfies is often criticized, yet the tradition of posting depictions of ourselves (even naked) for others to admire is not without some history. 1,196 more words

The Rust2Iron Project

For the past two years I have been writing my story. It has allowed me to be open, raw and honest with myself and to reflect back upon some of the most challenging adventures I’ve ever been on – both in my triathlon and personal life.   217 more words


Give me some words I can dance to, or a melody that rhymes

I’ve always thought it something of a blessing to be moody. One spring day in the mid- 80s, as I headed out for a long run, I found myself quietly singing the words to The Pretender by Jackson Browne. 1,582 more words