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Triathlon

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Top Triathlon Articles

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  • Welcome to In Training

    Welcome to Heather Ford "In-Training": As a San Diegan dedicated to the sport of triathlon, I've decided to write about what I do to train for the races that we all love to do. I'm an ordinary girl, with a crazy work schedule, whose decided to take on...
  • I do it for the T-shirt

    For the rest of the non-triathlon world it is unexplainable as to why someone would swim, bike, and run hundreds of miles for "fun". And sometimes its even harder for us moving, and lively triathlete types to describe exactly *why we do what we do....
  • From the Friday files: Double standards, weird PR and gator bites

    In today's edition of the Friday files, we're looking at everything from double standards to strange public-relations strategies — with a couple of gator bites thrown in for good measure. •Chomp, die. Did you see where trappers tracked down...
  • Gear: Better bike accessories

    Gear: Better bike accessories
    Always a tinkerer's delight, the bicycle offers inventors an endless challenge to improve the ride. The four new accessories below make on- and off-road touring a breeze, indoor training more realistic, fast rides more comfy and data-rich biofeedback...
  • That little something extra for the triathlete

    That little something extra for the triathlete
    Tackling three sports at once has a strange effect on triathletes: It makes them famously open-minded. Always in learning mode, tri guys and gals flock to clinics to improve their swim-bike-run, pay online coaches big bucks for training advice and love to...
  • More than a little Inspiration

    Sunday morning came earlier than expected. As I woke up for the CAF San Diego Triathlon Challenge, I was moving a little sluggish.... I got up at 5:30am to go down to the course and meet my relay teammates, but was a little pokey as a moved around the...
  • The endorphin junkie

    I finally feel like I'm ready! A weekend of what I like to call " addiction" has settled in and now I'm ready to train even more and even harder. I'm currently preparing for the Ironman, an opportunity that many people will never take in their lifetime....
  • Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle

    Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle
    Harry Nickell was riding his bicycle Sunday morning on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 27 near the Lakeridge Winery when a car traveling in the same direction wandered off the road and slammed into him from behind. In a blink, Lake County's unofficial...
  • My first Ironman

    The training has all paid off. I went, and I conquered! It was a beautiful weekend in Cozumel for the 2nd annual Ironman Triathlon, and every second of the race will remain a memory that I will keep with me for the rest of my life. Let's start with the...
  • The running connection

    I'm not sure if it's the endorphins acting up, or a bond that you create with someone when you break a sweat, but there is definitely something about going on a "run" that will bring people together: as friends, as partners, as a couple, etc., etc. I've...
  • Road Blocks

    It's a friday afternoon, my husband Chase and I are headed out to La Jolla Cove to start our weekend of training off right! We have a 1-2 mile swim, and then we're off to the grocery store to buy some pasta for our pre-workout dinner. The plan for the...