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  • A softer way to walk

    A softer way to walk
    Editor's Note: This corrects an earlier version. COSTA MESA — When patients are zipped into the air-tight Alter G Anti-Gravity Treadmill from the waist-down, it feels like walking on the moon, said Chad Jarrett, co-owner of Jarrett Orthopaedic...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Thaw-struck at Turkey Trot

    Nearly 900 participants stretched and stomped their feet as the temperature hovered around 40 degrees on Thanksgiving morning waiting to take off for Burbank's first Turkey Trot. Organized by the Burbank YMCA, the race — split into 5 and 10...
  • Grand Rapids Triathlon to Take Place Sunday

    Grand Rapids Triathlon to Take Place Sunday
    The Grand Rapids Triathlon will welcome athletes to West Michigan on Sunday. The event is a USAT sanctioned Sprint, Olympic and Half event that will take place in Ada. The swimming portion of the event takes place in the Thornapple River, and there will...
  • Lance Armstrong banned from Ironman events over new doping allegations

    Lance Armstrong banned from Ironman events over new doping allegations
    Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong will not be riding his bike for a while, at least not in any Ironman Triathlon competition. The United States Anti-Doping Agency has filed blood doping charges against Armstrong and five others; just a...
  • Celebrating Heroes Triathlon puts focus on athletes with physical disabilities

    Celebrating Heroes Triathlon puts focus on athletes with physical disabilities
    The moving truck pulls around the loop next to the boat ramp of Centennial Lake, backing up to the water while trying to avoid wheelchairs and bikes. Eight men clamber out of the vehicle and quickly begin to set up metal barriers, tents and ramps...
  • From Sun Magazine: Phelps family values

    From Sun Magazine: Phelps family values
    Hilary Phelps was approaching the finish line of her first Ironman triathlon. Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" was playing. She was wrung out from more than 14 hours of swimming, cycling and now running, certain that there wasn't a single drop of...
  • Verzbicas doesn't finish first elite triathlon

    Verzbicas doesn't finish first elite triathlon
    Lukas Verzbicas failed to finish his debut race as a senior elite triathlete and said he had competed with an unspecified broken bone. The reigning world junior champion dropped out in the run leg of Sunday's Pan American Championships in La Paz,...