Beginner Triathlete - Commentary articles

author : alicefoeller
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photoIf you can't win with power or stamina, win with smarts
author : infosteward
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photo"After accepting the job, I asked Bill to put on my desk the entire major concerns that needed to be addressed immediately upon my arrival. I wanted the toughest challenges he could give me."
author : Scott Tinley
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photoIf you ask beginning triathletes what they fear most, a standard response usually includes some reference to mass swim starts and bike crashes.
author : Coach AJ
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photoFour Kona athletes give us their race stories.
author : Scott Tinley
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photoThe sport of triathlon is rife with untold stories of chicanery and altruism, deviousness and grace.
author : USATriathlon
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photoRobert Vigorito, the Mid-Atlantic Council Chair, discusses USAT and some of it's initiatives in 2011
author : alicefoeller
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photoHuman decency shines through at races
author : Scott Tinley
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photoAs endurance athletes we purposely trick our psyches. Our minds hop-scotching our physical bodies. We play chicken with something very personal.
author : alicefoeller
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photoA look at Beginner Triathlete members racing in Kona from qualifying to training to family.
author : Ron
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photoJust because it makes you want to cheer, here are some more video clips.
author : alicefoeller
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photoHighlights of Beginner Triathlete Members at the Ironman World Championships
author : Scott Tinley
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photoExercising in inclement weather is a lot like getting a flu shot or going to your in-laws for the holidays—you know that it’s probably good for you but still isn’t something that thrills you to death.
author : Scott Tinley
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photoTraveling as an athlete is better than traveling as a tourist or on business or even just wandering around with a backpack and a holey sleeping bag. An athlete is given wide birth.
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photoThe goal of this column is to provide a unique, first-hand account of the long and challenging "process" of trying to make it as a professional triathlete, a process that often remains unseen.
author : Daniel Clout
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photoI was humbled last year. My body shut down on me just before two World Championship events. I was originally in top form to medal in both, but my strength was sapped from me.
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