When Too Much is Too Much: Dreaming Your Way Back to Reality

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photoDo I swim an extra 1000 yards or show up on time to my son’s soccer game? Those small decisions become larger components in this emo/physio battle of decision and will. "Should I go pro?"

On Fear - 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.

Our Time: In Defense of MAMILs (sort of)

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photoThere is a serious, devoted athlete, committed to the task of triathlon. He is happy because his heart rate is low, his blood lactate is low and his chances in this year’s Kona lottery is high.

Searching for Stardom

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photoWhen people say that sport is “just a game” don’t believe them. Love is not just hanging out with someone that you like and raising a family isn’t just putting food on the table. Sport is more too.

Untold as Yet: Part 2, On Tennis and Hanging Johnnys and Mexicans in Saabs

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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.

Scott Tinley - Untold as Yet: Part Uno

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photoThe sport of triathlon is rife with untold stories of chicanery and altruism, deviousness and grace.

36 Years in Triathlon

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photoIt started like this: In the third week of August 1976, three things happened that altered my life forever. And they all took place within a mile of where we sit tonight.

Scott Tinley: Children in the Street

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photoOf the many ironies inherent to youth participation in multisport, the fact that it’s tougher for them than it is for adults might be the most suggestive.

Weather to Tri

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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.

Tri-Technophobia

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photoTriathletes have embraced any new device in the belief it will increase their speed and performance. Ten millimeter thick wetsuits and ten pound bikes sell for more than most paid for their first car.

I Brake for Speed: A Primer on Reflection

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photoAnd you thought triathlon was just a sport that requires swimming, cycling, and running.

Searching for Scott Molina: A Primer on the Paradox of Triathlon Style

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photoTriathlon style is no longer defined in the Nuevo replication of wool cycling jerseys and neon footwear. The style of swim/bike/run is a look and feel and way of being in the multisport world.

Something in the Air

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photoA hundred years before the first Hawaiian Ironman in 1978, the geographical frontiers had been discovered. So we turn to triathlon to fulfill our genetic drive to test and conquer.

On the People Behind the Athlete

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photoWe often forget the Other, that person or persons living behind the doors of our individual hubris, that secreted cheerleader who polishes our medals but never wins one of their own.

Who We Are

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photoMultisport athletes don’t have to look like cover models from some cheesy sex-and-abs magazine. You just have to be comfortable in your own skin however logo-d or clear.
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