Beginner Triathlete - From the Pro's articles

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photoBeing a pro triathlete is even more boring than you might have thought
author : alicefoeller
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photoBT talks one-on-one with HITS race director, Mark Wilson
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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.
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photoThe backstory of becoming a pro, joining a team and working with sponsors
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photoGoing for broke in a race, as a pro or an amateur, can mean failure or exhilaration -- or both.
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photoOne of the important lessons I learned in my second year in the sport is that triathlon takes time to figure out.
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photoFor a pro, racing when you aren't 100% is counterproductive.
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photoKyle looks back, halfway through his second pro season.
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photoI resolve to keep track of what I do. I resolve to get my act together as a swimmer. I resolve to enjoy the ride.
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photoClearing my head after failing to finish
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photoInterviews from the January 22, 2011 EnduranceLive Consumer Show and Gala by Competitor.com
author : NDeBoom
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photoOur members chat with Nicole DeBoom on Ironman nutrition strategy, Ironman training philosophy, off-season focus, her 'secret' IM food, favorite races, and her new clothing line and race series.
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photoA disappointing start to the season need not set the tone.
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photoInterviews from the January 22, 2011 EnduranceLive Consumer Show and Gala by Competitor.com
author : hillarybiscay
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photoOur members chat with Hillary Biscay on Ironman racing and training, fluid and nutrition setup, Ironman post race rest, massages, mental training, becoming faster on the bike and swimming.
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