• Taylor Knibb Secures Spot in Tokyo for Team USA Triathlon

    Submitted by Bill Plock on May 17th, 2021

    Taylor Knibb, a 23-year-old Cornell University graduate from Washington, D.C., today qualified for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Triathlon Team with a gold-medal performance at the World Triathlon Championship Series in Yokohama, Japan. Knibb becomes the youngest woman in history to make the U.S. Olympic Triathlon Team. Read more

    • BASE Now Cycling Apparel for 2020 U.S. Olympic Triathlon Teams and USA Triathlon

      Submitted by Bill Plock on May 12th, 2021

      BASE Performance, LLC, industry-leading provider of endurance sports products announced today that it will serve as the exclusive custom cycling kit provider for athletes on the 2020 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Triathlon Teams, and the Official Custom Cycling Apparel of USA Triathlon through March 2024. Read more

      • Coach Bobby McGee and Coaching

        Submitted by Bill Plock on May 10th, 2021

        It’s fun to listen to the three of them discuss coaching philosophy and how their relationship has worked for Sue. She shares her evolvement as an athlete and how Bobby has made a huge difference for her, especially mentally.  Read more

        • JB Tobin’s Breakaway Athletic Events Company Thriving in Ft. Collins

          Submitted by Bill Plock on May 5th, 2021

          JB Tobin started Breakaway Athletic Events in 2018 and has built a nice group of multisport and running events in Northern Colorado. Last year with very few triathlons, Larimer county granted JB permission to hold his events that culminated with Last Call Triathlon at Boyd Lake in late September. Read more

          • Sam Long, “Absolutely a Break Through Race.”

            Submitted by Bill Plock on May 2nd, 2021

            St. George Utah, May 1st 2021–For the last couple of years they have exchanged blows on social media and swapped Strava KOM’s on Mt. Lemmon, but yesterday they battled in person to very end. Sam Long and Lionel Sanders ran shoulder to shoulder for last three miles of IRONMAN 70.3 St. George, the North American 70.3 Championship. If it had been a 70.1, Sam may have won, but with an obvious final grimace, Sanders had one last kick and pulled away in the final turns and edged Long by five seconds.  Read more