• Donald Trump to race Kona

    Submitted by 303Triathlon on April 1st, 2019

    From 220TriathlonBy Jack Sexty The eyes of the world fell on the sport of triathlon this morning, as it emerged that President Donald Trump is to compete at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii this October. The President’s campaign to ‘Make Kona Great Again’ has been met with derision from the political sphere, withRead More

    • Zen and the Art of Winning Leadville

      Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 29th, 2019

      From Elevation Outdoors By Katie Arnold Two years after breaking her leg and a doctor telling her she had to quit running, this Zen athlete took first place in one of the hardest endurance races on the planet. All it took was a little bit of Whitesnake and an understanding that winning is nothing moreRead More

      • Women’s Wednesday: My Daughter has Angelman Syndrome. She’s The Reason Why I Race

        Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 27th, 2019

        From USA TriathlonBy Deanna McCurdy I signed up for my first triathlon nine years ago. My 16-month-old daughter, Hayden, had just been diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome (AS), a rare genetic disorder that affects one in every 15,000 births. As Hayden pushed herself every day to learn how to stand, to walk, to communicate using assistiveRead More

        • How to Overcome Swim Fatigue as a Newbie Swimmer

          Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 26th, 2019

          From USA Triathlon By Dave Burgess As I’ve discussed before, the swimming discipline is one of the most mechanically dependent for any triathlete. This isn’t to say that running and cycling don’t have their own mechanics and gains from improved bio-mechanical efficiency, of course. But for the beginner triathlete — who might be new toRead More

          • 5 Tips for Keeping Your Sanity While Training for Ironman

            Submitted by 303Triathlon on March 19th, 2019

            From Triathlete.comBy Steven Moody Training for the 140.6-mile adventure is daunting, and you may be wondering where you’ll find the time to master three sports while balancing life. So you signed up for your first full Ironman, and are now feeling quite daunted by the potential volume of training/commitment involved. It’s true that training forRead More