How Rach McBride Used Offroad Riding To Win Last Weekend’s Boulder 70.3 – Triathlete

No triathlon interview is ever complete without the obligatory, “What’s next?” But rarely is the answer, “I’ve got the Leadville 100 this weekend!” It does help explain how Rach McBride smashed the field last weekend at the decidedly on-road 70.3 Boulder last weekend. Being deep in training for the 28th edition of the legendary 100-mile … Read more

Science Shows You Can Go Farther and Faster with Music – Triathlete

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> For access to all of our training, gear, and race coverage, plus exclusive training plans, FinisherPix photos, event discounts, and GPS apps, >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”,”type”:”link “}}”>sign up for Outside+. You’re midway through a hard interval run when your favorite song comes on. All of a sudden, … Read more

How to Pull off a Mid-Season, Single-Sport Focused Training Block – Triathlete

As the old saying goes, there’s more than one way to skin a cat – and there’s more than one way to get better at tri. In fact, that’s what makes multisport so compelling. Take the single-sport training focus: Here we are in the middle of the season—do you take some time to shore up … Read more

IRONMAN Ireland, Cork 2022: Date, start time and how to follow live – Elite News

The “Emerald Isle” will be packed with triathletes this weekend as athletes compete in Cork for slots at the 2022 VinFast IRONMAN World Championships. The seaside town will host big age group fields and a professional women’s field in its second year of running following on from its inception in 2019. Start time and how … Read more

Too soon to think about Paris for Ellis and Pollard – Paratriathlon News

Within six days last week, Dave Ellis and guide, Luke Pollardwon dominant gold medals in the PVTI (visually impaired race) at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games and then won again at the Volvo 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Swansea. After the heartbreak of a snapped chain when they were favorites to win gold in Tokyo, Ellis … Read more

The best sports psychology books for the mindful athlete

Sport psychology is a well-established field, full of insightful research and expertise into the sportsperson’s mind. This growing knowledge can be useful when applied, helping athletes to train harder and more effectively, and in a way that’s not detrimental to mental health. A key concept is the idea that the mental is just as important … Read more

On the rise: Dan Dixon’s 2022 ‘half term progress report’ – Elite News

2022 has been quite a year for TRI247 columnist, Dan Dixon. In his debut season in the Elite Senior ranks, he has secured Continental Cup podiums in the US and Europe, raced the Arena Games in Singapore and collected a European Championship U23 medal. That progress was rewarded with a call-up for the Team England … Read more

Eight Excursions from our Road Trip in Europe

We drove from Madrid to Budapest and back Roadtripping across Europe was a bucket list goal of mine for many years. This summer we had the opportunity to visit ten countries: Spain, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Italy, and Monaco. Total days on the road = 39 Kilometers driven = 7619.9 (4,734 miles) … Read more