On Dec. 1, USA Triathlon experienced server outages that affected the National Challenge Competition (NCC) website, along with several other USAT pages. Over the past...
This race experience started for me on a Saturday with the fixed morning practice swim on a sunny 70 degree November day one year ago.
I talked triathlon recently with TCSD member Alex Dreu. She has already accomplished a lot during her relatively short triathlon career and I know there...
Ever week I receive calls from injured bicyclists looking for an experienced injury lawyer…
For the past two years Cam Wurf has broken the Ironman World Championship bike course record and led off the bike. As a former Olympic rower and pro cyclist, Cam is simply one of the most unique talents – and personalities – to become part of our sport. Cam joined me to go through his race experience at the 2018 World Championship in Kona.
Open water is an entirely different world than the pool.
The day after the Ironman World Championship we interviewed the top 4 professional men and women finishers, filmed on location at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai. Interviews include: David McNamee, 3rd place; Sarah True, 4th place; Bart Aernouts, 2nd place; Daniela Ryf: Women’s Champion; Patrick Lange: Men’s Champion; Lucy Charles, 2nd place; Timothy O’Donnell, 4th place; and Anne Haug, 3rd place.
For the women’s race, there was big drama on race morning as word spread that the 3-time defending champion Chrissie Wellington had pulled out when she was too sick to start.
In the men’s and women’s pro races, we saw battles between multiple-win champions, and some second place finishes that left the fires burning for that top step.
After the drama of the Iron War race in 1989, in 1990, the drama came largely from the Big Island and the race day conditions. It was one of those brutal weather days, that took its toll.