• Dave McGillivray1

    The 2014 IRONMAN triathlon World Championship Saturday, October 11th, 2014 “A Personal Recap” by Dave McGillivray                                                                              …

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    By Sarah Wassner Flynn, active.com Six-time Ironman champion, Dave Scott, has had years to perfect his race-day strategy. He knows what to eat—and how much; how to warm up—both physically and mentally; and what little things can make a big difference in transition and during the race. Before you head to your first triathlon, take…

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  • Richie Cunningham

    Meet Timex Multisport Team Athlete of the week, Richie Cunningham!

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    Scheduled for fall release at $399. By Lisa Jhung Published August 7, 2014 Originally Found on RunnersWorld.com On Wednesday, Timex unveiled its new Ironman ONE GPS+ wrist top computer, a smartwatch with 3G connectivity. The watch will hit the market this fall and retail for $399. The ONE GPS+ allows runners to track their mileage…

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11-tips-triathlon

By Sarah Wassner Flynn, active.com Six-time Ironman champion, Dave Scott, has had years to perfect his race-day strategy. He knows what to eat—and how much; how to warm up—both physically and mentally; and what little things can make a big difference in transition and during the race. Before you head to your first triathlon, take…

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T1 Wetsuit

By Sarah Wassner Flynn, active.com Fact: You can shave plenty of precious seconds (even minutes) off your overall time just by tweaking your transitions. And while you may not be ready for a flying mount and dismount just yet, taking time to think through your transitions can result in faster finishes. Here are five simple…

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Dave McGillivray1

The 2014 IRONMAN triathlon World Championship Saturday, October 11th, 2014 “A Personal Recap” by Dave McGillivray                                                                              …

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triathlete-looking-at-water-start

By Sarah Wassner Flynn, active.com Once you set the bar in your first triathlon, the promise of beating that time—or setting a personal record—serves as a motivator for all subsequent races. The good news is that there are easy ways to shave time off your race. Here, seasoned triathletes share their get-quicker tips for both…

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