Events

Creating a Race Weekend Experience for Team Endurance Nation

This weekend endurance nation will have almost 100 members and training plan athletes starting Ironman® Lake Placid. This is—by far—the biggest race weekend we have ever had. It is the culmination of almost five years of work. And it promises to be one hell of a party. Here’s how we did it. The OutSeason While most…

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Four Keys of Race Execution Talk at Lake Placid

“Your fitness is merely a vehicle you drive 140 miles on race day. Do you know how to drive it?” Endurance Nation, the world’s largest online triathlon Team and creators of Team Coaching, will be holding its 10th Annual Four Keys Pre-Race Talk at Lake Placid ™ on Friday July 26th at 10am at the…

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2012 Lake Placid Race & Weekend Recap

This is what 50 athletes looks like!!! View More Photos Here The 2012 edition of Lake Placid marked a decade for me in coming to either race or spectate this amazing event. The weekend was made even more special by the presence of over fifty (50) Endurance Nation members, friends and family who contributed to…

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2012 Lake Placid Race & Weekend Recap

This is what 50 athletes looks like!!! View More Photos Here The 2012 edition of Lake Placid marked a decade for me in coming to either race or spectate this amazing event. The weekend was made even more special by the presence of over fifty (50) Endurance Nation members, friends and family who contributed to…

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Coach Patrick Breaks 1:20 for a Half Marathon

A New Personal Best! Coach P's Video Race Recap (Click to Watch)   You can view the file with my GPS data from my race today (see below). What the data doesn’t show is that it was a windy day, but not as windy as expected (steady 8mph vs 18!). I was a little nervous…

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Lake Placid: Bike & Run Course Review

As an example, here are the links to Coach Patrick’s review of the Ironman Lake Placid Bike and Run courses from our 2011 Triathlon Rally. This talk is divided into five separate sections, so fire up your Internet connection, grab a nice beverage, and get ready to get your learning on.

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Florida 2010: Endurance Nation ReCap

The following is a quick recap from IM Florida 2010 by Coach Patrick. This will become a full report later this week, as we add podcast interviews and more photos. For now you can see our pictures online via SmugMug and learn more about the weekend by cruising the official EN vs Ironman Florida site. If you like the vibe and want to explore Team EN, please become an ENFan, get a FREE Four Keys DVD and a link to create a free Five Day Trial and save $30/month on EN membership!!

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Meet the Team: EN vs Florida 2010

This year we have a handful of Team EN athletes competing at Ironman Florida. They are an awesome bunch, some new and some veterans, all coming to put their mental and physical mettle to the test in the classic one-day event. The 2010 edition sees the bike course changed due to some new roads, but guaranteed there will be suffering and spectacle on the big day. Learn more about the Team and the unique individuals who make up our IMFL crew below. You can also track them online on race day using our Team Tracking Sheet (coming soon to the EN homepage).

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Your First Kona

Every October, the world’s fittest triathletes will gather for the annual ritual that is the Ironman World Championships. The week is a virtual who’s who of the endurance world, with the roster of participants and spectators including all manner of superstars. But all the marketing money and hype aside, there’s something else that makes the event unique — it’s the fact that on Saturday, one day, everyone from PROs to lottery winners line up to test themselves against the elements and the world’s best.

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Louisville 2010: Quick Recap

Ironman Louisville 2010 was going to be hot. We all knew it heading into the morning, and my first step outside my condo confirmed it — Sunday was going to be a true test of execution, nutrition, and mental skills. By mid-morning the sun was in full effect and it was bearing down on the racers. Combined with the humidity, it was an evil 1-2 punch that didn’t go away until some clouds rolled in around 6pm. Riding had a slight cooling effect; but it wasn’t helpful as most folks didn’t realize just how hot it had become started running!

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