2016 Ironman Arizona Recap

The Team ended its US Ironman racing season this year with 45+ athletes making a strong showing at Ironman® Arizona. Both coaches, Rich Strauss and Patrick McCrann, were on hand to lead the team and clock many hours of meetings, as they planned how to make 2017 — our 10th year — even more special…

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SufferLevel™ for Arizona

2016 SufferLevel™ for Ironman® Arizona Released!

Ever want to know how hard your next race was going to be? While there isn’t “an app for that” we have the next best thing! Endurance Nation’s SufferLevel™ an pre-race review with recommendations on how to manage the conditions.   And it’s not just another “weather” website, it’s from Endurance Nation! We review the historical weather data…

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Endurance Nation takes on Ironman® Arizona 2014

Endurance Nation has had over 1000 long course triathlon finishers, per year, since 2010, and were the WTC Tri Club World Champions, Division I, in 2013. Read below to see the journey of the Endurance Nation athletes who conquered the winds of Arizona.   [View the story “Endurance Nation at IRONMAN® Arizona ” on Storify]

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IRONMAN® Arizona, the Complete Race Breakdown, by Endurance Nation

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA After preparing all year for this late-season event, athletes competing at IRONMAN® Arizona can help themselves have a great race-day experience with these helpful tips. Formerly an April event, IMAZ moved to November in 2008 because of the intense heat and challenges associated with racing at that time of year. The current…

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Arizona 2013 Race Report: Jason Brandt, 10:26, First Timer!

Race Day Stats Total Time 10:26:47  38th of 312 (M35-39)  247 of 2701 Swim 1:08:04 / 56 / 412 T1 4:17 Bike 5:17:30 / 48 / 335 T2 3:07 Run 3:53:49 / 39 / 247 Race Day Goals Become an Ironman,this was my first   (ACCOMPLISHED) Race less than 12 Hours (ACCOMPLISHED) A great race would be 11:09 or…

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