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2016 Rev3Quassy Race Recap

With early June upon us, it was time for another annual pilgrimage to Middlebury CT for Rev3Quassy. Part of the local triathlon scene since 2009, Quassy has been putting the hurt on triathletes for years. And 2016 was no exception! Despite the photo, more than 30 Team Endurance Nation athletes were on hand to experience…

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Top Five Inspirational Triathlon Videos [For Emergency Use Only]

We all hit a point in our season where the work we’re doing seems like, well, WORK. It’s a grind. Getting better isn’t easy. Getting incrementally better can almost feel moving in slow motion. Improvement isn’t linear. Consistency rules. Racing helps, but regardless y0u still need to train. To help you keep things going, here’s…

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Meet the Team: Challenge Quassy 2015

Meet team members competing in Challenge Quassy 2015! Kim DuBord (F 40-44) Racing Quassy for the 6th year in a row. (5th doing the Oly) I hate hills so don’t ask me why I’m doing it….. 🙂 Would love another PR here but they are getting harder to come by. Looking forward to racing with…

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#ENTriChat "Short Course Triathlon- Go Fast! Have Fun!"

  Every 1st and 3rd Monday, Endurance Nation hosts an hour long Twitter chat with a different topic and sponsor every chat. Our most recent chat was with NUUN. Nuun, was the first company to separate electrolyte replacement from carbohydrates. Before Nuun, if you wanted electrolytes, the result was a bottle full of sugar. With…

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Beginner Triathlon: Avoid These Five Mistakes

Triathlon’s popularity has exploded in recent years. From single-sport athletes looking for a new challenge, to non-athletes interesting in using the sport as a vehicle for lifestyle change, every race sees first timers standing at the starting line next to veterans with years of tri-experience.

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