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Late Season Qualifying: The Race Report

  Quick Summary: 25th Ironman, 9th Kona Qualifying spot 9:39:57 (fifth-time going sub 9:40!) 3rd place in M40-44 8th Overall 2nd American Swim PR The Preparation My 2017 race schedule had already included, Ironman Mont Tremblant and Ironman World Championships, just four weeks prior to Ironman Los Cabos. With little time between the two races,…

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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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2016 Ironman Hawaii Race Report: Coach Rich Strauss

The 2016 Ironman World Championships was my 2nd Kona, with my first time in 2003. But before I begin, I need to share with you my thoughts about and goals for the race: From my race plan posted internally to our Team: I’m fully at peace with the fitness and body composition that I have…

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An Ironman’s® Journey to become an UltraRunner

   Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim (aka: R2R2R) ** Editors Note** While this is a lengthy Race Report – It is completely worth the read! Step inside the mind and journey of Endurance Nation athlete, John Withrow as he tackles yet another amazing adventure.    Like a lot of things in my life, my”40 for 40″ started as a…

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Endurance Nation Ironman® Wisconsin 2015 Race Recap

Ironman Wisconsin Team   Endurance Nation and I have a long and illustrious history at Ironman® Wisconsin — I raced the inaugural year of the event in 2002, finishing in 10:05 and earning my first Kona slot. I’ve since raced it in 2004 and 20011, and have conducted training camps on the course and Four Keys…

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2015 Chattanooga Camp Day One & Two Recap

Arrival Day On Thursday afternoon 24 Chattanooga campers arrived at the hotel to start a weekend of course training. Some camp members have raced together before so there were familiar faces, others have virtually trained together and were meeting each other for the first time. All in all it was smiles, laughs and of course…

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