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2016 Tour of California Camp Stages Four – Eight

Stage Four – Morro Bay to Monterey County  The Pacific Coast Highway from Morro Bay is nothing short of picture perfect. We headed north along California’s most famous coastline, passing windswept beaches and a dynamic estuary. For this entire stretch there were no turns as we headed over Big Sur’s famous Bixby Bridge and through Carmel-By-The-Sea en route to…

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2016 Tour of California Camp Days One – Three

Words can not describe the atmosphere that surrounds the Tour of California Camp, but imagine this: Riding 4-5 hours a day 3 hours ahead of the Pro Peloton of the famous Amgen Tour of California Watching the crowds gather and cheering you on Seeing behind the scenes of the crews getting ready for the Pros…

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Who Is Racing What?

  One of the best things about Endurance Nation is being able to virtually train with hundreds of people all over the world. Then on race day, racing with all your teammates! Here are some of the races you will see EN staff racing at this year. We would love to see you competing along…

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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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Race Weekend Spotlight Sept 4-6 & 11-13 2015

  Ironman® 70.3 Santa Cruz: Division 1 with 13,500 points scored Ironman® Wisconsin: 2nd Place, Division 1 with 88,536 points scored – special congratulations to: Coach Rich Strauss 5th Place 45-49M Kona Qualifying Spot Jeremy Behler 3rd Place 40-44M Kona Qualifying Spot Rachel Hawe 70 minute Ironman PR David Duran 3:57:18 Ironman PR Scott Gijium 38 minute Ironman…

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2015 Chattanooga Race Camp Day Two & Three Recap

  Day Two – A day of options: On the second day of camp, EN athletes had a lot of options for training. One group decided to ride the whole 116 Mile bike course, the next group decided to drive out to the start of the loop portion of the bike course and do two…

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For Beginner Long Course Athletes: The TeamEN Advantage

By now you’ve likely heard about our Beginner Open House, coming in April. We’re excited to have you come inside our Team to check out our resources, support, and especially our members. We’d like to take a few minutes here to discuss what TeamEN has to offer the beginner Ironman athlete.

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Endurance Nation Charity Kickstart Update: June 2011

It’s that time again, when we get to report on the data that really matters. Forget about w/kg, vDOT, or your LTHR…let’s talk about giving real money to organizations that are making a difference in the lives of others and improving the quality of life for us all. Every month in 2011, Endurance Nation has…

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Endurance Nation Kickstart Program Update: February 2011

It’s that time again, when we get to report on the data that really matters. Forget about w/kg, vDOT, or your LTHR…let’s talk about giving real money to organizations that are making a difference in the lives of others and improving the quality of life for us all.

Every month in 2011, Endurance Nation has pledged to award $250 to up to eight (8) member or training plan athletes who are racing to raise money for a particular charity. Our 2011 annual commitment is $24,000 — a lot in some ways, but not enough in others.

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Endurance Nation KickStart Program Update: January 2011

It’s that time again, when we get to report on the data that really matters. Forget about w/kg, vDOT, or your LTHR…let’s talk about giving real money to organizations that are making a difference in the lives of others and improving the quality of life for us all.

Every month in 20111, Endurance Nation has pledged to award $250 to up to eight (8) member or training plan athletes who are racing to raise money for a particular charity. Our 2011 annual commitment is $24,000 — a lot in some ways, but not enough in others.

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