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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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Race Weekend Spotlight: End of Season Races

  Endurance Nation racing season has come to an end and we are thrilled with everyones performances. Congratulations to the team on a fantastic year filled with podium finishers, first timers, veterans, PR’s, lessons learned and memories across the board. Ironman® Arizona 3rd Place Tri Club 46358 Points  — Special Congrats to:  David Ware – 40AG…

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Meet the Team: Raleigh 70.3 and Hawaii 70.3

Meet team members competing in Ironman® Raleigh 70.3 and Hawaii 70.3 2015! Raleigh 70.3 Rich Stanbaugh (M 45-49) This is my third season of IM having done IMs Lake Tahoe, Los Cabos, Mont Tremblant & Cozumel and 70.3s Syracuse, Steelhead and Raleigh. I have Raleigh 70.3 and IMs Mont Tremblant & Florida on the schedule…

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[CASE STUDY] Matt Aaronson (M 35-39)

[box]This post is part of our regular Case Study series, where we highlight some of the great people that are a part of Team Endurance Nation. Our members are all ages, all abilities…and they are all awesome! We hope you enjoy learning about us. Feel free to surf the blog or to create a Free Seven Day…

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[CASE STUDY] Stephen Beyer (M45-49)

  [box]This post is part of our regular Case Study series, where we highlight some of the great people that are a part of Team Endurance Nation. Our members are all ages, all abilities…and they are all awesome! We hope you enjoy learning about us. Feel free to surf the blog or to create a Free Seven…

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Why Is There A Waiting List To Join TeamEN on January 6?

Why a Waiting List? Endurance Nation was founded in 2007 with about 80 athletes. By 2010 the Team was over 400 strong and we decided to institute a waiting list, only opening up the team to new members three times per year. By putting people on a waiting list, we can manage our growth so…

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Louisville 2012: Mark Thompson Races His First Like A Veteran

This was my first Ironman® distance race, which was a monumental decision to sign up (enlist?) by itself. What’s more, however, are the giants who stand before me with Ironman® comedy to detail in their race reports – THIS race reporting is a far more daunting task. The likes of Bart Stevens and Jess Withrow…

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Texas Bike Course Debrief

Every year Endurance Nation hosts Triathlon Training Rallies at key race venues across the US. We added Ironman Texas for the 2011 camp calendar for two key reasons: first because there is such a massive and cool triathlon vibe in Texas; second because a new race means a brand new course.

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Evolution of Running within Endurance Nation, Part I

Another Endurance Nation case study in community-driven continuous improvement As we prepare to close the doors to new members on May 1, we thought it would be valuable to discuss the evolution of our running protocol, as a demonstration of how we have worked with our community to improve our training plan products. This is…

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