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Racing a Windy Triathlon Bike Course

800 495 Rich Strauss

We’ve talked quite a bit on our race execution posts on this blog about how to ride hills in a long course triathlon, but we have done relatively little on how to execute on a windy day. And I recently returned from Ironman® Coeur d’Alene, where strong winds on the out and back section of highway…

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2014 Racine – Meet Team Endurance Nation

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A small but powerful contingent of EN athletes are taking on 70.3® Racine this year. Let’s meet Endurance Nation’s Team members taking on the course.   Wendy Watson “One of the small and select Racine group this year. I am a retired physician from Milwaukee in my third year of doing triathlons. Also enjoy teaching…

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2014 Couer d'Alene Race Report & Podcast: Al Truscott, EN's Resident Storyteller with a tale from CDA

Coach P

“Wow – look at the lake. What if the race had been today?” We’d just come out of Calypso’s Coffee, early on post-race Monday after my 10th Ironman® in Coeur ‘Alene, and Cheryl was reveling in the clear skies and warm gentle breeze blowing across the water. “Yeah, no chop or whitecaps all right. But…

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The Four Keys of Race Execution | Sample EN's Updated Seminar

Rich Strauss

Ironman® Triathlon Execution Seminar: Lesson #1 — The Four Keys Over the past decade, we’ve developed a program of key elements to help guide our athletes to better performance and higher rates of success in the execution of their races. We’ve found that there are four elements that propel athletes forward, and they are based more…

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2014 Ironman Boulder – Meet Team Endurance Nation

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Meet the Team EN members competing at Ironman® 70.3® Boulder 2014! Duane Rorie Triathlon since 2007. Have completed Florida in 11:25 and have done about 8 70.3® races with a PR of 5:08 in 2013 at IMBoulder 70.3. Wimpy swimmer, decent cyclist, good runner! Initially wanted to go under 5:08, but training has been very…

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