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Meet the Team: Raleigh 70.3 and Hawaii 70.3

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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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Coach Patrick's 2015 Ironman Texas Race Report

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For the speed readers, the full report is below. For the rest of you this was my 21st Ironman and I went 9:29:xx, good enough for 36th overall…26th male…5th age grouper…and 2nd in the M40-44 age group. My swim was baaaad. The bike was almost perfect and the run was a sufferfest…but my ticket is punched — Kona #7, here I come!

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Coach Patrick's 2014 Ironman Hawaii Race Report

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The Bike on Strava: Part 1 = http://app.strava.com/activities/207403160/ The Marathon on Strava: http://app.strava.com/activities/207403993/ I arrived in Kona with my highest level of bike fitness and solid confidence in my run and my run execution plan. As I noted to several other athletes here during the week, Kona is one of those races where you can’t…

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Meet Team Endurance Nation: Ironman® Hawaii 2014

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Meet some of Team EN members competing at Ironman® Hawaii 2014! Eric Blakie (M 60 to 64) I am an ex rugby player, then fell(mountain) runner and then triathlon for last 12 years. Hawaii will be my 35th full IM and 6th this year—yes a bit silly but I had my reasons. I did Hawaii in 2011…

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Your One Thing for Ironman® Hawaii

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Every year Team Endurance Nation puts ten to twenty athletes on the biggest triathlon stage on the planet — the world championships of Ironman® Hawaii. Over the years we have learned a great deal about the preparation for this season-ending, life-altering race, and we want to share some of the highlights as well as what…

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2013 Ironman World Championships: Kona! – Meet Team Endurance Nation

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Welcome to the big time! This is the Ironman® we’ve all been waiting for, prepping for all year long, getting our minds and bodies in top performance shape. The Ironman® World Championship in Kailua-Kona is the Grandaddy of them all, and with good reason: This is where Ironman® started. What more can you say about…

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Texas Race Report: Tim Cronk (Headed to Kona!)

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Short Version Kona Qualified with a 10:22:09 , 2nd in the M 50-54 AG , 84th OA. 11min PR total and 19min bike PR. Swim 1:13:53 , 26thAG http://connect.garmin.com/activity/314625800 T1 3:07 http://connect.garmin.com/activity/314625802 Bike 5:01:51 fastest AG bike split http://connect.garmin.com/activity/314755337 T2 3:17 http://connect.garmin.com/activity/314625811 Run 4:00:01 2nd fastest AG run split http://connect.garmin.com/activity/314625815 Video Version (Jump to 4:30…

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Meet the Team: EN vs Hawaii 2010

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This year we have a handful of Team EN athletes competing at the Ironman World Championships on the Big Island of Hawaii. They are an awesome bunch, having earned their stripes through a full year of training and final preparation for the big day. There’s nothing like racing alongside the world’s best…a supreme challenge but as you’ll see this group is ready for it! Learn more about the Team and the unique individuals who make up our Kona crew below.

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Your First Kona

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Every October, the world’s fittest triathletes will gather for the annual ritual that is the Ironman World Championships. The week is a virtual who’s who of the endurance world, with the roster of participants and spectators including all manner of superstars. But all the marketing money and hype aside, there’s something else that makes the event unique — it’s the fact that on Saturday, one day, everyone from PROs to lottery winners line up to test themselves against the elements and the world’s best.

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