Triathlon

2022 Ironman World Championships: Iden Shatters Men’s Record, Sodaro Surprises

American Chelsea Sodaro scored an upset victory in the women’s race while Norwegian Gustav Iden smashed the men’s course record in Kona.

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Five Reasons To Follow The 2022 Ironman World Championships In Hawaii

The Ironman World Championships are back in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii for the first time in 2019, and there’s plenty of buzz surrounding the event.

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VMI Hires Professional Triathlete Connor Kinkema as Assistant Coach

Professional triathlete Connor Kinkema will join his former Roanoke College head coach at Virginia Military Institute as an assistant coach.

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Joella Baker Named Women’s Triathlon Head Coach At Duquesne

Baker competed in cross country, track and swimming as an undergrad at DU, and has completed 27 marathons, six ultra-marathons and one Ironman triathlon.

Jonas Deichmann Completes World-Record-Breaking Triathlon Around the Globe

After 429 days, Germany’s Deichmann has completed the first-ever triathlon around the world. His 27,000km path shatters the World Record for longest triathlon

Jonas Deichmann Runs 3144 Miles Across Mexico in 4 Months, Forrest Gump-Style

Germany’s Deichmann is entering the final leg of his 14-month-long triathlon of circumnavigating the globe from Munich by swimming, biking, and running.

Former Cornell Swimmer Taylor Knibb Wins Silver In Mixed Relay Triathlon

Individual Olympic bronze medalist Katie Zaferes teamed up with Kevin McDowell, Knibb and Morgan Pearson to form the U.S. team.

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Enhance Your Taper with a Restorative Yoga Practice for Swimmers

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Deichmann Completes Third Leg of 40,000km Triathlon: Cycling Through Siberia

Deichmann arrived in Vladivostok, Russia on Tuesday. After nine weeks of cycling through Siberia, he has completed 3/5 legs of his 40,000km triathlon.

Jonas Deichmann Nears Vladivostok on Cycling Leg of 40,000km Triathlon

Jonas Deichmann is 4,800km away from his next stop, Vladivostok. He started the triathlon in Munich in September 2020 and is currently biking through Siberia.

Jonas Deichmann Embarks on 10,000km Cycling Leg Through Russia

Deichmann was stopped midway through his 40,000km triathlon around the world when he had to wait for a Russian visa. As of Wednesday, he is back on his bike.

Coronavirus Pauses Jonas Deichmann’s World Triathlon in Turkey

After breaking the world record for the longest unassisted swim (450km) in December, Jonas Deichmann’s cycling route was blocked by Turkey’s closed borders.

Deichmann Completes 450km Swim to set WR for Longest Unassisted Swim

Jonas Deichmann has completed the first leg of his triathlon around the world, setting a world record for the longest unsupported open water swim.

Jonas Deichmann Begins World’s Longest Triathlon

Jonas Deichmann (above) has embarked on an estimated 40,000km, 12-month-long triathlon that circumnavigates the world. The current record is less than 7,000km

Yoga for Masters Swimmers – Working with Your Breath

Yoga is a great way to train your breathing efficiency, which is an essential element to achieving success as a masters swimmer.