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David Fuentes Wins Third Austin Half

One of the “Golden Rules” of marathoning is a good day for spectators is a bad day for racing. For the third year in a row, temps were ideal for marathon-watching but brutal for marathon running. Actually, the temps weren’t all that bad—it was 59 degrees at the start under a cloud cover—but the humidity […]

By |February 16th, 2015|Results|0 Comments

Kelly Williamson 3rd at Ironman Cozumel

Weiss on a mission
Peru Alfaro (ESP) was the first of a lead group of seven men to exit the waters of Chankanaab Park. Clemente Alonso Mckernan (ESP), Matt Chrabot (USA), Andres Latorre (COL), Todd Skipworth (AUS), Stephen Bayliss (GBR) and Bas Diederen (NLD) followed Alaro out the water. Defending champion Michael Weiss appeared to dig […]

By |November 30th, 2014|Results|0 Comments

David Fuentes Repeats as Run for the Water Champion

In its rich eight-year history, the Run for the Water 10-Miler, the second race in the 2014-15 Austin Fit Magazine Distance Challenge, has become a jewel of ever increasing brilliance which becomes more and more treasured with each passing race.

On a stunningly perfect morning for racing—clear, calm 62 degrees at the start—a record field of […]

By |October 26th, 2014|Results|0 Comments

Kelly Williamson 2nd at Ironman Coeur d’Alene, Neilia Bliss wins AG and 2nd amateur female

Andy Potts (USA) set the tone quickly in the race, pushing his way to front of the race in the choppy and windy conditions on Lake Coeur d’Alene. Swimming the entire swim off the front, Potts established a solid lead of over five minutes on Viktor Zyemtsev (UKR), Maik Twelsiek (DEU) and defending champion, Ben […]

By |June 29th, 2014|Results|0 Comments

Kilojoules over Kilometers:

Elite amateur and well established Ironman athletes can benefit greatly by shifting the focus of their bike volume from distance or time based to kilojoules (Kj) expenditure. By calculating the total work demand of the event you can much more precisely plan the overload and the progression you’ll need to achieve for success. This will ensure that you have accomplished the actual physiological demand and a subsequent overload vs. just doing the distance or time that might appear on the surface as an overload but in reality falls short. […]

By |February 7th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Kilojoules over Kilometers: