I find it very fun watching the pro triathletes go at it at the Ironman World Championships in the big island of Hawaii. Every six to ten years you find ten to fifteen guys fighting for precious spots which experts call "world's elite top three".
Every few years, two or three athletes fall out of contention and the game. But then, two or three new guys come in to take their place and on and on the sport goes...just like any other sport.
I have to say the sport has changed ever since people learned how to train in a more ref...
Hello everyone! It's kind of last minute write up but I wanted to add a list of girls who I believe will make the top Ten in Kona this year.
Of course I have to start with defending champion and bionic woman Chrissie Wellington from Great Britain. She is for sure the favorite to win but she is beatable and human. I still think it would take a lot from any girl to come across the finish line ahead of her this year.
Chrissie is not just going to win but could well break the course record in Hawaii this year. She is the new quee...
Effective breathing is in the balance
Juliano Teruel's top five challenges to breathing in freestyle
The most common question for triathletes in swimming efficiently usually involves something with breathing.
In freestyle, it is the first step to get your body position right. Next, for many, you throw in breathing and everything goes out the window! This has to do with lack of balance, using your head and neck instead of your core to breathe.
Here are some of the top challenges i...
THE EARLY YEARS