Lionel Sanders raced his third professional triathlon in 2014 in St. George Utah, he placed 18th, which was nearly 10 minutes behind the winner. Which he says “was discouraging but I continued to work on my swim, bike and run, as well as more technical things like training philosophy and equipment choices.” He’s continued to train and in September of 2014, he placed 4th, only a few minutes behind some of the best athletes to ever do the sport.
Lionel came back in …
Sebastian Kienle talks about the IRONMAN 70.3 St. George Race. IRONMAN St George Anything but Ordinary.
IRONMAN St. George … How will you finish?
Before I started my training, the furthest I’d ever swam was to catch a wakeboard handle. I realized my inexperience and found someone that could help me.
A good friend agreed to meet me at the pool in the mornings a couple times a week. It saved my race. I had only known one gear in swimming – ALL OUT!! Of course just like running, you can’t sustain that pace of swimming for very long. The good news is, by learning …
How tough is IRONMAN 70.3 St. George – really? (Part 1 of 4)
I’m a pretty athletic guy – 6’2” and a little more over 200 lbs. than I’d like to admit, but I’ve always been physically active with my favorite activities of wakeboarding, wrestling, and rock climbing. I’ve never cared much for aerobic exercise, but that old wrestler mentality tells me “I can do anything.”
70.3 mile is a long distance any way you do it, but after watching an IRONMAN …
Mirinda Carfrae called St. George Kona’s little sister. Here’s a preview for tomorrow’s race that’ll show you why.
A new year. A new you!
You are signed up for a few races or you have your schedule lined out for the year. It obviously includes IRONMAN® 70.3 St. George (link to register) because… why wouldn’t it!?
Here is a list of triathlon training camps that will happen in the months leading up to the race- right here on the home course!
1. KONA KAMPS
Kona Kamps is a series of camps (or kamps as they like to call them) brought you you …