Do Club Med With Coach Kris & Leanda...

coach-kris.gifFour-time world champion triathlete Leanda Cave launches triathlon camp...

- First tri-camp to take place at Club Med Sandpiper Bay, Florida February 5 through 8, 2015 -

Miami Beach, Florida (Tuesday, September 30, 2014) – One of the most decorated female triathletes in history, Leanda Cave, will share her knowledge of the sport she loves with the launch of her first triathlon camp and give athletes the chance to interact with her on a personal level. 

The four-time world champion, who boasts 32 triathlon victories, will cover numerous topics including mental training, skills and drills for maximum performance, race day nutrition, and essential recovery. ....

Heatherian Tidbits...

dungeon.gifBy Heather Lendway (heatherlendway.com)

Now that most of us are moving into the off season you may have started thinking about what you’d like to work on for next year. Or maybe you’re still enjoying some down time and just getting back into the swing of things. No matter what you’re up to, I thought I’d share some tidbits of swimming workouts to help add some variety to your routine.

1. Quick Yardage
Here’s a great set that you can do when you’re low on time but need to get in a decent amount of yardage. It’s called a loco, typically I’ll do this sequence:  ...

Performance of the Year: The Guys...

matt-buckle.gifMinnesota Multisport Awards - Like the women's "Most Improved" category, wherein eight worthy women competed for four nominations, the men's Performance of Year nominees were exrtremely hard to determine. After much heated debate, here are the official men's Performance of the Year nominees:

BRIAN BICH (48, Duluth) - Bich made history with his Course Record win at Brewhouse, where he became the first athlete in Minnesota multisport history to win a single race 12 times. The old record, Tony Schiller's 11-wins at Lake Waconia, had stood for eleven years.

BROOKS GROSSINGER (37, Mayer) - Course record at Timberman. Brooks lowered his 2013 mark from 1:58:44 to 1:54:24. His margin of victory was 2:05.

MATTHEW PAYNE (36, Columbia Heights - photo) - With his Victory at the Best of the US Championship at Lake Phalen, The Pain Train became the first athlete in BOUS history to win more than once. He also won in 2011. Moreover, he beat 2013 US Athlete of the Year, Dan Stubleski, in the process....

2014 POY: "Premier" Trumps "Prestige"...

HL-LTF.gifMinnesota Multisport Awards - In the Performance of the Year category, a single athlete, by rule, can have no more than two nominations. It was especially difficult this year limiting our choices for Dani Fischer and Heather Lendway (photo L), both of whom excelled on the world and national stages and recorded nearly 20 victories between them....

Triathlete of the Year: Women

heather-and-dani.gifMinnesota Multisport Awards - Here are the official nominees for 2014 Female Triathlete of the Year and their tri resumes:

DANI FISCHER, 26, Wausau, WI

2014 Triathlon Highlights:

1st @ USAT Long Course Nationals (4:23!)

1st @ Best of the US Championship

1st @ Chicago World Triathlon

1st @ Green Bay Triathlon

1st @ Wausau Triathlon (CR - 1st overall!)

2nd @ USAT Nationals

3rd @ ITU Edmonton Worlds (photo L)

3rd @ Life Time - Minneapolis Elite...

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