Sad News. And Semi-Sad News...
Friday, 02 December 2016 23:10
We are sad to report that the St. Croix Valley Triathlon has been cancelled for 2017. This event has been a hallmark of the Final stretch events but the city of Hudson has decided that it causes too much congestion on 1st Street and crossing 2nd Street at St. Croix Street. We had a problem with allowing residents down 1st Street during the race. If you would like further...
Dave & Amanda's Reacquisition....
Tuesday, 29 November 2016 23:10
WinonaDailyNews.com (Nov. 22, 2016)
Trinona is going back to its independent roots.
Ownership of the self-proclaimed “World’s Biggest Little Triathlon” now belongs to the original event founders, Winona native Dave Schutz and his wife, Amanda.
Life Time had owned and produced the Trinona Triathlon since 2011 and will continue to be a sponsor while also supporting the event via its Chronotrack registration and timing platform.
“We are incredibly excited to work once again with all the amazing volunteers, businesses and organizations, which have made this event so charming and grassroots oriented,” Schutz said in a press release. “We look forward to making this a Winona showcase like never before.” ...
Happy Thanksgiving From MTN...
Wednesday, 23 November 2016 23:10
Rooting For Dani....
Wednesday, 19 October 2016 05:10
2015 Minnesota Rookie of the Year DANI VSETECKA (pronounced "Sheh-teska"--it's an Eastern European deal) will be racing, along with more than 3000 others, including 94 pros, at the 7th annual Ironman Miami 70.3 on Sunday.
Dani excels at 70.3 and will be a podium favorite in the amateur women's race. Check out her half IM resume:
- 1st @ 2015 Door Country Half - 4:46:29
- 1st amateur @ 2015 Pigman Half - 4:41:34
- 2nd amateur @ 2016 ronman Texas 70.3 4:34:56
Our research revealed that no American woman has yet broken 4:40 at Miami, though one Perevian athlete --Elise Portugal (4:38:09 in 2015)--and Mexico's Alina Hanuschke Busch have done so. The talented Ms. Hanschke Busch has actually cracked 4:40 twice in South Florida. Her amateur CR is 4:36:34. (Her PR is 4:26:01 in a winning effort at Monterrey 70.3 in 2015.)...
"It's All About Staying Focused"....
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 23:10
Six things i’ve learned training for kona.
By Erin Klegstad (sweetsweatlife.com - Oct. 7, 2016)
Whoa. Kona is here. How is that possible?! Tomorrow I *get* to race the IRONMAN World Championship – surreal is an understatement!
I arrived in Kona, solo, a week early to acclimate as much as possible and for a little quiet time – bliss for this introvert! I love my tribe and wouldn’t get to a start or finish line without their support, but the alone time was much needed and has been so rejuvenating. You know your pre-race has been relaxing when you read two books in three days! Aside from reading, the week’s been filled with sitting in the a/c, workouts in the heat of the day, hanging out with my rad Coeur Sports crew, drinking all the iced almond milk lattes + kombucha at Kona Coffee + Tea, and cruising Ali’i on my $90 Walmart 18-speed mountain bike....
Persuasive Stuff About Cyclocross...
Wednesday, 05 October 2016 23:10
By Lisa Lendway
For most of us, it’s the off-season. For me, that means less running, less swimming (who am I kidding – no swimming) and MORE cyclocross! What is cyclocross, you might ask? I recommend Googling it for the best answer. Why do cyclocross? Here are my top reasons:
1. Bike handling skills. Triathletes are notorious for not being able to turn. Don’t be that triathlete. Cyclocross will make you a master of bike handling in no time. Don’t believe me? Ask Gwen Jorgenson (especially near 2:40) or Sarah True. They both use the sport to hone their skills during the off-season...
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