Race Coverage

Powerman Alabama Race Reportage...

logoKevin O'Connor and DKT raced at Powerman Alabama yesterday. (David is a three-time PM AL champ!) Here is Kevin's race report.

By Kevin O'Connor

Let me start by saying that the race is one of the "must do" races. It is very challenging but not over the top hard. Team Magic does a first rate job of race production and it was clear that everyone was enjoying themselves. The 10k, 60k, 10k course is completely in the confines of Oak Mountain State Park (photo below). The run course is like shaped like a upper case letter "Y". You run out to the right and turn around at about mile 2 and then run towards the second turnaround. The race organizers wanted to make certain the race lived up to it's name of ...

Spring Break in Havasu...

stairsBy Diane Hankee

We were up at Lutsen snowboarding at the beginning of December and a friend of ours from New Mexico mentioned this really fun triathlon she did in Arizona

Snow Wars...

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Snow Wars: Return of the Marathoners

By Brad Canham (photo)

2011 DION United States Snowshoe (USSSA) National Championships

At the 2010 United States Snowshoe Association (USSSA) in Syracuse, NY there was much talk about the dominance of triathletes in the top-slots of the podium, however, at the 2011 Championship in Cable, WI on Mar.11

Jenny Rocks MIT...

jennyED. - Yesterday we received this email from 2010 Minnesota Rookie of the Year Jenny Shaughnessy:

Hey MTN!

Hope all is well at home! Heard about Cathy's accident...what a bummer.

I know you like updates, so here goes:

Just got home from Miami International Tri, 24 hours of driving plus a race within 2.5 days! I did not do the clermont draft legal race 2 weeks ago due to a strained hip muscle, but now am back in action. The race was super fun, and I even saw Jonathan Pedersen during the run (recognized the TCMC trisuit)! I couldn't find him after the race, but still cool to see a fellow Minnesotan so far from home! The swim ...

PP Brought the Fury...

clermontBy Coach Kris

Two high profile Minnesota athletes traveled to Clermont Florida this past weekend to participate in the draft legal race event at Lake Louisa hosted by Olympian Jarrod Shoemaker. Patrick Parish, 2010 US Sprint National Champion, and Kate Lowrey, 2010 US Youth National Points Champion, chose to take on the early season challenge, each with specific goals and objectives in mind.

Patrick participated in his first draft legal triathlon. His race was an open class, 75 person field of mainly division 1 collegiate swimmers and runners who had been recruited by Olympian Barb Lindquist to try triathlon. The objective was to try the draft legal format and also gun for the...

IMAZ-ing...

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Ironman Arizona Stuff - MTN has published a gazillion shots of the ultra-smiley and insanely photogenic Julie Hull. We should all know what she looks like by now, right?...

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