Monday, 05 October 2015 06:10
2015 Minnesota Multisport Awards - Here are the official nominees for GRAND MASTER OF THE YEAR (Men 60 & Over, Women 55 & over) and their racing highlights in 2015:
NEIL KING, 66, Nevis (photo L)
4th overall @ Lakes to Pines - AGCR
2nd AG @ Nationals
8th overall @ Walker Tri - AGCR
21st overall @ Timberman Olympic - AGCR....
VOTE FOR 2015 RACE OF THE YEAR...
Monday, 05 October 2015 04:10
It's that time again!
Yup. Once again we encourage you to vote for your favorite multisport event of the year. The Top 10 Vote-Getters will be announced on this site on Tuesday, October 20 (Voting concludes on Sunday, October 18), and the final five finalists will be announced on MTN October 27.
Who will win the 2015 Triathletes Choice Race of the Year award?
That's up to you. If you are eligible to vote, that is.
Here are the criteria:
- Voting Eligibility - Only those Minnesota tri and/or du-athletes who raced in one or more of the events listed ...
Top Teens of '15....
Sunday, 04 October 2015 06:10
2015 Minnesota Multisport Awards – Here are the official nominees for JUNIOR OF THE YEAR and their 2015 highlights:
JAKE CROTEAU, 18, La Crosse, WI (photo L)
3rd overall @ Timberman – JrCR
7th overall @ Brewhouse – JrCR
7th overall / 1st Jr. @ Life Time – Maple Grove Olympic – 2:01:48
KAYTLIN GARRISON, 17, Cohasset (photo below L)
2nd overall @ ZTri – Jr. CR
4th overall / 1st Jr. @ Superior Man 41.5...
Dumb Mistakes By Smart Triathletes...
Sunday, 04 October 2015 00:10
By Laura Antonucci (triathlon.competitor.com)
You are a smart triathlete: You wake up at 5 a.m., routinely decline a second round of drinks, watch what you eat and are aware of the latest trends in sports nutrition and bike technology. But even the most well-meaning, self-sacrificing, smart triathletes can make nutrition mistakes that prevent them from reaching their body composition and performance goals. Avoid the following nutrition traps and your 2014 season will be better than you imagined.
Mistake #1: Not knowing your sweat rate.
You know you should be conducting periodic “sweat tests” in training, right? Studies consistently show that even small (less than 2 percent) decreases in body weight due to fluid loss adversely affect performance. Don’t let dehydration slow you down! ...
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