Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, delays in processing times may occur.

Monthly Archives: April 2014

  • Ironman 70.3 New Orleans: Tami Ritchie's Race Report

    by Pro Triathlete Tami Ritchie

    Ironman 70.3 New Orleans SwimOn April 13th I raced Ironman 70.3 New Orleans. The race was going really well for me until the moment it wasn’t. Then it was just ugly. There was no in between. I did learn a few very important things and got to eat beignets after the race, so I think it still all equaled out to a pretty good trip.

    Continue reading

  • Elkhart TT #1: Bob Dittmann’s Race Report

    by Bob Dittmann, Kyle’s Bikes 2014 Triathlon Team

    Bob Dittmann at the first Elkhart of 2014Race Report #1
    Elkhart TT #1
    Elkhart, Iowa

    Here in this four-season climate, many of us athletes (including myself) race on some version of the following schedule: Early Season (March to June), Peak Season (June to September), Late Season (September to Mid-November), and Beer/Pizza Season (Mid-November until March). In part, this schedule solidifies the role of the early season races in keeping us honest as amateur athletes. Setting baselines, if you will, is the purpose and value of the “Suffer-fest” that takes place in the cool breezes of March and April.  These races can and almost always will give us the opportunity to develop goals for the peak and late season efforts.

    Continue reading

2 Item(s)