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USAT Rules: Race Conduct: Glass Containers

This week's rule is 3.4j   Glass Containers. The rule bans glass containers of any kind from the race site, including transition and the bike and run course. The rule was enacted to protect par...

Admin | Monday, 16 December 2013

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USAT Rules: Swim Conduct: Permissible Strokes

This week we begin discussing the Article IV swim conduct rules.  The first one is Article 4.1   Permissible Strokes.  That rule is an "administrative" rule which explains what stroke...

Admin | Monday, 16 December 2013

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Athlete Homestay Available

Location: Chula Vista, California (Close to Chula Vista Olympic Training Center) Drive time to popular areas: Downtown San Diego/Airport: 20-25 minutes La Jolla: 35 minutes Encinitas: 4-45 minutes ...

Admin | Friday, 28 June 2013

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2013 XTERRA Tri Race Schedule: Swim, MTN Bike & Trail Run!

Date/Race/Location2/24/2013 XTERRA South Africa Championship South Africa3/2/2013 XTERRA Philippines Championship Philippines3/9/2013 XTERRA Motatapu New Zealand3/9/2013&...

Admin | Wednesday, 6 March 2013

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USA Triathlon Competitive Rules

The Competitive Rules are intended to provide for the orderly and consistent administration of events sanctioned by USA Triathlon and are not designed to establish standards of care for the safety of ...

Admin | Wednesday, 6 March 2013

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USAT Rules: Cycling Conduct: Drafting

Rule is the first in Article 5.10 — Position Fouls. All of the position fouls rules are interrelated and form a system that allows for effective enforcement and fair racing. The first rule is 5.10a—D...

Admin | Monday, 17 December 2012

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USAT Rules: Cycling Conduct: Accidents

Rule 5.6—Accidents. This rule is all about safety and requires cyclists to slow down to a safe speed when passing the site of an accident. Any cyclists who fail to slow down or, in the opinion o...

Admin | Thursday, 6 December 2012

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Iron Distance Triathlon Races in the US

Non IM/WTC:HITS Corpus ChristiHITS OcalaHITS Napa ValleyHITS Hunter MountainHITS Marble FallsVinemanHITS Fort CollinsHawaii RevisitedExpedition ManMi TitaniumPlymouth Rock Triathlon FestivalRev 3 Ceda...

Admin | Thursday, 29 November 2012

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Just 6 more weeks to GO! Thank You All!

This ironman training season I have swim, swam, swum…ridden, ride, road…walked, jogged, ran and run many many miles/kilometers! I have put in the honest dieting effort thus far…eating more organic tof...

Admin | Thursday, 4 October 2012

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What to expect at Ironman

What to expect at Ironman Registration: Open Thursday & Friday for Sunday races Open Wednesday & Thursday for Saturday races Bring: Valid ID USAT Card (If you do not have one ther...

Kevin Koresky | Wednesday, 3 October 2012

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SMALL details that can make a BIG difference

Over the years, as an athlete and a coach, something that always surprises me still to this day is how little attention is paid to little things that can really improve your performance and make your ...

Admin | Tuesday, 7 August 2012

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USAT Rules: 5.11i, Bar-end rule

This week’s rule is 5.11i, better known as the “bar-end rule.” One of the things that USAT officials look for in transition is handlebars that are open, or missing a plug on the ends. The plugs that ...

Admin | Friday, 13 July 2012

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Sub 9-Hour Pro Females

         Athlete/Race/Year/Time1   Chrissie Wellington Roth 2011 8:18:132   Chrissie Wellington Roth 2010 8:19...

Admin | Tuesday, 3 April 2012

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Sub 8-Hour Pro Males

          Athlete/Race/Year/Time1    Andreas Raelert Roth 2011 7:41:332    Marino Vanhoenacker Klagenfurt...

Admin | Tuesday, 3 April 2012

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Finding The Right Triathlon Coach

Triathlon is one of the fastest growing sports in the world and the demand for good coaches is growing. Below is a list of things that can help you hire the right coach. One of the biggest mistakes a...

Kevin Koresky | Friday, 17 February 2012

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2012 Ironman 70.3 California Swim Wave Start

2012 Ironman 70.3 California Swim Wave Chart Wave # Time Cap Color Group 1 6:40 Silver Pro M 2 6:43 FL. Pink Pro W 3 6:46 FL. Orange CAF/XC 4 6:50 FL. Yell...

Admin | Thursday, 16 February 2012

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2012 Ironman Race Schedule

3/3/2012 Ironman New Zealand 3/25/2012 Ironman Asia Pacific Championship – Melbourne 4/22/2012 Ironman South Africa 5/5/2012 Ironman St. George 5/6/2012 Ironman Austral...

Admin | Thursday, 5 January 2012

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2012 70.3 Race Schedule

1/15/2012 Ironman 70.3 Pucon 1/22/2012 Ironman 70.3 South Africa 2/12/2012 Ironman 70.3 Pan American Championship- Panama 2/19/2012 Ironman 70.3 Sri Lanka 3/18/2012 Iro...

Admin | Thursday, 5 January 2012

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2012 5150 Triathlon Race Series Race Schedule

TBD 5150 New Orleans (New Orleans, La.) Website April 29 St. Anthony’s Triathlon (St. Petersburg, Fla.) Website May 20 Memphis in May Triathlon (Tuni...

Admin | Thursday, 5 January 2012

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Life Time Fitness unveils 2012 Race to the Toyota Cup schedule

Life Time Fitness Inc, ‘the Healthy Way of Life Company’, has unveiled the schedule for the 2012 Race to the Toyota Cup. In its seventh year, the internationally-renowned series, which is made up of s...

Admin | Tuesday, 3 January 2012

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2012 Challenge-Family Race Schedule

1.21.2012 Challenge Wanaka 4.14.2012 Challenge Fueteventura 5.17.2012 Challenge Barcelona-Maresme 6.3.2012 Challenge Cairnes 6.10.2012 Challenge Kraichau 6.17.2012 Challenge Aarhus 7.8.2012 Chal...

Admin | Tuesday, 20 December 2011

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REV3 2012 Race Schedule & Registration Links

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Admin | Wednesday, 14 December 2011

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TriStar in 2012 Race Schedule

In the coming months, Star Events will announce more destinations and events for 2012 and 2013, and confirm the date for TriStar Madrid with the brand new T5 format (a team of five triathletes racing ...

Admin | Tuesday, 13 December 2011

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USA Triathlon Announces 2012 National Championship Schedule

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — USA Triathlon today announced the dates and locations of its 2012 National Championship schedule, providing multisport athletes from across the United States the opportunity ...

Admin | Thursday, 10 November 2011

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TriColumbia showcases 2012 season schedule

TriColumbia, the Mid-Atlantic's premier endurance event production company, has announced its 2012 race season schedule, with events starting in April and running through to September. TriColumbia's e...

Admin | Wednesday, 2 November 2011

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Schedule ITU WCS Race Schedule

ITU World Championship Series 2012 Schedule: Sydney Apr 14-15 San Diego May 12-13 Madrid May 26-27 Kitzbühel Jun 23-24 Hamburg Jul 21-22 Lausanne Aug 25-26 Yokohama Sept 29-30 Aukland GF O...

Kevin Koresky | Wednesday, 12 October 2011

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Yaw & Airflow: Where Does the Air Go?

Air movement over most anything is interesting and complicated. For bicycle riders, how to best get THROUGH air represents the single biggest challenge to going faster. Air can actually be considered ...

Admin | Sunday, 2 October 2011

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Set your benchmark

As the season starts to wind down, for most, it’s a great time to set some fitness benchmarks. Benchmarks are key to tracking improvement and ensuring that your training is actually doing what it’s su...

Admin | Sunday, 2 October 2011

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The Triathlete and Inattentive Truck Driver©

In another recent case, a truck driver (inattentively) turned left in front of a triathlete, who then broadsided the truck.  The truck made an illegal left turn by turning too close to the bicycl...

Admin | Sunday, 2 October 2011

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ITU announces schedule for 2012 ITU Triathlon World Championship Series

At its 24th annual Congress, the International Triathlon Union (ITU) today unveiled the dates and host cities for the 2012 ITU Triathlon World Championship Series. Wrapped around the London 2012 Olymp...

Admin | Thursday, 8 September 2011

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USAT Rules: Article 7.4 — Obstruction and Interference

Transition Area Conduct: Obstruction and Interference.The rule makes it a foul if another person interferes with a participant’sgear or improperly obstructs the forward progress of other participants....

Admin | Friday, 12 August 2011

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USAT Rules Transition Area Conduct: Glass Containers.

This week's rule is the final in our series on transition conduct. Article 7.5 — Glass Containers prohibits participants from bringing a glass container into the transition area. The reasoning behin...

Admin | Saturday, 30 July 2011

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USAT Rules: Transition Area Conduct: Bicycle Placement

This week’s rule is Article 7.3 — Bicycle Placement.The rule requires that participants returning from the bike portion of theevent place their bicycles in an upright position in the same locationwher...

Admin | Thursday, 21 July 2011

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USAT Rules: Transition Area Conduct: Placement of Equipment

This week's rule is Article 7.2 Placement of Equipment. The rule addresses how a participant sets up his bike and gear in transition. In races where an assigned spot is designated by race number, the...

Admin | Wednesday, 13 July 2011

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USAT Rules: Run Conduct: Permitted and Illegal Equipment

This week’s rule is Article 6.3 — Permitted and Illegal Equipment.The rule repeats the prohibition against personal audio devices previouslydiscussed in Article 3.4i.  Participants may not carry ...

Admin | Tuesday, 21 June 2011

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USAT Rules Run Conduct: Knowledge of the Course.

This week’s rule is Article 6.2 — Knowledge of the Course.  The rule places responsibility on the participant to know and follow the run course. It is important for each competitor to be awa...

Admin | Tuesday, 7 June 2011

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USAT: Run Conduct: Knowledge of the Course.

This week’s rule is Article 6.2 — Knowledge of the Course.  The rule places responsibility on the participant to know and follow the run course. It is important for each competitor to be awa...

Admin | Tuesday, 7 June 2011

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USAT Rules: Permitted Run Conduct

This week we begin our series on article 6 — Running Conduct. Today’s rule is 6.1 Permitted Conduct. The rule requires that participants walk or run the entire prescribed run course. Runners shou...

Admin | Monday, 30 May 2011

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USAT Rules: Cycling Conduct: Basic Bike Safety.

This week's rule is the last in the series on Bicycle Specifications. The rule requires that participants are responsible for ensuring that their bicycles are safe and in working order. It is a good ...

Admin | Friday, 20 May 2011

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Cycling Conduct: Working Brakes

This week we continue the series on the Bicycle Specification rules. Article 5.11j requires that bicycles used in competition must have a working brake on each wheel. This rule effectively eliminates ...

Admin | Friday, 6 May 2011

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USAT Rules -Cycling Conduct: Bicycle Specifications, Part III.

We continue our series of explanation for the bicycle specification rules this week with 5.11g, which allows the front wheel of a bicycle to be a different diameter than the rear wheel.  While no...

Admin | Tuesday, 12 April 2011

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Ironman races and illness

Triathletes racing in Ironman distance events are prone to a number of injuries and illnesses. There have been a number of studies done evaluating medical problems that develop during a triathlon. As ...

Admin | Monday, 11 April 2011

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Sick and Tired Athletes

Something has gone wrong. Lately it seems that you have been sick a lot. You feel listless at home, bored at work, and your workouts have been lousy. Getting motivated for anything takes supreme willp...

Admin | Monday, 11 April 2011

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Swimmer's Ear

Now that the end of summer is approaching, most of us are increasing the frequency and intensity of training in preparation for the final races of the season. In addition to predisposing ourselves to ...

Admin | Monday, 11 April 2011

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Multisport Disciplines

Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquathlon, Winter Triathlon, Off-Road. Wondering what sport best matches your interest and skills? Find out more about the sports that USA Triathlon helps support throughout the c...

Admin | Monday, 11 April 2011

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USAT Rules Cycling Conduct: Bicycle Specifications, Part II

5.11f forbids aerodynamic attachments worn under or over a cyclist'sclothing that would have the effect of reducing wind resistance while onthe bicycle. However, an exception is made to allow the use ...

Admin | Monday, 28 March 2011

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Blister Relief

The next time a blister makes its way onto your foot you may want to think about using Duct Tape as a cover up.  Most Band-Aids or blister solutions don’t stick enough to stay on over the course of a ...

Admin | Tuesday, 22 March 2011

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USAT Rules Cycling Conduct: Bicycle Specifications.

Bicycle Specification rules, starting with rules 5.11, a-d. These rules were constructed to define the general type of bicycle that would be legal for USA Triathlon events. The rules allow for standa...

Admin | Monday, 21 March 2011

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San Diego Training for the Wildflower Oly Dist. Triathlon

Here is a hidden gem to simulate the swim and bike portion of the Wildflower Olympic distance triathlon in San Diego: La Jolla shores beach. You can do an open water swim and ride up some steep hills ...

Admin | Monday, 14 March 2011

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USAT Rules Cycling Conduct: Exceptions.

This week’s rule, Article 5.10h—Exceptions, ends our series on the bicycle position rules. 5.10h defines the exceptions that allow cyclists to pass through the draft zone without penalty. The rule re...

Admin | Wednesday, 9 March 2011

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THE BIKE:: TRANSITION-BASE SEASON:: PART II

TRAINING WORKOUTS TO GET POWER ON THE BIKE:: TRANSITION-BASE SEASON:: PART II I’ve heard the praise… and the degree of punishment factor from the past base season workouts that I posted back in Janua...

Admin | Monday, 7 March 2011

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Listen to your body

Ironman race day brings with it a ton of excitement.  Often times you get so focused on the race that you forget to take care of your body.  Head down, riding for 5-7hrs, it is very easy to forget to ...

Admin | Sunday, 6 March 2011

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USAT Cycling Conduct: Being Overtaken

This week we continue Cycling Conduct rules with 5.10g — Being Overtaken. The overtaken rule defines what a cyclist must do if passed by another rider. Once the leading edge of the front wheel of the...

Admin | Wednesday, 2 March 2011

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How to adjust your saddle height and tilt

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Admin | Thursday, 24 February 2011

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USAT Rules Cycling Conduct: Position

Article 5.10f — Position.  Position is the rule that requires cyclists to ride on the right side of the designated lane. Cyclists who move to the left side of the lane should only do so in order to p...

Admin | Friday, 18 February 2011

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USAT Rules Cycling Conduct: Passing

This week’s rule is 5.10e—Passing.  The wording of the rule begins with a couple of sentences strongly warning cyclists not to enter the draft zone to pass unless they are confident of their ability ...

Admin | Tuesday, 15 February 2011

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USAT Rules: Time Penalties

The 2011 triathlon season is underway. It is import that everyone racing/competing in a triathlon this year, know the time penalties that could be handed out.    Article 3.7 - Time Penalties.  Artic...

Admin | Tuesday, 8 February 2011

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USAT Rules Cycling Conduct: Blocking

The next rule we’ll be covering is Article 5.10d. — Blocking. The rule disallows any action on the part of a cyclist that would impede the forward progress of a passing cyclist.  Examples of how a ...

Admin | Tuesday, 8 February 2011

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USAT Cycling Conduct: Right of Way

This week’s rule is 5.10c — Right of Way. Right of way is granted when a cyclist is riding on the right side of the lane and is not in someone else’s draft zone. In other words, when a cyclist is rid...

Admin | Thursday, 3 February 2011

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USAT Cycling Conduct: Drafting

This week’s rule is the first in Article 5.10 — Position Fouls.  All of the position fouls rules are interrelated and form a system that allows for effective enforcement and fair racing. The first ru...

Admin | Tuesday, 25 January 2011

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TRAINING WORKOUTS TO GET POWER ON THE BIKE:: BASE SEASON:: PART I

A couple key tips to consider before trying these workouts:- Trainers that hold specific wattages are good for interval and threshold training such as the CycleOps PowerBeam Pro and CompuTrainer...

Admin | Thursday, 13 January 2011

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The rules of the road(ie)

As triathlete we often bear the brunt of many jokes coming from die-hard road cyclists – AKA: Roadies. Quite honestly, many of these jokes are well deserved! Here’s a collection of rules put together ...

Admin | Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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USAT: Cycling Conduct: Type of Helmet

The rule requires that participants use helmets that meet the US national standard for bicycle helmet safety. That standard is set by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which is the federal ...

Admin | Tuesday, 11 January 2011

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Pre Race Mental Prep

The last week of before a big race can be one of the hardest for a triathlete to bare. You’ve done all the work, your training volume is way down and you may feel lethargic and antsy all at the same t...

Admin | Wednesday, 5 January 2011

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USAT Cycling Conduct: Illegal Equipment

The rule disallows the use or possession of any personal audio device while participating in the bike portion of the event. The use of a radio or headset while cycling is considered hazardous. Cyclist...

Admin | Wednesday, 5 January 2011

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USAT Cycling Conduct: Dismounting.

The rule addresses potential problems that may occur when a cyclist stops on the course to adjust equipment, fix a tire or any other reason. The rule requires that when a cyclist dismounts, he or she ...

Admin | Tuesday, 21 December 2010

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USAT Cycling Conduct: Accidents.

This rule is all about safety and requires cyclists to slow down to a safe speed when passing the site of an accident. Any cyclists who fail to slow down or, in the opinion of the officials or rescue ...

Admin | Saturday, 11 December 2010

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Remember to hydrate when it's cold

It’s the time of the year when a lot of us are doing runs and rides in cooler conditions.  You may not be losing much fluid through perspiration, but cold, dry air can still dehydrate you very quickly...

Admin | Friday, 3 December 2010

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USAT Rule: Cycling Conduct -Endangerment

If you have been reading earlier articles on Rules Education, you may remember we covered endangerment before in Article 3.4. Article 5.5 covers dangerous behavior specifically on the bicycle.  Errati...

Admin | Thursday, 2 December 2010

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Taper Advice for Ironman!

I have been asked a lot of questions this week about my lead up to ironman and what I think is the best way of tapering and preparing for Busselton Ironman which is only 5 days away. It seems to me th...

Admin | Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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USAT Rule Article 5.4: Traffic Laws

This rule is extremely important to understand, since it is one of the commonly violated rules and failure to abide by traffic laws may result not only in a penalty, but injury or worse. The rule requ...

Admin | Wednesday, 24 November 2010

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USAT Rule -Cycling Conduct: Knowledge of the Course.

Article 5.3—Knowledge of Course.  This rule addresses those unfortunate occasions when a cyclist  goes off course, even when directed to do so by a race volunteer or police officer. Participants and ...

Admin | Tuesday, 16 November 2010

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Cycling Conduct: Forward Progress.

USAT Rule: Article 5.2—Forward Progress.  This rule requires that once you take possession of your bike after the swim, you must remain with your bike until the end of the bike course. If you have a ...

Admin | Tuesday, 9 November 2010

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USAT Rule: Swim Conduct: Illegal Equipment.

If you've ever wondered what swim equipment to leave at home, check out this week's rule, Article 4.9—Illegal Equipment.  The rule prevents the use of fins, paddles, gloves, and any other artificial ...

Admin | Friday, 29 October 2010

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Altitude and your performance over time

Here’s a great article on the effects of altitude, it’s well worth reading if you plan on racing or training at a higher elevation.  Further into the article you’ll find some power data from cyclists ...

Admin | Monday, 25 October 2010

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USAT Rule: Article 4.4—Wetsuits.

The rule allows participants to wear a wetsuit if the water temperature is 78 degrees or less. The upper limit was set because wetsuits are allowed for protection against hypothermia, and there is lit...

Admin | Thursday, 21 October 2010

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Swim Conduct: Emergencies.

Article 4.3—Emergencies. This rule states that if a participant needs to call for assistance during the swim, the athlete should do so by pumping his or her arm up and down, and/or calling out for he...

Admin | Saturday, 16 October 2010

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Swim Conduct: Permissible Strokes

This week USAT began discussing the Article IV swim conduct rules.  The first one is Article 4.1—Permissible Strokes.  That rule is an "adminstrative" rule which explains what strokes are legal to us...

Admin | Sunday, 3 October 2010

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Train like a Pro

A common assumption exists that all Pros are that good because of genetics, they have the best equipment or because they have all the time in the world to train. While, all of the above can contribute...

Admin | Thursday, 9 September 2010

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Ironman Nutrition

There are various approaches to fueling your body for an Ironman. We’ve tried them all. From consuming solid foods, liquid meal replacements, taking GasX, using chocolate bars, gummy bears, gels, prot...

Admin | Tuesday, 7 September 2010

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USAT Rule 3.5—Unregistered Participants (Race Bandits)

One of the most serious violations a participant can commit is competing in a santioned event without properly registering and paying for entry. Anyone who assists someone who participates in an event...

Admin | Wednesday, 25 August 2010

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Big Race Do's and Don'ts

Over the years at major races, world championships, Olympics I have witnessed very experienced athletes falter and it wasn't as much on race day as it was in the pre-race week. Even the best need to t...

Admin | Monday, 16 August 2010

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USAT Rule is 3.4n—Indecent Exposure

The rule is enforced throughout the course, but most commonly in transition area, where an athlete may decide to remove his swimsuit to change into bike shorts, and on the bike or run course, where a ...

Admin | Tuesday, 10 August 2010

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Race Conduct: Endangerment

This week's rule is 3.4l—Endangerment.  Violators of this rule shall receive a disqualification, so it is important that participants are aware of their surroundings and do not behave in a reckless m...

Admin | Tuesday, 20 July 2010

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Taking your taper seriously!

Tapering and peaking still remains one of sport's grey zones, a veritable mystery or for some a bad version of the Bermuda triangle. "Done a lot of research on it and I should get it right this time"....

Admin | Sunday, 11 July 2010

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Easy is EASY, hard is HARD

The subject line sums up this tip perfectly.  Essentially, make your easy days easy so that you can make your hard days very hard.  By avoiding the big ring on your easy ride days, keeping power caps,...

Admin | Thursday, 8 July 2010

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Top 10 Broken Race Rules

1. Helmets: Only helmets approved by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) may be used in USAT sanctioned events. Helmets must be worn at all times while on your bike. This means before, ...

Kevin Koresky | Sunday, 27 June 2010

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Race Conduct: Unauthorized Accessories

This week's rule is 3.4i — Unauthorized Accessories.  The rule bans the use and possession during competition of personal audio devices - radios, headsets, iPods, Thumps, etc., and hard casts. The ru...

Admin | Wednesday, 16 June 2010

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Race Conduct: Race Numbers

This week's rule is Article 3.4f — Race Numbers.  The race number rule is actually broken quite often and is one of the more common violations for which penalties are called. Wearing your race number...

Admin | Thursday, 13 May 2010

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Forget the numbers

Once in awhile you have to leave your devices at home.  Forget the GPS, forget the heart rate monitor, forget the power, forget your interval timer and portable lactate measuring kit.  Who cares how f...

Admin | Friday, 2 April 2010

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PERFORMANCE POV // Running Efficiently Downhill

The first time I remember flying by people while running downhill in a race was at the 2008 Wildflower Triathlon Festival during that infamous two kilometer downhill to the finish. It wasn't until a s...

Admin | Thursday, 1 April 2010

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Performance Webinars by Jim Vance

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Admin | Wednesday, 3 March 2010

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Beer and your training

When it comes to having an occasional beer while in training, you probably are not doing yourself any harm.  In fact, you could be doing yourself some good!! (as long as you are adequately hydrated). ...

Admin | Wednesday, 24 February 2010

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3 Things They Don't Tell You About During an Ironman Triathlon

No matter how prepared you are on race day for your Ironman triathlon, there are a few important issues you should know about that will help you have a smoother race. So in no particular order, straig...

Admin | Wednesday, 24 February 2010

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California 70.3 Wave Starts

  Swim Waves: Wave No# Time Division Color of cap 1 6:40 Pro M Silver 2 6:43 Pro W FL. Pink 3 6:46 CAF FL. Orange 4 6:50 M 25-29 Fl. Yellow 5 6:53 M 25-29 White 6 6:57 M 40-44 Purple 7 7:00 M...

Kevin Koresky | Wednesday, 10 February 2010

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Most Common Rules Violated

1. Helmets: Only helmets approved by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) may be used in USAT sanctioned events. Helmets must be worn at all times while on your bike. This means befor...

Admin | Monday, 1 February 2010

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Ironman Races: Where are they located?

USA Ironmans·       Ironman Arizona in Tempe, Arizona; added in 2005 ·       Ironman Coeur d'Alene in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; added in 2003 ·       Ironman Florida in Panama City Beach, Florida; added i...

Kevin Koresky | Wednesday, 27 January 2010

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Hill Drills: Running for Triathletes

We don't want our runners like weight lifters, we don't want our runners like gymnasts; we want them like ballet dancers." - Arthur Lydiard, Osaka, Japan, 1990If you've ever been to the ballet, you've...

Admin | Tuesday, 26 January 2010

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Membership/Permit Requirements

This is the first segment on the rules covering membership.  One must be a member of USA Triathlon in order to compete in any of our sanctioned events.  We encourage all athletes to become annual mem...

Admin | Tuesday, 26 January 2010

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XTERRA WETSUITS: Professional Triathlete Swim Tips

by: Linsey Corbin – USA www.xterrawetsuits.com www.linseycorbin.comLinsey placed 5th (1st American) at the 2008 Ironman World Championships. She placed 2nd at Ironman Arizona 2009. Her preferred wetsu...

Admin | Monday, 25 January 2010

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