Author: P30 News

With a swim in the turquoise Tyrrhenian Sea, a rolling bike in the Tuscan Archipelago and a marathon run through the resort of Marina di Campo, the Elbaman is the jewel in the Italian triathlon crown. Advertisement Held since 2005 and annually sold-out months in advance, the setting for the Elbaman is Elba, Italy’s third-largest […]

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From Saturday 31 October to Thursday 12 November 2015, the Mammut/GORE-TEX European Outdoor Film Tour (E.O.F.T.) will be visiting UK shores. The UK tour will visit London, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Sheffield, Manchester and Birmingham. Advertisement Marking its 15th anniversary, the E.O.F.T. will be headlined by a short film extreme alpinist Tamara Lunger, alongside a wide […]

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Strava users can now compare themselves and their fellow countrymen with others across the globe with the release of the new Strava Insights data.   Advertisement The visualisation platform shows the fitness habits of similar communities in twelve major world cities, namely Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Milan, New York, Paris, San Francisco, […]

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With annual World and European Cups, and the European Championships in 2013, the Olympic-distance side of triathlon has established itself a foothold in Turkey. For athletes going longer, however, the tri scene has long been berefit of races. Advertisement That’s all set to change on 25 October when the Ironman juggarnaut rocks up in Turkey […]

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Major bike brand Giant has launched its all-new Trinity triathlon bikes this week in Hawaii during the build-up to Saturday’s Ironman World Champs. The new range of composite triathlon bikes includes two series: Trinity Advanced Pro and Trinity Advanced. Advertisement A fully UCI-legal time trial version of the new bike, the Trinity Advanced Pro TT, […]

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Daniela Ryf delivered the biggest margin of victory since all-conquering Chrissie Wellington in 2009 to claim her first Ironman World Championship title in Hawaii in 8:57:57.  Advertisement The Swiss triathlete dominated as she has done throughout an unbeaten season to beat Britain’s Rachel Joyce by 13:02mins with Australia’s Liz Blatchford rounding out the podium.  “I […]

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