Running at ‘Ironman pace’ can often be unnatural for triathletes as it’s different to strength–based, fast running with quick rhythmical movements. In most competitions we race faster than we train, but in an Ironman marathon our pace is often considerably slower than our easy… Continue Reading “Get better at running long and slow for Ironman”
How exciting! I have been dying to reveal this news, we finally entered this week. I say ‘we’ because team MARBEL is doing Challenge Wanaka! What on earth am I on about? Well let me explain.
I was very fortunate to meet the incredible Joe Townsend at the European Championships in Eilat this April. I had I idea what his back story was, he was just another Paratriathlete, and I already knew some of them so nothing seemed unusual. Then… Continue Reading “The amazing Joe Townsend”
It was not that long ago that we featured the inspirational story of Shay Eskew who was as a child, set on fire by a friend, accidentally. He is now an ironman triathlete, looking to compete in Kona.
Interviews with Todays Ironman70.3 winners Angela Naeth and Bevan Docherty courtesy of Ironman Live
Brett: I have great athletes that have ironman bodies and short course heads. You need the mentality. An athlete he trained said ironman was the most boring thing he had ever done in his life. He stopped and sat on the side of the… Continue Reading “Brett Sutton IM talk interview (part2) IM talk, episode 241”