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Challenge Bahrain Press Conference Highlights
We attended the inaugural Challenge Bahrain Press conference with a packed panel featuring Dirk Bockel, Mirinda Carfrae, Caroline Steffen, Rachel Joyce, Jodie Stimpson, Pete Jacobs, Sebastian Kienle and Michael Raelert. Everyone agreed, this race is going to be wide open
Kona Highlights with Tri Travel
Australian Triathlete Magazine had the awesome opportunity to spend 10 days in Kona with the Tri Travel crew over the Ironman Hawaii 2014 race week. Check out the highlights here.
Top Pros Post Ironman 70.3 Mandurah
Australian Triathlete Magazine caught up with the top three pro men and women post race at the SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah event - Annabel Luxford, Caroline Steffen, Nikki Butterfield, Michael Raelert, Tim Reed and Chris Kemp.
Ironman 70.3 Mandurah Press Conference Highlights
Ironman 70.3 Mandurah has enticed many top athletes including Craig Alexander, Tim Reed, Michael Raelert, Mel Hauschildt, Caroline Steffen and Rachel Joyce - we grabbed some of their highlights from the press conference.
Kona Catch Ups with Luke McKenzie
Australian Triathlete Magazine catches up with last year's runner up, Luke McKenzie in Kona.
Challenge Gold Coast Women: Watkinson and Luxford
New Zealand's Amelia Watkinson broke away from Annabel Luxford in the last few kilometres of the run at Challenge Gold Coast to claim victory over the modified - 1.9km swim/40km bike/21km run. We caught up with them at the finish line.
Challenge Gold Coast Men's Podium
Sensei Tim Reed and Grasshopper, Sam Appleton put on a masterclass performance at Challenge Gold Coast Half, gaining an early lead on the bike and remaining there until the finish line. It was the more experienced of the two, and
Challenge Gold Coast press conference highlights
We caught the highlights from the Challenge Gold Coast press conference featuring Pete Jacobs, Tim Reed, Sam Appleton, Pete Robertson, Annabel Luxford, Belinda Granger and Lisa Marangon. ** apologies for the sound.
A Day In The Life Of Rachel Joyce
A quick look at "a day in the life" of long course professional triathlete Rachel Joyce. Look out for the full feature in our upcoming 21.8 issue - on shelf late July. hh
Top 5 with Peter Robertson
We ask Peter Robertson what his TOP 5 achievements have been in triathlon
Ironman Australia Women's Runners Up
We speak with the women's runners up from Toyota Ironman Australia - Lisa Marangon and Melanie Burke Lisa Marangon - 9:30:49 (49:48 / 5:12:19 / 3:23:52) Melanie Burke - 9:32:52 (58:07 / 5:21:39 / 3:09:18)
Ironman Australia Men's Runners Up
We speak with runners up at the Toyota Ironman Australia - Paul Ambrose and Nick Baldwin. Paul Ambrose - 8:37:46 (46:28 / 4:46:28 / 3:01:36) Nick Baldwin - 8:41:18 (50:09 / 4:50:53 / 2:56:21)
Hauschildt runs to victory at Ironman Australia
Melissa Hauschildt took the Toyota Ironman Australia win in her debut Ironman event. It wasn't until the 25km mark on the marathon though that she managed to reel in Lisa Marangon's lead. Marangon had a great race for second place,
Holtham Wins Ironman Australia
Elliot Holtham, the geophysicist, claimed first place at the Toyota Ironman Australia, Port Macquarie event today over Paul Ambrose and Nick Baldwin. Holtham flew under the radar in the lead up to this event, and he took full advantage of
Ironman Melbourne - Women's podium
After Caroline Steffen and Mary Beth Ellis spent approximately 150kms riding together over the Ironman Asia Pacific Championship Melbourne course, it was Steffen who pulled away on the run, moving to victory and reclaiming her regional Championship title from 2012.
Ironman Melbourne Men's Podium
With such a stacked field at Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship Melbourne there was no clear favourite. We expected an epic battle, and the men delivered. There were lead changes, upsets, and a lot of going to the well to get it
Ironman Melbourne: Press Conference
It's going to be an epic battle on Sunday at the Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship Melbourne - a hard race to predict! We caught some of the highlights from this morning's press conference with Caroline Steffen, Bek Keat, Mary Beth Ellis, Craig
Peter Robertson: Ironman Melbourne
We speak with triathlon legend - three time ITU World Champion, and two time Olympian - Peter 'Robbo' Robertson. After announcing his retirement back in 2010, he returned to triathlon in 2013, but was stepping up to the long course, with the
Luke McKenzie: Ironman Melbourne
We catch up with one of Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship Melbourne favourites, Luke McKenzie in the days leading into the big event. McKenzie hasn't raced since his outstanding race on the big island of Hawaii, where he became the Ironman World
Challenge Batemans Bay Top Three Men
An outstanding start list was always going to make for some impressive racing at Challenge Batemans Bay half, and the men didn't disappoint. It was Brad Kahlefeldt who ran a 1:12 to victory, with Josh Amberger coming in second with
Challenge Batemans Bay Top Three Women
The favourite going into this race was Radka Vodickova, and as predicted, Vodickova took the win at the Challenge Batemans Bay half. However, the race was on for the podium, and it was super impressive ride by recently turned professional
Specialized Aero Tips for IM Melbourne
Mark Cote from the Specialized research and development team shares his top tips on being aero for the upcoming Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship Melbourne.
Ironman NZ Women's Wrap Up
Meredith Kessler made history at the 30th anniversary of the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand event this year. Not only did she win wire-to-wire, she won for the third year in a row, breaking the course record. A monumental day
Ironman NZ men's wrap up
Estonian, Marko Albert took on the Kiwis on their home turf at the 30th anniversary of the Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand and came out victorious. He was the first out of the swim, first off the bike and first
More Aero - The Free Speed
Mark Cote, from the Specialized Research and Development team, talks about the small changes that you can make to be more aero and get some free speed over the iron-distance. Some great tips for those racing at the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain
Tim Berkel ready for IMNZ
Tim Berkel is going head to head at the 30th anniversary of the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand with some of the best athletes that New Zealand has ever produced, and the many others in this great field. After a
Tim Berkel post Challenge Melbourne
We caught up with the winner of the inaugural Challenge Melbourne half just moments after his win last Sunday. After a tough year last year with many podiums, but no number one to his belt, Berkel was stoked to take
Auckland 70.3 Top 2 Women
As predicted it was always going to come down to a battle between Annabel Luxford and Cat Morrison, and that's exactly how it panned out, with Morrison edging ahead on the run to take the win at the Ironman Asia-Pacific
Auckland 70.3 Top 2 Men
You know it's an impressive line up when the top 19 men go under the four hour mark at an Ironman 70.3 event, but it was Jan Frodeno who finished on top at Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championships in Auckland. It
Auckland 70.3 Press Conference Highlights
Press Conference from Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championships, Auckland with Cameron Brown, Catriona Morrison, Jan Frodeno, Sam Warriner, Chris Kemp, Annabel Luxford, Terenzo Bozzone, Jo Lawn, Craig Alexander and Bevan Docherty. While the athletes present at the press conference are at
Luke Bell's 2013 season
Australian Triathlete Magazine speaks with Luke Bell who has a had an amazing season - Winning his first Ironman ever at Ironman Australia, and then winning again at Ironman Mont Tremblant - North American Championships. He unfortunately didn't have the race he
Coffee with Crowie - Teaser #3
Our third instalment of a Coffee with Crowie coincides with the release of our 21.2 issue with Craig 'Crowie' Alexander on the cover, with more than a few pages dedicated to our chat with with him over a caffeinated brew.
Top Three Women At Ironman WA
Liz Lyles has had a huge end to her season racing at Ironman Lake Tahoe, Ironman World Championships and ending her season with a win and a sub nine hour performance at SunSmart Ironman Western Australia in Busselton. It was
The top Three Men at Ironman WA
Jeremy Jurkiewicz laid down a stunning performance at the SunSmart Ironman Western Australia event this morning. Not wasting any time to hit the front on the bike, he remained there all day knocking out a finish time of 8:08:16. German,
Dave Dellow Under the Radar IMWA
Dave Dellow has had tough year with injury and illness, most recently having to pull the pin on starting at the Ironman World Championships. But, out of the strong men lining up at this weekend's SunSmart Ironman Western Australia, he
Ironman WA women's press conference
The SunSmart Ironman Western Australia hits the magical ten year mark this Sunday, and in the women's field, there is no standout favourite. With a combination of previous winners and a few flying under the radar, this title could up
Ironman WA Men's Press Conference
It's the tenth running of Australia's much loved SunSmart Ironman Western Australia in the beach town of Busselton, south of Perth. 2012 winner Jimmy Johnsen was joined by Ironman Australia and Mont Tremblant winner, Australian Luke Bell, along with the
Challenge Forster Press Conference
Tomorrow marks the launch of the Challenge Family back into Australia with the first of their three race series in the home of long course racing in Australia, Forster. Over 800 athletes will swim, bike, run their way through the
Coffee with Crowie - Teaser #2
This is our second teaser from our interview with Craig 'Crowie' Alexander. After Kona Crowie had said no more Ironman races, but, is that still the case? We have more clips to come and the full in-depth interview in our 21.2
Coffee with Crowie - Teaser #1
We have an in-depth chat with Craig 'Crowie' Alexander about his decision not to return to Kona and what's to come next in his career. This is just a teaser of our interview, with more clips to come and the
With so many things available at just a click of a button, we thought it was important to remind people why they should choose to shop locally when it comes to cycling and triathlon. We caught up with Robin, Managing
SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah Runners Up
A cracking race by a top field at the SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah - Australian Pro Championships. We grabbed runners up, Tim Berkel and Annabel Luxford, plus third place getter, Sam Appleton for a chat post-race. Video also includes race day
SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah Winner, Mel Hauschildt
Mel Hauschildt continues to shine this year regaining her title as the Australian Professional Champion at the SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah event. We chat to her here at the conclusion of her outstanding race. Finish time: 4:03:46 (23:39 / 2:14:23 / 1:22:49)
SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah Winner, Terenzo Bozzone
Austrailan Triathlete Magazine chats with the elated Terenzo Bozzone who finished off a great end to his year with a win against a top field at the second running of the Ironman 70.3 Mandurah, Australian Pro Championships. Times: 3:42:59 (21:15
SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah Press Conference
Australian Triathlete Magazine attended the SunSmart Ironman 70.3 Mandurah press conference, hosting top athletes, Laura Bennett, Terenzo Bozzone, Tim Berkel, Annabel Luxford and Greg Bennett
Noosa Triathlon Runner Ups; Dan Wilson and Ashleigh Gentle
Australian Triathlete Magazine chats with the Noosa Triathlon Runner Ups, Dan Wilson (AT contributor) and Ashleigh Gentle.
2013 Noosa Winner - Emma Moffatt
Emma Moffatt takes the title of the Noosa Triathlon for the first time. We caught up with her moments after her win against a great field.
2013 Noosa winner - Aaron Royle
We caught up with 2013 winner of the Noosa Triathlon, Aaron Royle. After an a rough year with illness, he has come back firing of late.
Specialized Alias launched
We chat with Olivia the Women's Product Marketing Specialist for Specialized and Emma Carney, one of Specialized athletes about the launch of their Women's Alias bike at the Noosa Triathlon.
Noosa Press Conference Highlights
This weekend sees a star studded field for the 31st running of the Noosa Triathlon Multisport Festival. Professional/Elite triathletes, Peter Kerr, Ashleigh Gentle, Courtney Atkinson, Emma Moffatt and Mel Hauschildt headlined the press conference. Reigning champions, Peter Kerr and Ashleigh
Luke McKenzie: An espresso and a grin
We caught up with Aussie professional, Luke McKenzie, the day after the race of his life, coming second at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. He joined us with an espresso and a grin! A huge grin!
Kona Runners Up Reflections
The runners up of the 35th Ironman World Championships, Hawaii, Australian Luke McKenzie and Great Brit, Rachel Joyce chat at the press conference and reflect on what was the race of their lives to date.
Kona Champions' reflections
Ironman World Champions for 2013, Frederik Van Lierde and Mirinda Carfrae reflect at the press conference on their magical race days. Of note was Australia's Carfrae who broke both the course record and the run record. We will catch up
Aussie Pros in Kona part Three
Australian Triathlete Magazine chats to a couple more of the Aussie pros in Kona - Mirinda Carfrae, Craig Alexander and Chris Legh - unfortunately we didn't catch up with a couple of our athletes - Bek Keat, Dave Dellow (and Liz Blatchford)
Aussie Pros in Kona part Two
We chat to a couple more of the Aussie pros in Kona - Pete Jacobs and Clayton Fettell
Aussie Pros in Kona part one
We catch up with three of our Australian pros in Kona in the days leading into the Ironman World Championships, Hawaii. See what Luke Bell, Luke McKenzie and Bec Hoschke had to say here.
Sun shines on Pete Jacobs at Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast
The inaugural Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast event was a cracker with current Ironman World Champion, Pete Jacobs taking control of the race with a stomping 1:13 half marathon to take the win. Clayton Fettell held strong on the run for
Crawford takes the title on the Sunny Coast
Gina Crawford holds of fast finishing Kiyomi Niwata for the win at the inaugural Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast. Crawford, serial racer, proves once again that her method of racing for training works. She'll be heading to Kona soon for another
Sunshine Coast 70.3 Women's preview
ATTV: The Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast women's press conference with Gina Crawford and Lisa Marangon
Sunshine Coast 70.3 Men's preview
Some of the top professional men joined us for the Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast press conference - Pete Jacobs, Clayton Fettell and Tim Berkel.
Yeppoon 70.3 preview with reigning champs
One of the most relaxed events on the circuit because it navigates it's way through a resort, and it also kicks off the start of the Australian season, so those from the South flock to the sunshine. However, the professionals,
Challenge Roth Press Conference
The press conference at Challenge Roth hosted 10 professional athletes, Belinda Granger, Yvonne Van Vlerken, Caroline Steffen, Sonja Tajsich, Julia Gajer, Timo Bracht, James Cunnama, Maik Petzold, Dirk Bockel and Dylan McNeice. We captured three of the athletes who spoke
Runners Up at Ironman Cairns - Berkel and Crawford
In the men's field, Luke McKenzie stormed ahead on the bike and it was up to the challengers to try and run him down. Tim Berkel gave it his all with a phenomenal 2:44 marathon, but just ran out of
Liz Blatchford wins Ironman Cairns on debut
Liz Blatchford lined up for her debut Ironman this morning. Just over nine hours later, she claimed the Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns title with a monster battle against experienced and exceptional athlete, Gina Crawford. Result: 9:19:51 (54:13 / 5:10:23 / 3:09:38)
Luke McKenzie wins Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns
Luke McKenzie stormed ahead on the bike at the Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns. It was his lead into T2 that set him up for a fantastic win against a great field. We caught up with the elated Queenslander, who was
Ironman 70.3 Cairns press conference
The Ironman 70.3 Cairns event to be held on the same day as the full Ironman will also pack a punch with some hot contenders for the title. At the press conference, Pete Jacobs, Brad Kahlefeldt and Sarah Crowley shared
Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns Womens preview
Experience versus rookie was the theme of the press conference at the Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns for the women. Multiple Ironman champion, Gina Crawford, and first time Ironman athlete, but an extremely experienced triathlete over the shorter distance, Liz Blatchford
Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns Mens preview
The Cairns Airport Ironman Cairns is set to be a ripper with a solid men's field. Three of the top contenders were present at the press conference in the days leading into Sunday's event. Chris McCormack, Cameron Brown and Luke
Felix Walchshoefer on Challenge Australia
We chat with the very passionate owner of Challenge Family, Felix Walchshoefer on the launch of Challenge back into Australia.
Belinda Granger on Challenge Australia launch
15 time iron-distance winner, Belinda Granger, checks in on the introduction of the three new Challenge half-distance races into Australia. The woman who loves to race will be heading to Challenge Roth for the tenth time this year for her
Chris McCormack on Challenge Australia
We chat with the Challenge Family ambassador, Chris McCormack, on the launch of the Challenge Family back in Australia. McCormack is not only an ambassador for the global family, but is also a stakeholder in the new Challenge Australia.
Catching Up With Chris Legh part two
In part one of 'Catching Up With Chris Legh' we spoke about his involvement in the Urban Hotel Group IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Championships, Melbourne. In part two we talk about his career ups and downs, his advice for dealing with, and
Catching up with Chris Legh part one
We get to have a great chat with Chris Legh who made a recent return to the Ironman distance at the Urban Hotel IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Championships after a hiatus from the Ironman distance since 2007. In part one we talk
Xterra GreatOcean Road
XTERRA is back in Australia at the Great Ocean Road and we've checked out the course! We've also got Xterra ambassadors/warriors, Ben Allen and Jacqui Slack, to give us the low down on the racing format that attracts outdoor enthusiasts,
Abraham post Urban Hotel IRONMAN Melbourne
Great Britain's Corinne Abraham flew under many radars in the lead up to the Urban Hotel IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Championships in Melbourne. However after her incredible performance at this event, against a stacked field, Abraham will now be one to watch.
Llanos and Alexander post Urban Hotel Ironman Melbourne
Spain's Eneko Llanos runs himself to victory over Marino Vanhoenacker and defending champion, Craig Alexander at the Urban Hotel IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Champs, Melbourne. We catch up with Llanos and Alexander moments after their first and third places respectively. Vanhoenacker was
Ironman Melbourne Press Conference - Pro Women
The three women at the Urban Hotel IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Championships, Melbourne press conference all love to race and race often - defending champion, Caroline Steffen was joined by Meredith Kessler and Gina Crawford. The women's race has a great combination of
IRONMAN Melbourne press conference - Pro Men
The men at the press conference before the Urban Hotel IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Championships, Melbourne, had a few laughs, but make no mistake, come Sunday, it's all business, and these men know that there's big points and big dollars (in triathlon
Urban Hotel IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Champs Preview - with Luke Bell
The Urban Hotel IRONMAN Asia/Pacific Championships in Melbourne kicks off this Sunday 24th March and is boasting a stellar field. Local professional triathlete and 20+ 70.3 winner, Luke Bell, talks us through the course and what to expect.
Chris Kemp - Kemping It Real - A Day In The Life
Recent Ironman 70.3 Asia/Pacific and Australian Long Course Champion, Chris Kemp, shows us here what it's like during a typical day as a professional triathlete. We love an athlete with a sense of humour, and are stoked to have Kemp
My Kitchen Rules contestant, Chris, racing IM Melbourne
We chat to equally as smiley, Chris, one of the cousins from Melbourne, who is currently a contestant on one of Australia's highest rating shows - My Kitchen Rules. Amongst beating eggs, glazing hams and making profiteroles and spinning sugar for
A few insights with Craig 'Crowie' Alexander
We caught up with Craig 'Crowie' Alexander moments after a run session and a quick game of soccer with his kids in their new kicks in his backyard. No rest for the 3x Ironman World Champion when it comes to
The Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand Experience
Did you miss out on the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand this year? Check out our video of the IMNZ experience here, and don't forget that 2014 entries open from March 12th.
Crawford and Hammond runners up at Ironman NZ
Crawford was a strong on the bike and run, but just couldn't quite catch the storming Meredith Kessler. Hammond had the fastest run split to come third at Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand.
Albert and Brown runners up at Ironman NZ
Marko Albert took second at the Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand, after riding hard with Docherty until the last 40kms of the bike leg when he couldn't go with Docherty's power, but he held strong on the run. 10 x
Docherty's debut a huge success at IMNZ
Bevan Docherty lined up for his debut Ironman at the Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand, and not only did he take the win, but he broke the course record previously held by the man they call the King of Taupo,
Kessler wins wire to wire at Ironman NZ
After last year's Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand race was shortened to the 70.3 distance, Meredith Kessler wanted to return to Taupo to win the full Ironman, and she did it in style. Leading out of the swim by four
Gina Crawford pre Ironman NZ
Gina Crawford is going for three wins from three races in 2013. She won the Port of Tauranga Half, Challenge Wanaka and is now back for another shot at the title at the Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand, a race
Albert, Ogden and Docherty IMNZ press conf
The top five seeded men, Cam Brown, Terenzo Bozzone, Marko Albert, Courtney Ogden and Bevan Docherty have a chat at the press conference. We captured, Albert, Ogden and Docherty.
IMNZ preview with Meredith Kessler
Reigning champion, Meredith Kessler is back to defend her Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand 2012 title. Although last year's event was shortened to the 70.3 distance, because of severe weather conditions, Kessler is keen to back up with another win.
IMNZ preview Carrie Lester
Carrie Lester will be flying the Australian flag at this weekend's Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand against the likes of previous winners Meredith Kessler and Gina Crawford. Lester has recently come home from an intense six week training camp with
IMNZ preview with Terenzo Bozzone
We chat with Terenzo Bozzone in the lead up to the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman New Zealand and what it would take to beat the King of Ironman New Zealand, 10 time winner, Cam Brown.
IMNZ preview with Cam Brown
10 times Kellogg's Nutri-grain Ironman New Zealand champion, Cam Brown is back to have another shot at the title in Taupo. He takes a moment to chat to us about knowing the course inside and out, and what it's going
Matty White wins in "Tropical Tasmania", Coles Bay Half
Matty White was victorious at the Coles Bay Half on the weekend. After "packing a beanie and arm warmers," he said, he was pleasantly surprised with the conditions on the East Coast of Tasmania, making mention of the race as
Luke Bell runner up at Geelong Long Course
We catch up with Melbourne triathlete, Luke Bell runner up at the Urban Hotel Group Geelong Long Course. It took an incredible performance by Chris Kemp to take the win, as Bell was on song for this race, and is
Mel Hauschildt wins Geelong Long Course
Mel Hauschildt claims victory at the Urban Hotel Geelong Long Course event. But it wasn't easy for her after a crash in Auckland weeks earlier, causing some issues with her run training. She rallied though and beat Olympic bronze medalist,
Chris Kemp claims victory at Geelong Long Course
Chris Kemp goes two from two with a win at the Auckland 70.3 Asia/Pacific Championships, followed by the Urban Hotel Group Geelong Long Course - both races with stacked fields. The unassuming athlete is glad to be back, and obviously racing
Moffatt claims second at long course debut
Emma Moffatt comes second at the Hotel Urban Geelong Long Course, her debut long course event. Moffatt, Beijing Olympics bronze medalist, and a huge name in the world of ITU racing, signed up at the last minute for the event.
Macca's Challenge Wanaka experience
The gang from Lake Wanaka Tourism highlight Chris McCormack's entire Challenge Wanaka experience. From the beautiful, yet brutal Wanaka course, to experiencing the stunning highlights that this region has to offer. Watch out Australia, he wants to move to the
Dylan McNeice wins Challenge Wanaka
Young gun from the ITU background stepped up to the iron-distance event and took the win at Challenge Wanaka, his debut iron-distance event, against a strong field and on a tough course. 8:51:18 (47:56 / 4:58:14 / 2:59:59)
Candice Hammond runs into second at Challenge Wanaka
Candice Hammond ran herself into second place at Challenge Wanaka behind Gina Crawford and just in front of Jo Lawn, who didn't let her go easy in the dying stages of the run, producing almost a sprint finish. 9:44:22 (1:06:52
Jamie Whyte second at Challenge Wanaka
2011 winner and 2012 runner up, Jamie Whyte was gunning for the top step of the podium. A surprisingly strong race by Dylan McNeice found Whyte in second place again. Although disappointed not to take the win, he was still
Gina Crawford course breaking win at Challenge Wanaka
Amazing race by Gina Crawford to take the win for the fifth time at Challenge Wanaka and break her own course record. After a slower than normal swim due to choppy conditions, Crawford led from start to finish. 9:24:31 (59:14
Felix Walchshoefer Challenge Wanaka
We chat with the man behind the Challenge family, Felix Walchshofer. Easily one of the most passionate men in our sport, and who has actually competed twice at Challenge Wanaka. What's happening in 2013 for the Challenge Team?
Bryan Rhodes pre-Challenge Wanaka
New Zealander, Bryan Rhodes has a chat to us pre-race at Challenge Wanaka - a beautiful town just an hours drive from Queenstown, which is hosting one of the toughest iron-distance races on the planet. He's gunning for Mr McCormack, and
Jamie Whyte pre-Challenge Wanaka
2011 winner, Jamie Whyte is back after a knee injury to try and reclaim his title from two years ago. The very unassuming athlete is definitely one to watch. The silent assassin.
Candice Hammond pre-Challenge Wanaka
We talk with New Zealand's up and comer, Candice Hammond. She rocketed onto the radar at Ironman Cairns in June last year scoring the third step on the podium, and then won at MetaMan Bintan later in the year. The
Leon Griffin pre Challenge Wanaka
We talk to Aussie, Leon Griffin in the days leading into Challenge Wanaka. It's early in the year, making this race even tougher than it already is, but Griffin is using this as a platform to help map out the
Jo Lawn pre-Challenge Wanaka
Jo Lawn talks about her change of mindset leading into Challenge Wanaka and the rest of her season in 2013. It's all about going back to basics and enjoying the sport.
Macca pre-Challenge Wanaka
Chris 'MACCA' McCormack talks about his first iron-distance race on New Zealand soil. As a child he spent plenty of time holidaying in and around Wanaka, and is looking forward to racing at Challenge Wanaka tomorrow. It is also his
Jimmy Johnsen wins Ironman Western Australia
Jimmy Johnsen stepped up to the plate today at Ironman Western Australia today. He raced at Ironman Cozumel weeks earlier, and managed to back up with an impressive display. He was in the chase pack all day, and managed to
Britta Martin flies on run course for win at Ironman Western Australia
Britta Martin spent the day chasing. She had a less than ideal swim, and had to work some magic on the bike, which she did. But, it was her speed on two legs that soared her to victory for her
Horst Reichel takes 2nd at Ironman Western Australia
Horst Reichel flew out of the water with a large lead over the chasers. He held strong on the bike, and had ups and downs on the run, swapping from the lead back to third and eventually back to 2nd
Matty White, 3rd at Ironman WA
Matty White, despite feeling rubbish on the bike, had a great split and then lead the marathon for quite some time. But the charging Jimmy Johnsen flew past him as Matty started to fade. Finish 8:38:05 (51:49 / 4:38:29 / 3:03:57)
Bec Hoschke runs herself into third at IMWA
After a tough swim in choppy condition, Bec Hoschke would have to have the ride/run of her life to get to the podium. And that, she did. With a huge PB, Bec claimed the third step on the podium behind
Ironman WA preview with Jimmy Johnsen
Jimmy Johnsen is 'fresh' from a race at Ironman Cozumel and is planning on taking his recent form into this weekend's Ironman Western Australia
Ironman WA preview with Britta Martin
AT TV talks with pocket rocket, Britta Martin before her race at Ironman Western Australia this Sunday. She won her first 70.3 race at Port Macquarie in October, blowing the field apart on the run. She has placed well at
Ironman WA preview with Matty White
Australian Triathlete Magazine catches up with Matty White in the days before Ironman Western Australia. He's in good form and has been clocking up some kilometres on the run. He's feeling confident in scoring his first Ironman title this weekend.
Ironman WA preview with Bek Keat
Bek Keat is favourite heading into this weekend's Ironman Western Australia. She won back in 2004, came 2nd in 2010, and is looking to be back on top of that podium. After a course record breaking race at Shepparton 70.3
Ironman WA preview with Jason Shortis
Jason Shortis lines up for his 71st Ironman this weekend. In his words, "Busselton has been a good hunting ground for me..." How will fare against the likes of last year's winner, Timo Bracht? Have a listen to what the
Ironman WA preview with Bree Wee
AT TV talks with Kona resident, Bree Wee, who has made the trek to the west coast of Australia for a shot at Ironman Western Australia. She won at Ironman Louisville this year, and wants more points to qualify and
Ironman WA preview with Mirjam Weerd
AT TV catches up with who we think is one of the favourites in this weekend's Ironman Western Australia
Ironman WA preview with Belinda Harper
Belinda Harper is relatively new to the professional triathlon scene, but she rocketed onto everyone's radar at Ironman Cairns earlier this year. She has a strong swim/bike combo, and claims that she doesn't like hills. Busselton doesn't dish hills up
Ironman WA preview with pro surfer Clint Kimmins
Pro surfer turned age group triathlete, Clint Kimmins lines up for his second Ironman this weekend. He talks it down, but we expect he's going to have a good race this weekend, and will be high in the age group
Ironman WA preview with musician Sam Pollard
Musician, Sam Pollard has ridden from Sydney to Busselton over the past four weeks for the charity - http://www.reclink.org He will also take part in this Sunday's Ironman Western Australia... Call him crazy? Sure. But it's for a good cause.
Ironman 70.3 Shepparton Finishline and Interviews
Speed was the order of the day at Ironman 70.3 Shepparton. Bek Keat, who was looking at some early points in the season in preparation for Hawaii next year, took the women’s title. After being put in the hurt box
Ironman Shepparton Preview - The Men
It's that time of the year where athletes head to the country - Ironman 70.3 Shepparton is back - bigger and better. We catch up with some of the favourites in the men's field below: Terrenzo Bozzone, Leon Griffin, Matty White, Tim
Chat with 2XU Jamie Hunt Part 2
AT TV caught up with 2XU Co-Founder and Director of Product Development, Jamie Hunt upon his return to Australia from his tilt at the Hawaiian Ironman World Championships. In Part One of this interview we discussed his time in Kona
Chat With 2XU Jamie Hunt
AT TV caught up with 2XU Co-Founder and Director of Product Development, Jamie Hunt upon his return to Australia from his tilt at the Hawaiian Ironman World Championships. To say that this man is busy, is an absolute understatement. In
Port Mac 70.3 Men's podium
Congratulations to Clayon Fettell, Tim Berkel and James Bowstead for the top three at Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie. Fettell, like last year, led from start to finish, and the race for the rest of the podium was on! Tim Berkel,
Port Mac 70.3 Women's Podium
Congratulations to Britta Martin for her win at Ironman 70.3 Port Macqauarie on the weekend. Rebecca Hoschke and Kat Baker rounded off the podium. What a race! Kat Baker took the lead early and smashed the bike course apart, leading
Port Mac 70.3 - pre race with Tim Berkel and Clayton Fettell
Just a few days out from the Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie race, AT TV caught up with two of the race favourites (and there are a few favourites), recently crowned Australian 70.3 champion, Tim Berkel, and last year's winner, Clayton
Port Mac 70.3 - pre race with Kristy Hallett and Bec Hoschke
Tomorrow morning at 6:45am, the Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie race kicks off. AT TV caught up with two of the pro women taking on this hilly, rough and tough course - new professional, Kristy Hallett and Bec Hoschke, who is backing
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Matt Burton Part One
24 year old Matt Burton crossed the line at the Hawaiian Ironman World Championships in a time of 9:01:27, and claimed the top spot in his age group, the second fastest age grouper overall on the day, and the fastest
2XU Ambassador Interview: Terenzo Bozzone
Our friends at 2XU share with us their footage from a photo-shoot with 2XU Ambassador, Terenzo Bozzone: ‘What does it take to be a five time World Champion? To find out, we headed along to our first ever photoshoot with
TRI to Fight Cancer
How far would you go to fight cancer? When Brisbane triathlete Adam Smiddy passed away to an aggressive melanoma aged 26 his friends created ‘Smiling for Smiddy’ - an annual program of cycling and triathlon challenge events which support world-class research
2XU 2011 Hawaii Ironman world Champs Highlights
The gang at 2XU wrap up this year’s first Ironman Melbourne, Asia Pacific Championships into a neat 90sec package: “The inaugural Ironman Melbourne took place on Sunday March 25, 2012 and proved a stunning event for all 2XU athletes. As
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Ironman Melbourne 2015
You've seen his work before in the pages of our magazine and at Ironman Melbourne Asia Pacific Championships we had the master Korupt Vision on the ground to capture the race and week as it unfolded - through his lens this
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