Online registration is now available for the 2009 Ford Ironman Louisville, Ironman 70.3 Boise and Amica Ironman 70.3 Rhode Island events.
Ford Ironman Louisville
Event details: Sunday, August 30, 2009
· 6:50 a.m. pro start,
· 7:00 a.m. age group start
· Online registration can be accessed by
· Entry Fee: $525.00 (USD)
Ironman 70.3 Boise
Event details: Saturday, June 13, 2009
· 2:00 p.m. race start
· Online registration can be accessed by visiting Boise
· Entry fees:
- $210.00 from 9/01/2008 - 12/31/2008
- $230.00 from 1/01/2009 - 4/30/2009
- $250.00 from 5/01/2009 - 6/12/2009
Amica Ironman 70.3 Rhode Island
Event details: Saturday, July 12, 2009
· 6:00 a.m. race start
· Online registration can be accessed by visiting Rhode Island
· Entry fees:
- $210.00 from 9/01/2008 - 12/31/2008
- $230.00 from 1/01/2009 - 5/31/2009
- $250.00 from 6/01/2009 - 7/11/2009
For more information on Ironman or Ironman 70.3, visit the official Web site at www.ironman.com.
We look forward to seeing you at the races!
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
OK New York City triathlon registration is coming fast November 1st so don't miss one of the tri states best and fastest swim triathlon.
Also you have CGI Racing putting on 4 great and fun filled events for 2009. You have 3 for all:
BLACK BEAR TRIATHLON - MAY 31st
NEW JERSEY STATE TRIATHLON - JULY 26th
NORTH EAST TRIATHLON - AUGUST 16th
And one that is only for the women:
PHILADELPHIA WOMEN'S TRIATHLON/DUATHLON - JULY 12th
If you have not had the opportunity to be part of at least one of CGI or NYC triathlons, it really is wonderful. CGI has a fun filled environment that has music open setting for great transitions and events for the spectators.
If nothing else sign up for at least one of the above you will not be disappointed.
Monday, October 13, 2008
Social networking can be fun and making connections that help you train or meet new people that have your same interest is important. Welcome to Athelte Focus a in depth place that is all about sport.
AthleteFocus is an online community for action sports athletes of all abilities. It is the place for athletes to connect with each other, coaches, fans, and sponsors. AthleteFocus is a developmental tool which allows athletes on their way to competitive success gain insight into their sport, and gain exposure on a local, regional, national, and international level. It is the place for independent trainers and coaches to connect with potential students, near and far. AthleteFocus is the place for competitors ready for sponsorship to connect with organizations looking for athlete representation. AthleteFocus is the place to immerse yourself in sport, and maximize your exposure.
Friday, October 10, 2008
So every once in a while we need to decompress and not take everything so series. For sum the season is over and watching this weekends Ironman will be very rewarding. Take a couple months off let your body heal and enjoy everything around you, the last 9/10 months have been all about training and competition.
Enjoy your fall and RELAX
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
30 years has gone by and for some I am sure it feels like yesterday when just a handful where standing on the line to start the 1st Ironman. It all started with an announcement at the Waikiki Swim Club Awards in 1977. To settle a "lively discussion" about who were the fittest athletes, swimmers, bikers or runners, John Collins and his wife Judy came up with the idea of combining the Waikiki Roughwater Swim, the Around-Oahu Bike Race (shortened by two miles to make for an easier transition) along with the Honolulu Marathon.
That race was won by Gordon Haller. John Collins finished in just over 17 hours, the time that has become the official cut off time for the event. A year later Tom Warren won and it was the feature on Warren and the race in Sports Illustrated that set the wheels rolling for Ironman to become a worldwide phenomenon.
So to start the week off right, leading up to the Ironman Championship Ironman has launched a special section all for KONA. You can find News, Course Maps, Race Coverage and much more, plus on Saturday, October 11th 2008 you can watch the race live on your computer. Get ready finish the season off right, in a chair watching the Ironman.
Thursday, October 2, 2008
Many things have change this year, the market has crashed, housing sucks but the best part of all is that more people are biking. With that more are biking to work, you should get familiar with they type of equipment you should have.
Biking to work can save someone loads of money and lots of calories - all the while, the earth, too. But bike-commuting isn't always easy - there are many things a rider needs to know to get to work on time, safely, and happily. Expert bikers Roni Sarig and Paul Dorn teach potential bikers the tips and tricks to traveling to and from work. From buying the right bike, to fueling the body, to road safety, this all-inclusive primer will get bikers on the road in no time. Whether someone is buying a first bike or is a bicycle enthusiast, this book will teach how to: buy the right equipment; pick a route; weather-proof the ride; maintain the bike; follow traffic laws and ride safely; and enjoy the experience! Like a roadmap for the future, this guide teaches bikers how to make a difference in their bodies, wallets, and communities - and get to work - today.