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  1. Tyno

    Run Hundred

    In the same vein as Winter Fish, also inspired by a ST idea I've never done with them, comes: Run Hundred What's it about? It's about running. For 100 days. NOT continuously, but consistently. What constitutes a run? 20 minutes or more of running in one session. What is running? If you classify what you're doing as running, then it counts. Run/walk, water run, slow jog, sprint interval, whatever. What if I run more than once in a day? If you have more than one session in a day that has 20 minutes of running in it, each one counts. When does it start? I will start on Friday 11 May. This means day 100 is August 19, (Sunshine Coast Marathon event day.) If you start on Wednesday 23 May, day 100 is August 31. What categories are there? Baby Steps - 25 + runs in 100 days. Step Up - 50 + runs in 100 days. Steppin Wolf - 75 + runs in 100 days. Gump Step - 100 + runs in 100 days. Where do I record my runs? Wherever you normally do, Trannies strava page is a good option. Or here. Talk it up, sledge your friends. Sledge your enemies. Sledge roxii, go nuts. What is Tyno aiming for? Step Up. Maybe 1/2 marathon on the last day, we'll see. Will you be my running buddy?
  2. Challenge Wanaka attracts world-class record-breaking field for 2017 Some of the world’s leading professional triathletes will race alongside a record age group field at the bucket-list Challenge Wanaka in New Zealand’s Southern Alps on 18 February. More here: http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=623
  3. roxii

    A new way to get to Roth

    Challenge are now offering spots to Roth from their other races. http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=234
  4. Challenge continues the Asian expansion of triathlon with the announcement of Challenge Jeju, Korea http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=524
  5. Pete

    Challenge Melbourne 2016

    Was spectating at the race yesterday and I notice a tranny cap or two in my travels. Looked like a pretty good race with much better conditions than previous years. Had some unofficial feedback from TOs that drafting and other bike course infractions were down to unprecedentedly low levels. Also had a sprint distance that (I think) is equivalent to hex man (1/3 of 1/2 IM) distance that seemed to be pretty popular. Not so much interest on Trannies - are we less keen on half IM distance events, or just over Melbourne..?!
  6. Challenge have released a list of the top money earners for the first half of the year. Daniella Ryf and Terenzo Bozzone top the respective lists. Have a read here: http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=356
  7. New Zealand's Terenzo Bozzone continued his unbeaten 2015 record over the half distance today winning Challenge Taiwan. Read more here: http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=242
  8. Challenge Family announces Challenge Regensburg Regensburg, one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Germany, will host the second Challenge Family race over the full distance in Germany on 14 August 2016, it was announced today. More info here http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=192
  9. roxii

    Lachie's Blog

    Here is the latest installment of Lachies blog from Challenge Melbourne. http://transitions.org.au/index.php?a=169
  10. Gomez to start his season in Dubai. Shaping up to be a good race. http://transitions.org.au/showarticle.php?cid=154&p=10
  11. So competition is good for all of us looking to race. Ironman is the incumbent and are doing a pretty good job, one thing I have noticed is that now most races are being run by Ironman Asia Pacific, with the same crew traveling to each race which gives the athlete consistency of experience in both half and full Ironman distance races. Aside from the M-Dot and Kona what do Challenge need to do in Australia to get a better market share, do they need to put their own boots on the ground and run the races themselves rather than license them out? Do they need to attack the full distance? What will get the punters in? What do "we" want?? PS Still trying to get some contact details for whoever is the head honcho of Challenge in Aus to get a dialogue happening,if anyone knows who it is or has some details.
  12. Challenge Family and MaccaX have announced a multi-year partnership between the world's fastest-growing long-distance triathlon series and the online coaching platform run by two of triathlon's most successful athletes ever, Chris "Macca" McCormack and Belinda Granger. More info here: http://transitions.org.au/showarticle.php?cid=138&p=10
  13. Challenge have announced a regional championship for "The Americas". Is this the start of something bigger?? http://transitions.org.au/showarticle.php?cid=108&p=10
  14. Just for Bahrain at the moment but could this be the next step in the war for market share? http://www.transitions.org.au/showarticle.php?cid=86&p=10 (Do not let this become a rant about Bahrain please)
  15. noelski

    Challenge - are they coming back?

    So after they got the shaft from WTC/USM, has anyone heard if Challenge plan to put on another Australian event?
  16. World Triathlon Corporation knows better than most how much goes into preparing for an Ironman race. The average athlete getting ready for a full-distance race spends more than seven months training between 18 and 30 hours a week. The sacrifices aren't just undertaken by athletes, either - support from family and friends is a critical part of any athlete's preparation. In recognition of that commitment, the Ironman team would like to offer the athletes who were registered for the recently postponed Challenge Cape Town the opportunity to compete in one of the remaining Ironman races in 2011. The remaining events include Ironman Florida, Arizona, Cozumel and Western Australia. While these events have been sold out for months, Ironman is prepared to handle the overflow on an emergency basis due to the extraordinary nature of the situation. Interested age group athletes should contact athleteservices@ironman.com (professionals should contact proregistration@ironman.com) with their request and proof of entry. Based on availability, Ironman will do their best to accommodate requests on a first-come, first-served basis.
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