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Helix, races, racing, Success, Super League Triathlon, triathlon -

Hayden Wilde is one of New Zealand's up and coming triathletes - fresh off the back of competing in the unique Super League Triathlon Series - he reflects on what it means for him...and how this new format of racing is changing the game.

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freedom, open water swimming, swimming, swimrun -

Steven (aka Seamen) Morris is a proud blueseventy New Zealand Ambassador represents those of us that are not elite athletes. Steven's story as to his WHY for swimming is a reminder of the mental freedom exercise in the wide open outdoors (and especially the open water) gives us! "At my best I could have been described as a slightly above average Age Group Triathlete.  I no longer compete in Triathlon but my once strong competitive spirit is threatening to come back thanks to discovering the relatively new and FUN sport of Swimrun.  You will be relieved to learn however, that this article isn’t about...

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Injuries, IRONMAN, training -

Coping with injury - staying positive and focused on next stages can be a challenge.  Claire gives us her tips on how to manage the emotional process and come out the other side stronger and more ready than ever.

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Element Goggle, Helix, IRONMAN, IRONMAN Brazil, sponsorship, Tim Don, triathlon -

blueseventy athlete Tim Don set the fastest IRONMAN time ever - 7:40:23 - over the weekend at IRONMAN Brazil. Don put together a stellar 44:16 swim (3.8km), 4:06 bike (180km), and a 2:44:46 marathon run. Don arrived in Florianópolis on a hot streak with wins already this season at IRONMAN 70.3 Campeche in Mexico and 70.3 Liuzhou in China. Tim Don exits El Divino Beach in Florianópolis, Brazil in the HELIX full suit and Element goggles on his way to the fastest IRONMAN time ever. Photo by Wagner Araújo. The Brit became the fastest athlete to ever finish an IRONMAN brand race. The former ITU...

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Kate Bevilaqua, triathlon, ULTRAMAN, ULTRAMAN World Championships -

In an era of epic competitions, ULTRAMAN sits at the top of the food chain: A three-day, 320 mile (515k) race against oneself. Founded in 1983, the World Championships is held annually in late November on the Big Island of Hawaii where heat, humidity and winds all add to the challenge.The race is limited to only 40 athletes on an invitation-only basis and attracts participants from around the world who seek to explore the extreme in physical and mental ability. Each racer must be accompanied by a support team over the entire course. The female winner of the 2016 ULTRAMAN...

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