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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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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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70.3, First Out Of The Water, Helix, IRONMAN, triathlon, World Championships -

The 2016 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship moved to the Sunshine Coast of Australia earlier this month and a field of 75 professionals athletes competed for the $250,000 prize purse. The swim had the additional element of difficultly with large swells, but it didn't slow down blueseventy athlete Lauren Brandon (USA) who exited Mooloolaba beach leading all women in the high profile race. Brandon's 22:53 split led Holly Lawrence by 29 seconds with Radka Vodickova, Annabel Luxford, Leanda Cave, Daniela Ryf and more following closely behind.  Radka Vodickova & Leanda Cave lead the chase pack out of the water In the men's race Australia’s Josh Amberger was...

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Helix, IRONMAN, Pete Jacobs, triathlon, video -

2012 IRONMAN World Champion, Pete Jacobs, took his new pro edition HELIX wetsuit for a swim in his Endless Pools FastLane. Regarded as one of the worlds premier long-course swimmers and runners, he shares some crucial swim tips as well as not shy away from being critical on his own technique (stop dropping that wrist Pete). Interesting insight from a world champion triathlete.

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