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From ER to Half Ironman

By RACHEL HOADLEY-CLAUSEN 05/29/2019, 11:15am MDT

Rachel Hoadley-Clausen nearly lost a leg in a terrible accident--but fought back. Today, she's thriving.

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Women of Colorado State Earn Historic Podium Sweep at USA Triathlon Collegiate Club National Championships

By USA Triathlon 04/06/2019, 6:47pm MDT

Hayley Belles and Jack Felix earn individual titles, while Queens dominated the men's race.

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Tamara Gorman Takes Fourth to Lead U.S. at New Plymouth ITU World Cup

By USA Triathlon 03/31/2019, 11:59am MDT

What Female Athletes Need to Know About Fueling

By BY HEIDI STRICKER 03/26/2019, 10:45am MDT

Women have historically been excluded from research studies in sports science because our hormones are “too difficult and variable to study.”

My Daughter has Angelman Syndrome. She's The Reason Why I Race

By DEANNA MCCURDY 03/25/2019, 10:00pm MDT

I signed up for my first triathlon nine years ago. My 16-month-old daughter, Hayden, had just been diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome (AS), a rare genetic disorder that affects one in every 15,000 births.

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Coe College Becomes First School in Iowa to Offer Varsity Women's Triathlon

By USA TRIATHLON | MARCH 21, 2019, 11:02 A.M. (ET) 03/21/2019, 11:00am MDT

USA Triathlon today announced Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, as the first school in the state to offer women’s triathlon as a varsity sport. Coe is the 29th school nationwide, and the 11th at the NCAA Division III level, to add women’s triathlon to its varsity offerings.

How to Train for an IRONMAN on a Budget

By Natalya Jones 03/18/2019, 4:30pm MDT

Aside from time constraints, chafing, a middling social life and pain, one giant factor regularly deters sane people from attempting an IRONMAN race: money.

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Tomlin Takes Silver at Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup

By USA TRIATHLON 03/16/2019, 10:45am MDT

Renée Tomlin (Ocean City, N.J.) looked in top form Saturday at the ITU Triathlon World Cup in Mooloolaba, Australia, grabbing a silver medal to kick off her 2019 season.

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Eastern Mennonite University Adds Women's Triathlon as Varsity Sport

By USA TRIATHLON 03/12/2019, 5:00pm MDT

USA Triathlon today announced Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, as the latest school to add women’s triathlon to its varsity sport offerings. The NCAA Division III program will begin practice on Aug. 18 and will field its inaugural team in competitions this fall.

How To Balance Training For An Ironman Distance Race, Working Full Time And A Side Hustle

By Natalya Jones, Contributor. Reader. Writer. Runner 03/09/2019, 4:00pm MST

When people tell me they don’t have time to train for an ironman distance race, I laugh. Technically speaking, unless one is retired or unemployed, no one has time: you have to make time.

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