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St James Park - The London Marathon Finish Line

St Jame’s Park includes The Mall and Horse Guards Parade, and is surrounded by landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Whitehall. Read more

Clock Posted Aug 13, 2019

Races & Places, Run, Run / Trail Run, Sports Travel, Stories

The Cutty Sark

The London Marathon passes by some of history’s most famous buildings and landmarks including Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament. One of the more interesting but sometimes lessor known landmarks is at the 10km mark of the marathon course where an aid station is positioned. Read more

Clock Posted Aug 13, 2019

IRONMAN Busselton

News, Races & Places, Sports Travel, Stories, Triathlon

Beautiful Busselton

Busselton, the seaside town 4.5 hours south of Perth in Western Australia, is most famous for its IRONMAN race in December. However, there is more to explore in this beautiful region, and visitors are delighted by its surprising discoveries. Read more

Clock Posted Aug 13, 2019

News, Races & Places, Sports Travel, Stories, Travel Tips, Triathlon, Triathlon

Kona, Hawaii

Tri Travel have been hosting their famous Hawaii Tour to the IRONMAN for 19 years. They are the Hawaii experts, and they show their tour members that there is more than just triathlon on the Big Island. Read more

Clock Posted Aug 13, 2019

News, Stories

Greg Bennett

Greg Bennett is one of the sport's most enduring athletes, having achieved great success over the Olympic distance and non-drafting format and more recently transferred that to the longer form of the sport. Read more

Clock Posted Aug 13, 2019

Races & Places, Stories, Adventure Racing

Australians in the hunt at Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Australians Alex Hunt and James Pretto are leading the charge to be the first foreign multi-sport athletes to win the Kathmandu Coast to Coast longest day world Championship men’s event in 26 years. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 31, 2019

News, Stories

Partners In Pain

Have you been in a triathlon and seen two triathletes ‘tethered’ together during the swim and the run leg or have you seen triathletes on a tandem bike? Paul McGlynn gives us a touching insight into being a visually impaired triathlete guide. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 25, 2019

News, Stories, Training Centre, Run / Trail Running

What kind of parkrunner are you?

Within the world of parkrun, there are many different types of parkrunners. From the millions of people who turn up at a parkrun around Australia, you are bound to spot one of the following types of parkrunners. But, the big question is, what kind of parkrunner are you? Read more

Clock Posted Jan 25, 2019

News, Stories, Training Centre, Wellness, Recovery

Find Time for Pilates

The benefits of Physio based pilates being integrated into your regular routine. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 25, 2019

News, Races & Places, Sports Travel, Stories, Adventure Racing, Adventure Racing

A Life Full of Adventure

Multisport Magazine caught up with Sam Clark. Sam completed a hat-trick of titles at The Kathmandu Coast 2 Coast in 2018 and is likely to be staying at the top of the sport for a while yet. You’ll see why in this interview. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 25, 2019

News, Races & Places, Sports Travel, Stories, Triathlon, Triathlon, Endurance

The Final Fling

What do you do when it dawns on you that continuing a life that allowed you to chase the endless summer of triathlon may no longer be possible? You go out with a bang! Here’s Mark’s account of his ‘final fling’ at long course racing; three epic events across three countries, in three consecutive weekends. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 25, 2019

News, Races & Places, Run, Run / Trail Run, Stories, Accessories

Brimelow wins Wild Earth Coastal High 50

Wild Earth caught up with Tom Brimelow, the recently crowned Wild Earth Coastal High 50 2016 Champion. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 24, 2019

News, Races & Places, Run, Stories, Swim, Endurance

Ali's Day Out!

Coolangatta Gold is steeped in a strong and prestigious history on the Gold Coast, and is also one of the most challenging endurance races in surf sports. What began as the central theme for a motion picture 30 years ago has now commanded a place on Australia’s annual sports calendar. On October 16, 2016 the tradition continued as two worthy champions again took their place on top of the podium in the endurance event that combines swimming, running, board paddling and surf skiing. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 24, 2019

Races & Places, Sports Travel, Stories, Transfers, Travel Tips, Triathlon, Triathlon, Overseas Racing, Sport 3 Events and Tours

My Hawaii

The 2016 edition of the Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii saw a star’s reputation enhanced even further and a record breaking performance. But this story focuses on four inspiring stories from age-group athletes who all found strength in the lava fields of Kona and were willing to share their story of ‘My Hawaii’ with our readers. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 24, 2019

News, Races & Places, Stories, Triathlon, Triathlon

Local Boy Bozzone Finally Wins At Home

Terenzo Bozzone (NZL) and Laura Siddall (GBR) were crowned champions at Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand on a day that saw race records smashed as the event celebrated 20 years in Taupo and 34 years in total, second only to the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona, which celebrates 40 years this October. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 23, 2019

News, Races & Places, Stories, Triathlon

Shimano Husky Triathlon Festival - Making the Pilgrimage

For the past 13 years Huskisson has been so much more than a spectacular holiday spot. For NSW and ACT triathletes Huskisson is the destination of their annual February holiday, a pilgrimage that attracts in excess of 4500 participants and 10,000 spectators. Each year this number swells as athletes are starting to flock not only from interstate but international origins as well. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 23, 2019

News, Stories, Mindset

Who has more influence than the influencer?

Phil Stoneman talks the role influencers play in the media and sponsorship mix in comparison to athlete endorsement. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 23, 2019

News, Races & Places, Sports Travel, Stories, Training Centre, Bike, Bike, Cycle, Domestic Racing, Mindset, Sport 3 Events and Tours

Puka Up: More than just a ride

In 2016, 2866 people tragically lost their lives to suicide. The Puka Up Ride took 28 riders and ten support staff from Sydney to Melbourne. A 1433km journey – 2km for every life lost of the 2866. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 23, 2019

News, Stories

The New Boss, Miles Stewart

Former International Editor for US Triathlete magazine, Shane Smith caught up with new Triathlon Australia CEO, Miles Stewart at his favourite café on the Gold Coast and chatted about triathlon over a short black and a vanilla latte. Read more

Clock Posted Jan 23, 2019