If you’re in it to win it, this is the place to be for you! Here you’ll find the most inspirational before, during and after race advice from athletes and experts.
Open-water swimming is totally different than swimming in a pool but fear not: Here’s advice from 16 triathletes who have been there, swam it, and lived to tell the victorious tale.
Before jumping in the pool, clipping in, or lacing up, here’s what three-time Ironman and NYC-based coach Christopher Baker says you should keep in mind when training for your first triathlon.
Whether you’re a first-timer or an ambitious PB chaser, these tips from a pro coach will help you achieve your goal and cross that finish line.
How should you prepare during the final four weeks before a marathon? First, reach your peak. Then, cut back and sharpen the knife.
Focusing on a PR can be fun, but there are other race-day goals to consider. Consider one of these 6 race goals the next time you show up to the start line.
You spent months training for your goal race and now it’s over. What comes next? Read these 5 pieces of advice for building your post-race training plan.
Starting to feel nervous before your goal race? Utilize this advice from Polar athlete and Olympian Kate Grace to help calm your pre-race nerves.
For some athletes, there comes a time when the racing shoes need to be retired. Read 3 athletes’ stories of their final finish lines – and what came next.
Whether your goal is a Couch-to-5K or an ultramarathon, consider these five factors before hitting the registration button and signing up for a race.
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