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REV3 Venice, Florida Half (70.3) & Olympic distance 2014 triathlon results

REV3 Venice, Florida Half (70.3) & Olympic distance 2014 triathlon results

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Former REV3 Florida Medals

GATOR HALF TRIATHLON “florida’s fastest half” 2014 Results

GATOR HALF TRIATHLON “florida’s fastest half” 2014 Results

Ironman Logo - M-DOT

Ironman Logo – M-DOT

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Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL Results 2014

Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL Results 2014

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Ironman Logo – M-DOT

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Here, another reminder that you really have no excuse for not getting enough exercise.

Here, another reminder that you really have no excuse for not getting enough exercise.

By Mike Krumboltz, Yahoo News
November 18, 2013

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triathlete tattoo

In 2005, Karen Aydelott was struck by a car, seriously injuring one of her legs, ABC-15 reported. Three years later, despite undergoing several surgical procedures, Aydelott was told that the leg needed to be amputated.

Fast-forward to this past weekend. Aydelott, now 67 according to Ironman.com, finished another Ironman, this one in Arizona. Ironman triathlons include a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike race and a full marathon (26.2 miles of fun).

Aydelott had completed the epic endurance races before. In fact, this most recent race was her 29th, according to ABC-15.

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However, this competition proved special because unlike last month’s Ironman World Championship in Hawaii during which she suffered complications with her prosthetic, Aydelott was able to finish before the race’s midnight cutoff. She finished in 16 hours, 11 minutes and 12 seconds, according to Ironman.com.

Before the race, Aydelott told ABC-15 that her thoughts on the competitions have changed since undergoing her surgery. “It is a tough race either way,” she said. “You still have goals, but maybe instead of trying to win you focus on finishing. There is the same feeling of accomplishment.”

In 2007, Scott Rigsby became the first double amputee to complete an Ironman competition with prosthethics, according to WALB. Rigsby, who lost one leg right after high school when he was dragged beneath a truck trailer and later had the other leg amputated because of complications from the accident, finished the race in 16 hours, 42 minutes and 46 seconds. He was 39 at the time.

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Rev3 2013 Florida Triathlon — Venice, FL — Results

Rev3 2013 Florida Triathlon — Venice, FL — Results

Jonell Dreznin REV3

Jonell Dreznin REV3

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Ironman 70.3 Augusta Results 2013

Ironman 70.3 Augusta Results 2013

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The Perfect Workout For 40+: Triathlon Training

The Perfect Workout For 40+: Triathlon Training

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By Jenna Bergen

Research and writing by Lara Rosenbaum

There are plenty of things to love about getting older—you’ve learned to appreciate the little things (a purring cat on your lap, the first strawberry of summer, comfortable heels that go with everything), you’ve made peace with your faults (or at least most of them), and you can eat dessert before dinner and no one is going to say you can’t. But the wisdom of age also brings another inevitability: “Bodies change as we age,” says physiologist Tom Holland, C.S.C.S., author of The 12-Week Triathlete. Hormone levels change, and you naturally lose metabolism-revving muscle mass starting around age 30—about half a pound a year. As a result, metabolism slows, making weight gain easier. (Click Here <—=== For some nutrition products to help maintain healthy living)

One of the best ways to stay fit and injury-free in your 30s, 40s, and beyond is one many women have already discovered: triathlons—a race where you swim, bike, and run, one sport immediately following the other. Nearly 40% of triathletes are now women, and female participation has jumped 10% over the last decade, according to USA Triathlon. What’s more, the largest membership increase is within the 30 to 49 age groups, and the average triathlon participant is 38.

Why the buzz? “It’s essentially forced cross-training,” Holland explains.

Ready to follow Donovan’s lead? Here are a few things you need to know about triathlons before you get started:

* Make your first race a sprint triathlon. This is the shortest distance—usually a half-mile swim, 12-mile bike, and 3-mile run. Most beginners will finish the race in about 2 hours.
The average training plan for a sprint triathlon lasts about 6 to 8 weeks.

* You don’t have to invest in a ton of fancy equipment. You can ride any working bike—yes, even a mountain bike or beach cruiser. Many local bike shops will rent you a bike for a day.

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If triathlon was easy, they'd call it football!

If triathlon was easy, they’d call it football!

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Ironman 70.3 Boulder, CO — 2013 results

Ironman 70.3 Boulder, CO — 2013 results

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Ironman 70.3 Haines City, Florida RESULTS

Ironman 70.3 Haines City, Florida RESULTS

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Gator Half & Olympic Triathlon 2013 results

Gator Half & Olympic Triathlon 2013 results

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Gator Half Jersey

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