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Luxury Meets Athleticism: 5 years strong

Luxury Meets Athleticism: 5 years strong

The antidote to procrastination

The antidote to procrastination

Story via SarasotaDay.Com

The GNC Longboat Key Triathlon and Duathalon celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, and the well-respected sporting event remains high on the bucket list for those who enjoy pushing their bodies to the limit.

Forming a global nation, the triathletes who travel to Sarasota to take part in the annual endurance test will be once again be looking forward to a combination of luxury and limb-busting sporting bonhomie that can take the most fleet of foot up to 90 minutes to complete.

As with all triathlons, the ability to overcome the inevitable long-distance swimming, cycling and running endurance tests is paramount.

“It’s extremely competitive,” said Tony Driscoll, CEO of TDA Global Sports, the promoter for the event.

“But this is, for a triathlon, a very luxurious setting,” continued Driscoll. “It’s second to none. The athletes are treated to a luxurious reward for their commitment.”

And Driscoll insists Sarasota can go the extra mile in the face of competition.

“Many of the athlete’s want to test themselves in Sarasota simply because this triathlon takes care of all the participants’ needs after the race is over. Why? Because most athletes will have experienced the usual attitude of ‘Hey, well done for finishing. Here’s a bottle of water and a banana.’

“This event is far from that business model,” Driscoll said.

“This triathlon is an upscale event that attracts athletes who want to compete,” Driscoll continued. “But they also want their sense of achievement recognized.

“I don’t care if they’re professional or amateur athletes. I’ll make sure they are rewarded for their efforts.”

For more information or to preregister, visit lbktriathlon.com

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Sarasota FIT Triathlon — May 4, 2014 at Benderson Park

Sarasota FIT Triathlon — May 4, 2014 at Benderson Park

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FIT Triathlon - May 4, 2014 in Sarasota, FL at Benderson Park

FIT Triathlon – May 4, 2014 in Sarasota, FL at Benderson Park

I will be out there vounteering at the Finish Line, so make sure to say Hello when you finish STRONG!!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where and when is packet pickup?
A: Packet pick up is on Saturday from 2:00-6:00 pm at race site.

Q: What time does transition open?
A: Transition will open at 5:00 am race morning and close at 6:45am so plan accordingly. Parking will be ON SITE beginning at 5:15 am.

Q: Can I pick up my race packet race morning?
A: Yes. starting at 5:00 am

Q: Will there be an aid station for the bike?
A: NO… Please bring your own hydration/nutrition for the bike. There is not a water station on the bike route, but there will be water stops on the run portion of the event.

Q: Can I use a mountain bike?
A: Sure! Party on…. Except there is no “fat tire” division so you’ll be racing against others who might have a more aerodynamic machine… but don’t worry you’re a much better runner so you’ll smoke ’em on the final run!!!!

Q: Can I wear my wetsuit?
A: Probably not. Race officials will make final determination on race morning but we’ve never had a wetsuit legal race…

Q: Can I pick up someone’s race packet for them at the Expo?
A: NO. You must pick up your own packet as you have to sign the waiver. No exceptions! All participants MUST have a Valid USAT ID… You can purchase a one day or annual membership at the Expo or on race morning… THIS INCLUDES ALL MEMBERS OF RELAYS!!!!!!

Q: Will I get a medal?
A: Depends…There is a very cool finisher’s medal for everyone who completes the International Triathlon (but not the Sprint Triathlon or Sprint Duathlon). This is in tradition with premier races throughout the country. And there are very cool awards for: 1st, 2nd and 3rd place age-group winners in both the International Triathlon and the Sprint Triathlon; 1st place overall relay winners; and of course, special recognition to the male and female overall winners for all three events.

Q: Will I get a T-shirt?
A: YES! (Guaranteed for the first 700 REGISTRANTS)

St. Anthony’s Triathlon results 2014

St. Anthony’s Triathlon results 2014

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If triathlon was easy they'd call it football starring Sally Smith

If triathlon was easy they’d call it football starring Sally Smith

2013 Longboat Key Triathlon results

2013 Longboat Key Triathlon results

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The Perfect Workout For 40+: Triathlon Training

The Perfect Workout For 40+: Triathlon Training


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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Englewood Triathlon 2013 Results

Englewood Triathlon 2013 Results



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St. Anthony’s Triathlon 2013 results

St. Anthony ‘s triathlon 2013 results


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Gator Half & Olympic Triathlon 2013 results

Gator Half & Olympic Triathlon 2013 results

Gator Half Jersey

Gator Half Jersey

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HITS Ocala Olympic and Half Triathlon 2013 Results

HITS Ocala Olympic and Half Triathlon 2013 Results

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