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    Become a Recovery Machine

    Training hard is a requirement for optimal performance, but so is proper recovery. Use these simple recovery strategies to enhance your ability to train hard and avoid injuries. Rich Cruse

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    #ILoveRudyUSAT Contest

    USA Triathlon and Rudy Project have teamed up to create a USA Triathlon Custom sunglass and helmet collection. Post a photo of yourself on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram in any Rudy Project gear along with finishing the sentence “#ILoveRudyUSAT because …” for the chance to win a new USA Triathlon-branded Wing57 aerodynamic aero-tri-road helmet!

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    Team USA Takes on Chicago

    At the 2015 ITU World Championships, the U.S. team boasted nearly 1,200 athletes — the biggest Team USA to date. With gutsy performances and inspiring finishes, Team USA athletes left their mark on the city of Chicago and the world of triathlon. Check out highlights from the event week in the #WTSChicago social story. Nils Nilsen/N2PHOTOservices

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    5 Dinner Tips for Busy Athletes

    Athletes squeeze so much into a day; it's easy to see why dinner may be an afterthought. But, that's not an excuse. Here are five tips to fuel smarter, save time in the kitchen and make dinner a priority.

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    My Story: Battle at Buckhorn

    One age-grouper's worst nightmare came true: she forgot her transition bag at home. Thanks to a supportive triathlon community, she not only found a way to race — but she topped the podium.

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    Lower the Miles, Up the Intensity

    When it comes to running, triathletes tend to believe more mileage is better — valuing distance over speed. That's a mistake, coaches say, since the quickest way to get faster is speed work. Paul Phillips

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