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  • Gallery: 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship

    Images from the 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship, held Aug. 30 in Zell Am See, Austria. Germany's Jan Frodeno and Switzerland's Daniela Ryf claimed victory, while Jesse Thomas and Alicia Kaye were the top Americans. Paul Phillips/Competitive Image

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    Stay on Course

    Do you have trouble staying focused and swimming straight during the swim? Here are seven tips to help tune out the chaos and have a strong, confident first leg in your next race. Rich Cruse

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    Just Added: Standard-Distance Open Race at WTS Chicago

    Due to high demand, ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Chicago is pleased to announce the addition of the Open Age-Group Standard Race to the schedule of events. Secure your spot today for the Sept. 19 race, held in conjunction with the previously scheduled sprint race. Paul Phillips/Jonathan Phillips/Competitive Image

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    My Story: Supporting a Triathlete

    When a 9-year-old girl watched the IRONMAN World Championship on TV and told her parents she wanted to do triathlon, Judy Noyola started researching a sport she knew nothing about.

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    Protein for the Aging Endurance Athlete

    Do aging athletes get enough protein in their diets? Coach Brian Klepacki examines the importance of protein and how it affects training. Here's what you need to know to maximize your performance.

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    Rules Education: Swim Conduct

    This week's rule is Article 4.2 — Bottom Contact and Resting. The rule allows participants to walk when the water is shallow enough. It does not allow you to move forward using lane lines or ropes. Ken Scar/USA Triathlon

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    Recovering from Illness and Injury Psychologically

    Recovering psychologically from illness or injury is just as important as the physical recovery. Part II of this series includes some tips on making the recovery process fun and beneficial. Paul Phillips

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