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Current Issue: Fall 2013

USA Triathlon Magazine Fall 2013 

The fall 2013 issue of USA Triathlon Magazine is available now. USA Triathlon members will receive a printed copy of the magazine (unless they have opted out).

You can view the digital edition by clicking the link below. 

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In the fall 2013 issue of USA Triathlon Magazine we preview the ITU's premier world triathlon series coming to Chicago next year, interview retired softball legend Jennie Finch on her new hobby and relive an exciting season of racing. You'll also find a case study on fine-tuning your bike-handling skills and a training article on improving your water form. 

Want more? Check out these supplemental online-exclusive videos for top training tips and behind-the-scenes footage.

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Case Study Part III: Drills to Enhance Your Bike Skills

In the spring 2013 issue, we introduced you to Dustin Breese, an age-grouper who lives in Colorado and has been competing in triathlon for three years. During the third session of the year-long case study, we paired Dustin with Carmichael Training Systems Pro Coach Lindsay Hyman for a 101 on cycling.

Go behind the scenes with Lindsay in the below video to learn how to improve your own cycling from better body awareness to handling skills. Plus, listen to a one-on-one interview with Dustin on the drills that brought the most value to his training.

Did you miss Case Study Part II: In the Pool? Watch the web-exclusive swim analysis video here.

Weight Training Tips to Improve Swim Form and Prevent Injury

Incorporating swim-specific exercises into your weight sessions can improve your water form and make your finish times faster. Check out this great video developed by FINA, the international federation that oversees aquatic sports, for the ultimate shoulder development and injury-prevention workout. These exercises add only a few minutes to your strength training routine but will help shave time off your race and keep you injury-free.