Inside Triathlon’s May/June issue gives readers access to the minds and training secrets of some of the sport’s top pros. In an exclusive excerpt from his forthcoming autobiography, Ironman world champion Chris McCormack reveals the mental strategy he used to win the race that no one believed he could. Readers also get insight into how they can train like an Olympian in the story “In the Zone,” as well as access to the coach behind Mirinda Carfrae’s first Ironman world championship in the story “The Making of a World Champion.” And triathlon geeks get a peek inside the world of ITU world champions Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee, as well as an answer to the age-old question “When will Kenya discover triathlon?”
The issue hits newsstands on April 19.
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Meet Siri Lindley, the mastermind behind Mirinda Carfrae’s Kona win. Photo: John Segesta
What happens when Kenya discovers triathlon? The answer’s not so simple. Photo: Frederic Courbet
Ever wonder what’s inside the refrigerators of some of the sport’s top pros? Photo: N.C. Winters
You can use the tools of Olympians to make the most of your training time. Photo: Nils Nilsen
Ironman world champ Chris McCormack lets it all hang out in his forthcoming autobiography. Photo: Aaron Hersh
The inaugural Rev3 Costa Rica gave racers idyllic views and plenty of heat. Photo: Eric Wynn
A trip across the pond reveals Britain’s greatest threat to triathlon. Photo: Dave Tyrrell
May/June Issue of Inside Triathlon
The issue, featuring Chris McCormack on the cover, hits newsstands April 19.