No magazine has ever published an in-depth profile of three-time Ironman world champion Chrissie Wellington, one where a writer uses long interviews with Wellington and her friends and family to paint a picture of who Wellington is outside of sport.
The September/October issue of Inside Triathlon magazine features such a profile, which is 10 pages of Chrissie—her goals, fears and motivating forces.
While the Wellington profile is the hallmark of the current issue, there is plenty of other content for readers to enjoy. Among them is an analysis of what it will take for a triathlete to break 8:00 hours at the Ironman World Championship Kona, tips from a pro on how to nail your nutrition, a guide on how to create a training camp in America’s best city to train (it’s not Boulder), and insight on how to use new research on the circadian rhythm to maximize your training time.
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Ironman pro Leanda Cave gives you training, nutrition and diet tips on how you can seamlessly step up to long-course.
The September/October issue is on newsstands now!
Breaking eight hours in Kona is about mental and physical barriers. So how will athletes crack it? And who will do it?
New research on circadian rhythms can help you get the most out of your limited training time and race your best.
Move over Boulder, because Flagstaff, Ariz., has better swimming, riding and running than you in every way.
Watch out girls: Former short-course world champ Leanda Cave is fit, fast and ready to roll in Kona this October.
Kona and Craig
Craig Alexander looks back at Kona 2010 to determine winning gear, strategy and nutrition.