Ever wonder what it takes to become an Olympic triathlete? Hint: It’s a tough and often lonely path that demands a whole lot of hard work and sacrifice. In our November/December issue, Inside Triathlon magazine snagged exclusive access to the American Olympic hopefuls who raced in the first Olympic trials event, in London in August, and we reveal details of those athletes’ lives, journeys, successes, failures and future goals.
While our Olympic feature is the hallmark of the November/December issue, other articles you’ll enjoy include a peek into six-time Ironman world champ Mark Allen’s secret to mental strength, an in-depth analysis of the Zone diet and how it can help your triathlon performance, a feature on Zipp wheels, a look at the lessons we can learn from the best triathletes in the world, and much more.
Pick up the November/December issue of Inside Triathlon magazine on newsstands today.
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The Secret to Mental Toughness
Six-time Ironman world champion Mark Allen shares the training philosophy that took him years to perfect.
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Gear Gift Guide
Five high-performance gifts that will impress even the techiest of triathletes.
A look at the genetics, mentality, training and other aspects of the best triathletes in the world—plus how to emulate them.
Flashy race wheel company Zipp and its stable of engineers are facing their stiffest competition yet.
Zone diet creator Dr. Barry Sears was once cast as a radical and a charlatan in the nutrition world, but has he been right all along?
Dreaming of London
American ITU athletes toil for years in relative obscurity, waiting for their chance to shine at the Olympics—Now is their time.
Getting team triathlon into the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro could mean more medal opportunities.