After a packed 2012 season that included an Olympic campaign (Laura) and a start at the Ironman World Championship (Greg), the couple says they’re ready for a fun year, which include a start at Saturday’s Ironman 70.3 St. George.
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Heather Jackson (USA) gives us a little sneak peek at the new Wattie line and chats about the pressure to defend her title at Ironman 70.3
Pete Jacobs chats ahead of Saturday's Ironman 70.3 California, saying that he'll be thrilled with a podium finish against this tough field.
After months of preparation, former Super Bowl MVP Hines Ward and teammates take on the biggest race in triathlon.
Canada's Heather Wurtele won the Ironman version of this race in 2010 and 2011.
American Andy Potts spent a good part of his day in St. George setting the pace up front.
Canadian Brent McMahon has spent his career focusing on the ITU series, but his transition to 70.3 racing is proving to be a good one.
American Meredith Kessler was first out of the swim, second off of the bike and first at the finish line in St. George.
American Meredith Kessler chats about her new approach toward the 2013 Ironman World Championship and her love of St. George.
Kelly Williamson admits that she's not feeling great about her form, but is excited to test her legs on the tough course.
Leanda Cave (GBR) chats about her season so far, the St. George course and her goals for the race on Saturday.