Inside Triathlon’s Jan./Feb. 2014 Issue
With the biggest race of the year now in the rear-view mirror, Inside Triathlon magazine’s January/February 2014 issue brings you an inside look at how to be successful at Ironman Hawaii. On the cover is 2013 Ironman world champion Frederik Van Lierde, who earned his first Kona victory in October.
Off The Front
In our Kona feature “Off the Front,” senior editor Aaron Hersh shows how Ironman Hawaii — especially in the 2013 race — is not just a runner’s race. Learn how the bike sways the outcome of the world championship by analysis of Frederik Van Lierde’s and Luke McKenzie’s power files.
10 Most Influential People In Triathlon
For the second year in a row, meet the year’s “10 Most Influential People in Triathlon,” written by contributing writer Frederick Dreier. Ranked according to their influence, they’re the icons, innovators and entrepreneurs who are driving the sport forward.
Photos Of The Year
For the first time, Inside Triathlon named the “Photos of the Year.” Relive the 2013 season with the 10 most inspiring, triumphant and heartbreaking triathlon images from the sport’s best photographers.
The Reluctant Ironman
In “The Reluctant Ironman,” features editor Kim McDonald follows Kiwi triathlon legend John Hellemans as he tackles Kona for the first time at age 60. Also included is the 12-week training plan Hellemans used for Ironman Hawaii.
Don’t trust your eyes: A helmet with a short tail may be your best bet for speed. Learn about how compact aero helmets are making a surge in the triathlon scene.
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