Paterson Impressive at XTERRA Pan Am Championships

Paterson Impressive at XTERRA Pan Am Championships

Lesley Paterson of Scotland has been a force on the triathlon scene for years – a two time and reigning ITU Cross World Champion as well as a two time XTERRA World Champion. Having suffered from Lymes disease in recent years, Paterson seems to have her health battles...

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Middaugh on a Roll

Middaugh on a Roll

Following his victory two weekends ago at XTERRA Mexico, Josiah Middaugh picked up his 4th win of the Pan American series this past Saturday at XTERRA Quebec. Opting to skip four of the early season Pan Am series races, Middaugh’s back end of the season has seen him...

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Featured Ambassador – Incan Explorer Gregory Deyermenjian

Featured Ambassador – Incan Explorer Gregory Deyermenjian

While First Endurance Ambassador Gregory Deyermenjian isn’t a ‘typical’ athlete, his cardio-vascular capacity is a critical component of his ability to pursue his adventures while trying to reach his exploratory goals. Deyermenjian has been exploring the legendary...

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Middaugh Defends XTERRA Mexico

Middaugh Defends XTERRA Mexico

With wins in 2015 and 2017, Josiah Middaugh was back to defend his title at the 10th stop on the Pan Am Tour – XTERRA Mexico – lining up alongside a top notch field that included the top 5 overall in the Pan Am Tour standings. Racing in the event for his 4th year in a...

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Justin Metzler has His Day at Challenge San Gil

Justin Metzler has His Day at Challenge San Gil

Challenge San Gil was a race of redemption for Justin Metzler who was searching for a performance he felt worthy of his fitness after it escaped him at his last race at IRONMAN Boulder. Metzler capitalized on the opportunity putting together a race he knew he was...

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Darcy Piceu with a Commanding Win at Ronda Dels Cims

Darcy Piceu with a Commanding Win at Ronda Dels Cims

A small principality located between Spain and France in the Pyrenees, Andorra is host to an ultra trail running event with six different race distances. Darcy Piceu was the 1st woman and 9th overall to finish the 170km Ronda Dels Cims ultra race at the Andorra Ultra....

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Tim Don – Back with a Win at IRONMAN 70.3 Costa Rica

Tim Don – Back with a Win at IRONMAN 70.3 Costa Rica

It's been a mere 8 months since Tim Don was hit by a car while on his bike two days prior to the IRONMAN World Championships, a race in which he was considered a contender for the win - he broke his neck, fracturing his C2. The next few months an arduous struggle...

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Cam Dye Takes the Win at Escape Philadelphia Triathlon

Cam Dye Takes the Win at Escape Philadelphia Triathlon

Cam Dye, a standout Olympic distance non-drafting specialist, has been notching wins at this distance for years. With the expansion of the Escape Series, the non drafting Olympic Distanace race has seen a resurgence and so has the competition. This year there has been...

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Josiah Middaugh – Back to Back XTERRA Pan Am Series Wins

Josiah Middaugh – Back to Back XTERRA Pan Am Series Wins

Following his victory two weekends ago in Oak Mountain, Alabama, Josiah Middaugh notched another win in the Pan American series at XTERRA Dominican Republic. While the athletes knew what to expect with the heat and humidity, they were faced with a new course this year...

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Tim Don Sweepstakes GiveAway – Be Like Tim !

Tim Don Sweepstakes GiveAway – Be Like Tim !

Would you like to be decked out like First Endurance triathlete IRONMAN Champion Tim Don? Buckle up - here's your chance! As a proud sponsor of Tim Don, we're part of the Tim Don Locker Giveaway, where one lucky triathlete will receive a prize (valued at $5000)...

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Middaugh 3-peat’s at XTERRA Oak Mountain

Middaugh 3-peat’s at XTERRA Oak Mountain

Josiah Middaugh brought home his 5th XTERRA Oak Mountain win this past weekend, making it his 3rd in a row to defend his title in a time of 2:23:56. Following a difficult swim where Middaugh was not at his best, the defending champion was facing a 2:45 deficit to the...

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Fueling for a 100 Mile Running Race

Fueling for a 100 Mile Running Race

--Originally posted March 2013--   Fueling for a 100-mile running race through the mountains is not only an enormous feat athletically, it poses great obstacles nutritionally. Ultra runners typically race between 18 hours and 30+ hours in order to accomplish this...

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Matt Hanson – 3 Time IRONMAN North American Champion

Matt Hanson – 3 Time IRONMAN North American Champion

Heading into IRONMAN Texas as a 2-time and current North American Champion, Matt Hanson was a man with a target on his back. His third victory at the Championships proved to be his most difficult win yet, ending in an exciting foot race where Hanson was able to...

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Jason West Runs Away with Surf City Escape Triathlon

Jason West Runs Away with Surf City Escape Triathlon

Jason West threw down the fastest run split of the day to top the field at the Surf City Escape Triathlon in Huntington Beach, California this past Sunday with a mere 11-seconds separating the top 3. West, formerly a USAT Collegiate National Champion who picked up...

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Beta Glucan Improves Performance & Recovery

Beta Glucan Improves Performance & Recovery

by Dr. Donald Cox “Run faster, jump higher, get stronger” is the mantra of many serious athletes focused on improving performance. In terms of supplementation, athletes have traditionally relied on products that build muscle, fuel endurance and aid recovery as an...

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Goss Runs to Des Moines Escape Tri Victory

Goss Runs to Des Moines Escape Tri Victory

Lauren Goss took home her fourth Olympic distance victory this season at the second stop of the Escape Triathlon Series in Des Moines. After picking up wins at Escape Alcatraz, NYC Triathlon and St.Anthony’s Triathlon, Goss said “I decided to race Des Moines Triathlon...

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Seymour and Don Double up to Dominate IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder

Seymour and Don Double up to Dominate IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder

Jeanni Seymour and Tim Don added to their successes this season, running their way to decisive wins at IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder. While Seymour is South African and Don is from the UK, they both reside and train in Boulder and for both, it was their first time winning the...

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