Middaugh: 5 for 5 at XTERRA Beaver Creek

Middaugh: 5 for 5 at XTERRA Beaver Creek

As the 2015 XTERRA World Champion with 4 back to back wins in his home town race, the pressure was on for Josiah Middaugh to repeat, as the reigning world champion and a deep field of athletes looked for a way to dethrone him at the 7th stop of the XTERRA Pan American...

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Dye Hammers to Home Town Win at Boulder Peak Tri

Dye Hammers to Home Town Win at Boulder Peak Tri

Boulder resident Cam Dye was one of 13 local pros in the 18-man strong field racing for top honors in the return of the Boulder Peak Tri Olympic distance race. Excited to be able to throw down in his back yard and to race for the first time in front of his kids, Dye...

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How do Vegan Proteins Stack Up?

How do Vegan Proteins Stack Up?

by Matt Hansen EdD In February of 2013, the First Endurance blog covered an important topic: ‘The Facts About Protein.’ You can find the full post HERE. At that point in time, whey protein easily rises to the top as the superior protein source to use for...

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Medium Chain Triglycerides and Athletes

Medium Chain Triglycerides and Athletes

Make up: Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT’s) are a type of fatty acid.   Like all fatty acids, MCT’s contain a glycerol backbone with three fatty acids attached. Unlike long-chain triglycerides the MCT fatty acids are medium in length.   Because of these shorter...

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Vegan Diets and Athletic Performance

Vegan Diets and Athletic Performance

Plant-based diets and athletic performance The past few years, plant-based diets have gained in popularity. They are recommended in various weight management programs and they are the choice of environmentally conscious individuals, animal right supporters and various...

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Featured Badass – Michele Van Ornum

Featured Badass – Michele Van Ornum

We’re highlighting these amazing athletes because of their exceptional dedication to training and racing.  In addition to full-time jobs and family responsibilities, they manage to find the time to make it all work. These athletes inspire us, and we’re proud to help...

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Deanna McCurdy – Featured Badass

Deanna McCurdy – Featured Badass

Deanna McCurdy is currently ranked the #1 off-road triathlete in her age group by USA Triathlon. Last year she won the XTERRA Triathlon Rocky Mountain Region Champion award, was the 1st overall amateur at the XTERRA PanAm Championships/USA Championships and placed 2nd...

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Goss and Seymour Top Triathletes at IM 70.3 Cartagena

Goss and Seymour Top Triathletes at IM 70.3 Cartagena

A competitive field of 14 professional women lined up to battle it out in the historic city of Cartagena, Colombia on a notably hot & humid day. The six top women finished the swim with a little over a 1-minute spread of one another with First Endurance athletes...

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Tiffany Cromwell Wins Noosa Criterium

Tiffany Cromwell Wins Noosa Criterium

First Endurance rider Tiffany Cromwell (Canyon SRAM) won the Subaru Australian Open Women's Noosa Criterium in Noosa. The Australian rider won the race after being part of a four-rider breakaway that formed midway into the race. Cromwell outsprinted Katrin Garfoot...

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Featured Athlete – Jennifer Rulon

Featured Athlete – Jennifer Rulon

At the age of 17, Jennifer Rulon watched the Kona IRONMAN World Championships on TV with her father and was so inspired watching the athletes competing in this event, she decided to set a goal to do an IRONMAN triathlon by the time she was 30. In what seemed like a...

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Ultragen: The Science Of Endurance Recovery

Ultragen: The Science Of Endurance Recovery

It takes more than just protein and carbohydrates to fuel finely tuned athletes. Ultragen is the first endurance formula to deliver all components necessary for complete recovery in one spoon-mixable and great tasting drink. Ultragen  is a complete recovery...

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Featured Athlete – Amy Ross

Featured Athlete – Amy Ross

We’re highlighting these amazing Featured Athletes because of their exceptional dedication to training and racing.  In addition to full-time jobs and family responsibilities, they manage to find the time to make it all work. These athletes inspire us, and we’re proud...

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A Tale of Five Electrolytes

A Tale of Five Electrolytes

Cramping - Solving the Problem vs Treating the Symptoms New products are hitting the shelves that claim new research shows stimulating nerves will prevent cramping. Claims are that overstimulation and over-firing of the nervous system cause cramping and that Nobel...

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Travis McCabe Wins Stage 4 at Tour of Utah!

Travis McCabe Wins Stage 4 at Tour of Utah!

First Endurance sprinter Travis McCabe wins stage 4 of the Tour of Utah. McCabe credited the victory to team tactics. Holowesko-Citadel had a rider in potential move throughout the day. “Trek did a lot of work. Rally did a lot of work,” McCabe noted. “We stayed out of...

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Featured Athlete – Steve Unruh

Featured Athlete – Steve Unruh

We’re highlighting these amazing Featured Athletes because of their exceptional dedication to training and racing.  In addition to full-time jobs and family responsibilities, they manage to find the time to make it all work. These athletes inspire us, and we’re proud...

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Elena Cecchini Wins Thüringen Rundfahrt

Elena Cecchini Wins Thüringen Rundfahrt

First Endurance rider Elena Cecchini (CANYON-SRAM) has today taken her career biggest tour victory by winning the general classification at Thüringen Rundfahrt. Elena finished the final stage in the peloton to secure the win by almost three minutes from Amanda Spratt...

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First Endurance Rider Wins Stage 4 at Giro Rosa

First Endurance Rider Wins Stage 4 at Giro Rosa

Lovere, Italy – First Endurance rider Tiffany Cromwell (CANYON/SRAM) sprinted to victory today on stage four of the Giro Rosa in Lovere. Tiffany took the win after an incredible lead out from her team mates, taking also the first UCI Women's WorldTour win for the...

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