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When To Use EFS-PRO vs EFS

When To Use EFS-PRO vs EFS

Updated for 2021 After months of research-driven tinkering, testing, and trial, we’ve updated the formulas for EFS and EFS-PRO hydration mixes. Given the technical--and, frankly, revolutionary--nature of both formulas, we compiled a list of changes to...

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Fueling for Multiday Running Races

Fueling for Multiday Running Races

By Annie Weiss MS RD I woke up on September 29, 2018 with 80 miles left to complete my multiday running adventure. Three weeks prior, I set out to complete the entire Ice Age Trail, a National Scenic Trail that winds 1200 miles throughout Wisconsin. Working toward...

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Collington Rolling into Late Season Win

Collington Rolling into Late Season Win

IRONMAN 70.3 Xiamen was a race of redemption for Kevin Collington who had a very successful 2017 season with three 70.3 victories, one IRONMAN win and numerous other top results. The First Endurance athlete struggled with some setbacks in 2018  explaining “It's been a...

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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Krissy Moehl Wins the Quicksilver 100K

Krissy Moehl Wins the Quicksilver 100K

The Quicksilver trail running race is a 33-year old classic event in the world of Ultras. Starting out as a 50-mile race that later expanded to the 100K distance to coincide with the Western States qualifying standard. Having taken a hiatus from racing to focus her...

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Brennauer Crushes Omloop Time-Trial

Brennauer Crushes Omloop Time-Trial

First Endurance rider Lisa Brennauer (Canyon-SRAM Professional Cycling Team) displayed an impressive performance tonight to take the win in the Omloop van Borsele time trial. The former world champion stormed around the 19.9km course in 26 minutes and 22 seconds....

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