Chasing Chrissie: North American Book Tour Dates will be following Chrissie as she makes her way around the U.S. on her North American book tour.

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Since four-time Ironman world champion Chrissie Wellington announced that she would be taking a break from Ironman racing in 2012 to “pursue other opportunities,” we’ve seen her name still pop up in the occasional news story, such as a race up the Empire State Building or her acceptance of the Female Triathlete of the Year award at Endurance Live in Los Angeles last weekend. will be following her as she makes her way around the U.S. on her North American book tour, promoting her new memoir, A Life Without Limits, which will be released in the U.S. on May 15. You can catch her at a book signing at the dates listed below. We’ll also be following her as she travels to various speaking engagements, keeps up some single-sport racing and even shares advice with age-group triathletes. Stay tuned to for more updates on Chrissie.

Sat., May 12: Baltimore, Md.
Sun., May 13: Boston, Mass.
Mon., May 14—Wed., May 16: New York City, N.Y.
Thurs., May 17: Austin, Texas
Fri., May 18—Sat., May 19: The Woodlands, Texas (During Ironman Texas)
Mon., May 21: Mobile, Ala.
Tues., May 22: Nashville, Tenn.
Wed., May 23: St. Louis, Mo.
Thurs., May 24: Chicago, Ill.
Fri., May 25: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sat. May 26—Wed., May 30: Hawaii (For Swim, Bike, Run With Lance And Friends)
Fri., June 1—Sun., June 3: San Diego/Los Angeles, Calif.


– TriCenter From The 2012 Endurance LIVE Awards
– Inside Triathlon’s Profile Of Chrissie Wellington
– 12 Days: The Story Of Chrissie’s 2011 Kona Win
– Chrissie In Kona: The Post-Race Interview Series
– PHOTOS: Chrissie Wellington In Kona
– Chrissie Wellington’s Book To Be Released May 2012
– Chrissie Wellington’s Inside Triathlon Photo Shoot

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