Sneak Peek: March/April 2019 Triathlete Magazine

For all the triathlon trekkers out there, we hope this special explorers’ issue sparks new excitement about the amazing places our wonderful sport takes us.

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The Ultimate 2019 Travel Guide for Triathletes: Featuring eight places worth the wait (and a few for right now!). Spin the globe and check out pro tips on where to race, and how to train for the stunning terrain.

The Great Draw of China: It’s been four years since Ironman announced a new focus on China, claiming the country’s exploding, flush middle-class was the world’s next greatest endurance sports market. Turns out, getting a country hooked on tri is a lot more complicated—and fascinating—than just finding the money.


Meet Bart Aernouts: And learn the scoop behind his stellar 2018 Ironman World championship runner-up finish

The Juggler: She’s a mom, a triathlete, lawyer, and cancer survivor

Work in Progress: From drug binges to IM veteran, Todd Crandell traded a destructive path for one that helps others

Legend: Simon Lessing’s class act

Travel Over Timidity: When you leave your micromanaged tri bubble, the world opens up


Ready, Set, Chill: Long-distance flights to faraway races: a practical guide


We’re Swooning Over This Ride: S-Works Shiv Disc

Freshen Up: Take the stench out of your tri life with these gear destinkifiers

Outside, Inside: The next generation of stationary bikes

Dialed In: Check out how wind aero testing can help your body’s position—and give you free speed

At 30,000 Feet: Fly stress-free knowing your bike is stowed safely below


At Sixes and Sevens: Super-efficient indoor training

Exoskeleton Cometh: This device could forever change the way we race and train

Neck or Nothing: Six easy stretches and strength training exercises to help keep your head on straight

Swim on The Go: Three awesome swim tricks to use while traveling

Ask a P.T.: Are Stairmasters and running stairs helpful for tri?

Dear Coach:  Tips for better breathing technique in the water

You Are Not a Rock: Mental health tips for Type A triathletes

Pretty Fly for Tri: Scoring an airline upgrade may mean arriving rested and ready at your next race


Snack Pack: Three easy-to-make healthy recipes that pack well—no matter where your journey takes you

The Good Traveler’s Gut: Six expert tips to help prevent digestive upset during your next tri adventure

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