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Exclusive Look At Craig Alexander’s Kona Camp

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Two-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander gave Inside Triathlon exclusive access to a Kona training camp three months before the big dance. While there, he used a unique tool developed by NASA scientists to help him prepare for Kona’s notorious heat.

See photos from the camp from the perspective of John Segesta, below. And learn more about Alexander’s preparation in the article, Getting to the Core, by Aaron Hersh, in the current edition of Inside Triathlon, on newsstands now.

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See also:

Inside Triathlon Preview: The Journal of Competitive Triathlon

Complete coverage of the 2010 Ford Ironman World Championship.

TriCenter: Managing The Heat