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Triathlete Holiday Gift Guide: For The Pro Groupie

Holiday gift ideas for the triathlon pro groupie.

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Give the gift of expert coaching by triathlon legend and eight-time Ironman champion Dave Scott. From a 20-minute downloadable ab workout ($14.95) to a training weekend in Boulder, Colo., with “The Man” ($3,000–$4,500), the options fit any budget. Davescottinc.com

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Chris “Macca” McCormack shares his personal journey to Ironman world champion and doles out plenty of advice to age-groupers along the way in his book I’m Here to Win: A World Champion’s Advice for Peak Performance. $27.99, Amazon.com

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Get a super stylish race kit or piece of training gear custom designed by Betty Designs, which outfits some of the fastest pros (Team Trakkers members and Michellie Jones to name a few). Bettydesigns.com

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For a gift that will impart memories of a lifetime, spring for a Ludus Tours London Games Package, which gets tri fans up close to the action to cheer on Team USA. $4,500, Triathlon-travel.com

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, ultimate fans can pay their compliments to 2010 Ironman world champion and 2011 runner-up Mirinda Carfrae by sleeping on her preferred brand of bed sheets. Sheex are marketed as “the world’s first luxury performance bed sheets.” $199 for queen set with pillowcases, Sheex.com

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Fans of Olympian and Xterra world champion Conrad Stoltz can literally walk (or, preferably, mountain bike) in the shoes of the off-road triathlon king. Stoltz himself developed the Specialized Trivent Terra shoes. $300, Specialized.com

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Panache’s houndstooth socks add some classy style to your next ride. $12, Panachecyclewear.com

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