All of the Gear, Mindset, and Prep That Go Into Mel McQuaid’s “Aerobic Sandwich” Bike Session
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What’s holding women back and how we can fix it.
McQuaid chats about tackling the 70.3 distance and shares a favorite run/strength session.
Terenzo Bozzone beat out Ben Hoffman in a sprint finish.
This year’s Xterra USA Championship race will feature 50 pros, making it the deepest and arguably strongest elite field in race history.
Melanie McQuaid and Conrad Stoltz highlight the pro field's at this weekend's Xterra East Championship in Richmond, Va.
Despite some of the toughest conditions ever seen on the Honu course, the deep pro fields led to some fast racing times.
Fresh off a decisive victory at Ironman 70.3 California, Melanie McQuaid is pumped for the start of the Xterra season.
Melanie McQuaid chats with Triathlete's Aaron Hersh after winning the 2012 Ironman 70.3 California triathlon.
McQuaid credits a new bike with finding strength that she says is close to what she can do on a mountain bike.
Andy Potts and Melanie McQuaid took the early-season victories at today's Ironman 70.3 California triathlon in Oceanside, Calif.
Xterra pro Melanie McQuaid explains the benefits of incorporating onion into your diet.
This Sunday, three-time Xterra world champion Melanie McQuaid hopes to regain the title she most recently held in 2006. Melanie talked to us about recent game changing switch-ups to the pro women’s field, her strategy for the swim (it involves much bodysurfing practice), and how age-group competitors should attack the new course.
France’s Nico Lebrun and Canada’s Melanie McQuaid took the titles at today’s XTERRA USA Championship at the Ogden & Snowbasin Resort in Utah. Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong finished fifth in his first triathlon in 22 years.
The return of Lance Armstrong to the sport of triathlon brought extra attention to the 2011 XTERRA Championships. Ultimately it was Nico Lebrun and Melanie McQuaid who took the victories.
Saturday's Xterra USA Championship features several intriguing story lines. Perhaps most notable is the return of seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong to triathlon.
Canada's Melanie McQuaid is taking the challenge to a unique level by competing in two very difficult races: the XTERRA Mountain Championships in Colorado on Saturday (July 16) and the Vineman Ironman 70.3 triathlon in California on Sunday (July 17).
Being a professional triathlete is truly a dream job—but it’s still a job.
Learn how improving your flexibility can make you a better all-around triathlete.
Xterra star Melanie McQuaid provides wobble board exercises to help you improve your stability and avoid injuries on the uneven trails.
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Even a 15-second penalty wasn't enough to stall McQuaid in her unstoppable march to victory.
Professional triathlete Melanie McQuaid discusses the importance of recovering mentally during your training cycle.
Off-road tri veterans Josiah Middaugh and Melanie McQuaid turned in impressive performances to take the wins at the 2011 XTERRA West Championship at Lake Las Vegas.
The United States' Josiah Middaugh and Canada's Melanie McQuaid won today's XTERRA West Championship at Lake Las Vegas.
One of the fastest women on the Xterra scene, Melanie McQuaid is in Morgan Hill, Calif. for a triathlon training camp organized by her sponsor Specialized.
Specialized introduced its professional triathlon team to its company with a Q&A session at the Specialized Triathlon Training Camp in Morgan Hill, Calif.
Competing under the guidance of three-time Xterra world champ Melanie McQuaid, the newly announced 2011 MelRad Racing Team will race at all the regional Xterra competitions and the World Championships in Maui.
Canada's Melanie McQuaid stayed true to her Xterra routes by racing in the 2010 Xterra Trail Run Worlds in Kualoa Ranch on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.
A preview of the women's race field for this Saturday's Ironman World Championship 70.3 event in Clearwater, Fla.
Off-road triathlon’s top pros battled for a piece of the $80,000 prize purse while amateurs vied for one of 41 qualifying spots into next month’s Xterra World Championship in Maui.
Australia’s Joe Gambles and Canada’s Melanie McQuaid won today’s Ironman 70.3 Lake Stevens race.