The Cooldown Podcast: Growing in the Sport with Paula Findlay
The last episode of our special run podcast.
The last episode of our special run podcast.
Canadian Paula Findlay chats about everything from improving bike fitness to race plans and finding a bit of YouTube fame.
Pro triathletes Eric Lagerstrom and Paula Findlay have made the most of a tough year.
Health, love, and happiness has led this former ITU star down a new path. Plus, she shares a day of fueling.
Today we check in with Canada's Paula Findlay.
Both Paula and Eric have won their share of races—and had their share of injuries. How do you continue to find a love of the sport after all those years?
A native of Edmonton, Canada and currently living in Boulder, Colo. Olympian Paula Findlay knows a thing or two about cold winter weather.
More than 1,500 professional and amateur athletes from more than 34 countries participated in the sixth annual race.
Findlay aims to again represent Canada at the Olympics, but her initial goal is to put together a consistent, injury-free 2015 season.
Canada's Paula Findlay finished a disappointing 52nd-place at the 2012 London Olympics.
Libby Burrell will look to change a few things after Canada's stars had a disappointing Olympic Games.
The two-time Olympic medalist says Findlay's former coach, advisor and doctor need to accept responsibility.
In early 2011, Canada's Paula Findlay looked like she would be the odds-on favorite to win the gold medal in London. A year of injury has changed that.
The ache in Paula Findlay's right hip has subsided.
The hip injury that plagued Paula Findlay throughout 2011 may still be an issue.
The women’s circuit is the Wild Wild West in that any woman can win on any given day.
Olympic medalist favorite Paula Findlay will kick off her season in Mooloolaba at the end of the month.
Canada's Paula Findlay talks about being selected by Triathlon Canada to represent the country in triathlon at the 2012 London Olympics.
Paula Findlay and Simon Whitfield took a major step forward towards representing Canada at the 2012 Olympic Summer Games, thanks to a discretionary selection made by Triathlon Canada during the organization's recent Annual General Meeting.
Canadian triathlete Paula Findlay has ended her season early and will not race in the upcoming Pan American Games.
It’s the calm before the storm in what should be the most spectacular two days of short-course racing this year at the ITU’s Dextro Energy World Championship Series race in London.
This is the race that all ITU athletes and fans have been waiting for all year—the best triathletes in the world will be peaked and ready to race their best at the ITU’s Dextro Energy World Championship Series race in London this weekend as they chase Olympic spots and points for the overall world championship title.
Given that Canada’s Paula Findlay has been the only real consistent figure on the podium over the last season and a half, predicting the medalists for the women at the 2012 London Olympic triathlon is an extremely difficult task.
Being a professional triathlete is truly a dream job—but it’s still a job.
Canada's Paula Findlay ran away with yet another ITU World Championship Series title this weekend in Kitzbühel. Check out photos from the day below.
Chris McCormack's return to the ITU and a strong contingent of racers should make this weekend's Kitzbühel race one for the ages.
In this Weekend Wrap Up we travel from the tropical Challenge Cairns to the European Dextro Energy ITU World Championship Series in Madrid, Spain. On the domestic front we tap into the Deuceman Triathlon in AZ and the epic Escape From Alcatraz triathlon in San Francisco, CA.
With the Brownlee Brothers, Alistair and Jonathon, of England taking 1-2 in the Men's event and Canadian Paula Findlay taking top spot for the women, The Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series event in Madrid was action-packed.
With one of the deepest fields in the sport, dozens of athletes could cross the line in first this weekend in Madrid.
Canada's Paula Findlay, a 21-year-old rookie on the International Triathlon Union (ITU) circuit, won four races, including back-to-back victories at Kitzbuhel and London, two of the stops on the World Championship Series schedule.
Simon Whitfield and Paula Findlay turned in impressive victories in Canada.
Canada's Paula Findlay out-kicked her competition in the final meters to take her second-straight victory.
Canadian Paula Findlay wins her second consecutive World Championship Series race with another brilliant run.