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The IRONMAN World Championship at Kona was (and is) one of the toughest athletic achievements in the world, and our elite triathletes always have an amazing attitude towards such a daunting and demanding race. In our recap of Saturday's competition, you'll get to hear that attitude firsthand from Jan Frodeno, who took 3rd in the Men's, followed by fellow ASICS triathlete Andy Potts, who took 4th, and Swiss competitor, Daniela Ryf, who took 2nd in the Women's - a massive feat, seeing as how she's new to the scene


Straight from the athletes' mouths: ASICS shoes are what triathletes prefer to train in, and put their trust in on race day. At the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final at Edmonton, we saw our signature stripes everywhere, so we asked participants to tell us what they wear, and why, and the results were pretty clear: ASICS shoes have the fit and performance to help triathletes better their best. Shop the GEL-DS Trainer for training by Clicking HERE. Shop the GEL-DS Racer for race day by Clicking HERE.

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Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon

7th Jun 2015 / San Francisco, California


On June 7th, 2015, triathletes from around the globe will descend on San Francisco for one chance to attempt the impossible – ESCAPE from Alcatraz. The Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon attracts World Champions, Olympic Medalists and the best amateur ...

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