"The history of road racing has been written on this course, from Rodgers, Salazar, Benoit and Dixon, to Khannouchi and the elite men and women of Africa. This video captures highlights from three decades of the event. If you have raced Falmouth, or plan to, this video is for you" Buy it: Sportfilm.com
The saying goes: "God gave us memories so we could have roses in December". Remember what it felt like hitting that aid station while sluggin' out the last five miles? Remember going' all out up that last climb? Remember the first few shaky steps out of the water on your way to T1? Here we are in December of '05 and it's that time of year friends. PMX5.com is pleased to announce the release of their sixth triathlon video; NORTHWEST TRIATHLON 2005: FARRAGO.
Check out this POV footage from some of the wettest Kayak, Jetski, and White Water Rafting spots in the country. With the Adventure Cam H2O you don't have to worry about going down with the ship. Just don't forget to hold your breath. Music by Breathe Smoke.
KIDS OF STEEL™ triathlons are designed to offer kids and young adults the opportunity to experience the sport of triathlon in a positive environment. The distances are much shorter than those in adult triathlons, and change as participants mature. Most kids are fit enough to finish a Kids of Steel triathlon successfully and have fun at the same time.
An ultra-marathon around the Mont-Blanc massif. Exactly 1,500 competitors each ran a total of 155 km with 8,500 m of elevation in 3 countries (France, Italy and Switzerland). Vincent Delebarre won the race in 21 hours !
This is the commmercial presenting Kate Troescher and her new show, "Kate On Sports" at www.kateonsports.com Her first show will be on Steroids; as you can see, it's a subject she gets worked up about.
Who should be on an "All Time Greatest" female athletes list? Kate - used the last episode to ask you that question, giving you a provacative list to get your brain going. This week, Kate gives you her top five female athletes and talks about Cal Football for a bit, too. Come watch, and visit the website at http://www.kateonsports.com
It was the fulfillment of a dream and an experience that he described as “incredible.” On April 17th, Orlando Schmidt completed the Boston Marathon running 26 miles (42 kilometres) in 3 hours and 35 minutes -just 5 minutes shy of his goal. “Running Boston was an incredible experience,” he said. “The crowds were huge and very loud. Often children lined the course on either side with their hands reaching out to give a ‘high five’ or offer an orange slice or cup of water. I enjoyed running along the side of the course and slapping the kids’ hands.” Schmidt qualified for the race last fall when he completed a marathon in Victoria, BC. When he realized that he would be running in a world famous marathon, he decided that he wanted to do more than simply run a race, he wanted to use the experience to make a difference in the lives of others.