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Q1

In business, as well as in training, it’s good to “set the pace” in Q1. Rather than dicking around and hardly getting started – looking at the budget figures as “a end...

To test or not test?

When I restarted training again 2014 (and racing 2015) I was surprised to see how accessible testing has become for all categories of athletes, not only to the top categories as in the past, but...

Faster swimming with less effort

That heading sounds like a sales pitch! Well, it’s not. A seemingly small thing that is obvious to every good swimmer but often neglected or even unknown to triathletes including myself is...

Race plan 2017

I am not much for rearview mirror looking but perhaps a quick glance back is good this time of the year. 2016 was a great year with lots of training and trips around the world. No crashes, no big...

Captain America Matt Russell

One of the best things with going to races abroad is that you often meet new interesting people. On the trip to Ironman Cozumel I was fortunate to get to know professional triathlete Matt Russell...

Race Report – Ironman Cozumel

I expected a paradise when I flew in to Cozumel International Airport and a paradise it was – in every aspect. Cozumel is a small island, just outside the Yucatan peninsula. It has a somewhat...

The road less traveled

Training for a long-distance triathlon in the Swedish weather this time of year builds character, but it’s probably not something that I will do again for several reasons. For the past month, I...

Never Ending Season

I really love training and rarely have problem with motivation but right now, when most triathletes are either taking their seasonal break or restarting their training after a break, I can’t...

Racing for Doctors without borders at Ironman Lanzarote

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