2011 ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships to be Held in Henderson, Nevada
Lowery’s Multisport Races, home of the Nevada Silverman Triathlon was recently awarded the contract to host the 2011 Long Distance Triathlon World Championships. This is a huge honor for the Lowery’s Multisport team. Frank and Meg traveled half way across the Globe to attend the 2009 ITU World Championships in Australia. While on the trip they were informed that they were awarded the contract for 2011.
This is the first time the World Championships has been held in the United States in more than 10 years. The half iron distance event will be held in Henderson which is located just outside Las Vegas Nevada.
There will also be a full iron distance event held the same day.
For more information on the event please visit www.silvermannv.com.
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Friday, December 18, 2009
Inaugural Race To Take Place in March 2011 in San Diego
SAN DIEGO – (December 16, 2009) – In November of this year, IMG Worldwide, the world’s leading sports, entertainment and media company, announced the launch of a new San Diego Triathlon set to take place March of 2010, in Mission Bay, the heart of San Diego. In a statement earlier today, IMG announced that the event will be re-scheduled to March of 2011.
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Thursday, December 10, 2009
Boulder, CO, USA - December 10, 2009 - Fuel-starved endurance athletes are notorious convenience eaters, scarfing pre-packaged products and expensive prepared foods that offer a quick fix for their ravenous appetites. But these food products and supplements leave athletes under-nourished, delaying recovery and preventing their highest performance.
For endurance athletes, there is no substitute for real food. The Athlete's Plate: Real Food for High Performance debunks the myth that busy athletes lack the time to fuel with real food. Professional chef and endurance athlete Adam Kelinson guides athletes from grocery store to kitchen, offering time-saving shopping and cooking strategies that make preparing delicious, nutritious meals a pleasure. The Athlete's Plate is now available in bookstores, endurance sports shops, and online.
Kelinson demonstrates how buying local, seasonal foods will save time and money. He explains how organic whole foods provide more nutrients than conventionally grown food and how a minimalist approach to cooking is more convenient and nutritious than laborious gourmet recipes.
The Athlete's Plate provides 85 delicious, quick-prep recipes to fuel the active lifestyle. Kelinson's worry-free dishes include smoothies and juices; power snacks; appetizing soups, salads and dressings; carb-filled pastas, polenta, and noodle bowls; lean protein dishes featuring seafoods, poultry, pork, and savory vegetarian preparations; and satisfying desserts.
The Athlete's Plate reflects Kelinson's years of experience as a professional chef, endurance athlete, and student of the relationship between nutrition and the environment. The book offers a no-nonsense way to balanced nutrition, incorporating all the nutrients athletes need to fuel and recover for training and racing. Athletes will learn how to make nutrition an enjoyable part of their lifetyle instead of a limiter on their performance.
The Athlete's Plate: Real Food for High Performance by Adam Kelinson Paperback with 2-color interior and two color photosections.
7 1/2" x 10", 300 pp., $24.95, 978-1-934030-46-2
Adam Kelinson is a professional chef and the founder of Organic Performance, a nutrition consulting company based in New York. Kelinson is an Ironman triathlete and has written on diet and nutrition for TrailRunner, Inside Triathlon, xtri.com, and dietwatch.com. He has cooked for elite athletes, corporate executives, and celebrities like Prince, Hillary Swank, and Mariska Hargitay.