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Coach’s Corner: How to Train for a Duathlon

Duathlon is usually the easiest step to gain entry to the multi sport lifestyle.   If you cannot swim yet, dislike it or simply lack time to train for three sports, then training for a duathlon will be a good thing for you. While sticking to duathlon seems quite easy to do,...
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Best Images: Gallery from Pilipinas Duathlon Leg 1-Clark, Philippines

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Posted On Feb 27 2018
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Course Review: Powerman Malaysia

Malaysia hosted the first edition of Powerman in 2002 and the brand has since then established its reputation as one of the bigger duathlon events in the world.  This year, the event attracted 3.500 athletes, making it the world largest Duathlon event.  With two distance...
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Best Photos: Powerman Malaysia 2017

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Best Photos: Powerkids Malaysia 2017

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Powerman Indonesia Winners’ Interview: Thomas Bruins (NED) and Airi Sawada (JAP)

Powerman Indonesia Champions Thomas Bruins (NED) and Airi Sawada (JAP) talks about their race, the race conditions and their next races. See The Best Photos from 2017 Powerman Indonesia Bruins, Sawada take titles at Inaugural Powerman Indonesia   Follow usShare this article
Posted On Feb 22 2017
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Bruins, Sawada take titles at Inaugural Powerman Indonesia

Thomas Bruins (NED) and Airi Sawada (JAP) won their respective elite categories in the inaugural Powerman Indonesia amidst rainshowers and wetroads in BSD City, Indonesia last Sunday February 19th.  More than 1200 participants joined the event that was only announced four months...
Posted On Feb 21 2017
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Best Images: 2017 Powerkids Indonesia

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Posted On Feb 18 2017
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Course Review: Powerman Nakhon Nayok, Thailand

The inaugural Powerman Thailand took place in Nakhon Nayok, around 2 hours northeast of Bangkok.   Aside from the classic distance of 10k run / 60k bike / 10k run, athletes also had the option to race a shorter version 5k run/30k bike/5k run.  The event was held beside the local...
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Powerman Thailand: Winners video interview

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Bruins, Eberhardt-Halasz win Powerman Nakhon-Nayok, Thailand

Thomas Bruins of the Netherlands and Anna Eberhardt-Halasz of Hungary won their respective elite titles at the inaugural Powerman Nakhon-Nayok in Thailand. Men’s Elite In the first 10k run, five duathletes composed of Thomas Bruins (NED), Ritchie Nicholls (GBR), Joey Delos...
Posted On Jan 23 2017
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Best Photos: Powerman Thailand

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