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30.3.2013 Propozice na jablonecký plavecko-běžecký duatlon, který se bude konat 25. dubna naleznete zde

5.10.2012 Výsledky z lékařského triatlonu naleznete zde.

 31.7.2012  TJ Bižuterie Jablonec n.N. uspořádá  dne 22.září 2012 opět triatlon pro mládežnické kategorie. Podrobnější infromace již brzy v sekci Libereceký kraj.

    8.7.2012 Zážitky Petry Kuříkové - 5.té   z akademického MS si můžete přečíst zde.

28.3.2012    13.Jablonecký plavecko-běžecký duatlon se uskuteční ve čtvrek 12.dubna v plaveckém bazénu ( ul. Sv.Čecha ) a jeho okolí. Prezentace od 13 do 13,30hod. Bližší informace uvedeme v nejbližší době.

29.1.2012 Ve druhém závodě ČP v ZTT v Hlinsku si vedll skvěle Martin Hušek, když stejně jako před týdnem získal 2.místo. Lepší byl pouze Pavel Jindra. Ostatní závodníci našeho oddílu nestartovali. Po dvou závodech je Martin celkově druhý a tým TJ Bižuterie na 2.-3.místě výsledky zde.

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Fantastická Vendula Frintová obhájila vítězství v Karlových Varech. Kuříková doběhla čtvrtá

Etriatlon - Ne, 25/08/2019 - 16:44
Neuvěřitelné představení českých triatlonistek viděli diváci ITU Světového poháru v Karlových Varech. Vendula Frintová dokázala v nabité konkurenci obhájit loňský triumf a Petra Kuříková skončila těsně pod medailovým podiem.
Kategorie: Triatlon

Another golden day in Karlovy Vary for Vendula Frintova, GB’s Sam Dickinson takes men’s title

ITU - novinky - Ne, 25/08/2019 - 16:36
Home favourite Vendula Frintova recovered brilliantly from a tricky second swim lap to take Sunday’s Karlovy Vary World Cup gold for the second year running, pipping USA’s Tamara Gorman to the tape. Frintova had hung on the American’s shoulder from the first steps of the hot 10km run, eventually passing her down the home straight, Germany’s Caroline Pohl landing a first podium in third. ‘I would have been really happy just to podium”, said Frintova afterwards. “I came off the pace on the swim and had a lot to do but it all came together. I had some stomach problems out there but the crowd was amazing for the last laps and they pushed me through so I was so glad to win again here. I had nothing to give really, I just had to dig in and stay there. We had a little gap after I lost contact in the water so we had to push really hard from the beginning, then the pace settled a little.” In the men’s race, Sam Dickinson managed to find the legs over the final 2km to pull away from Raphael Montoya and produce a hard-earned gold, the Frenchman in second ahead of Dickinson’s GB teammate Grant Sheldon, back on the podium for the first time since 2013. — Women’s report It was a glorious day out at Rolava Lake on the edge of the spa town of Karlovy Vary as the athletes lined up, number one Vendula Frintova next to Chelsea Burns but it was Sara Perez Sala of Spain who was the first to take to the front, Gorman and Pohle right on her heels as they dove back in for the second lap. The snaking swim course set the tone for a race in which there was no time for the athletes to switch off, but by the time they were into transition, only ten seconds separated the top 10. Simone Ackerman (RSA) and Anastasia Gorbunova (RUS) had also put themselves into a good position on the Spaniards wheel as the 7km ride into town saw two distinct packs emerge, Frintova leading the chasers some 20secs back. Jeanne Lehair (FRA) and Quinty Schoens (NED) were also going well as the first of seven laps of the town centre played out, Lotte Wilms (NED) showing her power on the bike too. Each time the athletes swung back through transition, the long climb bore down on them, and it soon provided an opportunity for Frintova, Juri Ide (JPN) and Edda Hannesdottir (ISL) to haul their group up to the leaders. With Sala always eager to take to the front, the gap to the chase pack eventually up to two minutes as the likes of Kaidi Kivioja (EST) and Justine Guerard (FRA) toiled in vain to...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Another golden day in Karlovy Vary for Vendula Frintova, GB’s Sam Dickinson takes men’s title

ITU - novinky - Ne, 25/08/2019 - 16:36
Home favourite Vendula Frintova recovered brilliantly from a tricky second swim lap to take Sunday’s Karlovy Vary World Cup gold for the second year running, pipping USA’s Tamara Gorman to the tape. Frintova had hung on the American’s shoulder from the first steps of the hot 10km run, eventually passing her down the home straight, Germany’s Caroline Pohl landing a first podium in third. ‘I would have been really happy just to podium”, said Frintova afterwards. “I came off the pace on the swim and had a lot to do but it all came together. I had some stomach problems out there but the crowd was amazing for the last laps and they pushed me through so I was so glad to win again here. I had nothing to give really, I just had to dig in and stay there. We had a little gap after I lost contact in the water so we had to push really hard from the beginning, then the pace settled a little.” In the men’s race, Sam Dickinson managed to find the legs over the final 2km to pull away from Raphael Montoya and produce a hard-earned gold, the Frenchman in second ahead of Dickinson’s GB teammate Grant Sheldon, back on the podium for the first time since 2013. — Women’s report It was a glorious day out at Rolava Lake on the edge of the spa town of Karlovy Vary as the athletes lined up, number one Vendula Frintova next to Chelsea Burns but it was Sara Perez Sala of Spain who was the first to take to the front, Gorman and Pohle right on her heels as they dove back in for the second lap. The snaking swim course set the tone for a race in which there was no time for the athletes to switch off, but by the time they were into transition, only ten seconds separated the top 10. Simone Ackerman (RSA) and Anastasia Gorbunova (RUS) had also put themselves into a good position on the Spaniards wheel as the 7km ride into town saw two distinct packs emerge, Frintova leading the chasers some 20secs back. Jeanne Lehair (FRA) and Quinty Schoens (NED) were also going well as the first of seven laps of the town centre played out, Lotte Wilms (NED) showing her power on the bike too. Each time the athletes swung back through transition, the long climb bore down on them, and it soon provided an opportunity for Frintova, Juri Ide (JPN) and Edda Hannesdottir (ISL) to haul their group up to the leaders. With Sala always eager to take to the front, the gap to the chase pack eventually up to two minutes as the likes of Kaidi Kivioja (EST) and Justine Guerard (FRA) toiled in vain to...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Another golden day in Karlovy Vary for Vendula Frintova, GB’s Sam Dickinson takes men’s title

ITU - novinky - Ne, 25/08/2019 - 16:36
Home favourite Vendula Frintova recovered brilliantly from a tricky second swim lap to take Sunday’s Karlovy Vary World Cup gold for the second year running, pipping USA’s Tamara Gorman to the tape. Frintova had hung on the American’s shoulder from the first steps of the hot 10km run, eventually passing her down the home straight, Germany’s Caroline Pohl landing a first podium in third. ‘I would have been really happy just to podium”, said Frintova afterwards. “I came off the pace on the swim and had a lot to do but it all came together.” It was a glorious day out at Rolava Lake on the edge of the spa town of Karlovy Vary as the athletes lined up, number one Vendula Frintova next to Chelsea Burns but it was Sara Perez Sala of Spain who was the first to take to the front, Gorman and Pohle right on her heels as they dove back in for the second lap. The snaking swim course set the tone for a race in which there was no time for the athletes to switch off, but by the time they were into transition, only ten seconds separated the top 10. Simone Ackerman (RSA) and Anastasia Gorbunova (RUS) had also put themselves into a good position on the Spaniards wheel as the 7km ride into town saw two distinct packs emerge, Frintova leading the chasers some 20secs back. Jeanne Lehair (FRA) and Quinty Schoens (NED) were also going well as the first of seven laps of the town centre played out, Lotte Wilms (NED) showing her power on the bike too. Each time the athletes swung back through transition, the long climb bore down on them, and it soon provided an opportunity for Frintova, Juri Ide (JPN) and Edda Hannesdottir (ISL) to haul their group up to the leaders. With Sala always eager to take to the front, the gap to the chase pack eventually up to two minutes as the likes of Kaidi Kivioja (EST) and Justine Guerard (FRA) toiled in vain to close in. Wilms asked the question on lap four but failed to force a break, though with each hill the pack thinned slightly. A puncture on lap five put an end to Chelsea Burns’ (USA) race, and then Annabel Knoll (GER) and Jolien Vermeylen (BEL) fell back leaving 16 riders to fly into T2. It was Lehair leading Italy’s Ilaria Zane and Pohle out of transition, but the power of Gorman and Frintova told. They took to the front immediately and had soon carved out a 20 second lead on the first of the four laps, Pohle and another crowd favourite Petra Kurikova now clear and battling for third. The American could not shake...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Another golden day in Karlovy Vary for Vendula Frintova, GB’s Sam Dickinson takes men’s title

ITU - novinky - Ne, 25/08/2019 - 16:36
Home favourite Vendula Frintova recovered brilliantly from a tricky second swim lap to take Sunday’s Karlovy Vary World Cup gold for the second year running, pipping USA’s Tamara Gorman to the tape. Frintova had hung on the American’s shoulder from the first steps of the hot 10km run, eventually passing her down the home straight, Germany’s Caroline Pohl landing a first podium in third. ‘I would have been really happy just to podium”, said Frintova afterwards. “I came off the pace on the swim and had a lot to do but it all came together. I had some stomach problems out there but the crowd was amazing for the last laps and they pushed me through so I was so glad to win again here. I had nothing to give really, I just had to dig in and stay there. We had a little gap after I lost contact in the water so we had to push really hard from the beginning, then the pace settled a little.” In the men’s race, Sam Dickinson managed to find the legs over the final 2km to pull away from Raphael Montoya and produce a hard-earned gold, the Frenchman in second ahead of Dickinson’s GB teammate Grant Sheldon, back on the podium for the first time since 2013. — Women’s report It was a glorious day out at Rolava Lake on the edge of the spa town of Karlovy Vary as the athletes lined up, number one Vendula Frintova next to Chelsea Burns but it was Sara Perez Sala of Spain who was the first to take to the front, Gorman and Pohle right on her heels as they dove back in for the second lap. The snaking swim course set the tone for a race in which there was no time for the athletes to switch off, but by the time they were into transition, only ten seconds separated the top 10. Simone Ackerman (RSA) and Anastasia Gorbunova (RUS) had also put themselves into a good position on the Spaniards wheel as the 7km ride into town saw two distinct packs emerge, Frintova leading the chasers some 20secs back. Jeanne Lehair (FRA) and Quinty Schoens (NED) were also going well as the first of seven laps of the town centre played out, Lotte Wilms (NED) showing her power on the bike too. Each time the athletes swung back through transition, the long climb bore down on them, and it soon provided an opportunity for Frintova, Juri Ide (JPN) and Edda Hannesdottir (ISL) to haul their group up to the leaders. With Sala always eager to take to the front, the gap to the chase pack eventually up to two minutes as the likes of Kaidi Kivioja (EST) and Justine Guerard (FRA) toiled in vain to...
Kategorie: Triatlon

2019 Patras Mediterranean Beach Games

ITU - výsledky - Ne, 25/08/2019 - 01:00
Kategorie: Triatlon

Příbram koncertovala, Jablonec smetla čtyřmi góly!

Z Jablonecka - So, 24/08/2019 - 19:33
/FOTOGALERIE/ V jasnou záležitost záležitost se proměnilo utkání 7. kola FORTUNA:LIGY mezi Příbramí a Jablonce. Trochu nečekaně ale ve prospěch Středočechů, kteří deklasovali druhý tým tabulky vysoko 4:0 a udrželi tak svou domácí neporazitelnost.
Kategorie: Triatlon

FOTO: Harrachov hostí „extrémní“ mistrovství, probíhá celý víkend

Z Jablonecka - So, 24/08/2019 - 13:37
Pod harrachovskými můstky se už podruhé sešla špička české OCR scény v rámci Mistrovství České republiky v OCR 2019. Závodníci se rozhodli poměřit si navzájem síly a zabojovat o vítězství. 
Kategorie: Triatlon

Coach insight with Claudia Beristain who continues to inspire and motivate

ITU - novinky - So, 24/08/2019 - 07:08
Claudia Beristain embarked on her triathlon pathway in 1987. The already ambitious athlete was swimming competitively for years prior and enjoyed running. She suffered an injury when she made the switch from swimming to running and was encouraged into triathlon by a doctor. She fell in love with the sport immediately and the rest is rich with history. Claudia coaches athletes in the ASICS World Triathlon ITU Development team and is a dedicated coach to her own triathlon team, made up of age-group triathletes, in Mexico City. She has also previously coaches elite triathletes including Mexico’s Olympian Rodrigo Gonzalez. Claudia has also established pathway opportunities for women in triathlon, to progress and build confidence through skill-based initiatives before integrating them into mixed training programs. The renowned triathlon coach, based in Mexico City with mind2motion, has two athletes who have qualified to compete in the prestigious and highly competitive 2019 ITU World Championships in Lausanne. “Well I have been a triathlete since 1987. I was swimming competitively for some years but was actually a pretty good runner. When I switched from swimming to running, i became injured and the doctor spoke to me about triathlon. I fell in love with the sport. Since then I have raced as an elite athlete, I have coached children, youth, juniors, elite and age group and I am now involved with the ITU Coach Education program and with my own federation Coach Education program. It has been so rewarding and so much fun. “Our team is called mind2motion, we thought of this idea thinking that sports not only work with your body but your mind should be involved too. Our team is made from really excellent people, most of them keep juggling sports, work, family or friends. All the members are very supportive for each other so we have a great team environment. I am very proud of all the people I work with. We have fun, we do sports and enjoy our friends.” How proud are you that you have two athletes representing Mexico, within the club, at this year’s World Championships? “I am extremely proud of Eduardo and Ana Pau. In Mexico it is pretty hard to qualify for worlds as age groupers are very competitive. The qualification process includes being on the top 2 on national races and in a cut off time from the first place. They have both done a great job and are enjoying their qualification process and preparation for worlds.” Why triathlon? “Well I have been a...
Kategorie: Triatlon

2019 Rabat African Games

ITU - výsledky - So, 24/08/2019 - 01:00
Kategorie: Triatlon

Filip Mareš a Jan Hloušek bodovali na Barumce

Z Jablonecka - Pá, 23/08/2019 - 20:02
Dramatickou podívanou a vypjaté souboje nabídla tradičně legendární BARUM CZECH RALLY ZLÍN. Závěrečný podnik domácího šampionátu a vrchol evropského mistrovství byl vrcholem sezóny také pro posádku Mareš – Hloušek, ta na něj odjížděla s jednoznačným cílem.
Kategorie: Triatlon

Top age-group triathlete Lee Thompson continues quest to become a world champion

ITU - novinky - Pá, 23/08/2019 - 14:27
In the past year Lee Thompson has represented Great Britain, in his age-group, at the 2019 Pontevedra ITU Duathlon World Championships, 2018 Ibiza ETU Duathlon European Championships, 2018 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Gold Coast, 2018 Glasgow ETU Triathlon European Championships and 2018 Fyn ITU Duathlon World Championships. Thompson will once again line up, to test his best in his age-group, at the 2019 ITU World Championships in Lausanne. Lee has had a fantastic season with wins in his age-groups at various races on the circuit. Lausanne will be a special race for the age-group triathlete from Great Britain as his entire family will be travelling to Switzerland to support his ongoing quest to become a world champion and enjoy the experience on the sidelines. How has your preparation been leading into Lausanne? “2019 has actually been a pretty awesome season! I managed to take home the overall win in the Sprint Distance at the ITU race in Leeds earlier this Summer and also won my Age Group last weekend at the English national sprint championships! Of course, I’ll always sit here and say “I wish I could have done more” or “I wish I could have squeezed in another session here and there” but overall, I’m really happy with how this year’s season has gone domestically. I didn’t have the best race at the Duathlon World Championships earlier this year after an unfortunate incident which saw me being pushed off my bike, so I’m looking forward to getting to Lausanne and having a great race!” How do you balance full time work, life and training a top age-group triathlete? “Honestly? It’s really tough and something, I know, many age-group athletes struggle with. I run the communications and marketing team at CNBC, the world’s number one business and financial network and have a team in Singapore and London. Weirdly, me getting up at 5am to train really helps me get ahead with my team in Singapore and ensure I’m getting back to them quicker than I would be if I was just getting into the office at 9am! Ultimately, I think trying to find a balance as much as possible is key! I’m really lucky that my work place are super supportive of my triathlon endeavors but juggling everything is something I struggle with on a regular basis!” You’ve raced at the World Championship level before, what is the most special part of the experience and who will be supporting you on race day in 2019? “The atmosphere at the Grand Final is always awesome!...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Top age-group triathlete Lee Thompson continues quest to become a world champion

ITU - novinky - Pá, 23/08/2019 - 14:27
In the past year Lee Thompson has represented Great Britain, in his age-group, at the 2019 Pontevedra ITU Duathlon World Championships, 2018 Ibiza ETU Duathlon European Championships, 2018 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Gold Coast, 2018 Glasgow ETU Triathlon European Championships and 2018 Fyn ITU Duathlon World Championships. Thompson will once again line up, to test his best in his age-group, at the 2019 ITU World Championships in Lausanne. Lee has had a fantastic season with wins in his age-groups at various races on the circuit. Lausanne will be a special race for the age-group triathlete from Great Britain as his entire family will be travelling to Switzerland to support his ongoing quest to become a world champion and enjoy the experience on the sidelines. How has your preparation been leading into Lausanne? “2019 has actually been a pretty awesome season! I managed to take home the overall win in the Sprint Distance at the ITU race in Leeds earlier this Summer and also won my Age Group last weekend at the English national sprint championships! Of course, I’ll always sit here and say “I wish I could have done more” or “I wish I could have squeezed in another session here and there” but overall, I’m really happy with how this year’s season has gone domestically. I didn’t have the best race at the Duathlon World Championships earlier this year after an unfortunate incident which saw me being pushed off my bike, so I’m looking forward to getting to Lausanne and having a great race!” How do you balance full time work, life and training a top age-group triathlete? “Honestly? It’s really tough and something, I know, many age-group athletes struggle with. I run the communications and marketing team at CNBC, the world’s number one business and financial network and have a team in Singapore and London. Weirdly, me getting up at 5am to train really helps me get ahead with my team in Singapore and ensure I’m getting back to them quicker than I would be if I was just getting into the office at 9am! Ultimately, I think trying to find a balance as much as possible is key! I’m really lucky that my work place are super supportive of my triathlon endeavors but juggling everything is something I struggle with on a regular basis!” You’ve raced at the World Championship level before, what is the most special part of the experience and who will be supporting you on race day in 2019? “The atmosphere at the Grand Final is always awesome!...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Kirsten Sass, USA, racing in honour of an inspiring father

ITU - novinky - Pá, 23/08/2019 - 14:10
Kirsten Sass, 40-years of age, is the currently the most decorated age-group triathlete in the USA. Sass has her own race goals, many triathlon achievements and guides for one of the top para athletes, Amy Dixon, vying for selection in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Kirsten’s father sadly passed about a year ago and remains the greatest influence of her triathlon journey. Sass is focused on Lausanne and will race the 2019 World Championships, representing USA in her age-group, to race in honour of her father. To see someone out there on the course, testing themselves, giving the very best they have to give, and representing their country, it is a powerful thing. How did you get into the sport of triathlon? “When I was growing up, my father started doing triathlons. I live way out in the country in TN, small town, no track/cross-country/swim team but my father had all my brothers and sister and myself do a 5k when we were kids, just so we could experience it. I ran on and off after that - but never competitively. When I moved away to university, I turned back to running to balance a challenging school load, and being far from home. My roommate encouraged me to try swimming, and I found I could barely make it the length of the pool without having to stop and catch my breath.  It became my new challenge and I started swimming regularly. My 2nd year in university I moved off campus and bought a mountain bike to commute on. I kept swimming and met a girl at the pool who turned out to be the coach for the university triathlon team. She invited me to start swimming with them, and then I started biking with them as well.  “When my father found out he was SO EXCITED. He determined my summer break fell just in time for me to come home and do the Memphis in May triathlon (Olympic distance), which he promptly signed me up for.  I rode on one of his bikes (he was 6’3” and I am 5’9” - I didn’t get in the aerobars at all - lol). I was dead last in my age group - but I was SO INSPIRED by the supportive community - everyone who passed me offered words of encouragement. The post-race party was amazing with food, live music, and everyone hanging out swapping race stories. I decided this was a pretty cool sport and that with some training maybe I could do a little better.  “I was 19 at the time.  For the next 20 years my father and I raced all over the world together. We did local races in TN, IRONMAN events all over the...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Kirsten Sass, USA, racing in honour of an inspiring father

ITU - novinky - Pá, 23/08/2019 - 14:10
Kirsten Sass, 40-years of age, is the currently the most decorated age-group triathlete in the USA. Sass has her own race goals, many triathlon achievements and guides for one of the top para athletes, Amy Dixon, vying for selection in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Kirsten’s father sadly passed about a year ago and remains the greatest influence of her triathlon journey. Sass is focused on Lausanne and will race the 2019 World Championships, representing USA in her age-group, to race in honour of her father. To see someone out there on the course, testing themselves, giving the very best they have to give, and representing their country, it is a powerful thing. How did you get into the sport of triathlon? “When I was growing up, my father started doing triathlons. I live way out in the country in TN, small town, no track/cross-country/swim team but my father had all my brothers and sister and myself do a 5k when we were kids, just so we could experience it. I ran on and off after that - but never competitively. When I moved away to university, I turned back to running to balance a challenging school load, and being far from home. My roommate encouraged me to try swimming, and I found I could barely make it the length of the pool without having to stop and catch my breath.  It became my new challenge and I started swimming regularly. My 2nd year in university I moved off campus and bought a mountain bike to commute on. I kept swimming and met a girl at the pool who turned out to be the coach for the university triathlon team. She invited me to start swimming with them, and then I started biking with them as well.  “When my father found out he was SO EXCITED. He determined my summer break fell just in time for me to come home and do the Memphis in May triathlon (Olympic distance), which he promptly signed me up for.  I rode on one of his bikes (he was 6’3” and I am 5’9” - I didn’t get in the aerobars at all - lol). I was dead last in my age group - but I was SO INSPIRED by the supportive community - everyone who passed me offered words of encouragement. The post-race party was amazing with food, live music, and everyone hanging out swapping race stories. I decided this was a pretty cool sport and that with some training maybe I could do a little better.  “I was 19 at the time.  For the next 20 years my father and I raced all over the world together. We did local races in TN, IRONMAN events all over the...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Ana Paula Duran is set to represent Mexico at her first World Triathlon Championships

ITU - novinky - Pá, 23/08/2019 - 13:25
Ana Paula Duran, from Mexico, was inspired into triathlon through a friend. Four years on and Ana is heading to the Olympic City of Lausanne, Switzerland, to represent her country at the 2019 World Triathlon Championships, among the top age-group triathletes globally. What started out as a fun hobby has now become a lifestyle and Ana is thriving across her triathlon journey. Mixing up training with three disciplines of sport keeps it fun and interesting and training in a club environment in Mexico City (Mind2Motion), under the guidance of renowed coach Claudia Beristain, ensures for consistency during training and team motivation. Finding the harmony between work, life and training as an age-group triathlete is challenging but equally rewarding for Ana. Ana Paula Duran is about to embark on the journey to Switzerland, for the ITU World Triathlon Championships, to soak up her first World Championships experience. How did you get into the sport of triathlon? “It was about four years ago when I tried triathlon for the first time (sprint distance). One of my best friends just finished a level 1 triathlon coaching course in Mimi and he asked me if I wanted to train with him. And I thought, since I took swimming lessons when I was little, went to school almost every day by bike and my running was ok, that it shouldn´t be that hard.” How did you get introduced into a triathlon club and how would you describe the comradery within the club? “Once I started doing triathlon I came to realize that more friends were doing it too that I didn´t know about. One of them was already in a club (Mind2Motion) and introduced me to Claudia, the club coach. Her husband, who is sort of the club manager, invited me for lunch and explained the whole training system and the team identity and principles, with which I sympathized immediately. Claudia and her husband are really warm and kind, so they´ve managed to lead a group of athletes who appreciate the team values such as companionship. They believe a good athlete trains a lot, but a better athlete balances the training with social life. Continually after a training session or a competition we make a little social event were we get together, eat and have fun, which make the teammates get to know each other and therefore get along.” When did you decide that representing Mexico at a World Championship level was something you wanted to aspire to? “I think I never decided that. I always thought going to a World...
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Tak skvělou atmosféru jsem ještě nezažila, říká Lucie ©nebergerová po IM Kalmar

Etriatlon - Pá, 23/08/2019 - 12:31
Ironman ve ©védsku byl pro Lucku letošním posledním závodem. I když příprava nešla podle plánu, zajela výborný výsledek v podobě vítězství ve své Age group, který znamenal havajský slot. Proč ho odmítla a jak vnímala průběh závodu si můžete přečíst v našem rozhovoru.
Kategorie: Triatlon