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Jordan Monnink Wins Barrleman Triathlon

Jordan Monnink

Cyclelogik // HPP Pro triathlete Jordan Monnink took first place at Multisport Canada Barrelman Triathlon on September 17, 2017. This marks his third time competing in the event placing on the podium each time. On his third outing, Jordan finally took first place winning the Long Course Provincial Championship title. Jordan Monnink posted the fastest run time on the course…

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Penticton ITU Worlds – Race Report

Penticton ITU

On August 27 2017 three Cyclelogik // HPP athletes and coach Ian Fraser headed to Pentiction, BC for ITU Long Course World Championships. The course consisted of a 3km swim, 120km bike, and 30km run; a peculiar distance for those familiar with Iron-distance events! Despite the unfamiliar distances, Heather was able to break 7 hours on the challenging course, one…

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Race Report – John V at IM Tremblant

Race Report written by John Villeneuve – HPP Athlete Note from Coach Alan: John came to us early in the year looking to accomplish his goal of completing an half Iron. He had been a former powerlifter but changed direction to endurance sport. John already had a solid base foundation for running –at his height and stride length he can…

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Triathlon Team Athletes on Fire in 2017

Triathlon Team - Robyn, Heather, Kim

This summer has been a big one for members of the Cyclelogik // Human Power Performance Triathlon Team. The season started with a handful of top age group finished for Chris Sliwka, Robert Fabes, and Jessica Dempsey at Somersault Events triathlon series. Our 18 year old rising star Josh Nowlan took first in his age group at the Somersault Early Bird…

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The Felt IA: A Lesson in Aerodynamics

Have you ever seen a high end triathlon bike; not a UCI legal TT bike but a triathlon specific racing bike? With no limitations in terms of frame design, these bikes incorporate some of those most unique bicycle designs on the market. The reason for this? Any experienced triathlete knows the answer: aerodynamics. While road cyclists are obsessed with weight…

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Five Ways to Kickstart Your 2017 Training

The new year is just a few days away and many of us are starting to think about our goals and plans for 2017. There’s a reason why resolutions are so popular on the new year. January 1st marks a new year and a new start; a sense of renewal. As athletes most of us will be starting our base…

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In Defence of the Sprint Triathlon

There is no question that Iron-distance events carry the most prestige and stand at the pinnacle of triathlon as the toughest challenge. Most triathletes aspire to do at least one full iron distance event and many spend their entire year training for just one iron event. The progression for many triathletes is to start with the shorter easier events and…

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Dealing with the Off Season – Part 2

To read the first part of this article click here. In the first part of this article we talked about the importance of the off season and how it affects an athlete’s annual training cycle. In part 2 we’ll examine how an athlete can use the off season to continue to make important gains in their overall fitness and skill…

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Dealing with the Off Season – Part 1

Depending what your preferred discipline is (and your geographic location) your athletic season is probably getting ready to come to a close. Here in Canada cyclists and triathletes are finishing up their final events and looking forward to some time away from training. While runners may be just getting their groove going for the fall marathon season, there’s no question that…

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