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Scoring A Deal On Your Next Race (Or Any) Vacation

The TriWives are very pleased to welcome back guest blogger, Tariq Ali, triathlete and creator of the website, 3Dealz.  This time he’s back with some great tips for booking your next race vacation and scoring a deal at the same time.  You can you know.  Enjoy and learn…. 5 TIPS FOR SCORING A DEAL ON YOUR NEXT RACE VACATION For most of us, signing up for…

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in Guest Blogger, Life with a Triathlete, Race Life

Father Daughter Triathletes – Family Battle Or Family Bonding?

We are so THRILLED to have Jodi and Guy’s daughter, Lindsay, as a guest blogger to the TriWivesClub.  Linsday is an animator by profession and a very successful age-group triathlete on the side AND she’s only been at it a year.  Lindsay placed 3rd in her age group at Ironman 70.3 Kansas – her VERY FIRST Ironman race –  and qualified for a spot at…

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in Home, Ironman, Life with a Triathlete


Aaaah, romance….. The TriWives love a little romance in their lives. Really, who doesn’t? But can triathlons and romance go hand in hand? We thought so and remember, romance isn’t just about the physical place; it’s also a state of mind. So, with Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, we decided to get into the spirit and write about the MOST ROMANTIC TRIATHLON RACE SITES that we…

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in Home, Life with a Triathlete, Race Life, The Sport of Spectating


Calling all Spectators!  Your athlete may be ramping up their training sessions as the off-season ends, so now is the perfect time for you to think about getting in race day shape yourself.  Don’t be fooled into thinking spectating is easy and not a sport.  You’ll need to be as equally prepared for whatever challenges race days throw at you as your triathlete, so it’s…

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Designing Triathlon Spaces – Storing Your Bike

We were recently visiting friends at their newly remodeled house in Maine.  The conversation just naturally steered towards triathlons, training, and then towards tri spaces – we had two triathletes and an architect present.  My first inclination was to figure out how to turn the conversation into an article for The TriWives and my second  was to convince our architect friend, Arlene Avidan, to redo OUR…

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in Food & fun, North America, Restaurants, Rev3


As promised, the TriWives are back with Venice, Florida, Food & Fun Part 2.  Hopefully, you’ve read Part 1 and have picked out a few great things to do while you’re in Florida, whether you’re on vacation or in town for the Rev3 triathlon.  Now, we want to give you some favorite places to eat.  We got these from our local friend, Bobbie, so they…

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in Food & fun, North America, Restaurants, Rev3


Lucky you if you’re going to the Rev3 Florida race this time of year; especially all of you east coast and midwest triathletes and families.  TheTriWives would love to give you some ideas for things to do and places to eat that should give you a feel for the city of Venice – we assume you already have your place to stay and travel plans made….

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Dave Orlowski – Original Ironman Talks Racing & Spectating

The TriWives had the distinct pleasure to chat with Dave Orlowski, one of the original 1978 Ironman, who finished 3rd by the way.  Over the years, Dave has taken on the role of both racer and spectator, so he was able to offer a unique perspective for this interview.  Dave actually did not do another Ironman until 2008 for the 30th anniversary in Kona.  Since…

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Hopefully, you enjoyed your lunch or whatever break you took while your triathlete was out on the bike.  But, now is the time you really need to watch where you are.  One year, it literally took us an hour to get back to the spot we like to be to watch the run – due to both the crowds and trying to cross the street….

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Mike Thompson: Triathlon Is A Team Sport

As we told you earlier in the week, we are thrilled to welcome Mike Thompson to the TriWivesClub. If you didn’t see our introduction, please read about his amazing story, Mike Thompson: A True Ironman Inspiration, We are just in awe of this young man. He inspires us to make ourselves and the world a better place. We can’t wait to see what amazing feats…

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