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This animated video provides a good history lesson about the Tour and how it works. Have a look!

Last year I did the K-Town Tri in Kingston, Ontario and after finishing a great swim and finding my bike, I slipped out of my wetsuit quickly while watching the triathlete in front of me sitting on his bum, struggling to get out of his wetsuit. He was swearing at his suit. He was frustrated at the amount of time and energy it took to rip the darn thing off. I was wearing the Zone 3 Aspire wetsuit and it is a suit like no other.

Zone 3 was born in the UK and is the number 1 triathlon brand in Britain. They offer a variety wetsuits at various price ranges to fit any budget. Whether you are a beginner to triathlons or a seasoned Ironman athlete, Zone 3 has a wetsuit for you.

One of the great features of their suits are the Speed Cuffs. These help make taking the wetsuit off in a race fast and easy. Have a look at this video and see how fast this swimmer can get out of it.

Anthony Brown of Zone 3 says:

In the last 2 years, the Aspire has been arguably the best reviewed wetsuit on the market. Following 10/10 reviews in 2012 and 2013, expert opinion and feedback for the suit has continued into the 2014 season. 

Triathlete magazine, arguably one of the most prestigious tri publications worldwide, have looked very favourably on our Aspire wetsuit.

 They loved our speed orientated fit allowing great core compression and reduced drag. However they were clear that this sensation is only felt in the mid section and the arm and shoulders ensure great flexibility.  The testers went onto say:

 "The suit’s firm design helps put even more power into the water. Pure Swimmers will love the natural feel of this suit and those with less refined technique will benefit from its ample buoyancy"

 

For more information on the Zone 3 wetsuits, you can visit their website at www.racezone3.com.

The wetsuits are available for sale here: Zone 3 Wetsuits

 

 

 

 

After the tragedy that occurred at the Boston Marathon, a group of individuals have put forth the idea of selling t-shirts to raise money for the Boston One Fund, a fund to help the people most affected by the tragic events that occurred in Boston on April 15, 2013.

This inspired Ottawa resident and runner Brent Smyth to bring the idea here in Ottawa in time for the Ottawa Race Weekend later on this month. Please consider purchasing the blue and yellow T-shirts and wearing them for the race or make a donation directly to THE ONE FUND.

The T-shirts sell for $26.20 and you can order them here.

Tim Don, the 2006 World Champion and 5X British National Champion takes 3rd at the Ironman 70.3 South Africa.

 

Congratulations Tim!


CBC's Fifth Estate aired an episode on Lance Armstrong and interviewed many people who knew about his secrets and doping abuse. To many, Lance was an inspiration by overcoming cancer, starting the Livestrong Foundation and being one of the world's greatest athletes.

The Fifth Estate opens our eyes to the truth. 

For the video, click here.

 

Tour de France champion Bradley Wiggins has been hospitalised after a crash near his home in Eccleston

 

Tour de France winner Brad Wiggins spent the night at the hospital on Wednesday after a car hit him while on a training ride. Bikeradar.com has more details on the crash.

We are happy to inform you that we now have good stock levels for most of the goggle options. The only colour we are waiting on is the Gold competitive 101. We are phasing out the recreational amber and rose goggles.... Not enough of you wanted to buy them! :)

So if you are interested in getting a pair, now is the time to place an order, because once these are gone.... who knows how long it will take to get more?!

Thanks,

 

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