From Olympic gold medals to age group triathlon glory acclaimed triathlon coach Lance Watson has led many athletes to triathlon success. Learn more about not the man considered not just one of the most renowned coaches in Canada, but world over, as he joins forces with Quintana Roo in 2021. Read More
From the smallest movements come big things. That's been the goal of Marcus Fitts, head coach of GRIT USA, a D.C.-area tri team driving the advancement of people of color in multisport. Now, he introduces the amazing multisport community to two area high school athletes: Kimani and Kayla. We introduce these athletes as we begin a monthly series on their progression in tri. Read More
What's the best way to a great run—and great race finish at your next triathlon? It's all about a smart bike. Pro triathlete Matt Hanson takes us through five of his key tips on the bike to ensure a great run... and a great race. Read More
How do you convert your space into the ultimate training Pain Cave? Pro triathlete Jocelyn McCauley delivers her top 10 tips to creating a quality training environment, in the comfort of your own home. Read More
Races have been cancelled or postponed and future scheduling plans for a lot of athletes are having to be adjusted. Here’s what some of our athletes are doing to stay motivated. Read More
QR athlete Angela Naeth tells us how she keeps moving forward admistt COVID-19. Read More
QR Athlete Brent McMahon tells us about his favorite trainer workout. Read More
QR Athlete Matt Hanson gives us his best indoor training advice along with a few trainer workouts. Read More
QR Athlete Justin Metzler talks training and mindset during these abnormal times. Read More
QR Athlete, Rachel Olson talks about dry land training with the pool or open water aren't accessible.
There are only a few weeks left until the Big Island is swarming with athletes ready to toe the line. The hard work has been put in and the journey to Kona has begun — now it's time to let QR take it from here. Plus, we followed up with a few QR athletes that are racing to see what they've been doing to balance training with everyday life.
Two weeks of digging through rubble has resulted in health issues -- but that's not slowing this athlete down. Read More