The New England Endurance Blog
The latest news and views from New England’s triathlon/running scene.
Join Our May 21 “Triathlon Q and A Workshop”
June 10's Hyannis Triathlon is a big deal this year. The governing body of our sport, USA Triathlon, has named this race as their Massachusetts State Championships in three categories: Age Group, High School and
Hyannis Triathlon named 2023 Massachusetts Age Group and High School — State Championships.
For the sixth year, USA Triathlon has named the Hyannis Triathlon (June 10, 2023) both the 2023 Age Group Championship Race as well as the 2023 High School Massachusetts Championship Race. And for the first time, Hyannis
Inside the new Gut Check Adventure race.
Last year's introduction of the all-new Gut Check Adventure race was a blast — and the start of a new annual triathlon tradition. It's not too late to register for the fall 2022 event —
Why Research & Learning Should Be Part Of Triathlon Prep
It’s a given that physical practice is required when training for a triathlon. You’ll need to work on each aspect of the race, build up your endurance, train your core, and more. However, another aspect of
“Train your core” for a month — for free.
New England Endurance Events has partnered with Pilates for Sports to bring our athletes a free 28 days of daily pilates workouts — designed specifically for triathletes. That's free as in: no obligation, no
A Recap of the 2021 Season
Talk about nervous! Do you remember how all of us felt as we entered the spring of 2021? Would the public health situation genuinely improve? Would our local communities embrace the return of events of
Update on June’s Hyannis Triathlon/Mass State Championships
No matter what the group activity, the past year has been full of big challenges. The gang at New England Endurance Events appreciates that our athletes have been so understanding and supportive as we have
What will triathlon look like in 2021?
At New England Endurance Events, we're looking forward to the time when we can all race together again. However, we are also mindful that although restrictions will be eased that doesn't mean many in our
Race recap: the “Tri It Your Way” virtual race series
Back in March of 2020, when the Town of Wellfleet decided there would be no events of any kind on town property for the duration of the year, the staff of New England Endurance Events
Keep your “triathlon focus” — even during times like these.
Despite an inability to swim right now in New England, you can still stay in a "triathlon state of mind" during this most unusual spring season. Going outside for a run is a great
How to race with us during this “unconventional” spring and early summer!
Like to race? But want to keep away from all those sweaty athletes? Try our “Tri It Your Way.” To all New England Endurance athletes: even though we can't gather together in one location
Where can I train on Cape Cod? – Spring edition 2020
----- SPRING TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES ----- Swim Training Unless you winter somewhere warm, it's been a tough off-season for swimming. Several local pools have been closed for extended periods of time (and in the case
Destination Miles: turn your next adventure into a “race-cation.”
There’s a buzz growing in the triathlon and running communities about Destination Miles: the one-stop way for athletes to experience a tailor-made destination race in some of the most appealing vacation locations in the nation.
Can winter training be productive training?
Editor's note: this is a guest post from Paul Johnson, the founder of Complete Tri: an online resource for triathletes, runners, cyclists and swimmers. Complete Tri has been featured by USA Triathlon and active.com, offering
New England Endurance partners with Water.org
Water.org is an organization which has positively transformed millions of lives around the world with access to safe water and sanitation. The non-profit Water.org has created financial solutions to the global water crisis — breaking
Where can I train on Cape Cod? – Spring edition
Let's start thinking "triathlon season!" ----- SPRING TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES ----- Swim Training"Coach on the deck" swim training is hard to find. Locally, here are three options: Sundays - 3-4pm at the Chatham Health Club. Coached
All about the new Gut Check Adventure Triathlon
For years the Gut Check Triathlon has been a favorite of athletes looking for a late-season challenge that was different from the traditional triathlons they've been racing all summer. While technically a "sprint" triathlon, Gut
Tip #1 for a terrific triathlon season: the “Sunday Starter.”
Editor's note: this is a guest post from Edward Geddis, D.C., director of the Catalyst Wellness + Performance Center in Hyannis. Ted is a USA Triathlon as well as Ironman® certified coach, and often can
Why should a runner try a triathlon?
By Andy Scherding Admit it, the idea has crossed your mind! Here are some things to think about: #1 Extend your running life. Plantar Fasciitis? ITB? Damaged knee meniscus? DOMS? If you haven’t yet experienced
Five great reasons to ramp up your swim training now.
By Pam Rogers Yes, it’s true…winter in New England has been very unkind this year. As the cold and precipitation continues to linger, hopefully we can find refuge and fitness indoors at a local pool.
Where can I train on Cape Cod? – Winter edition
As we move into the coldest time of the year, it's easy to put off regular training until the single-layer days return. But there's no better way to have a great racing season than
Angela Naeth: it’s all about “racing like a girl.”
It’s not easy to make a career as a professional triathlete, but Angela Naeth is one of those who has reached the level of success required to enjoy a career in the sport she loves.
Where can I train on Cape Cod? – August edition
There are so many things going on for triathletes on Cape Cod all summer long! So for August we decided to change our format to hit upon all of the options we've detailed in earlier
Where can I train on Cape Cod? – July edition
The season is in full swing, with Wellfleet and Hyannis 1 already in the books and Falmouth a little more than a week away. We've had some great weather and more is in the
Where can I train on Cape Cod? – June edition
Here's the May edition of our summary of training opportunities on Cape Cod. Want to receive each month's news in your inbox? Complete the request form at the bottom of this blog post! -----