- n. Plural form of triathlon.
“I can, however, swim, bike, and run, and four years ago I began competing in triathlons, without much skill but with great enthusiasm.”
“Veteran racer Mark Allen thinks World Triathlon's move into shorter, Olympic distance triathlons is a smart business move.”
“And the Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon, marking the culmination of the Toyota Cup series of Olympic-distance triathlons, is taking place this Sunday in Dallas.”
“Though you cycled in triathlons, were you surprised at your rise to the top of the U.S. cycling world?”
“Armstrong competed in triathlons before she was diagnosed with osteoarthritis, a degeneration of the cartilage of the joints.”
“She's raced 13 miles in triathlons, but as for the Tour, No way.”
“An individual born with a greater percentage of Type I muscle fibres would theoretically be more suited to endurance events, such as triathlons, distance running, and long cycling events, whereas a human born with a greater percentage of Type II muscle fibres would be more likely to excel at anaerobic events such as a 200-metre dash, or weightlifting.”
“The great thing about family triathlons is that it doesn't matter whether they swim one lap or two, use a two-wheeler or four-wheeler.”
“Brands Get Fit More marketers will look to sponsor lifestyle activities, such as running, triathlons and yoga.”
“Mr. Willey got hooked on triathlons last summer after he competed in one.”
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