Archive for June, 2012

Anna being fitted by Mark, and with video exchange,
 long distance advice from John Cobb.
Low is FAST.
Anna will be at the shop this morning.
After lunch she will take off to New Orleans where she will compete in the 5150.
We wish her Godspeed on race-day. 
To learn more about New Orleans 5150, please click here.
To learn more about Anna Cleaver, please click here.
Anna being fitted by Mark, and with video exchange,
 long distance advice from John Cobb.
Low is FAST.
Anna will be at the shop this morning.
After lunch she will take off to New Orleans where she will compete in the 5150.
We wish her Godspeed on race-day. 
To learn more about New Orleans 5150, please click here.
To learn more about Anna Cleaver, please click here.

Anna is a passionate individual with a unique story that has led her to being a professional triathlete. Anna loves her life and has fun every day whether training or racing. Please use this page to find out more about Anna.

The basics:

Age: 30
Nationality: New Zealand
Resides: Anna lived and trained in Sydney for 8 years before returning to being a professional triathlete. She is now based in California, US but returns to New Zealand/ Australia in the off season
Coach: Siri Lindley www.siri-lindley.com

Background:

Anna represented NZ at swimming for several years, holding many NZ records, national and international titles. She then moved to racing for NZ in Olympic distance triathlons.
After 8 years out of competing, due to focusing on her career in corporate finance, Anna re-entered the sport, achieving success at the professional level immediately. At the moment Anna’s focus is on the 70.3 / half ironman and Olympic distance races but she has her sights on the IM distance one day.
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Anna will arrive in Lafayette, LA some time early afternoon and be at the shop later this  afternoon.

To learn more about Anna and her great accomplishments, please click here.

Anna is a passionate individual with a unique story that has led her to being a professional triathlete. Anna loves her life and has fun every day whether training or racing. Please use this page to find out more about Anna.

The basics:

Age: 30
Nationality: New Zealand
Resides: Anna lived and trained in Sydney for 8 years before returning to being a professional triathlete. She is now based in California, US but returns to New Zealand/ Australia in the off season
Coach: Siri Lindley www.siri-lindley.com

Background:

Anna represented NZ at swimming for several years, holding many NZ records, national and international titles. She then moved to racing for NZ in Olympic distance triathlons.
After 8 years out of competing, due to focusing on her career in corporate finance, Anna re-entered the sport, achieving success at the professional level immediately. At the moment Anna’s focus is on the 70.3 / half ironman and Olympic distance races but she has her sights on the IM distance one day.
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Anna will arrive in Lafayette, LA some time early afternoon and be at the shop later this  afternoon.

To learn more about Anna and her great accomplishments, please click here.

Happy 30th Birthday to Mark Millers oldest daughter!!!
Pictured from left to right: Molly, Emma Rose and Casey Lynn
Happy 30th Birthday to Mark Millers oldest daughter!!!
Pictured from left to right: Molly, Emma Rose and Casey Lynn
Aero. Cool. Light. Until now, you couldn’t really have all three of these attributes in a single design without compromising at least one aspect of performance in some way. 
The Air Attack ends the compromise. 
With a compact, versatile design that creates less aerodynamic drag than our best road helmets, and a patent pending approach to ventilation that provides better cooling power than our best aero helmets, the Air Attack redefines performance. 
By reducing drag and helping to maintain your optimal temperature, it can enhance your body’s efficiency, in effect giving you a boost of free speed. 
 It’s a revolution in helmet design, from the leader in helmets, Giro®.
Aero. Cool. Light. Until now, you couldn’t really have all three of these attributes in a single design without compromising at least one aspect of performance in some way. 
The Air Attack ends the compromise. 
With a compact, versatile design that creates less aerodynamic drag than our best road helmets, and a patent pending approach to ventilation that provides better cooling power than our best aero helmets, the Air Attack redefines performance. 
By reducing drag and helping to maintain your optimal temperature, it can enhance your body’s efficiency, in effect giving you a boost of free speed. 
 It’s a revolution in helmet design, from the leader in helmets, Giro®.

The new Campagnolo Bora Ultra crankset was photographed at a recent Campagnolo press event in Marina del Rey, California. Want to read a complete review of the components in Campagnolo’s TT/Tri project?

Read “Italian Ice: Campagnolo’s EPS Electronic Tri Debut“.

Campagnolo will be presenting the new range of components created specifically for Time Trials and Triathlons to the European press during Ironman Nice, on June 22, 2012.

The new Campagnolo Bora Ultra crankset was photographed at a recent Campagnolo press event in Marina del Rey, California. Want to read a complete review of the components in Campagnolo’s TT/Tri project?

Read “Italian Ice: Campagnolo’s EPS Electronic Tri Debut“.

Campagnolo will be presenting the new range of components created specifically for Time Trials and Triathlons to the European press during Ironman Nice, on June 22, 2012.