Triathlon

Redemption and Celebration Highlight Jack’s Generic Triathlon

Redemption and Celebration Highlight Jack’s Generic Triathlon

Athletes triumph over personal challenges at the 15th anniversary AUSTIN, Texas, August 7, 2017 — On Sunday, August 6th, nearly 700 people participated in the 15th Annual Jack’s Generic Triathlon (JGT) at Lake Pflugerville – near Austin, Texas. Participants, including […]

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Some new changes, but mostly more of the same at TRP.

Some new changes, but mostly more of the same at TRP.

I have a very exciting post to make today. Let me start off by introducing myself. My name is John Tuggle and I am a sports chiropractor in the Cedar Park area. My friends call me Tuggle. I have been […]

John Tuggle

About John Tuggle

John "The Tri Doc" Tuggle is a sports chiropractor in Cedar Park, Texas. He began triathlons locally and has branched out into more endurance type events. He loves most things that involve swimming, biking and running with a special emphasis on trail running.

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Jack’s Generic Triathlon… Hot and Fun Local Tri

Jack’s Generic Triathlon… Hot and Fun Local Tri

It was time again for the staple in the triathlon community to shine. Jack’s Generic Triathlon, started by Jack Murray is now running in it’s 14th year. The race was hot today, but that’s no different than any other year. […]

John Tuggle

About John Tuggle

John "The Tri Doc" Tuggle is a sports chiropractor in Cedar Park, Texas. He began triathlons locally and has branched out into more endurance type events. He loves most things that involve swimming, biking and running with a special emphasis on trail running.

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LifeTime CapTexTri Cancels Swim, Bike & Run Still On

LifeTime CapTexTri Cancels Swim, Bike & Run Still On

LIFE TIME TRI CAPTEX: RACE MODIFIED TO A BIKE AND RUN FORMAT. Due to Austin weather conditions over the last 24 hours, water conditions are deemed unsafe for swimmers and thus, the swim portion of the triathlon has been cancelled.

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CapTex Tri In The Rain – A Competitor’s Guide

CapTex Tri In The Rain – A Competitor’s Guide

With better odds then the lottery, it’s inevitable that you will cross paths with mother natures in the sport of triathlon. Depending on which weather service you look at, the 25th Annual CapTex Tri is likely see a 100 percent chance for soggy conditions on race day.

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25th Anniversary of CapTex Triathlon Set for Memorial Day Monday

25th Anniversary of CapTex Triathlon Set for Memorial Day Monday

Monday May 25th, 2015 will mark the 25th running of the Annual Memorial Day race. This year CapTexTri is expected to field over 2,000 athletes on the downtown streets. Olympic, Sprint, Super Sprint divisions with a combination of individual and Relay categories. 2015 will see the return of the USAT Paratriathlon National Championships for the 3rd time and the addition of a cross-promotional Austin B-Cycles Race. With the multiple races through the downtown streets Texas Running Post will be your race preview and guide.

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Heard Around the Lake: News, Notes and Idle Gossip (July 3, 2014)

Heard Around the Lake: News, Notes and Idle Gossip (July 3, 2014)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Women are better marathoners than men. Even though women haven’t been running marathons as long as men and that men are bigger, stronger and faster, women are still better at the […]

Wish

About Wish

Bob “Wish” Wischnia has more than 30 years of running industry experience across publishing, retail, web, and race organization. An Arizona State University alum, Wischnia has been a runner virtually his entire life, still competing in track and road race competitions. And in the free time he’s not pounding the pavement? He’s swimming, cycling, and catching days on the green.

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2014 Q&A with Brandon and Amy Marsh

2014 Q&A with Brandon and Amy Marsh

With the start of the 2014 season in gear Texas Running Post wanted to catch up with Austin’s Pro Husband and Wife Triathlon Duo Brandon and Amy Marsh. TRP: For those who don’t know, Who/What is Team Marsh? We’re ‘just’ […]

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Summer’s Here (Well, Almost): How To Protect Against Heat Exhaustion

Summer’s Here (Well, Almost): How To Protect Against Heat Exhaustion

Don’t know how to break the news to you, but summer’s here. Sorry. The calendar might say it’s still spring, but whoever believes that lives in Minnesota. For the next three months we will be smack dab in the middle […]

Wish

About Wish

Bob “Wish” Wischnia has more than 30 years of running industry experience across publishing, retail, web, and race organization. An Arizona State University alum, Wischnia has been a runner virtually his entire life, still competing in track and road race competitions. And in the free time he’s not pounding the pavement? He’s swimming, cycling, and catching days on the green.

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Weekly Roundup (May 4-10, 2014)

Weekly Roundup (May 4-10, 2014)

2014 UIL State Track and Field meet preview The 2014 U.I.L. Track and Field State Meet will take place this Friday and Saturday (May 9-10) at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin on the UT campus. As usual, the list […]

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Central Texas Triathlon Season Kicks off with The Rookie

Central Texas Triathlon Season Kicks off with The Rookie

Sunday morning marked the official start of the triathlon season in central Texas with the first installment of the  Texas Tri Series – the Rookie Tri. In its 11th year, the event featured a 300 meter swim, 11.2 mile ride and […]

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Weekly Roundup (April 27-May 3)

Weekly Roundup (April 27-May 3)

Stacked pro field at St. George Ironman 70.3 Competing for $75,000 Just a few years ago, the prize purse and Kona points were much smaller than they are today for the U.S. Professional 70.3 Championship at St. George, Utah. But […]

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