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Women Owning The Game of Business Golf
by HeraeaMarketing
posted February 27, 2014 at 9:04am

Don’t worry about breaking into the boy’s club; break into the Professional Corporate Female Athlete Club...more

Triathlon Is NCAA's Newest Emerging Sport for Women
by Title IX Blog
posted January 18, 2014 at 9:02am

At the annual NCAA convention taking place this week in San Diego, the Division I Legislative Council voted to add triathlon to the NCAA's list of emerging sports for women.  95% of the votes cast were in favor of the proposal.  The Division II ...more

Joanna Zeiger's Kona Chronicles: Part 5
by Fast at Forty
posted October 14, 2013 at 3:19pm

And they're off!Ironman is not a spectator sport. I know I am stating the obvious, but, wow, it just isn't. Like many sports events, it is the palpable excitement of being there that draws people in, even when such an event is better watched on TV. The mo...more

Kona Chronicles: Part 3
by Fast at Forty
posted October 11, 2013 at 7:48pm

Kona is a vortex; or, perhaps, its vacation in general. My awake hours account for about 18 hours of each day in which I have been spending 90 minutes exercising and 2 hours working. I have not seen a TV, read a newspaper, browsed the internet, done house...more

Kona Chronicles: Part 1
by Fast at Forty
posted October 9, 2013 at 9:07pm

I arrived in darkness. I sit here typing, overlooking the vast expanse of Kona sprawled out below, also in darkness. There is a certain sameness about it; the yellow lights, the impossible stillness, the fact that I cannot sleep past 3am every time I come...more

Never Ever Give Up a blog post inspired by @diananyad
by EmilyAzevedo
posted September 10, 2013 at 3:40pm

I don’t know Diana Nyad nor had I followed her extreme dream before this her fifth and final attempt of swimming the 110 miles from Cuba to Florida.  I found myself glued to the television cheering the 64 year old on and tearing up as she limp...more

Never Ever Give Up a blog post inspired by @diananyad
by EmilyAzevedo
posted September 10, 2013 at 3:40pm

I don’t know Diana Nyad nor had I followed her extreme dream before this her fifth and final attempt of swimming the 110 miles from Cuba to Florida.  I found myself glued to the television cheering the 64 year old on and tearing up as she limp...more

Chrissie Wellington: A Life Without Limits
by Byline to Finish Line
posted August 22, 2013 at 7:06pm

It’s the smile  you remember. Even if you’re not a triathlete or particularly well versed in the ins and outs of the Ironman World Championship, colloquially known as “Kona,” you know there is something special about the smil...more

My Athlete life by @emilyazevedo
by EmilyAzevedo
posted July 29, 2013 at 10:33am

My life as an athlete has been a small amount of luck, a hell of a lot of hard work and an indefinite amount of sacrifice.  I wish I could say that an Olympic athlete’s life is as glamorous as society would assume, but our jobs are a bit unort...more

Triathlon Poised to Be Newest NCAA Emerging Sport
by Title IX Blog
posted May 16, 2013 at 9:51pm

The NCAA website reports that its Committee for Women's Athletics has proposed to add triathlon to the list of Emerging Sports for Women.  The Emerging Sports list promotes the development of new collegiate athletic opportunities for women by allowin...more

Professional Rugby Player Phaidra Knight signs with Heraea Marketing
by HeraeaMarketing
posted May 8, 2013 at 8:18pm

Phaidra Knight chooses the right team...more

Sponsorships ~ Endorsements ~ Investment = HUGE Differences
by HeraeaMarketing
posted April 29, 2013 at 8:10pm

Athletes Know the Difference...more

A chat with Olympic triathlete and mom-to-be, Sarah Haskins.
by stephaniemp
posted March 4, 2013 at 6:01pm

Women Talk Sports' Stephanie Perleberg connects with professional triathlete, Olympian and mother-to-be Sarah Haskins. Haskins shares with us why she loves the triathlon, which is her best event and how she trains/"exercises" through pregnancy. Find the...more

Just for women sports 24/7 coming our way
by HeraeaMarketing
posted February 12, 2013 at 7:46pm

Sports Channel for Women TV...more

The Tale of the Two Percent Incline ( via Byline to Finish line)
by Byline to Finish Line
posted February 4, 2013 at 1:44pm

It wasn’t exactly a mysterious workout. Just a challenging one. My training plan called for a 10 mile run with four or five miles at race pace. Not easy, but doable and I approached the run with a positive mental attitude, even if weather conditions...more

Salma Hosseini- TaeKwonDo Instructor...in Kabul
by Muslim Women in Sports
posted January 15, 2013 at 7:53pm

BY: SHIREEN AHMEDI came across a wonderful site that presents a "portrait of a city through its working people". Completely normal yet amazing citizens living in Kabul, Afghanistan. Among some of the people chronicled is Salma Hosseini, a TaeKwonDo Instr...more

Kelly Handel Williamson, Resilient Triathlete
by therunningeconomist
posted October 29, 2012 at 8:14am

Introduction Ten years ago I met an up and coming Olympic distance triathlete, Kelly Handel, while we were both living and training in Colorado Springs. Kelly was the USAT Elite Rookie of the Year, Pan American Champion, and ITU World Team member in 2002...more

Leanda Cave and Pete Jacobs are Ironman World Champions
by Pretty Tough
posted October 15, 2012 at 8:13am

Another Ironman World Championship in the books and what a race it was. Seated in the VIP section at the finish line (thanks to Timex Sports) I got to witness first-hand and close-up, the extreme range of emotion that overcomes each Ironman finisher. Au...more

Kona Underpants Run, Ironman World Championship and Bragging Rights
by Pretty Tough
posted October 12, 2012 at 7:25am

Ever dream of competing in an Ironman? How about the mother of all Ironmen – Kona? If so, join me this week for a behind-the-scenes look at all the prep, training, and craziness that goes into one of the greatest endurance races ever. First a littl...more

We must become like ourselves
by Byline to Finish Line
posted October 11, 2012 at 7:11pm

No watch. None. Not my fancy Garmin watch with pace and distance nor my Timex Ironman watch with the timer function, lap button and memory storage. My only clue to the time of day came from the ringing church bells, which always seem to beat the actual to...more

Dead last: The power of showing up
by Byline to Finish Line
posted September 26, 2012 at 2:01pm

What if I’m last? It’s a question I’ve heard many women ask, mostly rhetorically, when they decide to enter a race for the first time. Last place is dreaded. Last place is embarrassing. Last place is a sign of failure.   Let me ta...more

That Which Was Lost
by Felicity (Fawkes) Hawksley
posted September 25, 2012 at 9:22am

Somewhere in Oxford, Great Britain, 2009, 5.25am. Two Varsity rowers sleep, the winter morning silent around them, the spires of their Oxford scraping the frosted sky. Three more months to the Boat Race.  192 sessions gone; 144 to go, until they l...more

Race report: Pain in the Alleganies
by Byline to Finish Line
posted September 25, 2012 at 8:44am

Settle into the pain. That’s what I tried to tell myself on the bike. But I couldn’t settle into much. All I could think about was the pain. I tried to distract myself by singing, starting with all 22 verses of “American Pie” (I th...more

Emma Pooley: Completely Wrong
by Felicity (Fawkes) Hawksley
posted September 23, 2012 at 9:50am

The Women's Senior Elite Road Race Championships, Holland Interviewing a competitor directly after an event is a bit like interviewing a drunk person. They can be tired, emotional, even vomiting – I've seen combinations of all three. And as with...more

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