The New England Endurance Blog
The latest news and views from New England’s triathlon/running scene.
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! -----
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! ----- TRAINING
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.
Last month, New England Endurance Events unveiled a new monthly newsletter devoted to training opportunities on Cape Cod. Our April edition is below. Want to receive each month's news in your inbox? Complete the
Mirinda Carfrae has been at the top of the sport of Ironman Triathlon many times; culminating with three world championship trophies at the Hawaii Ironman. Recently she came to Boston with her husband, multiple-Ironman and
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.
For the second year in a row, USA Triathlon has named the Hyannis Sprint Triathlon as the Massachusetts High School Championships. Students enrolled in a Massachusetts high school or preparatory school, grades 9-12, in the
New England Endurance Events has unveiled a new monthly newsletter devoted to training opportunities on Cape Cod. We figured we might as well step up, being members of the Cape Cod Tri Team, the
First, a big “thank you” to the racers who collectively made the 2017 Falmouth Triathlon one of the best ever. It was a terrific day, and we have been gratified to hear the positive reviews
When an event is 37 years old, it’s prudent to think long and hard before making any changes. And that’s what the NEEE team did when the idea was proposed to try to find a
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
This weekend is the deadline for nominations for the prestigious Athletes Choice Awards. If you have a spare moment (and it really takes a moment), would you cast a ballot? Best Small Race in America:
One of the sport’s iconic and most challenging races, the Sea to Summit Triathlon, has new race directors for 2018. Taking on the task is Andy Scherding and Kathleen Walker, veteran triathletes and principals of
Not every runner thinks of summer as the “ideal” time of year to run hard and fast. Sure, a running race anytime of the year can be challenging and rewarding (just think of the “Grand
By Pam Rogers From the seasoned iron-distance athlete to the aquatic newbie, pretty much everyone has experienced the trepidation — and adrenalin surge — that arises from the very thought of diving into the fray
by Warren Kirshenbaum Falmouth is a very special place to our family. It’s the perfect setting for a getaway of any length of time: beautiful and serene, yet also close enough to quickly escape the
Lots of special touches to this year’s race. Saturday, June 17 will be the 37th running of the Hyannis Sprint Triathlon — the oldest triathlon in the East — and our athletes have plenty
If you're coming to the Outer Cape for the Wellfleet Sprint Triathlon, consider this short list of fun things to do: Go to the beach or ponds (Marconi Beach, Cahoon Hollow Beach, White Crest Beach,
Oh, so you can keep yourself fully motivated by doing hard workouts by yourself? Good for you! For the rest of us, misery loves company... Here's a listing of ongoing group training events held on Cape
We’re so excited to be asked to take over the reins of three absolute gems of triathlon! Here’s the press release about our just-announced acquisition: