SEO Content appears the first in source code and on the very bottom of page. Its placement depends on Module.

1. Edit it in CMS "SEO Content" Content Area on normal CMS pages.

2. E-commerce categories have it in "SEO ("SEO Content")" section.

3. E-commerce Product is editable in "SEO Data (Content)" section.

There is default one that is in /styles/master1/c/ folder. If you want to replace it, just upload image with "caption-sub.jpg" name to the folder. Size should be 1920 x 320 pixels (6:1)

You can use Caption Image field in CMS to replace it on specific pages.

Or upload Category Image on category pages.

1. CMS - "Header" field

2. Ecommerce Category - category name

3. Ecommerce Product - product name

4. Blog list - blog name

5. Blog post - post name

6. News/Events item - news/events name


Blog and News/Events module also contain subtitle that is pushed automatically from modules

Team Tips and Race Reports


My Nutrition Consult with The Core Diet

Committing to Ironman training has meant surrendering to the idea that I don’t know everything, or even close to everything.

Autumn's Ironman Lessons: Don't forget the sunscreen!

From battling hypothyroidism to sunburn, Autumn Winking is one tough chick. Here Autumn shares some hard lessons from her first Ironman.

Family as motivation - by Brianna Prinsloo

IRLAG team member Brianna Prinsloo shares her motivation for triathlon and some advice for newbies.

My First 100 Miler: Seagull Century Recap

Doing my first century was a great way to learn to ride instead of race.

Triathlon training, a valuable component of recovery - By Lauren Vallee

Team Member Lauren Vallee courageously recounts how triathlon aided her recovery in overcoming eating disorder and depression.

1 Year In: Lessons Learned

1 year of racing triathlon; countless mistakes made; a handful of lessons learned. These are shared below.

Ironman Wisconsin 2017 Race Retrospective

Team member: Francie Van Wirkus Short story: I didn’t compete this year, due to a stress fracture in my left foot. This blog shares what I’ve learned.

Teammate Veronika Spalekova's first IM 70.3!

Veronika's First 70.3: "A race report about my first IM 70.3. I’m so happy that I did it"

Why Tri? - by Melanie Kopp

Why Tri? - by Melanie Kopp!

My name is Melanie Kopp.  I am 42 years old and live in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio.  As a high school student, I decided to take up swimming...not knowing much more than how to stay afloat.  My coach was patient and taught me all the strokes.  I ended up swimming a lot of distance in our

Boston Triathlon Race Recap - Fran McConnell

Race Recap of this year's Boston Triathlon! - By Fran McConnell

Author's Bio: I started running when I was 30 years old. I began running in April of 1981, and ran the NYC marathon that October. The following summer I heard about this new kind of race...a 1.5 mile swim, 25 mile bike ride and a 10 mile run. I thought it would be fun,

My first 70.3 finish - by Veronika Spalekova

    Everything started with my Donner Lake 70.3 DNF last year and my husband’s words, that I should come back and try this race again. With tears in my eyes, I couldn’t resist and I signed up again.

    There was only one thing in my mind and that was

Tips for Newbie Triathletes - by team member Sika Henry

Tips for Newby Triathletes

By Sika Henry

Are you training for your first triathlon? Moving up in distance? Have you recently signed up for your first 70.3 race? Well, you are in luck! I did my first triathlon (a Sprint) back in 2013 and boy have I learned a lot over the past few years. In

Go After Your "Ironman!" By this I mean any big scary goal you might have or have ever thought of taking on.

From our member Ginny Ackiewicz: "This is a post from 2015, in which a dream came true for me, crossing the finish line at Ironman Lake Placid. I still think its relevant and hope that perhaps it inspires someone to go after their Ironman."

Member Post: Reflections on turning 55: gratitude patience lessons

Reflections on turning 55: gratitude patience lessons by Jenny Ayers

Ironman Texas Race Report ... by Athlete: Carol Feaga!

A year ago I would have told you that doing an Ironman was crazy.  I week ago I finished one.

I had been racing Olympic and 70.3 distance triathlons for a few years, but with time, friendly peer pressure, and a curiosity about how far I could push myself I finally signed up for Ironman Texas.  As luck would have it my training almost immediately

A little story about why you should stick to your training plan.

Guest post from our athlete, Brianna Prinsloo! Author's Bio : I am the mother of two little boys (4 1), the wife of an Ironman, and a small business owner. I have been participating in road races and triathlons since 2010 and have been hooked since day 1. I am a born and raised Georgia girl who has a passion for traveling, especially if there is a race involved!

Invest in coaching and you will reap the dividends

Invest in coaching and you will reap the dividends

Guest post by Iracelikeagirl team member: Autumn Winkie! 

There is no denying that triathlon is an expensive sport. The list of necessities is long, the list of ‘nice to haves’ and ‘how sweet is this!’ is even longer. These items

Accountability Gets Results

Featured Blog Post from our teammate: Ashley Plowman! 

About Ashley: I am an avid triathlete and have been racing for about 5 years. I have completed 5 half Ironman distance races, 1 long course and 1 full Ironman distance race, along with countless sprints/olys. I am married to my husband of 5 years (who got me into

Had a Bike Fit and want to travel??

Proper bike fitting has become increasingly popular with cyclists and triathletes around the world. It easy to understand why, it makes sense on so many levels. Firstly, if you’ve spent a considerable amount of money on your bike, you’ll want to make sure that you’re making the most of it and riding it the best you can. Furthermore, the more

Endurance Athletes Major Illness: Why you can How you Should

Training while injured is a tough concept to grasp, but what about with a serious illness? It’s a thought most of us would rather not have at all. Yet ever since Jon “Blazeman” Blais put Ironman and the deadly Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease) together in a room, the idea is reality. Plenty of athletes are living this reality, many with very positive outcomes, so let’s talk about how illness doesn’t necessarily mean you have to stop training.


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