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

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

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4. Blog list - blog name

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Angela Naeth



Angela Naeth

Professional Athlete

Growing up in British Columbia, Canada, Angela (Duncan) Naeth, known in the triathlon world for her prowess on the bike, is a multiple 70.3 Ironman Champion, twenty-five 70.3 podium finisher, Ironman 2014 Chattanooga Champion (her third Ironman) and the 2015 North American Ironman Champion with her scorching under 9-hour performance!

Team Member Jensine Fraser Race Report : Tri for a Cure!

Team Member - Jensine Fraser TrI FOR A CURE RACE REPORT

(Coach: Angela Naeth

3 Things I did well
1. let go of fear
2. stayed present in each part of the race
3. let go of expectations

1 to improve one

Where to begin. This race holds a special place in my heart and it’s bitter sweet. The Maine Tri for a Cure is the largest women’s only

Swim tips!

by Marie Singleton

Tips and Tricks for new triathlete and old!

To most triathletes, the swim can be the most daunting part (unless you have been a competitor swimmer in your past). The thought of endurance swimming seems scary. Then throw in open water, surrounded by lots of others and wearing a wetsuit and it becomes really scary! However, it does not have to be so scary. Training in

A female who inspires...

by Marie Singleton

Everyone knows the Williams sisters. They are powerful, strong, and talented women both on and off the court. Serena Williams has been ranked the #1 tennis player by the Woman’s Tennis Association and holds the most Grand Slam titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles combined among active players. In 2017 she won the Australian open while pregnant and

Tips and Tricks for new triathlete and old!

By Marie Singleton 

Tips and Tricks for new triathlete and old!

Triathlons can be intimidating, but they don’t have to be if you are prepared. You have completed the hard part: the training! Races are meant to be fun and enjoyed. You have worked so hard to reach that start line. Before a triathlon the best advice is to be prepared. Preview the course (online or in person if

Recovery is Key

Recovery Tips by Team Member: Stepahnie Doyon

I used to think that an off day or a recovery day were a waste of time, that I needed to GO GO GO all the time. With this season being my 4th triathlon seasons I’ve learned from coaches, books, my courses during my triathlon level 1 certification, and mostly trials and error that proper recovery is as important as a well-executed

Why I Tri...

By Team Member: Kristen Curley

Why I Tri

What’s up with this triathlon life? I’m an every day suburbia single mom-soccer mom who does a lot of swimming, biking, and running. I’m someone who squeezes in indoor bike rides at 5am, drives 45 minutes each way to swim in a beautiful lake, and runs in extreme weather. According to many of my non triathlon friends, after the volunteer

Like a Girl

By Team Member: Iyaly Hernandez

What does it mean to you to be a girl?

For me besides of being a girl (usually what come first to our mind is a young girl) is being a women. In my case, and I guess is the same for too many other, being a women is having a job (full-time mom, professionals or both), training and have quality time with family (human or 4 legged). You can think this 3

Injury and iracelikeagirl

By Team Member: Shannon Stefaniuk

Injury sucks. I have broken more bones than the average person and I am pretty familiar with patiently working through injury to get healthy again. But fracturing my pelvis has been a special kind of injury and has impacted me more than I anticipated. Especially since I hurt myself running; something I love and something that should be good for me.

Why I Race Like a Girl.

Why I Race Like a Girl - By Emme Morin

“Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire.” – Jennifer Lee

Being an athlete sets my soul on fire. I race like a girl because I love being physically active, belonging to a supportive community, and challenging myself. The largest impact on my participation in sport has been the influence of strong female role models.

From a

Why I race like a girl.

By Team Member: Katie McNamara

Ironman Lake Placid 2015. I had just come down the Keene descent and had made the left hand to head towards Jay. That stretch is flat and fast, and in training rides I had enjoyed using it to get my cadence up and build myself a little cushion. As I tucked in and started to cruise, I caught up to a man who had caught me on the Keene descent. I passed

Why I try...

By Team Member Kristie Peressini

"I may not be the lithest, the most talented, or have the fastest time in the field but I have passion and courage, and sometimes that is enough to do something extraordinary." Lauren Fleshman

In July of 2003 I ran my first 3 miles ever without stopping (later with a thing called Garmin, it was only 2.8 miles). I had watched the highlights of the

Reshaping the Self View

Reshaping the Self View by Team Member Kristen Curley

I had big goals for today. I had lots and lots of work to do to get to those goals. I studied up on some new nutrition approaches for training and racing with my gut issues, I committed myself to a consistent strength training cycle (or maybe my little girl was the one who committed me), and I got the miles in (while maintaining

Triathlon and Me

By Team Member Carolina Laurentiu Granja

My relationship with sport is not long, as a lot of shy people in high school, I hated sport, I was clumsy so I decided to say NO to sport in class, though at home I used to cycle with my mountain bike alone in the mountains.

At the age of 21 I meet a woman and we started running together, she was a marathoner, so I started running 5k 10k and

Why Triathlon?

By Team Member Kathry Shroff. 

My triathlon career began last year at the age of 40. My first race was a local but popular sprint. Although I have always dabbled in all three triathlon disciplines, I was clueless that day. I showed up with my 15 year old road bike that I had only ridden a few times in the last 5 years. My wetsuit was pulled from storage. I prayed that I would not get

How much does gear matter?

By Team Member Staci Clark

#GirlsGetGritty #FromWhereIRide #GetGoodGear

There is so much out there on this topic, but: Does good to great gear make you *better*? When I first started this sports journey, I was a runner. I got a cheap pair of running shoes and ran in 100% cotton concert tees that weighed as much as I did at the end of the run because they hold ALL THE SWEAT. Also, my

Why do I do triathlon?

By Team Member Leah Moroney

I love racing. I love collecting medals. I love the feeling of crossing a finish line (still standing upright). I love the accomplishment of knowing how much effort and training I put into something and seeing it to the finish line. But more than anything I love the friendships and comradery that comes along with racing and participating in endurance

I have been asked, what’s this I Race Like a Girl team? It’s a question I’ve been asked a lot, and I finally have come up with one good, clear, concise answer: it’s my Tribe. It is a group of women (200+ strong), who are in so many ways completely diffe

I have been asked, what’s this I Race Like a Girl team? by Team Member Heather Geoghan

It’s a question I’ve been asked a lot, and I finally have come up with one good, clear, concise answer: it’s my Tribe. It is a group of women (200+ strong), who are in so many ways completely different, but have one major thing in common -- we love the sport of triathlon, we love competing,

Why do you TRI?

By Michelle Bentley 

In 2006, 7 months pregnant, I found myself waddling into the ER with a heart rate of 300 bpm! I was AFRAID...for my unborn baby girl, for my 15 month old firstborn, for my very life! My pregnancy had triggered a cardiac arrhythmia that was getting out of control. A few months later, I underwent a 7 hour corrective procedure.

Shortly afterward, I began experiencing

TRIing my way to being a better Mum - by Emma Flessner (Team Member)

TRIing my way to being a better Mum - by Emma Flessner (Team Member)

I was never much of an individual sports athlete, playing a number of team sports at high levels including representing my country a few times. So when I made a personal goal to do a triathlon it took me a few months of reading articles and researching the sport to actually build up the courage to tell my now

Strength Training and the Older Athlete


As an aging athlete, and relatively new triathlete, I am forever conscious of the fragility of my health and of my body. It is a rare morning where I don’t lie in bed and mentally scroll through my checklist: How am I feeling today? Head (I suffer from as-yet unexplained Vertigo)? Check. Shoulders? Check. Back


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