Ironman-Distance Triathlete Training Study

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A study of ironman-distance triathlete's training volume (distances trained and time spent training) and success is being undertaken to better understand the relationship between amount of work and level of achievement

A study of ironman-distance triathlete's training volume (distances trained and time spent training) and success is being undertaken to better understand the relationship between amount of work and level of achievement

I am looking for subjects and for help spreading the word about a survey on ironman-distance training.

The study is investigating the quantity of training performed by athletes training for an ironman-distance triathlon. For the purposes

of this survey an ironman-distance race is one with race distances of a swim of 3.8 km (2.4 miles), a bike of 180 km (112 miles), and a run of 42.2 km (26.2 miles).

Training data will be collected for any athlete that has started an ironman-distance triathlon in the past 5 years (2000 - current).

To take the survey, start at this site: http://www.trisurvey.net/

Thank you for your consideration

Mathew Luebbers

Student, United States Sports Academy

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