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Euskaltel Euskadi, the oldest team in the professional peloton, will be sharing power data from the Vuelta al País Vasco as the race winds its way through Basque Country this week. Check out the highlights and full files from Stages 1 through 5...
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On Saturday, some of the best long-distance triathletes and age groupers in the world will battle it out on the legendary course in Kona during the IRONMAN World Championship. In partnership with Quarq, CycleOps and SRM power meters, TrainingPeaks will be providing real-time race day analysis of the power files from some of the best athletes in the world.
On August 11, Jordan Rapp won the 2012 US Ironman National Championship in New York City. Joe Friel, author of The Triathlete's Training Bible, analyzes Jordan's Quarq power data within TrainingPeaks to draw lessons for all triathletes on how to execute the perfect Ironman bike leg.