Scott Tinley's Winning Triathlon

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Contemporary Books, 1986 - Sports & Recreation - 186 pages
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Gives practical advice on training for the swimming, cycling, and running portions of a triathlon, discusses race strategy, and looks at equipment, clothing, and safety precautions

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Scott Tinley's Winning triathlon

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You might expect a book about triath lons by one of the world's most suc cessful triathletes to give great advice on swimming, biking, and running tech nique, and on nutrition and competi tion ... Read full review

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Scott Tinley, was one of the defining figures of the growing sport of triathlon in the 1970s and 1980s. A two-time winner of the prestigious Hawaii Ironman, he competed in more than 400 events, winning close to 100 of them. He has served as a television commentator, run a successful sportswear company, and been a marketing consultant for such companies as PowerFood, Timex, and Litespeed bicycles. A freelance writer, he teaches college English while working toward his MFA. He lives with his wife and children in the San Diego area.

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