Go Team GB! Helen Jenkins (right) and Jodie Stimpson (left) running during the Women's Elite race.

Go Team GB! Helen Jenkins (right) and Jodie Stimpson (left) running during the Women's Elite race.

London 2012 - Australian Erin Densham, Sweden's Lisa Norden and Helen Jenkins of Team GB lead the race in the final 10k section of the women's triathlon.  IOC/Chris Furlong

London 2012 - Australian Erin Densham, Sweden's Lisa Norden and Helen Jenkins of Team GB lead the race in the final section of the women's triathlon.

Chrissie Wellington - Ironman Triathlete

Chrissie Wellington, always smiling.

Helen Jenkins, Jodie Stimpson and the Brownlee Brothers - the MASTERS of Triathlon!

Helen Jenkins, Jodie Stimpson and the Brownlee Brothers - the MASTERS of Triathlon!

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Sarah Reinertsenthe: first female leg amputee to complete the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii (Photo: Tim Mantoani Photography)

<3 = Respect! At 75, grandmother Ernestine Shepherd is the world’s oldest competitive female bodybuilder. She wakes up at 3 a.m. every day to meditate, and then clocks up runs totalling 10 miles (16 km) before lunch. She started working out when she reached the age of 56, but has since won two bodybuilding contests and run nine marathons!

A quick article (with video) on Ernestene Sheperd, age 75 in Fitness And Bodybuilding Queen

Triathletes have tried a lot of things to keep the transition area from being a time suck. Here are three ideas to make sure your time in transition is as minimal as possible.

3 Triathlon Transition Secrets You May Not Know

3 Triathlon Transition Secrets You May Not Know - Love these tips! I am definitely going to see if a balloon is allowed :)

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