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triathlon

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Tricera Hi-Tops make your feet dino-mite

These Cretaceous kicks will make feet fancy for the coolest kid in town.

By August 17, 2014

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Australian triathlete injured by falling camera drone

A triathlete competing in Geraldton WA, had to be hospitalised when a drone filming the event crashed into her head.

By April 7, 2014

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Drone falls out of the sky and injures athlete

A triathlete suffered head injuries after an unmanned aerial vehicle fell out of the sky, with the pilot claiming the drone had been hacked.

By April 7, 2014

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New domain names, same old trademark problems

As Net addresses like .pink, .flights, and .coffee arrive, trademark holders have some new versions of old headaches. Canyon Bicycle prevailed to claim canyon.bike, though.

By March 25, 2014

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Panasonic Evolta robot to take part in triathlon

This robot is going to take part in an Ironman triathlon, powered only by rechargeable AA batteries. Makes us feel a bit unfit.

By September 17, 2011

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Evolta robot to tackle grueling Ironman triathlon

Panasonic's little robot takes his three rechargeable AA batteries to Hawaii to take on the Ironman course. He'll have one week to swim, bike, and run more than 140 miles combined.

By September 15, 2011

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Episode 42: Torture testing the Samsung Galaxy S4

In this week's episode, we head to Vail, Colo., to test out wearable fitness trackers and the Galaxy S4, and see how they hold up to extreme environments and some rugged sports.

By June 20, 2013

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Run like Wonder Woman, jog like Batgirl

Princess and superhero running outfits made from performance fabrics turn even the most routine jog into an epic adventure.

By June 19, 2012

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The best personal fitness gadgets right now

A spate of new fitness devices use modern mobile technology to better motivate you. These are our current favorites.

By March 29, 2012

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The 404 904: Where it's safe to assume we're being sarcastic (podcast)

Robots are slowly taking over the world, and a startup in Illinois called Narrative Science is targeting journalists as the next profession to go extinct. Well, maybe just the journalists covering local youth sports and number-crunching quarterly earning reports.

By September 15, 2011