The Human Powered Racing Dirt Team was at it once again last weekend. In one of their final big efforts before their first 100km Ultra, Jodi Mucha and Adrian Walton took on the 13km Mt Tzouhalem Gutbuster with fellow Human Powered Racing team mate Catherine Holder on Vancouver Island. Adrian finished 9th overall in a time of 1:18:16 and Jodi was 14th in the women’s 40 – 49 in a time of 1:56:17. Catherine finished 20th in the same age group in a time of 2:09:08. Congratulations Guys! Time to rest and mentally prepare.
For the second year in a row, a Human Powered Racing athlete has embarked on the Tour De Rock. Jay Krieger follows in the footsteps of Chris Day who rode last years Tour. Jay has taken some time to outline why he decided to put his own racing ambitions on hold this year and be…
The roots of triathlon took hold early in Bermuda. As far as destination races and destination camps go, it doesn’t get better. Race registration is still open for the 2018 event and is sure to increase in popularity in 2019 when athletes from around the world
Human Powered Racing is pleased to announce that Raceday Timing Services has been confirmed as the official timer for the 2014 XTERRA Victoria…..
A fantastic article by Colette Hopkins about what it means to be part of a team in an individual sport…..