Zipp just launched their first carbon clincher disc, the venerable Super-9. It's just as stiff and fast as its tubular brother, but now comes in carbon clincher convenience. I am DYING to get my hands on one.
The Vegas 70.3 World Championships has become one of the most hotly-contested races in recent years. Last year, the crown went to King Crowie, who became the first person ever to win the 70.3 and 140.6 World Titles in the same year. Tomorrow he and women's champion Melissa Hauschildt (formerly Rollisson) are back to defend their titles amidst stacked fields on both sides. It will be an incredible race to watch. Here's what we saw at the expo, and stay tuned for race-day photos and features tomorrow.
It was a long, hot day in the Nevada desert, full of exciting racing and an upset of the established order. New winners were crowned in Sebastian Kienle and Leanda Cave. Check out our supersized gallery.