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See also: 2011, triathlete, holiday Gift Guide, rundies, For the Badass On Your List.At the 1989 Ironman World Championship Dave Scott and Mark Allen raced side by side at world-record pace for a grueling 139 miles in this photography courtesy of VeloPress from Iron War: Dave Scott, Mark Allen, and the Greatest Race Ever Run by Matt Fitzgerald.Price: 14.50, available on: Yoga Dice: 7 Wooden Dice, Thousands of Possible.But buying a wet suit for someone else is tough, since a good fit is crucial.M typically ships fast, so you could still get it in time to gift as a stocking stuffer.I just purchased a new bike.But we recommend you serve it up with a cool microbrew and this tagline from.Fuel Belt (And NOT the fuel hat that holds gifts under 10 dollars at walmart two beer cans - that's something that may be more useful after the race).
Of course, I'm biased towards my hometown of Boulder, Colorado.
Portable wet wipes (Great for removing the numbers from your skin or a quick cleaning up after a sweaty race).
For the One Who Needs to Lose the Race Tee.
But a tri bike is always high on any triathlete's holiday wish list.Or better yet, getting him or her an entire box of triathlon cards just in time for the holiday season.Triathlete magazine.It can include: The basket (I'd use a nice big sports duffel bag that's perfect for all the stuff a triathlete needs to drag to the transition area).Not a bit of spandex in sight.

If your tri buddy has any ambitions of ever doing an Ironman: Becoming an Ironman: First Encounters with the Ultimate Endurance Event, by Kara Douglass Thom, is a must-read.