The Secret is Out

    We’ve launched our most anticipated technical suit: The TYR Venzo™. On October 3rd team TYR swimmers Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte, Simone Manuel, Matt Grevers, Dana Vollmer, Lia Neal, Jack Conger, Jacob Pebley, Ashley Twichell and Michael Chadwick hit the stage to showcase the Venzo™ in front of the industry’s most prominent names and tastemakers. Working in conjunction with the TYR design team, our athletes played an integral role in the production of this state-of-the-art technical suit. Want to know more? Here’s the specs: As the first and only technical suit in the industry to analyze drag from a microscopic perspective, the Venzo™…

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    Are You Ready?

    Something big is coming, and we’re less than a week away. In the meantime, be sure to follow along with TYR on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for updates. You won’t want to miss this.

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    All Things Breaststroke

    At TYR, we believe the work never stops- which is why we’ve designed our series of How to videos to help athletes properly take their training to the next level. This week we’re deep diving into all things breaststroke. So whether it’s the pull down or the kick, you’re totally covered. Check out the videos and our tips below, plus stay tuned for more tutorials to come! After propelling off the wall from a push, turn, or start a breaststroke swimmer should complete a proper pulldown. Here is how to ensure you do this with strong technique: To begin, initiate a…


    Kona Prep with Team TYR Triathlete Mirinda Carfrae

    When it comes to racing the Big Island, few names are as synonymous with the IRONMAN World Championships as Mirinda Carfrae. Finishing in the top tier of six IMKONA races, Rinny  has earned the coveted Kona crown three times and remains the female record holder in the run. However, gearing up for race day this year will prove to be far different than any other she’s experienced. As a new mom Rinny’s life has changed in more ways than one. Looking toward October, we sat down with Mirinda to find out how she plans to take on the Big Island…


    Catching Up with Team TYR Triathlete Sarah True

    If you’re familiar with the world of triathlon, you’ve likely heard the name Sarah True. From two Olympic showings to a World Triathlon Series championship, Sarah has proven time and time again just how real of a force she is on race day.  And while her list of accolades is impressive, there is one major race she’s yet to take on. That is, until now. This October Sarah will stand among many of the world’s strongest competitors as she prepares to begin the first leg of the 2018 IRONMAN World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. As one of America’s highest Olympic finishers in…


    Gearing Up for World Championships

    The IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships are set to take place this weekend in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africa. With team TYR athletes from around the globe gearing up for race day, we can’t wait to see them dominate the disciplines. Curious to check out who will be there? Scroll down below! IRONMAN & IRONMAN 70.3 Champion James Cunnama View this post on Instagram Pre-race press conference #IM703WC done. Nice of you to join us @samappo … 😉 #molomandelabay 📸@jpburger1 A post shared by James Cunnama (@jamescunnama) on Aug 30, 2018 at 3:26am PDT Olympic Gold Medalist, 2X IRONMAN World Champion &…

  • NEWS

    International Event Recap

    The excitement hasn’t stopped for #TeamTYR. With international meets taking place all over the globe, our athletes have been showing the world what is means to be “Always in Front.” For a recap of the 2018 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships and the 2018 European Championships, scroll down below. PAN PACIFIC SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS  KATIE LEDECKY The #GOAT has done it again. In addition to earning gold in 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyle events, Katie also took home a silver medal for her swim in the 4x200m relay and a bronze in the 200m free. View this post on Instagram Putting the…


    5 Benefits of Taking Your Workout Outdoors

    With the summer season in full swing, it’s no wonder that people all over the U.S. are lacing up their sneakers for a sweaty training session outside. And while any form of movement is beneficial, science is proving that incorporating some time with Mother Nature into your workout routine has some serious advantages. Interested in learning more? Then read on below for just a few of the reasons why you should be taking your training outdoors. IT PUSHES YOUR BODY Let’s start with the obvious. Switching up the location of your workout is a great way to challenge yourself. From…