Michael Raelert is looking forward to a first big challenge

Wed, Mar 20, 19

Michael Raelert is looking forward to a first huge endurance test this Sunday. He faces some strong competitors at the Ironman 70.3 Taiwan. "I'm really looking forward to this challenge," says Michael Raelert, "during the past weeks and months I've done a lot of tough training to bring myself into shape for the new season." He decided with his coach Brett Sutton to put the Taitung event consisting of 1.9 kilometers of swimming, 90 kilometers of cycling and 21.1 kilometers of running onto his training schedule. After taking two victories in Australia, Michael Raelert traveled to Thailand in the beginning...

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Swiss Side Expands & Strengthens Team For The 2019 Season

Fri, Feb 08, 19

All of Swiss Side’s current athletes have been renewed for 2019 and two exciting new athletes have been added.Back to back Ironman World Champion Patrick Lange (32) is counting on the successful cooperation with Swiss Side for another two years. “Jean-Paul and the Swiss Side team are the measure of aerodynamics,” says Lange. “Using techniques developed from F1 engineering, Project 101 has improved my aerodynamics on the bike allowing me to win the Ironman World Championships in Kona in under eight hours. This only happens if you work with developers who are always innovative, quick and driven by the search to always improve.”The following athletes...

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Michael Raelert continues partnership with Swiss Side

Wed, Feb 06, 19

SWISS SIDE TEAM NEWS #7Swiss Side is pleased to announce that Micheal Raelert has renewed for the 2019 season.“Swiss Side means a maximum of aerodynamics, a maximum of speed, a minimum of weight and a unique sound. This is what Swiss Side HADRON wheels guarantee. It’s not only huge fun to ride, race and work with Swiss Side, these wheels are really rocking speed, dynamics and stability. And they look crazy good, which is not that unimportant in our sports.” –Micha🏊🏻‍♂️🚴🏻‍♂️🏃🏼‍♂️👏🏻 Photo: Marcel Hilger

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Michael Raelert withdraws from his start at the 70.3 worlds

Thu, Aug 30, 18

With a heavy heart, Swiss Side Pro AthelteMichael Raelert has decided to withdraw from his start at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in South Africa this Sunday. "I was looking forward to the race in South Africa, but my form is not yet good enough to tackle this challenge," Michael Raelert explains honestly. "This decision is not easy for me. I made this decision after having a final form test." Racing at the Ironman Hamburg at the end of July, Michael Raelert had problems with a calf hardening which limited his training in the following weeks. "My goal remained the...

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Michael Raelert: Looking forward to the home race

Thu, Jul 26, 18

Swiss Side Pro Athlete Michael Raelert is ready to discover a special highlight this Sunday in Hamburg. The Rostockian, who lives temporarily in the Hanseatic city, will start at the second edition of the Ironman in the North of Germany. "For me, it's a home game," says Michael Raelert, "I like the city, the people and the flair." After being forced to cancel his start at the inaugural race in Hamburg last year due to an infection, he wants to catch up his personal Hamburg debut now. "I'm really looking forward to Sunday, but I'm also extremely excited about the...

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