Andi Dreitz goes fast on the canary Islands

Wed, Feb 20, 19

After building up a good base in his last trainings camp, Andi is now enjoying some more specific training in Grand Canary. He is accompanied by his trainingspartner Henry Beck. They’re also supported by a bigger group of other pro athletes, which also teammate Patrick Lange is joining.  The training is going really well, what is highly rising motivation. But it is important to stay calm for the moment: There are still some more weeks to go until the first race at Ironman South Afrika at 7th of April.  Photocredit: @JamesMitchell

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Michael Raelert starts with a victory into the season

Mon, Feb 18, 19

Swiss Side Pro Athlete Michael Raelert started into the new year of racing with a first successful competition. In Pottsville Beach, Australia, the Rostockian took the win at the Tweed Coast Enduro triathlon. In 3:58:41 hours, he won at the Ironman-70.3-distance event, consisting of a 1.9 kilometer swim, 90 kilometers of cycling and a run of 21.1 kilometers. Australia‘s Luke Woolfe won the silver medal in 4:03:49 hours in front of his fellow countryman Chris Boyle (4:08:36 hours). "I am quite satisfied with this first competition," Michael Raelert said after the race, "it was a first solid step into the...

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Join Swiss Side at the Triathlon Convention Europe

Fri, Feb 15, 19

Join Swiss Side at the Triathlon Convention Europe Come by the Triathlon Convention Europe in Lagen, Germany from 22.-24. February and visit the Swiss Side and Canyon Bicycles Booth. You can check out our 2019 Swiss Side HADRON Classic and Ultiamte Aero Wheels, have a look at Patrick Lange’s Ironman World Championship winning bike and learn about Project 101 - Patrick’s Aero Cockpit that was developed in cooperation with Swiss Side, Canyon and Sauber Engineering Also, join Swiss Side Founder, Jean-Paul Ballard’s Aero Workshop on Saturday 23. February from 2-3pm and learn how to improve your aerodynamics on the bike...

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Swiss Side on board with Team Sky

Tue, Feb 12, 19

Team Sky have partnered with Swiss Side for the 2019 season. The high performance engineering experts of Swiss Side, who specialise in aerodynamics, have agreed a deal to become the Official Race & Aerodynamics Simulation Partner of Team Sky.  With over 50 years of experience in Formula 1, Swiss Side - the 'one-stop shop for performance engineering’ - are the market leaders in aerodynamics, bringing their expertise to the world of cycling to help maximise speed.  The partnership will see Team Sky work closely with Swiss Side to enhance the team’s performance strategy around racing, with a specific focus on...

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Maurice Clavel NEW on Swiss Side

Fri, Feb 08, 19

SWISS SIDE TEAM NEWS #9 Swiss Side is proud to announce that German triathlete Maurice Clavel has joined the team. In 2018, Maurice won the Ironman 70.3 Vichy and took third place at Ironman South Africa. For 2019, he has his sights set on winning his qualifying race for the Ironman World Championship in Kona and finishing in the top 10. "Swiss Side stands for innovation and advancement in the aerodynamics of cycling wheels.The desire to push the limits of what is possible every day and to improve performance is what unites us. I’m very proud and grateful to be a...

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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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