Link Share

Google feeds off links, for those of us in the Triathlon market and looking for more exposure sharing links between relevant sites is a win/win.

Please email azza@maccax.com if you have a triathlon or endurance sport site that you’d like to get featured on our site.

In order to be considered this will need to be mutual and you can find the exact HTML code you need for us below:

Please use (copy & paste) the following code for your link into the HTML on your site:

Professional Triathletes

Bahrain Endurance 13
James Cunnama
Sebastian Kienle
Daniela Ryf
Caroline Steffen
Jodie Swallow
Raelert Brothers

Triathlon Media

K226
220 Triathlon
First Off the Bike
Triathlete Magazine
TRS Triathlon
Witsup
Slowtwitch

Our Team Experts

Brenton Ford – Effortless Swimming
James Dunne – Kinetic Revolution
Chloe McCloud – http://www.chloemcleod.com/

Triathlon Blogs

Jenna-Caer’s Triathlon – http://jennacaerstri.blogspot.co.uk
Jo’s TriStalk – http://www.jostristalk.com
Kieran Roche – http://kieranroche.blogspot.com.au
Kikay Runner – http://kikayrunner.com
Road 2 Ironman – http://www.road2ironman.com
Road to Powerman – http://danielhopperduathlon.blogspot.com
Rob’s Kona Dreaming – http://robskonadreamin.blogspot.ca
Spinning – http://www.ihersey.com
Superbruhn – http://www.superbruhn.dk
Team Baby Dino – http://teambabydinosaur.blogspot.com
Tri-ing to Get It Correct – http://sportshealthguy.blogspot.com
Healthy Meal Coach – http://www.healthymealcoach.com
The best triathlete I can be – http://www.greg3athlon.wordpress.com
José Joaquín Acosta Arango – www.acostadeentrenar.com

Triathlon Travel

Go To Race – Online registration & travel booking for Asia’s races
RaceQuest – Train & race with the pros
Challenge Travel – Make your trip to your Challenge Family race easier
Flight Centre Active Travel – Active Travel packages, confirmed race entry to sold out active events

www.1hundredpercentkokoda.com – new business specialising in taking people hiking across the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea, following the Battle of Kokoda in WW2, where our Australian Soldiers fought and repelled the Japanese Army who were trying to take Port Moresby in an attempt to cut the Australian sea route north. This would have seen the Aus/US ships unable to pass. It would have also formed a staging point for the Japanese to potentially land and attack Australia.

Sports Businesses

www.templenutrition.com.au – Real Food Sports Nutrition