As the oldest and largest mag in the U.S. that covers the sport, Triathlete has very few competitors. With bylines that boast some of the best and most well-known coaches and columnists in the triathlon world, newbies and seasoned triathletes all turn to the pub for tips and inspiration.
The mag is open to PR pitches that are in any way athletic- or triathlon-related. “Gear and tech items are probably the best way to go, as we do gear review in all parts of the magazine under a variety of different names,” said managing editor Adam Elder. “Profiles, celebrity, travel, exciting getaways that discuss the training situation there, or anything with an athletic angle is also great.”
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