Best Triathlete Quotes That Make You Inspired

Here we have come today with best triathlete Quotes that can make you inspired and sometimes makes you happy and sometimes will make you funny.

“I was stunned. I pulled the phone away and looked quizzically at the hole-punched speaker. Aside from the blood obligation to be my sister’s maid of honor, it had never occurred to me that I would get asked to be in anyone’s wedding. I thought we had reached an understanding, the institution of marriage and I. Weddings are like the triathlon of female friendship: the Shower, the Bachelorette Party, and the Main Event. It’s the Iron Woman and most people never make it through. They fall off their bikes or choke on ocean water. I figured if I valued my life, I’d stay away from weddings and they’d stay away from me.”
― Sloane Crosley, I Was Told There’d Be Cake

Now Some Short Triathlete Quotes

“You can quit if you want, and no one will care. But you will know the rest of your life.”

– John Collins

“A good goal should scare you a little and excite you a lot.”

“Don’t limit your challenges, challenge your limits.”

“Athletes eat and train, they don’t diet and exercise.”
– Unknown

“If you set a goal for yourself and are able to achieve it, you have won your race. Your goal can be to come in first, to improve your performance, or just finish the race it’s up to you.”
Dave Scott

“When you train from 15 to 30 hours per week, be sure to find the beauty in the scenery around you!”

The joy of a triathlete comes before, during, and after all of the pain and hard work!

To be a triathlete means that one has adapted body and mind to endure a challenge that motivates yourself and all who know you.

I am building a fire, and every day I train, I add more fuel. At just the right moment, I will light the match.

Your mind will quit a thousand times before your body will. Feel the fear and do it anyway.

Ambitious goals make for outstanding achievements.

“To truly enjoy the downhill, you must conquer the uphill.”

“Swim like your gonna drown, Ride like you stole it and Run like they are chasing you. “

Some Motivational Triathlete Quotes

“You need to save some mental, physical, and emotional resources for enhancing your product after you ship. A revolution is a triathlon, not a hundred-yard dash-it requires long-distance stamina and multiple skills such as creating, churning, and evangelizing.”

“You can keep going and your legs might hurt for a week or you can quit and your mind will hurt for a lifetime.”
– Mark Allen

“The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you decide to do.”

“Some sessions are stars and some sessions are stones, but in the end they are all rocks and we build upon them.”
― Chrissie Wellington,

“The magnitude of the satisfaction that a triathlete experiences upon crossing a finish line is directly proportional to the amount of suffering he has overcome to to get there. This reward knows no ability. Even the slowest of the slow can push themselves beyond existing limits and finish with tremendous satisfaction. But winning often demands and inspires the greatest suffering and thus confers the greatest sense of pride. Often, because of the nature of competition, it is precisely he who has the most guts who is the fastest and experiences the most intense fulfillment at the finish line.”

“Theoretically, then, the most deeply satisfying experience a triathlete could have in the sport (and among the best in life) would occur at the finish line of a race in which he has overcome as much suffering as he could possibly ever endure, and knows it.”
― Matt Fitzgerald

“You put me in a race where there’s a lot on the line, especially when people tell me ‘you can’t win’, or ‘you’re too small’, you tell me those things and I’ll find a way to prove you wrong.”
– Mirinda Carfrae

“It’s supposed to be hard.  If it wasn’t hard, everyone would do it…The hard is what makes it great.”
– Tom Hanks in A League of Their Own

“The only easy day was yesterday.”

– Navy SEALS

“Success in the sport is, above all else, about enduring suffering.”
– Chris McCormack

. “If it’s hurting me, it’s killing them”
– Sebastian Kienle.

“You can have results or excuses, but not both”
– Unknown

“As your training moves from base training to more intense work, to tapering, your nutrition needs to change.”     

Charlotte Campbell

“Almost drowned, crashed the bike, puked on the run. When’s the next Tri?”     


“Triathlon doesn’t build character. It reveals it.”     


“Not everybody is going to run a marathon or do a triathlon. It’s not necessary to do that to be in good health.”     

“You don’t play triathlon. You play soccer; it’s fun. You play baseball. Triathlon is work that can leave you crumpled in a heap, puking by the roadside. It’s the physical brutality of climbing Mount Everest without a great view from the top of the world. What kind of person keeps coming back for more of that?” 

The goal of triathletes is to endure each training and race to the greatest of their ability.

Don’t think about speed… Think about having good form and staying relaxed… Then, the speed will come.

When you feel alone in your training or in the race, imagine all of the other triathletes training and racing right now.

“You can quit if you want, and no one will care. But you will know the rest of your life.” 

“Triathlon – It’s not about finding your limits. It’s about finding out what lies just beyond them.”     

“The world, with its commonsensical viewpoint, thinks their lifestyle is peculiar. And it would be hard to argue with anyone who labeled them eccentrics and oddballs. But there’s something we share, not something as exaggerated as solidarity, perhaps, but at least a warm emotion, like a vague, faintly colored mist over a late-spring peak. Of course, competition is part of the mix -it’s a race, after all- but for most of the people participating triathlon the competitive aspect is less important than the sense of a triathlon as a sort of ceremony by which we can affirm this shared bond.”
― Haruki Murakami

“As your training moves from base training to more intense work, to tapering, your nutrition needs to change.”
― Charlotte Campbell,

“The aim of the taper is to minimise accumulated fatigue and fill up the fuel stores to arrive at the start line fresh.”
― Dan Golding,

“Everything is hard, before it is easy.”
– Goethe

“Triathlon doesn’t build character, it reveals it”
– Unknown

“If I was ever going to win Ironman, I was going to have to beat the man who rinsed his cottage cheese”
― Matt Fitzgerald

“while i may have been strong, i was not particularly goat-like.”
― Chrissie Wellington

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