Runner’s World - Human RaceOctober 2016
Runners World caught up with Sarah Piampiano to take a realistic look at how she transformed her destructive Wall Street habits into Ironman Champion habits
Spark People - 10 Dos and 4 Don'ts for Recovering & Refueling after a Race or WorkoutSeptember 2016
You've trained for weeks, maybe even months. You know exactly what to eat on the morning of your race or event, and how to stay fueled and hydrated along the course. From great shoes to a grooving playlist, you've got all the details covered to ensure that you finish strong and smiling.
Intentio - The Habit Project: An Inspirational Journey from Workaholic to Professional Athlete1 September, 2016
Every so often, you hear a story that makes you sit up and take notice. Something about a person’s determination and perseverance that fills you with that OMG feeling, and perhaps a good measure of motivation. That’s how we felt when we sat down with Sarah Piampiano.
Sarah Piampiano - Drive14 September, 2016
Part One of a Four Part series looking at Sarah's path to the Ironman World Championships
Triathlete Magazine - Kona 2016, Ones to WatchOctober 2016
Sarah Piampiano is featured as a notable athlete to watch at the 2015 Ironman World Championships with her dominating performances across the Ironman discipline this year.
How the Pros Deal with InjuriesJuly 21st, 2016
Sarah Piampiano discusses how she uses injury to her advantage to make her faster and stronger.
A Deal-Maker's Transformation Into a Professional TriathleteJune 13, 2016
Sarah Piampiano left a demanding job on Wall Street for an equally demanding job training 40 hours a week as a top competitor on the triathlon circuit.
Sarah Piampiano Wins Ironman 70.3 New OrleansMay 31, 2016
Sarah offers some advice on how to handle the Kona World Championships to Kona rookie and Clif Bar CEO Kevin Cleary.
Recover from Running - Tips from a ProMay 31, 2016
Learn how Sarah balances her life around training.
IM 70.3 NOLA Champion Audio InterviewApril 22, 2017
Fresh off her 3rd Ironman 70.3 New Orleans victory, the inimitable Sarah Piampiano sat down for a very enjoyable Skype chat.
WITSUP.comApril 19, 2016
Piampiano crushes the bike to take her 3rd New Orleans title.
Triathlon CanadaApril 19, 2016
Race Recap: Starkyowicz and Piampiano win Ironman 70.3 New Orleans
Triathlete MagazineApril 17, 2016
Sarah Piampiano impresses at 70.3 New Orleans.
TRS TriathlonApril 17, 2016
Super Starky and Piampiano talk gators and win New Orleans 70.3
Training Like a Top TriathleteApril 14 2016
Sarah Piampiano discusses the ins and outs of what a professional triathlete does.
WiSP Sports PodcastApril 13, 2016
Sarah Piampiano discusses how her life has unfolded and how it has helped her as a professional athlete.
Starykowics and Piampiano win IM 70.3 New OrleansAPRIL 18, 2016
Sarah Piampiano successfully defends to claim third title in five years…
Sarah Piampiano Wins Ironman 70.3 New OrleansAPRIL 17, 2016
Sarah Piampiano won the half Ironman in a time of 4:19:57. It was the California resident’s second consecutive victory in the Ironman New Orleans 70.3.
Stepping Up Your GameAPRIL 7, 2016
If you get knocked down…get back up again!
Risking it allAPRIL 5, 2016
Sarah Piampiano quit her corporate job in NYC to become top triathlete in the world.
It’s how you sit on the bike2016
As an amateur athelete one of the post-race emails I dread the most is the one from the on course photographer.
Sarah PiampianoFEB 23 2016
Sarah Piampiano is a 35 year old former-top-ski-racer-turned-pro-triathlete with an amazing back story. She went from 120 hour work weeks at HSBC Securities to the life of a struggling professional triathlete in 2012. After winning a full Ironman and two Ironman 70.3 races plus finishing seventh in Kona this past October with the second fastest run of the day, Sarah has proven that she has what it takes to be one of the best. Her stories about her two older brothers are epic. Love those guys!
From a friendly bet to Ironman champion for Sarah PiampianoMARCH 8 2016
There was a time when Sarah Piampiano took up smoking just so she could catch her breath. It was after she moved to New York City in 2005 to work in mergers and acquisitions for HSBC. She was thrilled with the job. It was intense and exciting, an around-the-clock marathon of 14- and 16-hour days sprinkled with 3 a.m. conference calls to China.
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