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Jon Cryer Finishes A Triathlon Injury Free After Last Year's Nasty Spill!

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Who knew Jon Cryer was such a badass???

Last year, the Two and a Half Men star participated in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon, and things ended on an ugly note after he fell off his bike and was covered in scrapes, bruises, and road burns!


But instead of giving up on triathlons altogether like we probably would have done, he decided to get back on the bike. Literally!

Jon returned to the race this past weekend and we're happy to say he finished injury free!

After the race, he said:

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James Marsden & Friends Strike A Post-Triathlon Pose!

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If you've ever wanted to capture the look of happiness, fitness, and friendship, THIS photo (above) is the best you could get!!

James Marsden, Josh Hopkins, and Geoff Stults love competing together, so they signed up for the 2013 Nautica South Beach Triathlon — which they did for charity! Along for the ride was Suburgatory's Parker Young, too — but he's not normally part of their group!

Guess what? They placed NINTH out of ninety-eight teams! How rad!

Congrats, guys! What an accomplishment!

[Image via Instagram.]

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Woman Goes From 427-Pounds To Triathlete!

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This story is absolutely incrediballz!!

A woman had spent much of her adult life as a seriously obese person.

It affected every aspect of her life, but most importability, her health. At 427-pounds, she knew it was time for action.

Wanting to be there for her family, she decided to change her life, so she got a gastric bypass!

After the procedure, she began working out, slowly getting more and more intense.

She learned to run, then realized she wanted to learn to swim!

Next stop… triathlon!!

Check out the video (above) to see this formerly obese woman turned athlete tell her ahmayzing weight loss story!

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Stars Compete In Nautica Malibu Triathlon!

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The 26th annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon just happened over the weekend.

Yes, the same one Jon Cryer was injured in!

The event benefitted Children's Hospital Los Angeles and raised over $1.17 million!

The money will be used to raise awareness for pediatric cancer research.

So of course tons of stars came out to support such a great cause and get their triathlon on!

James Marsden, Jon Cryer, Rainn Wilson, Jillian Michaels, Ali Landry and many more all competed!

It's so great to hear about so many celebs coming out to support not only a great, charitable event but also to see them keeping up their fitness.

The overall winners of the triathlon in the men's and women's categories were Craig Pansing with a time of 1:22:50 and Megan Severa who finished in 1:36:19.

Congrats, you guys!

Check out some more photos (below) of some celebs from the event!

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Jon Cryer Injured In Bloody Triathlon Bike Fall!

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Jon Cryer was recently participating in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon where things didn't go as planned.

During the biking segment of the race, he had apparently fallen and was spotted walking to the first aid tent… covered in blood!

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Lance Armstrong Talks Triathlon While Promoting LIVESTRONG Fitness Equipment

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Lance Armstrong may be living stronger than ever before!

The 7-time Tour de France winner was in Toronto, Canada on Wednesday to promote his LIVESTRONG Fitness Equipment and shared he was in the middle of training for his third triathlon since retiring.

Armstrong finished 5th in his first triathlon in 22 years after hopping off professional cycling circuit, then 23rd at the World XTERRA Championships in Maui. Talking about his most recent quest, he told sources:

“I don’t know if I would say I’m preparing for another career, but I’m definitely preparing for a triathlon.”

While in town, the athlete — who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 1996 — talked to other sources about how fighting and beating the disease has changed him, explaining:

"It certainly changed me as a person, it changed me as a parent, as a friend. You don't take anything for granted, especially those first couple of years. Every sunset becomes the best sunset you've ever seen, every traffic jam is absolutely nothing."

On the flip side, he admits that those feelings don't necessarily last forever, continuing:

"But as you get 10, 15 years down the road, I have to admit… that impatience comes back… you start to lose that crystal clear perspective you used to have in those first years after, when you have no idea what's going to happen and you're just waiting to know, ‘Am I going to be given life back?'"

Completely understandable! It's nice to get such a unique and honest perspective on the subject matter though.

If you'd like to join Lance's lifelong battle to beat cancer for good, click here to join the LIVESTRONG team today!

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Are Panic Attacks To Blame For Triathlon Deaths?

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There's been this mystery looming over triathlons and deaths that seemingly come out of nowhere during them. There might be an answer now, though, and the culprit might be panic attacks!

In a triathlon, it starts in the water, goes to biking, and ends with running. Most of the quitters happen in the water, and most of them because of panic attacks. When you look closely though, the number of deaths between 2006 and 2008, there were 14.

13 of them happened in the water.

The official causes of death were drowning, but what caused the drowning?

It's believed to be panic attacks.

Here is the hypothesis:

In the swim event, a combination of stresses can lead to a panic attack (or something like it): the excitement of the moment, the chaos of swimming into and over other people, the chest constriction of the wet suit, the darkness and coldness of the water, competitiveness and the desire not to quit when friends and family are watching. On rare occasions this leads to drowning.

The thing is, most experienced competitors know of how often the panic attacks happen and witness them every single time they start a race. They also experience them themselves. But nobody is officially looking into it.

Which is a mistake.

Lives could be saved if they had some kind of structure to relieve the stresses at the beginning — maybe a staggered start and rely solely on time instead of "who crosses first" at the end. Who knows?

Point is that any death is too many.

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