Monday, June 14, 2010

Heather Jackson Boise 70.3 RR

The high-winds and hot weather conditions did not stop Wattie Ink. professional Heather Jackson, who posted an impressive 3rd place finish in Boise yesterday, following her solid 5th place performance at last weekend's Mooseman 70.3 event.

Jackson's 70.3 World Champion teammate, Julie Dibens, was the winner of the day in Boise with an impressive 4:25:14; Linsey Corbin was second at 4:29:22 and Jackson rounded off the podium with a 4:34:58.

Jackson's form is coming along nicely as she heads to Bend, Oregon next week for the USA National Time Trial Championships to test her cycling horse power against the nation's best cyclists.
Heather proudly competes using her Adamo Breakaway saddle.

For more information on Heather Jackson contact: Wattie Ink.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Sam Krieg wins Idaho State Road Race Champs

ISM is please to announce Cat 2 roadie Sam Krieg of Krieg Cycling ( ) has just won the Pro 1,2 Idaho State Road Racing Championships on his Adamo Podium saddle. He won with an off the front effort solo effort. We brought this saddle to market specifically for the road racer and couldn't be more proud of Sam.

"First off thanks for the saddles. I have to be honest and say the road and TT saddle have saved my life. NO JOKE. I have been racing and training for 7 years and I just wish I would have tried one sooner".

On another note, Sam also won the Cat 2 Tour of Gila TT on his Adamo Racing saddle and rode the other stages on his Adamo Podium to a 2nd place overall. Get some!!

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Jo Lawn wins in UK!

Jo Lawn wins on Adamo Racing on UK Soil at first event in the new and innovative TriGrandPrix Series

This Sunday (30th May 2010), arguably the strongest long distance field ever assembled in the UK competed in The Outrageous Half, the first event in the new and innovative TriGrandPrix Series ( The half-iron distance event, was held at Leybourne Lake, near Maidstone, Kent, featured a 40 strong pro field, competing for their share of the £40,000 prize money up for grabs.
British athlete and former ITU World Champion (Standard and Long Distance), Leanda Cave, who recently placed second in the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon and won both Ironman 70.3 Florida and Escape from Alcatraz recently will be a strong contender in the Pro Women's field, but will face stiff competition from Czech long distance specialist Lucie Zelenkova, and seven times Ironman New Zealand winner Joanna Lawn. Ana Burgos is a name to watch out for too, after recently making the transition from ITU racing, and Ana Casares, the Basque run specialist could pose a threat to the big names in the final 21km run.


1st - Jo Lawn NZ - £8,000
2nd - Leanda Cave – GB -£3,000
3rd - Eva Ledesma Calvet – ESP- £2,500
5th - Julia Grant – NZ - -£1,500

1st - Fraiser Cartmell – GB- £8,000
2nd - Timo Bracht – GER - £3,000
3rd - Clemente Alonso ESP -£2,500