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Four-Time Triathlon World Champion Melanie McQuaid Selects Polar USA as Official Heart Rate Training Solution
Date:6/27/2012

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., June 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Polar (www.polarusa.com), the leader in heart rate monitoring and fitness assessment technologies, today introduced that Melanie McQuaid, an accomplished triathlete with more than 40 major professional victories in the last 10 years, has chosen Polar USA as her official heart rate training solution and sponsor.  McQuaid won the inaugural ITU Cross Triathlon World Championship and recently claimed victory in the Ironman 70.3 California. 

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The versatile triathlete has excelled in both off-road races and half-Ironman events, and has also created informative yet entertaining videos, which take on subjects such as triathlete spoofs and even cooking.  She will now offer tips and explore the smart coaching benefits that heart rate training can offer – for elite athletes like herself, or recreational runners and multisport enthusiasts.  In the coming months, McQuaid's video series will be available on Racergirl Television, as well as http://youtube.com/polarusa

McQuaid is also offering an exclusive giveaway of the Polar RCX5 in red.  To be entered in the giveaway, fans can guess what McQuaid's maximum heart rate was during the 2012 XTERRA East Championship in Richmond, VA.  For more information, please visit www.racergirl.com.

"Whether I'm in the water, on the bike, on the road or at my computer, I'm looking for information that's going to help me train smarter and get faster, and that's why I've always relied on Polar training computers," said McQuaid.  "Now I'm upping my game with the RCX5, which listens to my body's cues to optimize ever
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