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Wiggle Competition Winners

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Have you won top triathlon prizes?

We teamed up with Wiggle last week to give away some top-notch triathlon kit to help you train and race at your best this summer. Look at the list below to find out if you’ve won any of the three prizes up for grabs. We've passed all the winners' details on to ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: ClearEars

By Katherine Kendall on in Triathlon

ClearEars, £5.19 Katherine says: Over the years swimmers have found unique ways to clear their waterlogged ears. However, some of us have had no choice but to tolerate the deafening sensation whilst water dislodges itself naturally. ClearEars is a revolutionary product designed to combat this. Made from pliable foam with FDA ...  ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: MuleBar Kicks Gel

By Alison Hamlett on in Triathlon

MuleBar Kicks Lemon Zinger Gel, £1.50 Alison says: The folk at MuleBar have a great reptuation for creating tasty, natural, ethically-sourced refuelling products for energetic endurance athletes. For 2012, they've fine tuned three exisiting flavour – Apple Strudel, Lemon Zinger and Cherry Bomb – and introduced a new flavour: Cafe Cortado, ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: Intact Endurance

By James Fricker on in Triathlon

Intact Endurance, £19.95 James says: Intact Endurance certainly packs a little punch. The 59ml bottle contains four key electrolytes that are lost through exercise – magnesium, chloride, sodium and potassium. Because you only need to add a few drops to 500ml of water, you'll get a whopping 59 servings from the ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: Aqua Sphere K180

By Joe Walker on in Triathlon

Aqua Sphere K180, £19.99 Joe says: The latest goggles from swim innovators Aqua Sphere are designed to make your swim more streamlined and therefore speedier. How? Thanks to the amazing hydrodynamics, of course. The K180s are the first ever small-socket goggles to combine asymmetrical and anatomical curved lenses. This means you’ll ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: Kinetica Recovery

By Joe Walker on in Triathlon

Kinetica 100% Recovery, £24.99(10 x 75g sachets) Joe says: Kinetica 100% Recovery is a 2:1 carb to protein supplement designed to aid quick delivery of nutrients to fatigued muscles and replenish glycogen stores post training. Kinetica’s exclusive Biotein protein blend prevents muscle soreness after a hard workout to ensure you recover from ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: Garmin Forerunner 910XT

By Andy Dixon on in Triathlon

Garmin Forerunner 910XT, £359.99 Andy says: The best compliment that I can pay this latest multisport training device from Garmin is that it just works. I haven’t got the patience to trawl through user manuals, so I just got it out of the box, powered it up and started training. And ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: Salomon EXO S-Lab Tech Tee

By James Fricker on in Triathlon

Salomon EXO S-Lab SS Zip Tech Tee, £80 James says: If I'd judged this running top on first impressions, it would have failed to make it into my running wardrobe, but once I’d got over its initial cardboard feel and garish yellow colour (it comes in a variety of colours, like ... 

Win a place at Ironman Lanzarote 2012

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If you've been training hard all winter, here's chance to reward yourself – by racing round the gorgeous island of Lanzarote. We've teamed up with Sports Tours International to offer you the chance to win a race place at Ironman Lanzarote. The race is only six weeks away though – on ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: Knog Blinder

By Alison Hamlett on in Triathlon

Knog Blinder Bike Lights, £34.99 each Alison says: The Knog Frog is one of the most copied light designs in existence, thanks to the clever silicone design and bright colours. But the cool folk at Aussie brand Knog would rather set new trends than bask in past glories, so they’ve created ... 

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