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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 ... 

WELCOME TO OUR NEW EDITOR'S CHOICE BLOG!

By Alison Hamlett on in Triathlon
In this space we plan to talk about all things triathlon as the season swings into action. To get things started, we want you to send us your burning triathlon questions

Questions, questions, questions... One of the great things about triathlon is that there are always new things to learn, which means there are often new questions that need answers. We want you to bombard our expert panel with your triathlon queries. Our panel of triathlon coaches, nutritionists, elite athletes and medical ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: 110% Juggler Knickers

By Alison Hamlett on in Triathlon

110% Juggler Knickers, £110 Alison says: If, like me, you’re way too wimpy to plunge tired limbs into an ice bath after training, this new range of compression kit from 110% offers a great alternative. These wonderfully named Juggler Knickers come with six sheets that you soak in water then freeze. After ... 

Gear Pick of the Week: Zoggs Tri Vision

By Katherine Kendall on in Triathlon

Zoggs Tri Vision, £20 Katherine says: While noticeably larger than other goggles in the Zoggs range, the new Tri Vision mask offers superbly clear 180-degree vision thanks to its curved lens technology. The soft frame sits wide on the face for a comfortable fit and little risk of indentation marks. If you ... 

TW Relay Team: Dominique's Bike Blog #8

By Dominique Brady on in Triathlon
Dominique gets to grips with some 'good vibrations' with the new powerBIKE™

"Are you ready for the good vibrations?" asks Lars Harms, the UK Academy & Education Manager of Power Plate. It's an unusual question to be asked by a stranger on a Thursday morning, but then I am testing out a rather unusual piece of machinery. The powerBIKE™, the new baby of ... 

Bike Fitting For Beginners

By Marco Crisari on in Triathlon
With a little help from an expert bike fit, Triathlete's World Art Director Marco Crisari rides away from his knee injury.

­The unfortunate truth is that if you compete in triathlon, as in any other sport, you will at some point suffer an injury. Pushing on through the pain caused by injury is also something most athletes are familiar with, but only the dumbest of the dumb would continue riding for over ... 

TW Relay Team: James's Run Blog #7

By James Barnard on
12 August 2011 at 11:07
in Triathlon
It's race day. Find out how James got on in the running leg of the Hyde Park Triathlon and if he cracked a 20-minute 5K

The ITU Dextro Energy Hyde Park Triathlon crept up on me. No sooner had I started training than I found myself in the grand stand at Hyde Park watching Helen Jenkins romp home to victory, a few hours before the relay teams would set off. This was my first experience of ... 

TW Relay Team: Dominique's Bike Blog #7

By Dominique Brady on in Triathlon
Did all the training pay off on race day?

On the day that top British triathlete Helen Jenkins secured her London 2012 qualification slot with an inspiring win in the Dextro Energy Triathlon London, another team got ready to take on the Hyde Park course: The TW Relay Team. As the watch hands rushed ever closer to our ...  Continue ... 

TW Relay Team: Dominique's Bike Blog #6

By Dominique Brady on in Triathlon
With just a day to go, the TW Web Team are ready to race

I can't quite believe I'm writing this but there's only one day to go until our sprint relay challenge, the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series London. We have printed off the event details, my outfit is planned and I have persuaded friends to watch me sweat it out over ... 

TW Relay Team: James's Run Blog #6

By James Barnard on
04 August 2011 at 09:20
in Triathlon
In his penultimate post, James has a fitness assessment to see if he has what it takes to run a sub 20-minute 5K.

With one week left until my running leg of the Hyde Park Triathlon, I visited Bupa's London branch for a fitness assessment. The aim? To find out if I've got the potential to run a sub 20-minute 5K at my current level of fitness and if not, then how I ... 

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