"What sets Alistair apart is that he's an athlete who only needs to be told something once," confided the Brownlees' coach Jack Maitland last week, as he put several journalists through swim, cycle and run sessions alongside triathlon's most famous
If you're quick you'll catch the last 15 minutes - great to see a triathlete on national telly! He looks about 12! I know, looks like a little kid! that'll be the BBC trying to make him a bit more well known before he turns up in the final 10 for Sports Personality of the Year an...
Maybe get his first name right? Well thats how he spells it.........Edit....now I see what you're getting at. thats a shocking mistake TW! "It can be hard being a younger sibling - you're always that one step behind, covered in bruises, blamed for every broken ornament, outrag...
Some video highlights from the ITU Omegawave World Triathlon that took place in San Diego at the weekend, which saw Alistair Brownlee dominate the men's field in emphatic style whilst Gwen Jorgensen ran her way into the history books becoming
World-beating triathlete brothers Alistair and Jonny Brownlee have partnered up with the National Trust to host their first ever triathlon this September in their native Yorkshire at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal. World Champion
triathlon. Alistair Brownlee Jonathan Brownlee It would appear not (not that Power of 10 is all-encompassing but fairly useful). But given they could both knock out a sub-30 10k, I imagine their times would be pretty tidy if they did the training. 65 HM
do you think you brownlee brother will get 1st and 2nd in this season triathlon series ??? http://jamie0709running.blogspot.co.uk/ Gomez Yeh he was really good at New Zealand but i think Alistair will win Stu Hayes is looking pretty good
will compete together, and hopefully then be challenging each other for gold. There will be so much great action - sign up for tickets now," says Alistair Brownlee.Here's hoping the Brownlee brothers will be there to represent Great Britain!
to get to the finish looking at him, but it shows his determination!http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/sport/Exhausted-Brownlee-upstaged-as-younger.6439619.jpThey're Yorkshire lads too (Alistair born in Dewsbury, not sure about Jonathon?), & are both members
On the regional BBC news programme this evening, Alistair & Jonathon Brownlee were seen backing a local race organiser for an 'Unsung Hero' awardBoth Brownlees were (& still are) members of 'Bingley Harriers' (in case you were wondering what vests
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