"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
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
The elites are different: they have to maintain their discipline during Christmas. Of course if someone brings along Guitar Hero or makes a batch of refreshing mojitos, all bets are off!Find out what your favourite triathletes get up to in the festive season in our slideshow.Pict...
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!
World Champion in triathlon, which just happens to be the same sport at which you excel. Ask Jonny Brownlee.Sibling rivalryDespite his U23 and Sprint world titles the younger Brownlee still thinks he is that one step behind 22-year-old Alistair
Jonny Brownlee has followed rapidly in older brother Alistair's footsteps to take silver in the ITU World Championship series in only his first full senior season. The adage that younger siblings have all the fun certainly seems true - whilst
triathletes like Chrissie Wellington, Helen Jenkins and Alistair Brownlee.As the race approaches, we’ll give you the skills you need to speed through transition and prepare meticulously for the big day. From the best brick sessions to time-saving kit
reality is that many of the country's top athletes - including Alistair Brownlee, the reigning ITU World Champion - spend the majority of their off-season slugging it out through rain, sleet and snow right here in the UK. And if they can do it, so can you
Olympic-distance races and head straight for the 140-mile challenge straight out of school. Brownlee's ambitions Alistair Brownlee, who at 23 has already been ITU World Champion at junior, under 23 and senior level at Olympic distance, is among those who
Q. When Alistair Brownlee's goggles were knocked off at the ITU event in Hyde Park last year he finished the swim without them. Is it worth training without goggles to prepare for this eventuality?A. The simple answer is 'be prepared', whatever your
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