It's the time of year when you take to the open water. You know you need a wetsuit, but have you considered a change of goggles? The small, clear goggles you've been using in the pool won't stand up to the demands of the open water.When it comes to swimming in the outdoors, you c...
Every triathlete should get into the habit of wearing sunglasses for protection," says Peter Slaney, a former triathlete, optician of 20 years and managing director of www.directsunglasses.co.uk. And not just on the handful of sunny days bestowed upon the UK every year, but every...
compartments, and has a useful wet gear section inside. The back unzips to provide extra capacity, while numerous pull-cords help to adjust the size even more. The hydration bladder is top-notch as you'd expect from this brand. Contact www.zyro.co.uk Deuter
Q. I'm training for my first triathlon. Will I be quicker if I wear trainers for the cycling and running (so I don't have to change shoes) or if I wear cycling tri shoes (which I haven't used before), then change into my trainers?A. If you wear trainers you'll save the 30 or so s...
/tights and shoes in to work with you, then run home in your work gear? Then you could carry your work trousers home in a backpack and not worry about them getting creased, and put a cagoule on over your shirt. So what if it all gets sweaty? You can put everything
If there's one bit of running kit that really matters, it's those bits of moulded polyeurethane on your feet. So this week we've picked out three niggling shoe queries from the Gear forum. Lend us your thoughts...Q1: The washing machine conundrum
In the kit-crazed world of triathlon, we are sometimes judged by our fashion sense as well as our sporting ability, often by the more elite (and more than a little vain) among us. But many style rules exist for a purpose - not only do they prevent us from becoming fodder for ridi...
Running with a baby jogger is the ultimate in multitasking. It allows you to combine your passion for running with childcare, and to shift that pregnancy weight while giving your kids an outdoor adventure. But if you want your child to be comfortable and your running style uncomp...
Dark when you get up, dark when you get home from work: with winter holding us fully in its thrall, it's even harder to find the time and motivation to fit your training in. One solution is to incorporate it into your working day – whether it's running to or from the office, or t...
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