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...
When you're starting out in triathlon, one of the most important bits of kit you'll buy is your wetsuit. For those lacking a little confidence in the water, making the right choice is crucial, but even if you're comfortable ploughing through chilly lakes, your wetsuit should keep...
Regular checksTrain all you like, but if you have a problem with your bike in a race it's going to put a serious dent in your time. All bikes pick up wear and tear - so all triathletes need to be aware of how to make repairs quickly. Follow this simple guide to DIY bike maintenan...
race shoe On Running (on-running.com). In his fourth season racing as a pro, he'll be tackling Ironman Austria and Ironman UK. "The key to a slick transition is setting your gear up so you have a minimum amount to do," he says. "Make sure you've thought
, contours and road surfaces, try to visit the local area to practise riding on the course and get your gearing sorted out. Bear in mind that roads won't be closed or marshalled before the race, so take extra care. See if you can gather a group of friends
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