you can do the first lap and you just think, "Oh God, I've got two laps more to go." But you've just got to get rid of those kinds of thoughts and race hard in the moment.World Champion and Olympic Triathlete Helen Jenkins was carrying out a triathlon
When you hear the word 'old' it's highly unlikely it conjures the image of an elite triathlete who has just qualified for the 2012 Olympics. But in the funny world of sport, 27-year-old Helen Jenkins finds herself labelled just that
Helen Jenkins is Britain's leading female triathlete and took the world title in 2008. She took the bronze position in the 2009 and 2010 World Championship circuit (a new series of seven events rather than a single race) and is one of Britain
people and coach youngsters. I’ve been doing this for a while now and I‘ve got a lot of experience. I could coach and I’d like to share my experiences - it would be wasted otherwise. British triathlete Helen Jenkins is an ambassador for sports performance
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...
Alistair and Jonny [Brownlee] and Helen [Jenkins] because they’re doing so well. I really do think they could win medals.How do you deal with the ups and downs of racing?I’ve worked with Joce Brooks from British Triathlon since I was 16, which is fantastic
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