We were lucky enough to catch up with one of Britain's finest triathletes, Helen Jenkins, as she took a break from training for her London 2012 qualification target races in Hyde Park and Beijing.Jenkins is already on blistering form this year after
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
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...
2012 looks set to be another fantastic year for Helen Jenkins. The British triathlete, who was crowned ITU World Champion for the second time in 2011, will line up alongside the world’s best triathletes when she represents Great Britain
2011 HAS BEEN A MASSIVE YEAR FOR HELEN JENKINS.For the second time she has won the ITU Triathlon World Championships and has been
On the day that top British triathlete Helen Jenkins secured her London 2012 qualification slot with an inspiring win in the Dextro Energy Triathlon London, another team got ready to take on the Hyde Park course: The TW Relay Team.As the watch hands
, Bike and Run Training (June 17) Steve Trew, Triathlon coach Solid Gold: Training Tips from Rebecca Adlington's Coach (June 24) Bill Furniss, GB Swimming coach Race Day: How to Prepare for Big Events (July 1) Helen Jenkins, GB
in the pool searching for the vaguest remnants of my swimming muscle memory. I've drawn up a plan with 3-4 sessions a week, regular swims of 1000-1500m interspersed with shorter sprints and drills.Deep breath - it's going to be a busy couple of months!
The ITU Dextro Energy Hyde Park Triathlon crept up on me. No sooner had I started training than I found myself in the grand stand at Hyde Park watching Helen Jenkins romp home to victory, a few hours before the relay teams would set off.This was my
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