Duct TapeTypical cycling useSecuring moving parts on your bike that shouldn't be moving, from unravelling bar tape to loose mudguards.Other usesWinter shoe conversion: Nobody wants cold feet while riding. If you don't have a pair of cold-weather cycling shoes, place strips of duc...
Natural Hero Hot Ginger Muscle Rub, £9.95 (100ml)Cedric says: Triathlon tends to attract people who find it hard to sit still. If that sounds familiar, next time your tired muscles complain that they need some TLC, reach for Natural Hero’s Hot
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
by an osteopath. I felt a bit like a super hero clad in Salomon’s ‘smart skin’, but what impressed me most is that it didn’t feel like I was wearing a cardboard suit. The seams were smooth and friction was non-existent, and with the summer moving in, the top
.Over the course of an hour we watched Keri-Anne demonstrate and explain the techniques that’ll take you from open-water zero to hero. Although it’ll take some practice to imitate the skill shown by Keri-Anne, we thought we’d share some of her best advice before
the age groupers would start but for now it was the elite men and women who got things underway on the out-and-back swim course in Kailua Bay. The pier and prom were thick with people cheering their triathlon heroes and the heat was building nicely.As 46
?A. I wouldn't say I have any particular triathlon heroes however I really admire the Brownlees, I have trained with them since I started training with one of my coaches Jack Maitland at the aged 16 and I have seen how hard they have worked over
(the Ironman brand owner) has successfully marketed the race to ensure that anyone with enough determination can swim, bike and run the same course as their heroes. It has become an inclusive, welcoming event.Newsom says that triathlon, and Ironman
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