poor man's John Wayne.Scroll forward to late spring 2011, when Team TW decided to take on the Hyde Park Triathlon. After working on the Triathlete's World website for a year, I knew that I could no longer blame cycling itself for my irrational hatred
it to nature's cruel elements, I knew I had to take it outside. We're ideally placed at TW Towers to train on the race route itself. With Hyde Park less than a mile away, I've got no excuse not to be ripping up the Royal Park's paths in my lunch hour
I can't quite believe I'm writing this but there's only one day to go until our sprint relay challenge, the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series London.We have printed off the event details, my outfit is planned and I have persuaded
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
their mutinous cries during the final session. As a tool for triathlon training the powerBIKE™ offers some advantages, but obviously it has its limitations. For long-distance cycling, few things can prepare you as well as hours on the saddle. Shorter, more
good thing. It's made me appreciate cycling more and tearing down trails has become as enjoyable as a long run.I've even started swimming again and my thoughts have already turned to a solo triathlon after our team relay. Mind you, hand me a race entry
When an email pinged into my inbox from Gatorade, inviting me to train with elite GB cyclists at the Manchester Velodrome and do a (gross-sounding) 'sweat test', it took seconds for me to say yes.And so last Monday evening I left London for a much sunnier Manchester. After a good...
, who was already twitching to do another race after taking part in the Dextro Energy Hyde Park Triathlon relay. And so, a few weeks later, I boarded the plane at Heathrow with only sheaf of Triathlete's World articles and my mounting hysteria to keep me
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