Autumn is here and the temperature is already decidedly chilly, so we've compiled a great selection of apparel to suit your needs. Fold away jackets will keep you dry, lightweight layers protect against the wind and there's cosy softshell creations for when conditions get more se...
Running is a great way to get fit - it's fun, cheap and surprisingly sociable. But if you haven't run since you were at school, it can be hard to know how to get started. How do you pace a thirty minute run? What kit do you need and how many times
the looker.But I must confess, with less than a month until the race, I'm starting to get nervous. Having a bike and all the right kit (thanks Genesis!) suddenly makes this racing business very real. I suspect I'm not alone in needing 'the fear'. Every
. Not wearing the right kit, training sufficiently or swotting up on road rules were classic rookie errors. But this time it would be different, this time I would be an informed and enthusiastic cyclist - and I'd be gunning for a PB.Training has started well
and valleys, wade through bogs, rope swing over ditches and hurtle down slides. Once you've crossed the finish line, you can collect a nice clean race T-shirt to replace your mud-splattered kit! Enter online.Barningham Hall 5K ish Run (Norfolk, October 1)If
company. But once I'd landed, dumped my humongous kit bag and scoped out the Marina Real Juan Carlos (the main hub of racing action), my worries seemed to evaporate into the city's blue skies and balmy 37C heat.I caught the end of the women's triathlon
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