Triathlon attracts a huge number of people from other sports. Get chatting at a race or at the club and you’ll hear about everything from football to orienteering, and kayaking to mountain biking. It seems that after years of specialising in one sport, swim-bike-run is just the s...
to running well on race day, so make sure you use some of this in your training and understand how it feels. Meg is looking forwards to her first build-up race: a half-marathon on March 1. This will be a real benchmark of her progress and will also tell us
. I've bought new socks, and I've even got a set of lucky safety pins. I've used the same ones at my last two races and PB-ed both times!Steve says: Rob has continued to make great progress. His performance at the Fleet Half-Marathon couldn't have gone
the good work Helen, we are all very proud of your progress.About HelenHelen says: My two children were my motivation for taking up running – I was tired of finding myself out of breath and flustered running around after them, so decided to do something
Clubs regularly attend races as a teamThe days when running clubs were the sole preserve of ultra-competitive elite racers hell-bent on crushing the opposition at all costs and putting in more hours than Geb or Paula are thankfully long-gone. With hundreds of clubs catering fo...
Hope Tour: Day One - Harrogate to LeedsWell that was a baptism of fire. Or perhaps ice would be more appropriate. We seemed to have chosen the coldest bloody day of the year to start our epic journey down the country in aid of HopeHIV. It dipped below zero for some of it and with...
Day two: Leeds to BarnsleyTurns out day two was the first time any of the four of us had done back-to-back marathons so that’s a milestone of sorts reached already. Mind you, I’m writing this at 6am on the morning of day three and everything hurts. As in, EVERYTHING. Judging by t...
have held him back, as they do for so many prospective marathoners. Two bouts of knee problems have slowed his progress and just when that appears to have cleared, he now has a shin problem. This has curtailed the last week’s training and meant
with her progress. Gels have been thoroughly discussed on her thread - people have been sharing their experiences of different brands and how often to use them. So far as Lucy's long-run fuelling strategy is concerned, she's discovered that running a loop
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