Ironman 70.3WHEN June WHERE Wimbleball, SomersetDISTANCE Half-Ironman (1.9K/90K/21.1K)SWIM Lake BIKE Road RUN Road/grasswww.ironman.com/events/ironman70.3Don't be confused by the suffix: in 2006, the World Triathlon Corporation declared all
potential in time for your races.For most of us, summer is a reminder of why we took up triathlons in the first place. Coach Dan Bullock (www.swimfortri.com) says, "It's just great to be outside. When the time comes to get away from the chlorine and straight
The sun’s finally out, which means it’s time to turn up the heat on your triathlon training. To guarantee you taste race success this summer, we’ve put together a series of training newsletters that combine to create an essential guide to the sport
Whether you’re new to triathlon or have your eyes focussed on a podium place, we have plenty of triathlon events around the country to get involved with this summer and we’d love you to join our team.For as little as £20 plus a very achievable
at this summer’s Olympics in London.Helen has teamed up with Triple Dry (specialist, triple-action anti-perspirant) to create a race training guide that will ensure you enjoy a great summer of racing too. With the summer triathlon season fast approaching, now
Ingredients (serves 4)• 1 litre chicken or vegetable stock• 100g butter• 1 large onion• 1 bay leaf• 350g Arborio or Carnaroli risotto rice• 200ml dry white wine such as Verdicchio• 100g goats’ cheese – diced, plus four slices of goat's cheese for grilling• 100g sundried tomatoes ...
Ingredients (serves 4)4 chicken breasts5 tbsp olive oil2 tsp cumin seeds, finely ground2 garlic cloves, crushedSalt and freshly ground black pepper400g wild rice, or white and wild rice mixed500g cooked beetroot, chopped into chunks1 bunch spring onions, finely sliced1 small bunc...
hours; and the weekends are cold, damp and miserable. Your first triathlon of the year may be months away. All things considered, staying in bed with a mug of hot chocolate has much more appeal than a bone-numbing bike ride. After all, missing one little
There's no need to suffer from adrenaline withdrawal when the triathlon season draws to a close. There are loads of cycle sportives around at this time of year to tempt you to go long and stay strong on the bike. Sportives are the cycling version
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