, Florida. The best 100 triathletes in Wimbleball earn themselves a place for the American race, which could ultimately open a door to the prize of a place at the Ironman World Championships finale in Hawaii.The triathlon starts with a swim in the flooded
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
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
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'd expected and I did not have time for all my energy drink. Lessons learned."Helen Jenkins, 2008 ITU World Champion"I once had a problem at the Windsor Triathlon with heat exhaustion - I hadn't drunk enough the day before the race, which was freakishly hot. I
Winter brings icy roads and even icier open waters to the UK, which means triathlon is really only suited to our self-styled summer. But that doesn't mean your competitive juices have to dry up when the cold settles in - the UK hosts a growing
-preserving vitamin K.CucumberIt's always been A refreshing addition to a summer salad and a cool treat for tired eyes.It's also A good source of caffeic acid, which helps soothe skin irritation, and silica, an essential building block of connective tissue
on the actual race day at the Ironman event.Swim-to-bike bricksDuring the swim phase of a triathlon you are in a horizontal position for the duration of the swim with the result that blood accumulates in your arms, shoulders and head. Stand to run out
throughout the summer," he explains. "I am always competitive with the best cyclists in the area, some of whom ride four times my weekly mileage. By the time they come to race, many of them are tired, whereas I always feel fresh."Time-efficient triathlon
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