March 1 - RNLIJohn Thompson (Halifax)March 2 - XterraColm Johnston (Newtownabbey)March 3 - RNLIMartyn Lewis (Swansea)March 4 - Sports Tours InternationalAndrew Hall (Cardiff)March 7 - MaxifuelElaine Garvican (Chester)March 8 - SpeedoRodney Mowe (South Derbyshire)March 9 - Chain R...
This year we followed four Olympic-distance newcomers as they trained for the Virgin Active London Triathlon, using TW's 10 Week Olympic Training Schedule. Now we can reveal how they fared on the big day and whether or not they acheived their race goals. If you're thinking of tak...
If you're scratching your head over what to buy the triathlete in your life - or looking for a wish list to give family and friends - then we're here to help with our edit of the year's latest cycling, swimming and running gifts.Image credit: Tooga
2012 looks set to be another fantastic year for Helen Jenkins. The British triathlete, who was crowned ITU World Champion for the second time in 2011, will line up alongside the world’s best triathletes when she represents Great Britain
2011 HAS BEEN A MASSIVE YEAR FOR HELEN JENKINS.For the second time she has won the ITU Triathlon World Championships and has been
Other Ironman courses may be tougher than Kona, Hawaii, but here is where it all started and here is where world champions are crowned.If watching the coverage of this year's Ironman World Championships has inspired you to try to qualify for next
Stage 1 : 33KThe first 13K of the stage was on the flat. The ground was uneven but firm and I was feeling fine. In the distance were towering sand dunes that shimmered like silk; they turned out to be the next part of the route and stunning though they were to look at, they were ...
for the average triathlete. However, 2008 saw the introduction of two new wind tunnels in the UK, in Southampton and Swindon. Triathlete's World squeezed into its tightest Lycra and decided to find out more. The wind-tunnel testing is run by Simon Smart
At just 17.5K, the final stage of the 26th Marathon des Sables was the shortest by far but still proved to be challenging. It was another hot day - although once the temperature rises above 40C it's hard to differentiate between simply hot and blisteringly boiling. In a departure...
of them.My running historyLike many runners, I didn't discover running until my late twenties when I became senior writer at Runner's World in 2004. Since then I've completed 16 marathons, from Beirut to Bhutan, Nice to New Orleans, and have run the London
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