) and I'm starting to be seduced by the idea of a triathlon. I can swim 1500m in an hour and do the London-Brighton ride each year, so have a bit of experience in the three disciplines. But I need to know on the bike/swim side what kit I would need, how
to drying out, which can be uncomfortable for cycling and running." Whatever your triathlon vision, kit yourself out with the right eyewear both in and out of the water and you'll maximise your performance at the same time as maintaining your eye health.
an ice pack that will conform to any body part, mix equal parts rubbing alcohol and water in a ziplock bag; store the bag in the freezer. It will become very cold but remain squishy." Lee Dixon"Be-prepared-for-anything ride-kit contents: ibuprofen, a £10
to picking the perfect triathlon that suits your level of experience:Small races - forA pool swim is a great first step to build confidence before the open water.A relaxed atmosphere will help as you start to iron out kit and transition area organisation. All
We teamed up with Wiggle last week to give away some top-notch triathlon kit to help you train and race at your best this summer.Look at the list below to find out if you’ve won any of the three prizes up for grabs.We've passed all the winners
When the season is over, take a good look at the gear that has served you so well and decide what needs to be revamped, revived or recycled. Staff at The Tri Store in Eastbourne (thetristore.com) offer these tips.
and Colin Dixon were honoured fordelivering golden seasons in their GE Great Britain Age Group Team kit and were recognised as British Triathlon Age Group Triathletes of the Year at the Annual Awards.Roxburgh, who competed in the 35 to 39 age-group successfully
faster for no extra effort. And many small gains can be made from improving your technique and training."Triathlon kit has evolved, too; the hi-tech fabrics and materials in your trisuit, and on your bike and running shoes, have been developed to maximise
Novice triathletes soon realise that the best way to save time in transition is to limit kit changes. You need kit you can wear under your wetsuit for the swim, that offers protection and support for the bike leg and doesn’t encumber you on the run
Novice triathletes soon realise that the best way to save time in transition is to limit kit changes.You need kit you can wear under your wetsuit for the swim, that offers protection and support for the bike leg and doesn't encumber you on the run
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