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
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
The sprint schedule training sessions in full:Swim | Bike | RunWeek 1Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4Saturday Bike 1Sunday Run 4Week 2Monday Day offTuesday Swim 1Wednesday Bike 4Thursday Run 1Friday Swim 4Saturday Bike 1Sunday Run 4Week 3Mon...
You've decided to take the plunge and sign up for your first triathlon. Training for three disciplines might seem daunting but once you embark on one of the 10-week schedules that follow, you'll discover that the huge variety of training sessions
and bike to run. We asked some of triathlon's leading elites, coaches and mentors for their tips to ensure speedy transitions.1. Get in the habitStart learning how to save precious seconds in the weeks and months leading up to your race. By setting aside
Questions, questions, questions...One of the great things about triathlon is that there are always new things to learn, which means there are often new questions that need answers. We want you to bombard our expert panel with your triathlon queries
Next Saturday 13 October all eyes will be on Kona, Hawaii for the headline event in the triathlon endurance racing calendar: the Ironman World Championship.The raceHeld since 1978, the annual Ironman World Championship or ‘Ironman Hawaii
Mark Kleanthous is a founder member of the British Triathlon Association and member of the Great Britain triathlon team. Over the past 30 years, Mark has completed 71 marathons in under three hours and finished more than 420 triathlons, including 31
GlideCount your strokes for a length and try to decrease the number on the next length by gliding in the propulsive phase (the underwater part) of the strokeBrush thighEnsure your propelling hand pushes all the way back during the stroke to push you forward in the water.Superman ...
When you're starting out in triathlon, one of the most important bits of kit you'll buy is your wetsuit. For those lacking a little confidence in the water, making the right choice is crucial, but even if you're comfortable ploughing through chilly
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