's event, and remember to check back to see if the TW Relay Team met with triumph or disaster on Monday.
some experienced tri-hards before donning that wet suit.Plus, as part of the TW web team, it's high-time I got invloved in triathlon. But unfortunately for Dom and Alice, I am extremely competitive. So there'll be no half-hearted, 'get
Not an awful lot to report on the swimming front - I'm putting in the lengths, trying to count them without losing track (which seems to be much more difficult than it should) and trying to make those constant little improvements to my efficiency in the water.I swim in two pools ...
in August (750m at the Hyde Park Triathlon Relay with the rest of Team TW, then 1500m at the Marlow Swim)- Two 10Ks in July- An autumn half-marathon (I am dithering between Bristol, Cardiff and Birmingham - advice appreciated!)- The epic Cyprus International
On the day that top British triathlete Helen Jenkins secured her London 2012 qualification slot with an inspiring win in the Dextro Energy Triathlon London, another team got ready to take on the Hyde Park course: The TW Relay Team.As the watch hands
poor man's John Wayne.Scroll forward to late spring 2011, when Team TW decided to take on the Hyde Park Triathlon. After working on the Triathlete's World website for a year, I knew that I could no longer blame cycling itself for my irrational hatred
The ITU Dextro Energy Hyde Park Triathlon crept up on me. No sooner had I started training than I found myself in the grand stand at Hyde Park watching Helen Jenkins romp home to victory, a few hours before the relay teams would set off.This was my
it somewhere in the region of 21 minutes. It actually was slightly over, but I allowed for stopping in traffic and dodging umbrellas. So that's a full minute off my target time, with a little under 4 weeks of training time to go until the Hyde Park Triathlon
and camaraderie that go into Team Sky has made me more determined than ever that the TW Relay Team shall be a success. And I've got no excuse not to nail my nutrition strategy now I've got my hard-earned sweat test results.
it to nature's cruel elements, I knew I had to take it outside. We're ideally placed at TW Towers to train on the race route itself. With Hyde Park less than a mile away, I've got no excuse not to be ripping up the Royal Park's paths in my lunch hour
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