Distance: 300m/ 21K/ 4KWhen: June 19Where: Ongar, EssexFirst man: Toby Gordon 1:00:29First woman: Elanor Cadzow 1:05:20Last finisher: 2:01:00No of finishers: 148Tri Sport Epping hosted the perfect introduction to triathlons with its Jenny Clark Try
The elites are different: they have to maintain their discipline during Christmas. Of course if someone brings along Guitar Hero or makes a batch of refreshing mojitos, all bets are off!Find out what your favourite triathletes get up to in the festive season in our slideshow.Pict...
Neil Clark "Weekend run only short as I was working.Managed to have a clear out."
, ReadingThursday 13 December: Myriam Clark, SheffieldFriday 14 December: Guy Reder, London. Monday 17 December: Penny Hamilton, North AyrshireTuesday 18 December: Colin Henney, HollywellWednesday 19 December: Lee Dixon, Buckinghamshire
are burning each day, the other side of the equation, is a little more tricky though. According to nutritionist Nancy Clark, you can make an educated guess at this figure by adding up three things: the calories you burn to simply stay alive; your daily
, courtesy of sports nutritionist Nancy Clark. One day a week, go vegetarian Forsaking meat for just one day a week will introduce you to new, healthy foods; and over time you may even develop a hankering for vegetarian fare (which tends to be high in fibre
Drink BundleRobin Nower (Beckenham)Wednesday September 7 - Timex Ironman 150-Lap WatchPenny Clark (Derbyshire)Graeme Ferguson (Glasgow)Thursday September 8 - Maxifuel Nutrition PackageSarah Fogerty (Northampton)Friday September 9 - Nuun Electrolytes
."NUTRITIONPass on the extra carbsBread, bagels, pasta, potatoes and pancakes - you just can't get enough, right? Wrong, says sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, author of Nancy Clark's Food Guide for New Runners (£12.95, Meyer & Meyer Sport). Running two or three miles
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, but get out there and tell yourself that this is a tough sport for tough people." - Richard Hobson "Wrap up warm and wear waterproofs so you don't feel the cold. Then just get out the door - it's never as bad as it looks." - Will Clarke"Do the training
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