competition at the age of three. Soon after taking up cycling seriously she became the U15 national champion and won junior and senior World Cup and World Championship medals on the track, before turning to professional road cycling. Visit rochellegilmore.com.
We don't need a heart-rate monitor to tell us that every time Garmin launches a new GPS sports watch, our pulse starts to quicken. We can't wait to get our mitts on the Forerunner 910XT, which has just launched ahead of the Ironman World
at podium finishes at the World and European Championships," he says. "Long term, I'd like a Paralympic gold medal."Goddard will have to stay on top of his game for at least another seven years to achieve that goal. Triathlon became an Olympic sport in 2000
half-marathon, with Bristol (boosted by being a World Championships venue), making a big advance. Others with significant improvement were Bath, Stroud, Robin Hood, Norwich, Jersey and Tunbridge Wells.1 BUPA Great North Run (1) 1:00:30/1:08:40The worlds
, Twell is studying Strength and Conditioning Science at St Mary’s University in Twickenham. This July, the Aldershot runner will compete at the World Junior Championships in Poland, most likely her final foray as a junior.The Survivor Keith Passingham
World Championships (25.88)October 2010 - Double leg amputee world record at the Chicago Marathon in 2:42:52March 2010 - Double amputee world record at the Reading Half Marathon in 1:14:59November 2004 - Completed first marathon (New York) in 5:18:00Race
enthusiasm, wearing a groove around the football field, racing the trams in the streets of Shau Ki Wan. In that year, aged 19, I broke five minutes for the mile at last, although I didnt beat 60 seconds for 400m. I was second at the Minor Units Championships
Winning gold at the British Masters Athletics Championships 2006Most of us can only dream of becoming a world-class athlete. For regular forumite Ceal (aka Cecilia Morrison) though, life as one of the global elite is a day-to-day reality
triathlete. He has been involved in sport since school. He began with track running but moved on to bikes and now races on the XTERRA off-road triathlon circuit in Europe. In 2008 he qualified for the XTERRA World Championships. He did his first triathlon
Helen Tucker trains this way and believes it helped her to win the World Championships in Vancouver, Canada in June. Putting in a hard effort when you're already tired will condition your body to cope with the fatigue of running hard off the bike.
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