for a new sprint triathlon with an open water swim at the start of the season in the north west ideally but am prepared to travel, any suggestions would be appreciated !!!! the triathlon england has a good search facility http
, the main event is taking place in Plymouth over the weekend of the 08th and 09th September. The two day programme includes a one mile Open Water Swim, one mile Kayak, one mils Stand Up Paddle and the AquaTriathlon - all three disciplines combined in one
Developing the right pace for the open water is one of the most important lessons a novice triathlete must learn - and misjudging pace is one of the most common mistakes in the sport. When you're running you can use a heart-rate monitor and mile
Most runners who are considering their first triathlon can cope with the cycling aspect of the event. It's the swimming that scares the life out of them. But it shouldn't, as long as they know the basics. "Gifted swimmers simply have a better
Better 5k, Duathlon and TriathlonMore: http://the5krunner.comGoals: >82% Age Graded 5k and an open water Triathlon.
I started trining in March for Great British London Swim. I really enjoyed training hard, and love open water swimming. I would now like to start training for Triathlon.
races in open water when it is warmer. does anyone have any list of events in london ? ty
Dartford & White Oak Triathlon club are pleased to announce the first ever Dartford Bridge Triathlon. This will be the first ever open water Sprint and Olympic distance Triathlon in North West Kent. The race will take place on Sunday 27th June
Did 3 local sprint triathlons and half marathons in each of 2003 to 2005, and the NY Marathon in 2005. Training drifted off after that, but got back into a training regime in Nov 2010 and completed my first open water tri in May 2011.
I signed on for the Mazda Supersprint London Triathlon in August this year. It will be my first. I am 47 years old but unfortunately put my back out yesterday. This is going to affect my open water training which I had really been looking forward
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