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SCOTT Sports announce new TT & triahtlon bike - plasma5

By Ben Hobson on in Triathlon Gear
Designed "to be faster with the rider than without", is the new plasma5 that fast?

Seen decked out in a very fetching camo paint job at the IM European Championship, Sebastian Kienle's bike got almost as much attention as the speeding German and now SCOTT have announced it's a brand new bike for the TT and triathlon market. Named the plasma5, SCOTT have based the their ... 

British Triathlon announce partnership with Whole Earth Foods

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Peanut butter brand Whole Earth Foods to fuel British Triathletes.

British Triathlon have signed a three year deal that will see Whole Earth support British triathletes in their quest to be fuelled to achieve their personal triathlon challenge Known for its high fibre and protein content and fuelling properties, peanut butter has often been used by athletes as a source of energy and ... 

2014 PruHealth World Triathlon - video highlights

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Highlights from the 2014 PruHealth World Triathlon in London

Some video highlights from the men's and women's 2014 PruHealth World Triathlon in London. Gwen Jorgensen was unstoppable in the women's event as she took her fifth career World Triathlon Series win, whilst in the men's event it was the Spaniard Mario Mola who took the top spot with his ... 

London gears up for the PruHealth World Triathlon

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The 31st of May sees the world's elite triathletes return to London for the PruHealth World Triathlon

London is getting ready to welcome some of the world’s best triathletes, including GB's Brownlee brothers and Helen Jenkins, at the PruHealth World Triathlon London on 31 May. The provisional start list for the race includes Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee taking on the current world number one and ITU World Champion, ... 

Ironman 70.3 Berlin cancelled

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July race cancelled following failure to find a bike course in the city

Ironman 70.3 Berlin, which was due to take place on 13 July, has been cancelled.The Ironman Europe, Middle East & Africa team issued a statement confirming the cancellation of the race after organisers said 'the city of Berlin refused' all of its bike course options. Ironman Europe said ...  Continue ... 

Cycling: Athlete Lab - Review

By Ben Hobson on in Triathlon
A cycling specific training facility has opened in London...

Tucked down some steps just off Cannon Street in the City of London, there is a brand new cycling training experience that caters for those looking for a more precise way of making every bike session count. Started by keen amateur triathletes Neil Franks and Michael Flynn, Athlete Lab opened ... 

Extra 100 places for sold out Ironman Wales

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At 09:00 GMT Wednesday 30 April 100 additional entries for Ironman Wales will go on sale in what had been a sold-out event. The new places come as a result of proposals to relocate the Athlete Village being approved, which will allow a further 100 athletes to compete. Ironman Wales starts ... 

2014 Discovery World Triathlon Cape Town highlights

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Some video highlights from the ITU triathlon in South Africa

Javier Gomez took his second consecutive ITU World Triathlon Series win in 2014 with victory over Jonathan Brownlee in Cape Town, South Africa. Great Britain's Jodie Stimpson asserted her status as the female triathlete in form, collecting her second consecutive World Triathlon Series win as the series made its debut in ... 

Step into multisports

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Want to dip your toes into multisport racing this summer? Here's our pick of six of the best beginner-friendly triathlons and duathlons.

Triathlons With more triathlon events than ever before, it's a great time to be beginner to triathlon. Here's our pick of three of the best beginner-friendly tris, and you can see more triathlons in our race listings. 1. Bath Triathlon & Multisport Weekend Super Sprint TriathlonDate: Sunday 21 SeptemberSwim: ...  Continue reading ... 

Review - Honey Stinger waffles and chews

By Ben Hobson on in Triathlon
A great substitute for gels and bars on those longer training rides

Honey Stinger, a US brand best known for their honey waffles, are now distributed in the UK by 2pure and their waffles and energy chews are great alternatives to stick in the bike jersey on training rides and race day. They make gels too and they're great on short ...  ... 

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