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ITU Yokohama 2013 - Elite Highlights

By Annie Rice on in Triathlon

Check out the highlights from the World Triathlon Yokohama. Jonathan Brownlee didn’t think he would be racing at all this season, but the reigning ITU World Champion came back with a bang in Japan on Saturday, leading from start to finish in a perfect all-round performance at ITU World Triathlon ... 

Ironman 70.3 World Championship will rotate globally in 2014

By on in News

Ironman have announced a new structure to the 2014 World Champs in a statement posted on their site. "Beginning in 2014, the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships will take place at rotating locations across the globe, the World Triathlon Corporation announced today. “Having the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship change locations from year to ... 

Pinarello launch the Bolide

By Ben Hobson on in News

The 2012 Tour de France was won by Bradley Wiggins, in no small part due to his performances in the time trial stages, aboard the Pinarello Graal. Since its debut in the prologue of the 2010 Giro d’Italia, the Graal was ridden to the top step of the podium, reaffirming ... 

Vanessa Raw joins team Speedo

By Ben Hobson on in News

Speedo has announced today that British triathlete Vanessa Raw will become their latest Speedo Ambassador. Raw, who is a member of the Elite GB Triathlon Team, has had a series of successes including podium places at the 2012 ITU Triathlon Premium Pan American Cup Series,  along with a top 20 finish ... 

ITU San Diego 2013 - Elite Highlights

By Ben Hobson on in Triathlon

Some video highlights from the ITU Omegawave World Triathlon that took place in San Diego at the weekend, which saw Alistair Brownlee dominate the men's field in emphatic style whilst Gwen Jorgensen ran her way into the history books becoming the first U.S woman to win an ITU World Triathlon ... 

Gear Pick: Ogio bag

By TW on in Triathlon Gear

You swim, you run, you cycle and you workout at the gym: rather than packing multiple bags, why not just pack one? That’s the idea behind Ogio’s all in one range, ideal for triathletes. Originally a producer of high quality and innovative golfing apparel, Ogio has stepped into the sports apparel ... 

Gear Pick: Finis SwimSense watch

By TW on in Triathlon Gear

Finis SwimSense is a swimming watch that counts laps, monitors stroke rate and stroke count, calculates SWOLF efficiency and includes the ability to upload to a personal online training plan. Using the same technology used in Smart phones to detect movement, it senses when you get to the end of your ... 

Triathletes in numbers

By Annie Rice on in Triathlon

Ever wondered what the average triathlete looks like on paper? A recent survey released by The Triathlon Industry Association has revealed some intriguing facts and figures including a correlation between the time spent dedicated to the sport and salary - those who spent the most time training were also the ... 

Gear Pick: Mizuno Wave Rider 16

By on in Triathlon Gear

Mizuno have just released the latest edition to the Wave Rider running shoe, the Mizuno Wave Rider 16. The updated shoe has maintained the level of cushioning of previous versions and introduced a new ‘Smooth Ride’ material a shock-absorbing cushioning compound found in the midsole’s rearfoot, which the brand says ... 

Cycling to work on the up

By on in News

The number of people who cycle to work has risen by 17% in the last decade, according to the latest census. Figures from the census revealed 760,000 people in England and Wales have switched to two-wheeled motor-free transportation, up from 650,000 in 2001. Halfords say the newest figures reflect the efforts ... 

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