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Triathlete saves his Lucky reward

By Annie Rice on in News

British Triathlete Chris Bartlett was presented with an unusual prize upon winning ‘I Carrera Ciclista del Cochinillo’ in southern Spain: a live piglet. We’ve heard of unusual prizes, but this pre-Christmas award tips the wacky scales. The Ipswich-based athlete wasn’t aware of the prize when he entered the race, so was ... 

Gear Pick: BioEars and ClearEars

By Annie Rice on in Triathlon Gear

BioEars and ClearEars Annie says: Waterlogged ears are a common but frustrating hazard facing triathletes. They can be enough to distract focus and frankly drive you a bit crazy. Cirrus Healthcare have launched two new products to help with such ear-related issues. BioEars are the world’s first anti-microbial ear plugs, meaning they ... 

Sign up to Ride London 100

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Hot on the heels of cycling's amazing success at the London 2012 Games and Bradley Wiggins' stellar achievement at the Tour de France, the London Marathon team is playing a part at London's brand-new cycling challenge - RideLondon 100. Starting at The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, riders will cycle the roads ... 

2013 Virgin Money Cyclone Challenge now open

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Entries for one of the country’s biggest mass cycle rides, the 2013 Virgin Money Cyclone Challenge, are now open. The event, part of the Virgin Money Cyclone cycling festival, will take place on the scenic roads around Newcastle and Northumberland on Saturday June 29 2013. Each year the event attracts up ... 

Have your say on triathlon in the UK

By Lucy Trevallion on in News

The Triathlon Industry Association (TIA) launched the most comprehensive research study ever undertaken of the British triathlon community this week, with the aim to develop understanding of the sport in the UK and support its growth and development post 2012. Over the next four-months, the project will seek to collect over ... 

November Competition Winners

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Find out whether you’ve nabbed any of the great prizes up for grabs from triathletesworld.co.uk last month

The winners of our Sports Injuries: A Self-Help Guide competition were: Dawn Granger, Kent Martin Newstead, Norfolk Peter Clist, Devon Loraine Day, Hertfordshire Ann Scally, Kent Congratulations! Continue reading

Great Swim 2013 now open for entries

By Lucy Trevallion on in Events

Europe’s biggest open water swim series opened for entries today. Great Swim has opened three of its 2013 events for entry: the flagship Great North Swim, which will take place over three days from the June 14 - 16 as well as the Great East Swim in Alton Water Reservoir, Suffolk on June ...  ... 

Gear Pick: SOLE Performance Socks

By Annie Rice on in Triathlon Gear

SOLE Lightweight Sport Socks, £9.50 Annie says: SOLE Lightweight Sport Socks are designed to provide ultimate comfort whilst boosting your performance. They are fitted with an arch band system to keep socks firmly in place and add an extra dimension of support. Ultra lightweight and breathable they have all the features you’d ... 

Join our webchat with endurance training coach Gordon Crawford

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A date for your diary: Head to our forum next Friday (October 26) at 1pm for a live webchat with K-Swiss Ironman and Endurance Running Coach Gordon Crawford. A former Scottish international athlete, Gordon Crawford is an Ironman coach with a whole host of elite triathlon champions under his wing. Whether you’re ... 

Gear Pick: Canterbury Women's Compression Gear

By Julia Sobik on in Triathlon Gear

Womens Mercury TCR compression legging - £55.99Womens Mercury TCR compression top - £55.99 The latest offering from Canterbury is the Mercury TCR compression top and leggings. Both offer constant levels of compression helping with stability and a reduced number of seams which enable enhanced levels of compression - and of course ... 

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