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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

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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 ... 

Gear Pick: AquaSphere Seal 2.0 goggles

By TW on in Triathlon Gear

AquaSphere have made some improvements to their already loved Seal goggles and this month have launched the new and improved Seal 2.0. The first thing you notice when you put these on is the almost instant seal on your face. The super-secure seal is one of the main enhancements for the ... 

Gear Pick: Kinomap Trainer

By on in Triathlon Gear

Training indoors during the winter months can be tough on motivation at the best of times, so what if you could ride, run or even row to a synced video - or even better - in a local spot that you know?The new Kinomap Trainer app does exactly this, ...  ... 

January 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 Apres Recovery drinks competition were: Jennifer Guertin Celia Przyrembel Tracey Belcher Luke Bowes David Hughes Craig Renshaw Michael Larkin Matthew Timms Jack Homan Jacob Thorne Esyllt Sears The winners of tickets to The London Bike Show competition were: Dawn Thompson John Kelly Mark Richards The winners of tickets to The Manchester Bike and Triathlon Show competition were: Tom Howard Stuart Preston Steve ...  Continue reading ... 

Manchester Bike and Triathlon Show

By Annie Rice on in News
Look out for Manchester's first ever Bike and Triathlon Show in February

Manchester's first ever Bike and Triathlon Show will be making its debut at Manchester Central between 16 -17 February. Confirmed exhibitors include: Trek, Cervelo, Ibis, BH Bikes, Velocite, Forme, USN, Clif Bar, High Five, Royles, Skechers and Zoggs, with more brands being added daily. For a full and updated list visit ... 

Gear Pick: Under Armour Cold Gear Compression Mock Top

By Lucy Trevallion on in Triathlon Gear

Under Armour Cold Gear Compression Mock Top Price: £40 As soon as you put the Compression Mock top on it perfectly shapes to the contours of your body, keeping a tight (but not uncomfortably tight) fit, even after a few washes. The fabric is smooth and soft, with a brushback knit ...  ... 

Virgin Active London Triathlon opens ballot

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Ballot entry opened today (Monday 7 January) for the Virgin Active London Triathlon 2013, this year being held 27 - 28 July at London Docklands. Billed as the world’s largest triathlon, distances range from Super Sprint (400m swim, 10k bike, 2.5K run), Olympic Plus (1,500m swim, 80K bike, 10K run) and ... 

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 ... 

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