Pose your questions to Speedo's experts

Introducing a series of live forum Q+As taking place in May and June


Posted: 17 June 2011

However long you've been swimming, and whether you're a nervous newbie or Ironman veteran, chances are you'll have questions. How can you improve your technique? What's the recipe for open water racing success? How can you trim down your times?

Well, now you can pose your questions straight to the experts as we welcome Speedo's team of swimming and triathlon experts into the triathletesworld.co.uk forums for a series of themed Q+As over the weeks ahead.

Speedo works with GB swimmers, triathletes and their expert support teams. Some of Speedo's most prestigious swimming and triathlon experts, from Olympic gold medallists to the coaches behind their success, will be on hand to answer your questions on selected Fridays throughout May, June and July.

How will it work?

At 10am on the dates below, we'll set up a forum thread where you can pose your questions. The expert will then join us at 1pm and answer as many questions as possible before the debate closes at 2pm.

MEET THE EXPERTS

Overtraining: How much training is too much? (May 13)

Hollie Avil, GB triathlete

Conquer the Open Water: How to Improve Your Time (May 20)

Sean Kelly, Open water coach

Best Laid Plans: Looking Ahead to the 2012 Olympics (May 27)

Rebecca Adlington, GB swimmer

Training Aids: How They Can Improve Your Performance (June 3)

Dan Bullock, Swimming Coach

Sports Psychology: How Important is it? (June 10)

Ben Titley, GB Swimming coach

Balancing Act: How to Juggle Swim, Bike and Run Training (June 17)

Steve Trew, Triathlon coach

Solid Gold: Training Tips from Rebecca Adlington's Coach (June 24)

Bill Furniss, GB Swimming coach

Race Day: How to Prepare for Big Events (July 1)

Helen Jenkins, GB triathlete


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Just bumping this as there's some good information for new folk in the Q&A sessions
Posted: 18/02/2012 at 15:02

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