Triathlon

THE NEW FACE OF TRIATHLON WEARS A WATERMELON SPEEDO – Justin Lippert

In 2016, Justin Lippert bought a bike off Craigslist and competed in his first triathlon. Three years later, he’s won five national championships, mostly wearing nothing but a smile and a pink watermelon Speedo.  On the

THE NEW FACE OF TRIATHLON WEARS A WATERMELON SPEEDO – Justin Lippert2019-11-04T06:23:39+00:00

Training 350 days a year for 35 hours a week: triathlete Alistair Brownlee on what it takes to be the best

By Alistair Brownlee & Eilidh Hargreaves A head of the World Ironman Championship in Kona, Hawaii, double Olympic gold triathlete Alistair Brownlee explains how sport can change children's lives The below photo is of my brother

Training 350 days a year for 35 hours a week: triathlete Alistair Brownlee on what it takes to be the best2019-09-27T08:29:51+01:00

Dare to Tri: My Journey from the BBC Breakfast Sofa to GB Team Triathlete

  Dare to Tri is the amazing story of TV presenter Louise Minchin's journey from the BBC Breakfastsofa to representing Great Britain at the World Triathlon Championships. This is a warmly written and wonderfully honest adventure-through-sport that will both

Dare to Tri: My Journey from the BBC Breakfast Sofa to GB Team Triathlete2019-05-02T08:14:24+01:00

How much triathlon training should children do?

Source: 220 Triathlon Chris Maxwell, head coach to the Chippenham Tristars, provides some useful guidelines on how much triathlon training children should do, taking into consideration their growing body, school work and other sporting interests.  

How much triathlon training should children do?2019-04-07T04:56:17+01:00

Stratford juniors start defence of triathlon series crown

Source: Stratford Herald By  Craig Gibbons - 26th March 2019 THE triathlon season is well under way and Stratford TC’s junior athletes have competed in the first two races of the campaign as defending champions in the

Stratford juniors start defence of triathlon series crown2019-04-01T21:09:56+01:00

Learn to embrace failure The best athletes in the world bounce back quickly after disappointing races because they have a different perspective on success and failure.

Source: Triathlon Magazine Canada — by Melanie McQuaid   Flats happen. Don’t let the bad luck affect your attitude moving forward. Athletes looking to be their very best are pushing their limits, aiming for the edge

Learn to embrace failure The best athletes in the world bounce back quickly after disappointing races because they have a different perspective on success and failure.2019-02-24T16:49:31+00:00