Weymouth 70.3 was a bonus race for me and one that i wanted to race as it was my local race living 30mins away. I qualified for the World Championships there last year and i was hoping to do that again this year although i was not sure exactly how it would go being a
In my usual style lets start this race report by setting out what my race plan and targets were for Chattanooga and then seeing how well i executed on them. With this being my first world championship race i didn’t really know what to expect apart from lots of ultrafast people…. I flew out a week early
So i think like allways that it would be good to start this race report by setting out what my race plan and targets were for Edinburgh and then seeing how well i executed them. I didn’t get the chance to visit Edinburgh prior to the race to sample the course and is it was
So on recommendation from a fellow training partner i decided to try out the latest “Fastest” aero helmet that is being talked about. After a good search on the internet i managed to find it for just under £350 which is a lot of a helmet, but if the claims are true then this i
I bought the On Running CloudFlash as a new racing shoe for Mallorca 70.3 as id trained in my old racing shoes too much and they were in need of replacement. My first impression of them were that they were a beautifully crafted shoe and i really didn’t want to spoil them by wearing them!
I bought the AEGIS II 3:5 after i had a poor swim at Dubai 70.3. (29:30 ish) My Archimedes II 3:5 had been stuck in France so i rush purchased (as the 3:5 was out of stock) a Archimedes II 4:4 and i really didn’t get on with it. It lifted me up at the
I’m currently using two wetsuits from HUUB, the Archimedes II 3:5 and the HUUB AEGIS II 3:5 Sleeveless wetsuit. ( actually have a 4:4 as well but its getting sold as i dont get on with it) I find that i swim much better with the AEGIS as it is less restrictive around the shoulders.
Joe is a specialist in treating a variety of sports injuries and overseeing rehabilitation programmes. He has ten years’ experience of treating elite athletes and Olympians and, in 2007/08, spent 18 months running the Sports Therapy Centre at the Calema Hotel Sports Resort in Portugal. Contact Details: Joeparks@hotmail.co.uk
Will is head coach at 9Endurance Coaching and is also an active athlete. He has raced at the World Championships, achieved a sub 2 hours and come in the top 5 in his age group at the European Championships at Olympic distance, won his age group at middle distance and has achieved a 9:20 at Challenge
Husband and father to two sporty girls i live in the beautiful Dorset town of Broadstone on the south coast. Having served my early years in the Royal Marine Commandos i now manage a technology based company specialising in connectivity. My first toe into triathlon was in 2014 when i decided after less than 6 months