Raced London Tri this weekend. I tried something different (not sure why in reflection) and it didn’t really worked out but I enjoyed the weekend at my favourite race of the year. I had a great swim which is nice, I got round without getting beaten up and I had plenty of gas to play [...]
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I’m running with Adam Bowden today, 29min boy for 10k! Todays weapons of choice are as follows!
Granted, this race has been around for ages. Most people know about it, but I am really keen to do this this year! I wonder if I can get round without getting injured or ill!? I’m going to get on the phone to coach!
Not long until the next leg of the Dextro World Championship Series, and below is a link to my mini film created by the BBC: How to win the Hyde Park Triathlon
The swims are getting faster, we knew that anyway…that was before these two rocked onto the scene! Can they really change things? This is Marco Rivera. He raced us in the FGP in Dunkerque and a few other races where he was 30 secs off the front of 2nd place. Guess what, I was watching [...]
I stumbled across a small article from Bevan Docherty just now. It’s an interesting situation that myself and a lot of other athletes are finding ourselves in. The races just keep following the same trend at the moment. Fast swimmers get a gap in the swim, motivated they give their all on the bike and [...]