Blogs by triathletes, for triathletes
Pro athlete Susie Hignett has been racing for just two years but has already beaten stacked fields at 70.3 races in France and Norway, and now has Mont Tremblant in her sights
Aussie age-grouper Tim Ballintine decides to take on the Ironman World Championship double in 2014 – Mont Tremblant and Kona
220 columnist Martyn Brunt finds a common theme to many of the athletes he meets at Ironman Lanzarote – nuttiness
Australian tri newbie Luke Tyburski targets the Double Brutal Extreme Triathlon this autumn, which he says is “a good place to start”. Just as well he likes a challenge...
British age-grouper Paul Brown describes winning his category in the 2014 European Sprint Triathlon Championships in Kitzbühel, Austria last month
In a bid to improve his race performances, age-grouper David ‘Big Man’ Pawsey tries the Advanced Triathlon Package – and learns lots from his day as a lab rat...
220 finds the pace soon cranks up at a Macca-led training camp in Newport Pagnell, days before the Jenson Button Trust Triathlon
Age-grouper Sam Anderson reports from last weekend’s race after winning a 220 competition for a free place – and making it through heat one into the final race
Age-grouper Max Curle recounts racing in the Ironman European Champs in his wife’s hometown of Frankfurt – just a few days after the birth of his son Jona
Ever wondered what it’s like to be a race marshal? We take a look…