Incorporating drills into your swim sessions is key to correcting all manner of ‘mistakes’ made in the freestyle stroke. Here are our top three common technique problems and their solutions…
Thinking of taking on the Red Bull Neptune Steps race? We spent a day with Ross Edgley, fresh from the Great British Swim, to find out how to beat this monster event…
Want to get the edge on Ironman race day? Here's how to train smart in open water, says the six-time champion Dave Scott
Wondering what the kick beat means in front crawl? John Wood explains
Struggle with bilateral breathing in front crawl and get very little time to practise? Here are some tips from John Wood
Hit a plateau with your swim? Want to find those marginal gains and progress in the water? Look no further for the ultimate guide
to swimming faster!
Heard a lot about hypoxic swim sessions, both good and bad, and wondering whether they are worth including in your training? BTF level 3 coach Matt Sanderson from Triathlon Coaching UK explains all
A decent triathlon wetsuit is a serious investment and one you don't want to have repeat too often. Oliver Willis explains how long you can expect it to last
Get ready for your open water swim sessions by investing in a swimming robe. Lined with a toasty fleece inner layer, and a waterproof outer, these swimming robes will keep you lovely and warm until you can get inside and changed. Here are 3 of the best
A wetsuit should make everyone faster in the water, whether you’re new to swimming or Michael Phelps, says John Wood. Here he explains why
Wondering how a tri wetsuit differs to a surf wetsuit, and whether you can race a triathlon with a wetsuit made for surfing? Janine Doggett explains all...
Former national level swimmer Oliver Willis explains the differences between finger and handle paddles and the advantages of each
A good pair of pool goggles are an essential part of a triathlete's kit. We review 10 of the best pool goggles
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