April 2022 Issue of 220

The April issue of 220 Triathlon is out now. Here's what you can expect to find inside...

April 2022 issue of 220 out now

The April 2022 issue of 220 Triathlon is out now and is packed full of inspiration and advice. Here’s what you’ll find inside.

Advertisement MPU article

We take a look into how much pro triathletes earn, with pro athlete Ruth Astle offering a revealing insight into her new triathlon career.

She’s the reigning Olympic, Commonwealth, world and Xterra champion. Check out our behind-the-scenes chat with golden girl and Bermudan legend, Flora Duffy.

As more countries open up following two years of disrupted travel, it’s time to revisit that racing bucket list and start planning your dream event calendar. We’ve come up with our top 16 most beautiful races, from the crystal waters of Xterra Tahiti, to the views across the Annapurna range in the Himalayan Xtri.

Fingers crossed the 2022 race season will be back to pre-pandemic levels of normality. So with that in mind, we look at the psychological strategies that’ll turn your goal-setting into goal-getting.

Find out whether one man can make history and become the first person to ever swim, bike and run their way around the globe. From Munich to Munich via the world, read all about Jonas Deichmann’s incredible tri story.

They’re central to every serious triathlete’s fuelling strategy but, as we discover, not all energy bars are made equal. We test 11 of the best bars out there to help you avoid that long-ride bonk.

Do you really have to spend five-figure sums to truly get the best performing bikes for your lofty age-group goals? Warren Rossiter investigates.

The off-season’s the perfect time to add gym and bodyweight work to your schedule. We share our strength training masterclass to help you achieve big multisport gains.

Advertisement MPU article

To subscribe to 220 Triathlon’s print and/or digital issues, click here.