The August 2022 edition of 220 Triathlon is out now and is packed full of inspiring stories and useful advice. Here’s what you can expect to find inside…
We explore new research on the benefits of Montmorency cherries and whether they can really help with triathlon recovery.
Follow the story of Jane Holmes, who continued running throughout her lung cancer diagnosis and is now, with the illness in an unlikely remission, targeting her biggest challenge yet.
Columist Tim Heming delves deep into the art of pacing and just how Kat Matthews managed her thrilling comeback victory in the recent Pho3nix Sub8 Project.
Next, meet New Zealand’s Kyle Smith, he’s one of the most exciting talents in long-course triathlon, recently leading the 2021 Ironman World Championship until 5km on the run.
Alistair and Jonny Brownlee have been the poster boys of short-course triathlon for the last decade. But with Alistair’s move into the long-course arena and the pair currently beset with injury woes, we find out what’s next for the sport’s star siblings.
Ever wondered what it takes to train for paratriathlon? And how the training differs depending on the athlete’s disability? This issue we joined pro paratriathletes and couple IRL, Claire Cashmore and Dave Ellis for a behind-the-scenes look at an average day’s training.
In a world of six grand bikes, six-packs and 16 hours of training per week, we know triathlon has a hardcore rep. And yet it doesn’t have to dominate your life, wallet and weekends. That’s why this issue we came up with the ultimate slacker’s guide for the time-crunched triathlete.
Our grouptests take a deep dive into the market’s best triathlon wetsuits for a range of budgets. So why not take a look at our expert reviews to help you pick your next triathlon wetsuit.
Browse our four delicious recipes designed for the time poor-triathlete… so, all of us, right?! Each meal takes less than 20mins to make and is packed full of goodness to sustain you through every session.