The February 2022 issue of 220 Triathlon is out now and is packed full of inspiration and advice. Here’s what you can expect to find inside.
As one of the sport’s most versatile and consistent athletes, it makes really good sense to follow Lucy Charles-Barclay’s gym session advice. Luckily, she’s provided us with her absolute must-do tips in this issue.
Despite a hectic all-hours job and a young family, triathlete Paul McNamara wanted to prove that anyone could complete an Ironman. In this issue, we caught up with Paul and his “social experiment” to see how he got on.
Paralympic swimming medallist Claire Cashmore, MBE, switched to paratriathlon after the Rio Games looking for a new challenge. Here, the two-time PTS5 world champ tells us about her passion for increasing the education and representation surrounding para-sports.
Will cross training irrevocably harm your triathlon performance or should you continue training for multiple sports at once? We dissect the pros and cons of seven sports that also fill the triathlete’s calendar.
In our gear section, we take a look back at our favourite 21 pieces of gear from across 2021, plus our expert testers put eight waterproof run jackets to the test to find the best outer layer to keep you dry this winter.
Finally, our women’s training section dives into the science behind the female hormone cycle and performance, specifically looking at whether we can learn to biohack our periods to optimise triathlon training and recovery.