January 2022 issue of 220

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

January 2022 issue fo 220Triathlon

The January 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.

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The new year is upon us and with that means a new 2022 calendar comes packaged with your January issue. Inside, you’ll find motivational quotes from some of the sport’s greats, along with stunning race shots that won’t fail to inspire and plenty of space for you to scribble in your training plan and monthly goals.

Read all about Nigel Shaddick in our Why I Tri section, the Inverness-based triathlete who was diagnosed with cancer in 2016 and given just 12 months to live. Five years on, he’s in remission and has just completed the gruelling Starman Night Triathlon.

Get inspired by Swiss legend Nicola Spirig, who lined up for her fifth Olympic Games this summer. We talk through her Tokyo race, training around three kids and what’s next for the Olympian and European champion.

Go behind the scenes of 23-year-old Alex Yee’s golden year in 2021, from his first World Triathlon race win to a double medal haul at the Tokyo Olympics.

Is ice swimming an activity only for the hardy fringes of our sport, or something we should all include in our training cycles? In an extract from his new book, Blueprint, we join Great British Swim record holder Ross Edgley and World’s Strongest Man Eddie Hall as they take a dip…

Triathlons are competitive by their very nature, but when you add in a rivalry that spans decades, things go to a whole new level. Find out who’s got the most triathlon prowess in the Army vs RAF vs Navy triathlon.

Finally, why not have a browse of our favourite trail running shoes, thermal bike jackets and bike lights to get you through your winter training.

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