July 2022 issue of 220

The July edition of 220 Triathlon is out now and here's what you can expect to find inside...

front cover of july issue of 220 ffeaturing a cycling with the red rock backdrop of st george, utah

The July 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…

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We join Sam Perkins on an emotional day as he takes on the Outlaw Triathlon in his mission to complete one more triathlon despite a motor neurone disease diagnosis in 2019.

From evenings out to Ironman obsessives, shouty swim coaches to underhand tactics, Martyn Brunt presents his A-Z of what a world-beating tri club should offer its members…

Tim Heming takes a look at a recent crash in Ironman 70.3 Mallorca, which throws a spotlight on triathlon insurance for overseas races and making sure you have the right level of cover.

There was a time in triathlon when the Brownlee brothers seemed invincible, and topping a World Series podium looked as easy as stripping a wetsuit. But sport and its stars evolve, and they’re now in their 30s with changing goals and aspirations, yet still confident they have what it takes to rule swim, bike and run, Tim Heming gets the latest.

Don’t miss this month’s star letter winner, young Ben Turnbull, who’s set a new triathlon world record for consecutive sprints across four countries, all in under 24hrs!

In the face of an early-onset osteoarthritis diagnosis, read how age-grouper and former 220 staffer Jack Sexty got on battling his body at the inaugural Weston Park Triathlon.

Don’t miss our new kit on test, including how we got on with the new Hoka Tecton X carbon-plated trail shoes, a swim ergometer and mid-range wetsuits.

Our resident nutritionist introduces four tasty recipes packed with vitamin D, calcium, and magnesium, designed to make you a stronger athlete.

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