The May 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…
Joe Skipper speaks to us about his plans for 2022, how he thinks the Sub7 attempt will go and why he hates Ironman UK.
As the cost of living soars, Tim Heming takes a look at whether or not it’s possible to race triathlon without compromising either your bank balance or your experience.
With the season fast approaching, we take a look at how you can get out of different performance ruts and push onto the next level.
Mistakes happen. Things go wrong. Even for those at the top of the sport. In this issue, we speak to some of the world’s best pro triathletes about their (often) amusing mishaps and find out what they learned from them.
Looking to gain some extra speed from the kit you’re racing in? This issue we have three group tests tailored toward those looking to save time on race day, including Ironman tri-suits, aero bike helmets and clip-on aerobars.
The desire to have multiple bikes for many different purposes is a strong one, but is it possible to use one bike for all of your triathlon needs? Yes, says Warren Rossiter, who tests two worth considering.
If you’re serious about making every bike session count, a power meter’s a must-have. We explain how to get the most out of yours.
Plus, our resident nutritionist steps forward with four budget-friendly recipes that save on cash without compromising on the taste, health and portion size.