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We review and rank the latest tri-specific triathlon gear. Swim, bike or run – wetsuit, helmet or running shoes our team of expert reviewers will give you all the information you need to buy the best triathlon equipment with confidence
Our team of reviewers are triathletes themselves – they train and compete and so use the kit themselves. We also have nutrition and training guides
The triathlon is a sport that has a long and interesting history. The triathlon as we know it today (swim, cycle, run) was first devised in 1974, but its origins go back even further. Between 1901 and 1934 there were several variations of the triathlon, with some interesting twists. The first triathlon involved a canoe!…
Ah, the mind game of pre-race nutrition. This is not your average pre-triathlon race nutrition article. Let’s get real simple! Nutrition for peak human performance can always rattle the brain. We all want to be our best but sometimes that desire gets a little out of hand and thinking too much about this can get…
So, you’ve decided to train for a triathlon. Good for you! Completing your first triathlon is a major fitness accomplishment and is something to be very proud of. The good news is that, with a sensible training program and the right basic equipment, even a relatively unfit novice should be able to complete a sprint…
2019 Men1- Vincent Luis (FRA)2- Mario Mola (ESP)3- Javier Gómez (ESP)2019 Women1- Katie Zaferes (USA)2- Jessica Learmonth (GBR)3- Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR) *ITU World Triathlon Series
Modern Triathlon has existed since 1974. It is an endurance sport consisting of 3 disciplines; swimming, cycling and running (or swim bike run).
Triathlon became an olympic sport in summer of 2000 in Sydney and has been part of the olympic games ever since. Triathlon and Triathletes are governed by the International Triathlon Union (ITU).
The transitioning from swimming to cycling is called T1. The Transition from cycling to running is called T2 – these transition periods have almost become as important as the 3 disciplines themselves. The transition areas are where the triathletes keep their gear (such a bike, helmet etc..).