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In my last Blog I spoke about engaging a coach for the first time. And as somebody who grew up as an only child and is very much used to working solo I did wonder whether this would feel like I was handing over control and might be at leas...
Apr 11th 2017 by TriHardAlan GBR
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The Colliers TryAthlon entry list is now full. We have already filled both the Relay and Individual entry allocations. Anyone still wishing to enter either individually or as a relay should contact lucy.renshaw@colliers.com to be added to ...
Apr 5th 2017 by K2Sports GBR
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so go to get back in the groove, 9 months to get fitter/train/lose a few lbs...
Sep 28th 2016 by trilifedb GBR Premium
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I start this blog at the end of the journey. At 11.30 pm on Friday 15th July I sat in the cold on a picnic blanket leaning against the car in soiled cycle kit with a huge smile on my face waiting for the AA to come and break into my car. ...
Aug 29th 2016 by Ironjedi GBR
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Just because I prefer to spend my day at home lounging, it doesn’t mean that I don’t open myself up to the possibility of injury. As kids, my sporty younger sister would come in sweaty and dirty but pretty much unscathed at the e...
Jun 24th 2016 by Apple GBR
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Back to where it started! With a couple of cancellations on duathlon races I'd signed up for this year I didn't want to go pre-season without some race experience so have thrown in a couple of sprint triathlons to keep me going. Newmarket ...
May 15th 2016 by leighschvartz GBR
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New Year is also a great time to reflect over the last 12 months, acknowledging the good and bad and being thankful for what has gone well. My 12 months has been frustrating and difficult, but I am truly thankful to all those that have sup...
Jan 1st 2016 by Maria GBR Premium
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La parolabirra è piùchesufficiente per invocare un desiderio di gustareunafreddabirrafresca per rinfrescare la mente e l'anima. Dopotutto, checosapuòesseremeglio di unabirraghiacciata in un pomeriggio di sole o unaseratarilassarsi ...
Dec 30th 2015 by alessiobraccio GBR
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Each Friday there is a spinning class for 45 minutes. What a great substitute to turbo training. Even though we still have the warmest autumn for 70 years it works you to the red zone that you cannot do alone. Recommended....
Dec 4th 2015 by Crosstrainer FRA
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It's been quite a while since I wrote on here and I've been busy training as much as work. family and life in general will allow. In June I did my first tri! It was the Harwich sprint triathlon, it comprised of 300m swim, 17 mile bike and 5...
Aug 26th 2015 by nxn2020 GBR
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The dreaded words by the consultant: "Complete rest for two weeks and 6 weeks on crutches". I had just received the diagnosis of a stress fracture in my femur and, instantly, my world had come to an end, too. I was 4 weeks away from doing ...
Jun 20th 2015 by Eva29 GBR
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I was going to follow a 12-week training plan. I even had one ready - from James Beckinsale's Triathlon Training Book. I knew it was tough - two sessions a day of various disciplines - and I knew was supposed to adapt it for me. I didn't s...
Apr 5th 2017 by rik GBR
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I hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year break and are feeling refreshed and ready to smash your 2017 goals, whatever they may be? Since finishing Challenge Almere back in September we have had a good break both physically and ...
Mar 1st 2017 by timP GBR Premium
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So the weekend has arrived, it's time for my heart to dictate what I am going to do. Even with my right hip still not right after the fall in Kalmar, this years Great North Run will be the 10th time to take part in the worlds largest half m...
Sep 13th 2016 by DragonRunner GBR Premium
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After persistent hints from a friend to enter a road race, to be precise, Harriet from my local cycling club, I signed up for what I thought would be a relative easy 40k ride around the Thruxton race course. The day came and after unloadin...
Aug 28th 2016 by LVere GBR Premium
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Ironman SA was meant to be a race in the country that sparked my love for multisport â€" my hunger to improve my own performances. So much so in fact, I left SA soil to race in Europe in duathlons… Never to return, but settle in the...
Jun 13th 2016 by tigga GBR
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Meer dan een half jaar is het geleden. Na de Ironman van Kopenhagen was de euforie groot maar een maand later was de zin om te sporten verdwenen. Van decompressie gesproken. Ondertussen waren de grote werken in ons huis begonnen en d...
Mar 4th 2016 by WouterAelbrecht BEL
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Race results from this season (multisport only): Ironman Melborne: 10h30m44s Tonbridge Sprint: 7th Crystal Palace Sprint: 5th ETU Middle AG Euros/Challenge Rimini: 21st AG Clash of the Tritons: 4th Windrush Aquathlon: 8th Fambrid...
Dec 31st 2015 by roborob GBR
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It has been pretty much a full 12 months since I posted here, and it will come as no surprise to find that I didn't make it to the start line of either the Vitruvian or the Bristol - Bath marathon. The year started with me running a few of ...
Dec 23rd 2015 by tallguy76 GBR
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Wow, last time I wrote my Blog was back in April! How time flies when your having so much fun. Since then I've had a few races, injuries and changes in future plans. 1st off the races, it's been that long since I raced I won't bore you wi...
Sep 3rd 2015 by DazzaTri72 GBR
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Cardiff Triathlon 2015 28th June 2015 NB: I’ve included my notes for myself regarding the race at the end, out of interest â€" I’ve kept the Blog about the race about the race itself, really… The inaugural Cardi...
Jul 25th 2015 by JamesHester GBR
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My Marathon des Sables account. A tale of dirt, grime, poo bags, sand, hills, poo bags, mangled feet and madness. (Very long - originally written to be read to my father who is blind) It started on the Thursday night, when I had arranged ...
May 17th 2015 by crawlingkiwi GBR Premium
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