Blog Posts about sprint

tallguy76
It’s been a while since I logged in here so I’m not quite sure whether there is still much of an audience for a blog post, but as I’ve not mentioned it to many people I thought I would get it off my chest here: I’ve sign...
Feb 27th 2019 by tallguy76 GBR
woodsey96
The objective of all training is to achieve the greatest level of adaptation, not to become the most tired. Lots of athletes train to get tired or to burn calories. Go ahead and burn calories if you want to work out and lose weight. That...
Oct 30th 2013 by woodsey96 GBR
leighschvartz
First of all - big shout out to Justin Robbins @ www.weemancoaching.com who helped me prepare for this race following Henley (my first sprint tri), after drastically helping me improve my running times back in 2011 for the Reading Half it ...
Sep 1st 2013 by leighschvartz GBR
ClaireD
On 21st July I made a solo journey across to Lincolnshire to compete in the Woodhall Spa Triathlon - 400m swim, 24km bike, 5km run. I must say that although I value support, it was nice to travel on my own & prepare quietly with no distrac...
Jul 24th 2013 by ClaireD GBR
kjs30
READ FULL BLOG HERE WITH PHOTOS : http://katiejsynge.weebly.com/1/post/2013/06/bristol-harbourside-triathlon.html Sunday 23rd July, third running of the Bristol Harbourside Triathlon and my third time around the course. Probably my favo...
Jun 23rd 2013 by kjs30 GBR
owenslater
On Monday 27th May Bank holiday I did my first triathlon race which was a Sprint distance (400m swim, 20k bike &5k run) in a small village called Great Glen in rural Leicestershire. The organisers, racetime-events, used the local grammar s...
May 30th 2013 by owenslater GBR
kjs30
Today was a race on the doorstep, just a few miles down the road with a very late start! Made a nice change from travelling and getting up at some ungodly hour to register and race. 2012 is the second year the Bristol Harbourside has run. T...
Jul 20th 2012 by kjs30 GBR
borobhoy
This was the first running of this race. It consists of a 750m sea swim and was my main reason for entering. With Ironman Wales in September having a sea swim and never having swum any sort of distance in the sea before I thought it migh...
Jul 31st 2011 by borobhoy GBR
borobhoy
This is a popular early season sprint triathlon in North Yorkshire. This is a pool-based 400m swim and with around 600 competitors the pool is in use from 0800 until around 1430. My start time was 1220 due to a predicted swim time of 8 mi...
Apr 17th 2011 by borobhoy GBR
 
PBmultisportUK
Entries open!!!! Catterick North Yorkshire Sprint triathlon, with partial road closure Great scenic bike route. your label, http://www.pbmultisportuk.com...
Feb 27th 2014 by PBmultisportUK GBR
leighschvartz
My original plan with this blog was to use it to document races with race reports and learning, but after some fairly positive reviews and some encouraging viewing figures (for a wannabe blogger anyway) I'm going to use this to document so...
Oct 10th 2013 by leighschvartz GBR
ritatris
Having decided I was done for the season, particularly with an injury that meant no running, it took me all of about two seconds to change my mind and pay my race entry two weeks ago. My home town, Stroud, was finally hosting a triathlon, ...
Aug 19th 2013 by ritatris GBR
michaelpgallucci
For a day, my blog fast forwards to 5 July 2013 as I pack my bag for the Dorney Lake Sprint Triathlon. This will be my first time I put on my wetsuit on for a competitive start following weeks of practice swimming around Heron Lake. The Sp...
Jul 5th 2013 by michaelpgallucci GBR
ritatris
What a weekend! We went up to Nottingham on Saturday for my first sprint race of the season, which was also a World Championship qualifier and the National Sprint Championships. My mind is still slightly reeling from the experience. I w...
Jun 3rd 2013 by ritatris GBR
carlo54
So, I'm a relative newbie to triathlon. 1 1/2 seasons into the sport and still learning. Also novice blogger so hoping I follow the blog etiquite and don't upset anyone! (apologies in advance if I do). I race only in sprint and sup...
Jul 25th 2012 by carlo54 GBR
MarkChao
Ran quick 1 mile warmup just under 7:30 pace but not 100% sure, then did sprint ladder of 100, 200, 400, 800, 400, 200, 100m sprint/hardest and fastest at set distance. I know that I am definitely not a good sprinter! 100m and 200m pretty ...
Feb 28th 2012 by MarkChao USA
tallguy76
Woke up this morning with aching shoulders and sore legs which make going down stairs a little painful, and the reason ? The Tewkesbury Half Marathon. Driving up to Tewkesbury yesterday morning I thought that the race was going to be mis...
May 23rd 2011 by tallguy76 GBR
 
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