For many first-time triathletes an open water swim is the intimidating factor once they’ve got their head round the idea that they will have to put three different disciplines together to become a triathlete. Hopefully those of you that are nervous of the swim are alre...

June 21, 2018

Training for a triathlon is a long-term commitment and with the outdoor nature of the disciplines, here in the UK it can often mean a gruelling, trans-seasonal battle with the elements. Tri training takes its toll not only on your body, but on your skin. As the count-d...

June 21, 2018

Though proper investigation of any ‘ache’ requires individual face-to-face assessment, one piece of advice that I would give any new runner suffering from aching knees (as well as making sure you are not doing too much too soon!) is to check how much range of movement...

June 20, 2018

There’s a common theme with most of the things I sign up to, I’m crap at saying no.

I registered for my FIRST EVER triathlon with just three weeks to train after a colleague convinced me that it would be 'fun.'  Fun?  THREE WEEKS!?  I didn’t even know what a t...

For endurance runners and triathletes alike, the weekly long run tends to form the bedrock of most training plans. However, they are often taken for granted with the benefits overlooked which is surprising because there is a high correlation between the run segment of...

The managing director for the brand new Earth, Sea, Fire: Dubrovnik Triathlon, Daniel Marusic, sits down with Brighton and Hove Triathlon event director John Lunt to discuss all things Triathlon and why Dubrovnik.

John:  How long have you been doing triathlons?

Daniel:...

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