Seychelles triathlon has only gone and got itself a new pro ambassador in the shape of the experienced and talented Simon Brierley. Simon is based in Read More »
XTERRA England is happy to announce a key partnership with PowerBar UK that will see the international nutrition brand named as the Official Sports Nutrition Supplier Read More »
Leanda Cave, four-time Triathlon World Champion: 2002 ITU Olympic Distance World Champion, 2007 ITU Long Course World Champion, and 2012 IRONMAN 70.3 and IRONMAN World Champion, Read More »
The Triathlon Show: London – Driven by SEAT (previously the Triathlon Plus Show), returns to ExCeL, London from 12 – 15 February. The event provides the Read More »
The festive season is fast approaching and the team at Muc-Off has been busy choosing the best gifts to help you rack up more miles on an efficient, Read More »
It’s been eagerly awaited but finally here – check out the Challenge Weymouth bike route!
Emma-Kate Lidbury has parted ways with coach Matt Dixon and purplepatch fitness and will be returning to Southern California in a bid to rediscover some form and magic which made her one of the top forces in 70.3 racing.
You can read the full announcement, which was published on her blog, below:
XTERRA has a rich history of ex-mountain bike specialists crossing over and making a big impact in off-road triathlon and now another from the single discipline sport is looking to make the leap (and swim) into XTERRA.
Pro mountain biker Lee Williams is going right in at the top and will toe the line at the XTERRA England European Championships on the 30th August and promises to add a whole new (and fast) dynamic to the bike leg.
New rules make for a new game in the chase for the XTERRA European Tour Championship title and this year the crown could very well be won by master tacticians rather than the fastest racers in the field.
“It’s a numbers game, that’s for sure,” explained Dave Nicholas, the managing director of the XTERRA World Tour, who restructured the way the European Tour point series works for 2015.
This weekend saw Jim McConnel and Claire Hitchings crowned the National Cross Duathlon Champions at the Hole Park Mtb Duathlon.
Recap some of the action with this highlights video.
In Batesman Bay, Liz Blatchford was racing in front from start to finish. The run leg became a shoulder-to-shoulder battle of 21km. In the last 60m, Yvonne Van Vlerken (NED:4:27:48) took the victory in this exciting race, Liz Blatchford (AUS: 4:27:49) of the Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team came second, while Mary Beth Ellis (USA) came third.