Bonk have announced the launch of a new website featuring their 2014 lifestyle collection as well as a range of technical t-shirts ideal for running. Read More »
Alice Hector has already been in marvelous form this year, returning to triathlon with a ‘point to prove‘. She has already gone about this with wins Read More »
Taking your bike away on holiday can sometimes feel like a bit of an ordeal. We’ve all been there – be it the many hours spent Read More »
The team at Nordic Oil (www.nordicoil.co.uk) is delighted to announce that they are launching a special ‘Spring into Action’ promotional bundle, offering great value across the Read More »
I can imagine worse assignments or jobs than being a chocolate taster or reviewer, so when I came across a new recovery drink aimed at triathletes Read More »
Record number of triathletes expected
Set over the Bank Holiday weekend of the 23rd and 24th August, it is the fifth stop on the Castle Triathlon Series in 2014 as over 1,700 triathletes are expected to descend on the spectacular and historic French town of Chantilly, for a weekend of exciting action including an elite field race that will see the best of British take on the finest of France.
Organisers of the inaugural IRONMAN® 70.3 Staffordshire triathlon have announced that online entries for the event will open on August 26th 2014 at 1pm BST for athletes who have pre-registered their interest in the event.
Castle Howard Triathlon, the fourth leg of the 2014 Castle Triathlon Series, welcomed 1,800 competitors and a Channel 4 film crew to Yorkshire for what was a fantastic two days of triathlon in a regal setting. Across two days of racing on the 26th and 27th July 2014, plenty of new champions were crowned – as well as seeing competitors of all ages get their own taste of swim, bike and run, Yorkshire style.
The Sunshine Coast in Queensland will host the first ever IRONMAN World Championship held in the Southern Hemisphere.
The 2016 IRONMAN® 70.3® World Championship will be staged in Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, in September 2016, it was announced by IRONMAN today.
Vicky Holland in 3rd
Jodie Stimpson banished the disappointment of missing out on the London Olympics with this glorious win on (almost) home soil at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
Stimpson stayed with the main pack on the bike before executing the strongest run of the day to claim gold. Coming in silver from Canada was Kirstine Sweetland and third was taken by fellow Brit Vicky Holland.
Over 1,700 triathletes of all abilities are looking forward to a weekend of multi-sport action on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th July, as for the 5th time the largest annual triathlon event in North-East England returns to Castle Howard in York. This is the first time the race has grown from a one-day event to a full weekend of action, reflecting the huge demand for triathlon in the area and the success of the Castle Howard Triathlon.