“You’re 1min off 2nd, 3rd, and 4th”. Sometimes that is all you need to hear. I put my head down, took on two gels to try and subside the thigh cramps that were starting to take over and kept moving. I caught up to 4th within a couple of minutes. I started the hunt for the 3rd place woman and quickly caught her, now onto the second place.…Read the exciting race report of how the Trail World Champs panned out for Kiwi runner, Ruth Croft
With three disciplines and two transitions, the triathlon offers a lot of opportunities to gain or lose time. We hope these seven practical triathlon tips will help you maximise your training and talent by overcoming some common challenges faced by triathletes of all levels. Whether you’re racing Kona or testing the waters in your first Olympic triathlon, these simple tips will pay dividends during your next race.