Thomas Davis will be well prepared, when the racing does finally resume, in his new ERDINGER Alkoholfrei colours and a brand new bike too…
Elite athlete, coach, Paratriathlon Guide, commentator, training partner and (unbeaten) Marathon runner. Mark Buckingham is a very busy man…
With her first race since 2016 less than ten days away, I spoke to Helen Jenkins ahead of IRONMAN 70.3 Dubai about how preparations have gone
The first Outlaw Triathlon was held in 2010, and in 2020 there will be five Outlaw events. We spoke to Iain Hamilton about the popular Series
British Age-Group legend, Gill Fullen, won in Kona this year to achieve a goal of the last 10 years. It’s been quite a journey to get there…
The inside story on the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship from Great Britain’s Lucy Charles-Barclay, second place once again in Hawaii
Talking Super League Triathlon, 70.3 racing and Tokyo 2020 with Kristian Blummenfelt and Gustav Iden in Malta this past weekend
The inside story on the second edition of Super League Triathlon Malta courtesy of champion Katie Zaferes and Great Britain’s Sophie Coldwell
Can Joe Skipper follow in the footsteps of David McNamee to become only the 2nd British male athlete to finish in the top three in Kona? He believes he can
With six career IRONMAN wins on her C.V. to date, Great Britain’s Corinne Abraham is seeking a best ever Kona finish on Saturday
Fifth in 2017 and third in 2018, can British Age-Group athlete Paul Lunn keep that upward trend going at the IRONMAN World Championship on Saturday?
Eight years after reading Chrissie Wellington’s book on a beach in Thailand, Kimberley Morrison will be lining up at the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship
Third for the past two years, Scotland’s David McNamee will be seeking more further success on Saturday at the IRONMAN World Championship
A tough year may have knocked her confidence, but Great Britain’s Laura Siddall still founds herself excited to race in Kona – with a stunning new bike too
Elliot Smales raced his first IRONMAN in Barcelona… and finished with the fastest British debut time ever over the distance. I asked him how it all went.
Feeling better prepared than ever, Will Clarke has his sights set on a top-10 finish at the IRONMAN World Championship, at his third attempt in Kona