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
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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
Ruth Purbrook is one of Great Britain’s best long distance Age-Group athletes – and on 12th October, she aims to be the fastest female amateur in the world
A DNF in her first Kona start two years ago has not dented the passion or belief of Great Britain’s Nikki Bartlett. She’s back, and in her best shape ever
With the 2021 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final heading to Bermuda, here’s both a look back and a look ahead to the event based in the capital, Hamilton
Entries for Saturday’s inaugural Try on the Tyne Duathlon close tonight (Tuesday). Elite British Junior Daniel Dixson will be one of those racing…
After three years away from triathlon, Kate Allan returned to race the London Triathlon Olympic Plus event recently. Here’s her review of the day
British Athletics legend Steve Cram has launched a major new Duathlon event, Try on the Tyne, coming up on 10th August. We spoke to him to find out more…
Does The London Triathlon still hold mass appeal? After eight years away from the event, Tim Heming returned to the event to find out
HUUB Wattbike Test Team founder, Dan Bigham, speaks to Tim Heming about the UCI’s recent rule changes which could effectively ban them from racing
After impressive Age-Group performances this year, Tara Grosvenor picked Challenge Roth as her Pro debut. This is her report on how it all went.
Claire Hann is the latest British athlete to have reached the top step in IRONMAN 70.3 racing. Find out more about her journey here…
Becky Hoare won the CELTMAN! last weekend – but as you’ll read, her experience and the memories of the event are far more important than the result…