Learn from the Brownlee Brothers: LIVE Q&A on Friday

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Brownlee Brothers to share lockdown training tips in live Q&A

From swimming in the garage to almost getting stranded abroad, the Brownlee Brothers will open a window into life of athletes during a pandemic.

Olympic medallists and brothers, Alistair and Jonny Brownlee, will be giving an insight into professional athletes’ routines during lockdown in Wiggle’s first Lunchtime Live session on Friday 24 April.

Taking place at midday on multi-sport retailer, Wiggle’s, Facebook page the live Q&A is the first in a series of events which will be hosted every week.

It will be the first time in over a year the Brownlee’s have been available for an open Q&A, giving fans the rare chance to quiz the duo.

Prior to lockdown the brothers were almost stranded in New Mexico whilst altitude training. Alistair Brownlee has also confirmed he has put his Ironman dreams are on hold whilst he continues to focus on the Tokyo Olympics which has been postponed until next year.

Most recently the Brownlees have collaborated with HUUB to create a collection of products for triathletes and swimmers.

The Wiggle Lunchtime Live sessions will take place every Friday at 12pm and see athletes and well known sports enthusiasts join with Wiggle team to answer the publics questions.

Future guests include Olympic triathlete and double World Champion, Helen Jenkins and multiple Ironman winner, Joe Skipper.

The public can watch and take part in the Wiggle Lunchtime Live sessions via Wiggle’s Facebook page at 12pm every Friday.

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