Jonathan Riall

Jonathan Riall on the development of Paratriathlon

“I’m too young for a lifetime achievement award!”

At just 32 years of age, Jonathan Riall has already successfully lead the British team to the debut of triathlon at the Paralympic Games.

The Head Coach of the British Paratriathlon Team, Jonny was been part of that journey since the beginning, working for British Triathlon since leaving University and soon after that becoming the guiding light for Paratriathlon in Great Britain.

His often unseen contribution to the sport in this country is huge, but was recognised this week when he was announced at the winner of the Jane Tomlinson Award for Outstanding Contribution to Triathlon in the annual 220 Awards.

Lauren Steadman

Lauren Steadman: aiming for more than just triathlon this season

World Champion in 2014 and 2015. European Champion for the last four years. Paralympic Games Silver medallist in 2016. Lauren Steadman is one of the headline names in British Paratriathlon racing. Just this week she was announced as the Women’s Paratriathlete of the Year in the annual 220 Awards.

I spoke to Lauren in central London on Thursday, where she was taking part in a launch event for the new Garmin Forerunner 935.

While she is targeting future success in triathlon, she also has another big target to achieve this year…

Lauren Steadman

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