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Balancing his work and family around training, not to mention the expense, not just for the over priced branded race but the constant delivery from Wiggle!,that of course had to be hidden from his wife. (Paul has never eaten so many packs of Haribos), He still managed to put in an excellent performance at the Barcelona IRONMAN
An incredible experience and something Ian will never forget. His advice to anyone considering completing an ironman is this…… Do it, ask for advice and take it on board, and above all plan your race and race your plan. After all, anything is possible!
Louise has successfully competed in her first ever triathlon. After thinking she couldn't ever complete one, Louise has now overcome this 'cant do' attitude and replaced it with a 'this girl can' attitude.
The British Triathlon Youth & Junior Super Series is designed to bring together the best young triathletes from across the UK, so they can race head to head at the best and most exciting venues in the country. To race in a super series events you must complete the assessment day in which you are expected to be within certain times. This gives you a rank in which you can be selected to do events. The higher your rank the more chance you have of being selected. Youth (15-16) is the first year in which you can race at an elite level you can then progress onto Juniors (17-19) where you hope to make the British elite pathway so you can continue competing in U23 elites and senior elites like the Brownlee brothers. To make the British pathway you must be in the top ten in your age group)
Jo Hovenden shares her friendly (talk to me) face across the water in her first French Triathlon. Impressing spectators with her elegance during her bike dismount whilst claiming 4th Lady!
Abigail Garthwaite gives a excellent account of her experience during the Junior Aquathlon held at Leeds Castle. A positive attitude is demonstrated throughout her race, proving she is developing into a wonderful athlete.
Lilly describes how she climbed mountains, went through desserts and almost died of dehydration to accomplished a big milestone that can now be checked off her bucket list.
Determined to compete and despite previous injury and a fall off her bike, Gabby proved that when she sets herself a goal, then there is no stopping her. Go Gabby!
Defying the odds by narrowly missing a DQ (if not for her charm on the officials), missing training due to exams and post illness, Lilly still manages to perform exceptionally well at the Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon in Leeds
Archie overcomes anxiety from the open water to achieve a PB for a Standard Distance Triathlon
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