Our bodies have a way of giving us important signs when things aren’t quite right. For some of us we simply put on weight, others get sick more often, some can’t train as hard or as often and for me,
The swim leg strikes fear into the hearts of all new triathletes and many seasoned age groupers alike. Why is it feared? And why is it such a challenge? I believe the stigma that surrounds the swim can be
Like most people starting out in this sport, I couldn’t run more than 500m without stopping. And then after that first 500m I could only manage bursts of 250m at a time before I had to stop again and reach for
So you’ve seen others using them, they look cool and let’s face it, it’s all about aero isn’t it. Isn’t it? The simple answer is yes. But beware …… there are some hidden risks associated with bolt on aero bars.
The Gold Coast Triathlon conjures up mixed emotions and awesome memories for me. This year was no exception. Not only is it the first sprint distance event I ever entered (in 2013) but it is also the only event that
Today was the day that I finally got that Half Marathon monkey off my back! (Pardon the pun) About a year ago I was booked in to run my first Half Marathon. But due to a lingering bout of the