Articles

  • Advice for Morning Training: What To Eat

    Advice for Morning Training: What To Eat

    7th February 2019

    Training in the morning is the only way that many athletes can fit workouts into their day and therefore knowing what to eat and how to fuel your body is very important. What you should eat will depend on the type of training you plan on doing.

  • Croatia’s Falkensteiner Punta Skala Triathlon

    Croatia’s Falkensteiner Punta Skala Triathlon

    4th February 2019

    Croatia is no longer a secret in triathlon tourism. More and more athletes are discovering the great opportunities that the Croatian Adriatic coast offers for training camps and family-triathlon holidays. Dalmatia is one of the last Mediterranean regions where quality…

  • New Elite Training Swimwear By MP Michael Phelps

    New Elite Training Swimwear By MP Michael Phelps

    30th January 2019

    The latest elite training swimwear collection from MP Michael Phelps uses vibrant Italian fabric infused with rich textures and artistic tones to create maximum visual impact whilst delivering the brand’s signature long lasting performance. The new Evolution Collection encompasses three…

  • Five Reasons To Race At Lough Cutra Castle In 2019

    Five Reasons To Race At Lough Cutra Castle In 2019

    29th January 2019

    It may only be the end of January but the start of the triathlon season is around the corner, with many plans being made and goals being set for challenges and races this Summer. Lough Cutra Castle Triathlon takes place…

  • Zwift Launches Into Esports With First Pro Cycling League

    Zwift Launches Into Esports With First Pro Cycling League

    22nd January 2019

    Zwift, the global online training and racing platform for cyclists, has confirmed the 15 invited teams contesting in the Men’s KISS Super League, starting this Wednesday, 23rd January. Billed by Zwift as a demonstration sport in 2019, the KISS Super…

  • Dani Rowe Takes On London Classics Challenge

    Dani Rowe Takes On London Classics Challenge

    21st January 2019

    For some, retirement means rest and relaxation but Olympic gold medal-winning cyclist Dani Rowe will take on the London Classics challenge in her first year of retirement from professional cycling. The 28-year-old, who is one of the most famous British…

  • Wiggle Announces Two Brand-New Sporting Events For 2019

    Wiggle Announces Two Brand-New Sporting Events For 2019

    20th January 2019

    Tri-sports retailer, Wiggle, has announced the launch of two brand-new events for 2019 as the demand for non-competitive sports events continues to grow in the UK. The Wiggle New Forest Sportive at the end of March and the Wiggle Festival of Sport in August…

  • Spicy Solution For Strength Loss

    Spicy Solution For Strength Loss

    18th January 2019

    If you’re training hard, a loss of short term muscle strength is an inevitable part of exercise, but scientists may have found a spicy solution to the problem… In a study1 researchers asked participants to perform high intensity arm exercises,…