My AAA race for this year is the Hever Gauntlet which is part of the final round in the Markel Castle Triathlon Series. Each of their five events takes place in and around the grounds of a stunning castle, with one in Ireland, one in France and the rest in England. These events are very high-profile and [...]
Tribeca Sport and Hever Castle Triathlon are offering cycling fans the chance to ride the new Gauntlet (112.9km race in September) 90km bike course for FREE on Sunday 26 May. It is a great chance to check out the course if you are taking part or simply enjoy a stunning bike ride on bank holiday [...]
I am a big fan of the Markel Castle Triathlon Series and will be competing in two of their events latest this year. Here is a notice from them about their Junior Triathlon series: Fancy taking part in the UK’s largest Junior Triathlon event of 2013? Look no further…! Our Castle Triathlon Series offers races [...]
The Outlaw and Ironman are out due to my wife’s illness, however I’ve opted to do a single challenge event and make it a bit tougher. You can read about it on my updated challenge page here.
Originally I was very sceptical over the use of coaches. This wasn’t a general opinion, I just wasn’t sure whether one would suit me or not. Firstly I thought that my swimming, cycling and running weren’t all that bad, and I was making decent progress on my own. By keeping a log of my training [...]
This is great news and bodes well for the future of Triathlon in England. You can guess my opinion on it by the name of this blog, but I truly believe that Triathlon is an amazing sport that brings together a huge range of people with wildly differing abilities. It has such depth compared to many [...]
This weekend I’m off to the biggest triathlon that I’ve ever competed in. The Hever Castle Triathlon. It is the final round of the Markel Castle Triathlon Series at Hever Castle and it’s sponsored by Wiggle. There are nearly 1000 people in the Olympic distance race alone and there are four races across the weekend. [...]