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220 Triathlon November 2018

220 Triathlon is the UK’s No.1 selling Triathlon magazine and brings together all the finest elements of the world’s fastest growing sport in a visually stunning and practical format.

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from the editor...

Here we are then. The off-season. So what will you choose? Add a few extra layers and take on the winter duathlons? Or dig out the mucky trail shoes and run headfirst into the joys of off-road racing? Either way, it’s important to first take a little time to recover in the days after your A-race, to do a systems check and make sure your body is ready for something different. As we head into Kona, we asked some of the top pros how they plan to recover after their big race of the year – turn to p43 to see what they suggest. For me, I’ll be hitting the trails but I’m also hoping to keep up a little (chilly) open-water swimming too. If you’re the same, then…

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things you shouldn’t miss this month

OFF-ROAD KITPlanning on leaving your roadie attached to the turbo and getting the MTB out instead? Here’s all the kit you need for winter off-roading, p17. IRONMAN TRAINING TIPSKeen to go long in 2019? Turn to p30 where top British pro David McNamee shares how to train smarter, not harder, for Ironman. WINTER TRAININGIf you’re struggling to find focus now the colder months are here, then this 12-week training plan on p90 is just what you need! ■…

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the best triathlon kit reviews

We take gear testing seriously – you need to know that the kit you buy will help you reach your goals in all three disciplines and work as hard as you on race day. Our test team is made up of experienced triathletes, cyclists and runners who test each product that appears in 220 to the max during training and racing, rating it honestly for performance and value. JACK SEXTY A triathlete since blowing his student loan on a bike, sub-2hr Olympic athlete Jack moved to Ironman at Lanzarote in 2016. What is your off-season target? To up the run mileage and attempt a half-marathon PB. HELEN WEBSTER 220’s editor made the move from marathons to tri four years ago. Happiest when in…

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Ashleigh Gentle delights the home crowd with a win at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Gold Coast, Australia. But it’s the race’s runner-up, Vicky Holland, who put in the performance of her life to take her first world title. Georgia Taylor-Brown finished in third place overall. (ITU/WAGNER ARAUJO) Known as the Queen of Spa Towns, Vichy, in central France, hosted its fourth Ironman on 26 August. Following the 3.km swim in Lake Allier, the 180km countryside bike also offers exceptional views of the Chaine des Volcans d’Auvergne. (GETTY IMAGES) The Canadian city of Montreal lends a European feel to proceedings at the penultimate race in the 2018 World Triathlon Series. GB’s Vicky Holland and Spain’s Mario Mola would take victories, setting themselves up nicely for the final…

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race overload?

TIM HEMING Cutting through the spin of tri to address the issues that matter, Tim is a sports journalist who has written extensively on triathlon for the national press. “To emphasise, no triathlete has won Olympic gold and the WTS in the same year” Is it time for the World Triathlon Series to return to a one-off race for the world title? The question has been often posited since the International Triathlon Union first introduced the multi-race series in 2009 that demands triathletes accrue points throughout the season before lining up for an upweighted Grand Final.The sport’s luminaries have long lamented abandoning a single showdown format, among the questioning voices, Alistair Brownlee. The two-time Olympic champion has featured increasingly sparingly since winning a second world title…

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speedofit neoprene pro

(THESECRETSTUDIO.NET) Once the open-water season comes to an end and it’s back to the swimming pool, you may find you’re missing the extra buoyancy and improved body position given by wearing a wetsuit. One solution to sinky legs is to add a pull buoy, the other is to wear a set of neoprene shorts – but swim experts Speedo have created a more sophisticated option with this cutting-edge new swimsuit. The standout feature is the targeted neoprene panels in the legs, designed to lift them and give you a better body position, which emulates more closely how you will swim on race day in a wetsuit. Other elements of the suit are pretty techy too, though, with bust support provided by PowerMesh and a 360° underband, giving a secure…

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