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220 Triathlon

220 Triathlon March 2021

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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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English
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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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13 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
from the editor...

Indoors or outdoors? If last year revealed anything, it’s that a global pandemic isn’t going to stop triathletes finding ways to train and, if anything (time allowing), many of you came out of last year fitter and stronger and with a renewed set of goals, thanks to the need to adapt and train differently. This issue we have a special feature on maximising your turbo and treadmill time (p70) as well as an eight-week duathlon training plan that’s perfect if, like many, you’ve struggled to swim lately. While my turbo has its place, I’ll always be firmly in ‘team outdoors’ as, for me, fresh air and seeing the seasons change are the biggest motivators. Wherever we train though, let’s hope we can use all that hard work in some epic…

1 min.
start dive into the world of tri

1 min.
reap vulcan

REAP VULCAN From £8,195 Reap’s ‘hyper-bike’ is a step up from their inaugural Generation 1.0, with an aero-integrated cockpit and BTA hydration system for “race readiness”. Named after the velocity and range of the Avro Vulcan bomber jet, this British built and designed beam bike is made for speed. A “holistic design approach” steers the rider into a more aerodynamic position by use of a ballistic cockpit with forearm-hugging aero extensions. Drag’s further reduced by use of the same V-frame design of the 1.0 and a shielded front derailleur. The fully adjustable set-up includes rotary dropout adjusters, a multi-position seatpost and choice of extensions height with angled shims. Disc brakes, Ultegra Di2, with choice of Parcours Passista or ENVE 7.8 wheels complete the set-up. Pros, including Elliot Smales and Fenella Langridge, are signed to…

1 min.
new sports books

UNDER £13 THE COMEBACK QUOTIENT £12.99 Matt Fitzgerald’s guide to building mental fitness in sport and life couldn’t come at a better time. The book looks at how you perceive the challenges you face, and offers inspiration and tools to make the next great comeback your own. UNDER £15 RUNNING THE WORLD £14.99 Nick Butter is the first person to run a marathon in every country on Earth. This documents the 674-day adventure, offering a unique perspective on our planet, a celebration of human diversity, and reflects on the power of running. UNDER £20 THE BEST £20 Uncover the inner psychologies of your sporting heroes, find out how they tick and just how they perform such extraordinary feats in this new book from Mark Williams and Tim Wigmore. The book reveals how elites found the path to sporting…

1 min.
hoka one one rocket x

Released at a virtual launch with three-time Ironman world champ Jan Frodeno the guest star, the new Hoka One One Rocket X is the latest carbon-infused release from the Cali-based brand (the Carbon X2 is also out now). Branded as an elite racing shoe, the Rocket X shares the same 1mm carbon plate as Hoka’s previous Carbon X, plus the unisex Rocket has an updated impact-absorbing compression-moulded EVA foam midsole and zonal rubber outsole. Crowned as the lightest model in Hoka history at only 210g, it’s kitted out with a stiff mesh upper, which has resulted in no structural need for overlay and toe-box. The early stage Meta-Rocker geometry shapes the subtle curvature of the sole, said to encourage an efficient stride motion. With a 5mm drop, it’s not as drastically curved…

1 min.
from the vault

ON SALE SUMMER 2003 Dip into the 220 archives and it soon becomes clear that Marc Jenkins rivals his wife Helen, Tim Don and Spencer Smith as the athlete with the most 220cover shots. This one is from the National Elite Champs of 2003, where Jenkins and another cover stalwart, Michelle Dillon, took the titles a year before both made memorable Olympic Games performances. ALSO IN 2003... Australia’s Emma Snowsill takes her first of three ITU World Championship titles in Queenstown, New Zealand. Further ITU world titles would follow in 2005 and 2006 before the Olympic gold in 2008, with Snowsill’s athletic rivalry with Portugal’s Vanessa Fernandes one of the greatest tri has witnessed.…