Month: July 2021

Fitbit unwraps Surge smartwatch

The world of optical heart rate monitors for athletes is growing fast – Fitbit has just taken the wraps off its

Rio 2016 triathlon test events confirmed for next August

The dates are confirmed – triathlon’s test events for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic and Paralympic Games will be

Comment: Rio 2016 test events may throw a spanner in the works for next year’s WTS schedule

Following this morning’s news that triathlon’s test events for the Rio 2016 Olympics will take place on 1-2 August next

Eton Sprints named a qualifying event for 2015 ITU Sprint Worlds

Eton Dorney – known as one of the flattest and fastest triathlon tracks in the UK – has been chosen

Live Q&A with Kona queen Mirinda Carfrae

After back-to-back wins on triathlon’s toughest stage, Australia’s Mirinda Carfrae can rightfully claim to be the world’s best long-course triathlete.

Paul Smith 531 cycle wear collection – first look

Sitting comfortably? This new performance cycling collection from Paul Smith looks superb for the growing ‘cycling chic’ niche, but the

Mirinda Carfrae: “You can never have too many world titles”

Australia’s all-conquering Kona queen Mirinda ‘Rinny’ Carfrae believes that she ‘still hasn’t reached her ceiling’ in terms of performance, and

Gallery: Winter BallBuster 2014

Resolve was needed in spades for the 25th edition of the Winter BallBuster, with chilly wind and hammering rain battering

Who was your good Samaritan this triathlon season?

We were recently reminded by a reader that sometimes acts of kindness by total strangers are the only reason we

New issue of 220 Triathlon out now!

The December 2014 issue of 220 Triathlon went on sale this morning, featuring a 20-page Kona special, 6-month training plan