A Soggy Centenary
Martyn celebrates his 100th column for 220 by reporting on yet another failed attempt for sporting glory
The Steel Resurgence
Not ridden a steel bike since you were a kid? Then things have moved on. But should you go steel for tri? We assess the pedigree of three steel road bikes
Winter Ballbuster Duathlon
Seasoned participant and course record holder Andy Greenleaf provides his top tips for Ballbuster success
Tim Don's Specialized Shiv
The Olympian and Ironman world record holder on his record-breaking bike from Spesh
The Not-So-Tri Coach
Inspired by a friend, Brunty’s decided he should turn his hand to coaching… just not actual swim, bike or run advice
The Man Who Made Triathlon
Driven and divisive, Les McDonald, the controversial long-time leader of swim, bike, run has left a global sport with an Olympic legacy
Few people can balance racing at the highest level and working full time. Dr Lucy Gossage can, and she’s here to share her many words of wisdom for beginners
It Was My Time To Do Something To Help
Soldier Ollie Danvers set himself a target of racing 22 half Ironmans over 22 days across 22 different cities. Here he explains why
Help Me Train And Race Free From Pain
Reader Mike Perdue suffers from arthritis in his feet and wants to know how to alleviate the symptoms. Over to sports rehab specialist Chris Kay reader rescue
Garmin Edge 1030
£499.99 How does Garmin’s latest top-end computer fare for tri?
Boost Strength - Your Ultimate Off-Season Guide
Your racing success in 2018 is dependent on the quality of your off-season work. Here are our ultimate fuelling, strength and mindset tips to keep you fit and fresh through the winter months
A Grand Day Out
The £1,000 mark is the most competitive around for road bikes, which means you should expect a lot for your money…
David Mcnamee's Cervelo P5X
The fastest-finishing Brit in Kona hopes to go even faster in 2017 on his Cervélo P5X.
"We Packed It All In For A Healthier Family Life"
King of the gadgets and lover of tri, Jason Bradbury has turned global nomad on a quest to stay fit and healthy. Here he tells us why.
The Xterra World Champs
Don’t just survive but thrive in the Maui mud with insider tips from France’s former Xterra World Champion, Nicolas Lebrun
When Injury Strikes
The usually fighting fit Brunty has a swim injury. Good job he’s not competing at the World Masters Swimming Champs soon…
She’s the four-time Kona champ, holds the world’s fastest women’s iron time and is undefeated over long distance. So she’s pretty handy when it comes to advice…
Leap Into The Unknown
Attracting the toughest triathletes in the world, Norway’s Norseman isn’t for the faint-hearted. We sent one writer on a quest to battle freezing cold and ferocious inclines to return with one of the fabled black finishers’ t-shirts.
"Help Me Train For A 70.3 On A Vegan Diet"
Matt Earp has adopted a plant-based diet and is looking for menu advice to match his training. Renee McGregor is here to help
Break Out Of A Run Speed Rut
I’ve been a runner for years, racing triathlons, but I seem to be stuck in a run speed rut and not getting any faster. I do 3 x 5km and 1 x 15km each week. Any advice?
Paused For Pregnancy
A lack of forethought from the world’s leading triathlon organiser is forcing those returning from childbirth to race too often.
Best Of British
Feeling patriotic and fit? We test three iron-distance ready bikes from UK brands to find the best flag-flying race machine
“I Just Pretend I'm A Kid Again. It's Pure Joy”
At 87 years young, Sister Madonna Buder has more than 325 triathlon finishes to her credit – and the ‘Iron Nun’ has no plans to slow down
Speed Quest Leaves Sport Flat
As Ironman 70.3 Exmoor exits the global tri scene after 12 years, there are fears the long-distance challenge is being diluted. Tim Heming explains
£349/£199 Aussie wetsuit brand arrive in UK with impressive results
Train With Fins, Swim Smarter
Hi Dave! I see athletes training with fins at the pool, but obviously we don’t race using them – so what’s the point? Should I be training with them and if so, why?
Over Land & Sea
With magical locations, challenging courses and the chance to run around in a weird-looking wetsuit, swimrun is fast captivating triathletes looking for something new. We took on ÖtillÖ Swimrun Isles of Scilly
Ironman 70.3 Weymouth
Nail the Dorset middle-distance this September with our fool-proof course-specific training guide from coach and competitor Andy Sloane
Fuelling Triathletes To The Finish Line Since 2001
As official nutrition partners for the IRONMAN European Tour, PowerBar® knows how to fuel competitive athletes to the finsih line. Cue their latest Energize Bar…
Fuel Your Fastest Race Ever
Every triathlete fears hitting the wall. Dodge it and finish strong with our essential guide to what to eat before, during and after every race distance