ITU Multisport World Championship Festival dates confirmed for 2017

For the first time ever four branches of multisport are coming together in one world championship, the  ITU Multisport World Championship Festival, which will take place August 18-27 2017 in Penticton, British Columbia. Advertisement  The 10-day event will see 5,000 athletes compete in four separate World Championships – duathlon, aquathlon, cross triathlon & long distance […]

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Sweat monitor offers great potential for multisport athletes

A sweat monitor that can continuously check multiple biochemicals in sweat has been developed by scientists could offer great benefits to triathletes, particularly long-distance athletes competing in hot climates. Advertisement For in the future athletes could potentially be able to wear devices that would alert them to health problems such as fatigue, dehydration and dangerously […]

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Gwen Jorgensen wins ITU World Cup in New Zealand

American triathlete Gwen Jorgensen continued her dominating winning streak with a win at the 2016 ITU World Cup in New Plymouth, with Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt coming second and Kirsten Kasper (USA) coming third. Click Here: liverpool mens jersey Advertisement “I have been in New Plymouth for a couple weeks now because my coach is originally from here […]

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British Duathlon Champions crowned at inaugural Windsor Duathlon

Horton celebrated victory after completing the sprint distance course in 54:16 to finish 10 seconds clear of Calum Johnson in 54:26, while former Commonwealth Games representative, Liam Lloyd, clocked 54:35 to take the final podium spot. Advertisement  Horton said: “Being crowned national champion feels really good, it’s taken a while to become a senior champion […]

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Ice swimming considered for Winter Olympics

With a one-mile ice swim event being considered for inclusion at future Winter Olympics researchers at Winona State University in Minnesota and the International Ice Swimming Association (IISA) have investigated the performance and human physiological response in water -5° Celsius or less. Advertisement  The scientists analysed more than 80 ice swimmers ((71 male, 17 female) […]

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