Women are better marathon pacers than men – study

An analysis of nearly 2m results from 131 marathons staged around the world found that women are better pacers than men when it comes to marathon running. Advertisement “Although men are faster marathon runners than women they are not the smartest,” concluded study author Jens Jakob Andersen of RunRepeat.com, who estimates that women are 18% better Read more about Women are better marathon pacers than men – study[…]

Poll: 55% of Brits in favour of cash for cycling

According to a YouGov poll of over 2,000 British adults, more than half of respondents think the UK government should be investing in cycling. Advertisement Nearly a third (31%) of respondents said they were more likely to get around by bike if more cycle lanes were separated from traffic on busy roads. Over a third Read more about Poll: 55% of Brits in favour of cash for cycling[…]

Poll: 55% of Brits in favour of cash for cycling

According to a YouGov poll of over 2,000 British adults, more than half of respondents think the UK government should be investing in cycling. Advertisement Nearly a third (31%) of respondents said they were more likely to get around by bike if more cycle lanes were separated from traffic on busy roads. Over a third Read more about Poll: 55% of Brits in favour of cash for cycling[…]

Emma Pallant: “Triathlon has taught me I always have to fight”

For fans jaded by overt professionalism in sport, decisions made without a business motive, or, at least, one that will not pay instant dividends, are not merely refreshing, but strike at the heart of what makes it so captivating. Advertisement In the summer of 2012, Michelle Dillon was at a crossroads in her career. The Read more about Emma Pallant: “Triathlon has taught me I always have to fight”[…]

Emma Pallant: “Triathlon has taught me I always have to fight”

For fans jaded by overt professionalism in sport, decisions made without a business motive, or, at least, one that will not pay instant dividends, are not merely refreshing, but strike at the heart of what makes it so captivating. Advertisement In the summer of 2012, Michelle Dillon was at a crossroads in her career. The Read more about Emma Pallant: “Triathlon has taught me I always have to fight”[…]

Rebecca Preston joins Brett Sutton’s tri squad

Triathlon coach Brett Sutton has announced that Australian athlete Rebecca Preston is joining his superstar squad after a long hiatus, in a bid to wrap up her tri career on a high. Advertisement Preston was at her peak in 2006 and 2007, when she claimed back-to-back victories at Ironman Switzerland. She also placed fifth in Read more about Rebecca Preston joins Brett Sutton’s tri squad[…]

Rebecca Preston joins Brett Sutton’s tri squad

Triathlon coach Brett Sutton has announced that Australian athlete Rebecca Preston is joining his superstar squad after a long hiatus, in a bid to wrap up her tri career on a high. Advertisement Preston was at her peak in 2006 and 2007, when she claimed back-to-back victories at Ironman Switzerland. She also placed fifth in Read more about Rebecca Preston joins Brett Sutton’s tri squad[…]

Alistair Brownlee to speak at 2015 Keswick Mountain Festival

Cumbria will again play host to the country’s biggest outdoors festival this year, taking place on 14 -17 May. Keswick Mountain Festival will offer an exciting smorgasbord of adventure-themed activities, live performances and high-profile speakers, including Alistair Brownlee. Click Here: Argentina National Team soccer tracksuit Advertisement Brownlee, arguably Britain’s top triathlete and certainly one of Read more about Alistair Brownlee to speak at 2015 Keswick Mountain Festival[…]