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Young volunteer recognised for commitment to helping others

Jordan Walters dedicates her free time to volunteering at her local junior club to give something back to the club where she discovered her passion for triathlon.

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International Women's Day - Tri-Force ladies inspiring each other

The clubs’ current membership is 110 and comprises 30% females, having gained seven new female members in recent months. These members span all ages and stages of life from students/recent graduates, mum's juggling training, working and family life, those in full-time roles and those transitioning from work to retirement.

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International Women's Day - Training postpartum

Training for three sports is hard enough, let alone as a new mum. I was told repeatedly that when I became a mum I wouldn't be able to enjoy the sport I love. I was determined not to lose part of me which I'd spent so much time over the years enjoying.

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Swim, bike and running to New York over winter

It was a winter challenge across the Atlantic for Steeple Chasers Running and Cycling Club as they embarked on a virtual club challenge to swim, bike and run the equivalent of the 3,500-mile distance between their village base in Cambridgeshire to New York.

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Making the jump from para show jumping to paratriathlon

Transitions are often talked about when racing in triathlon, but the biggest transition for 16-year-old Ronnie Robinson came before getting to the triathlon course.

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Increasing inclusivity within the region

Paralympian and Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the East Region, Iain Dawson, believes communication is key to making triathlon accessible and creating great experiences through swim, bike, run.

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From Essex to Odaiba: George Peasgood to make his Games return in Tokyo

Originally from Saffron Walden, George Peasgood is heading to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games where he will compete in PTS5 paratriathlon and C4 time trial and C4-5 road race cycling events.

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Multisporting for Great Britain

Emma Raymen is the Ladies Captain at Hoddesdon Triathlon Club and made her debut for the Age-Group Team in 2019. She was due to race a number of times for the team in 2020, however, with race postponements and travel restrictions, is set to pull on the GB trisuit again in 2022.

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From Coached to Coach

UK Coaching Week took place from 7-13 June, celebrating and supporting coaches across the country for all they do.

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Region’s junior athletes supported by IRC Qualification Assessment Event

Each year, British Triathlon host the Inter-Regional Championships (IRC) that bring together TriStar 2 and TriStar 3 athletes from across the country for individual and relay racing.

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