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British Triathlon and Home Nations launch The Big Reboot

With the UK and devolved governments announcing or in the process of announcing their roadmaps out of national lockdowns, British Triathlon, Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon have announced The Big Reboot which will lead the sport back to activity in 2021.

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Triathlon hero named BBC London Unsung Hero of the Year

Each year, local BBC stations name their regional Unsung Hero of the Year as part of the BBC Sport Personality of the Year Awards with BBC London naming Audrey Livingston as theirs.

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Setting Winter Training Goals with Paratriathlon Head Coach Jonathon Riall

In a year that has seen the majority of multisport events cancelled, many athletes used the summer as an extended winter training period. Emphasising the importance of recovery with yoga sessions, putting more time into strength and conditioning and gaining a firmer understanding of where they can improve both on and off the course.

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Bartlett and Milnes Show Support for Rainbow Laces Campaign

The sporting world has the incredible potential to drive social change and, with so many people within LGBT+ communities feeling as if they aren’t represented, it’s clear that there is still a lot of work to be done to become more inclusive.

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Bex Milnes named on UK Sport female coach leadership programme

UK Sport has today announced a new leadership programme as part of a plan to more than double the representation of female coaches in the Olympic and Paralympic high-performance community by Paris 2024.

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British Triathlon joins with Athletics and Cycling to ask government to help millions keep active during November

British Cycling has today joined with England Athletics and British Triathlon in writing to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden to ask that small group rides and runs, and coaching sessions for young people and those with disabilities, are exempted from the new national measures which are to be introduced on Thursday.

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The week is over but the pledge is not

Coaching Week 2020 has been shining a light on great coaching in sport and how everyone can get involved and support coaches in the work they do.

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Get involved with coaching

There are plenty of opportunities to make your involvement in swim, bike, run more than just racing and training, including getting hands-on to support coaches and other participants in their journey.

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Develop your coaching with British Triathlon

It’s important for athletes to continue to train, and it’s important that coaches continue to learn and develop so that they can best serve the clubs and athletes they coach.

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British Triathlon backs coaches with #GreatCoachingPledge

UK Coaching Week is being celebrated from 14-20 September 2020, with British Triathlon joining the #GreatCoachingPledge to support coaches.

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