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Turkey and Training with George Peasgood

Christmas is a time for all of us to sit back, spend time with family and indulge on one too many mince pies. But for elite athletes who have to carefully manage their downtime, how does their Christmas compare?

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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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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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Three paratriathletes announced on the 2020 Shaw Trust Power 100

Each year The Shaw Trust names its 100 most influential disabled people from Britain with Sam Holness, Stefan Hoggan-Radu and Cor Hutton named on the list for 2020.

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Daily Sports Schedule unveiled for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

With 11 days of swimming and diving, 8 days of cricket, 8 days of gymnastics and 7 days of athletics (including the marathon), the summer of 2022 is set for a spectacular home Games.

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Brits back in action this weekend at Arzachena and Alhandra world cups

This weekend welcomes more rescheduled World Cup events of the 2020 season, taking British athletes to Italy and Portugal for both triathlon and paratriathlon action.

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Dedicated wheelchair club supporting athletes to compete in triathlon

Having been tricked into taking part in a Parkrun by his daughter, Gary Donald got the bug for wheelchair sport and is now helping others to take part at the London Wheelchair Triathlon Club.

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Taking part our way with Team Ladybugs

‘Team Ladybugs’ are a father and daughter pair who have completed countless triathlons around the world, promoting the fact that people with disabilities don’t have boundaries.

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Talking Tokyo with Paratriathlon Head Coach, Jonathon Riall

Had it not been for the global disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Tokyo Paralympic Games would have been in full swing, with this very weekend featuring ParalympicsGB triathletes testing themselves against the very best in the world.

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Talking Tokyo: a throwback to Rio

With day one of the paratriathlon at Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games due to take place today, we’ve spoken with British Triathlon’s Head of Paratriathlon about the sport’s Games debut in Rio four years ago and lessons learned ahead of Tokyo.

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