If you're after swim advice, you could do worse than ask an Olympic legend
Now is the time to analyse your racing year, make the necessary tweaks over the winter and set yourself up for your best season ever in 2013. Part two is swim
Now is the time to analyse your racing year, make the necessary tweaks over the winter and set yourself up for your best season ever in 2013.
Coming in to the off-season, we're all thinking about how to start 2013 fitter and faster than ever. Andy Blow gives you 50 sessions to energise your off-season training...
Sighting in the open water is infinitely more tricky than in a crystal clear pool. But with Chrissie’s tips for a straight swim, you’ll have no excuse for going off course…
Pacing is critical no matter what your ability, and you need to assess your strengths in relation to the race distance
Open-water starts can be the most daunting part of tri. But, with Chrissie’s advice, it doesn’t have to be that way. Here Welly serves up her world-beating tips on race starts…
Part two of Chrissie Wellington's guide to the open water sees the Ironman World Champ focus on pre-race and race day preparation
Part one of Chrissie's Guide to the Open Water focuses on preparation
Andy Blow dives into the subject of open-water swimming to offer you a plethora of practical advice and training tips, whatever your ability
To swim better, says Joe Beer, you must assess your current ability and tweak your training to focus on stubborn areas
Find swim training dull and repetitive? It doesn’t have to be. You just need to change your mindset, says Joe Beer