Whether you’re melting into the Toronto pavement or practicing your dock-to-muskoka-chair transition at the cottage, the answers to these summer triathlon questions will turn up the heat on your training.(more…)
Most people have heard of Ironman. Something about 140.6 miles of endurance seems to grab people’s attention. And olympic distance triathlons aren’t far behind on the public awareness scale (the Olympics do a pretty good job of self-promotion). (more…)
Another beginner clinic wrapped up this month with the climax taking place at the Toronto Triathlon Festival.I’m proud to say that these beginner triathletes covered some serious ground, with many training for their first sprints and some working towards their first Olympic distances. I know this group’s triath-a-journey is not going to end there.(more…)
You survived the swim!Now let’s focus on the bike.You’ve been popping wheelies since you were a kid so it’s going to be a breeze, right?Let’s not discount the fact that the bike distance in triathlon is usually more than 75% of the race. (more…)
This article originally appeared in a 2016 TTF Newsletter and TTF website.
Living in Ontario we fall victim to a condensed racing season—from late May until mid-September.Since there’s really no point complaining about it (can’t change it) the only option is to embrace this fact. (more…)