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Triathlon Training & Races - Matt's Blog
Sharing my experiences in training, racing and learning the 'science' of progressing in Triathlon - from total novice to top-ten finisher (and hopefully beyond!). Stop by to listen to what I have to say, but don't forget, the whole point of web 2.0 is interaction, so don't be afraid or too shy to leave your own thoughts!

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Cheap Speed – Tips for a faster bike split
prhimby prhim Feb 21st 2011
We all know that triathlon is an expensive sport. If we’re honest, the appeal lies at least partly in the shiny kit and we love to satisfy our ‘inner geeks’. We part with hard-earned cash in the hope that the latest gizmo will shave another couple ...
I love my Slice, but...
prhimby prhim Apr 8th 2010
...I'm really struggling to get comfortable on it. I think it's me more than the bike - a niggling rotator cuff / ACJ injury is limiting the mobility in my shoulder and in turn leading to discomfort after 30 minutes or so on the aero bars. Not ...
Definitely making progress...
prhimby prhim Feb 28th 2010
A big hello to all that competed in today's Chilly Duathlon at Castle Combe in the UK. As always, it lived up to its name, with 4 degrees C temperatures and the usual Castle Combe wind. Always fun! While I'm still not troubling the front runners...
Starting the Year of Living Painfully with a valuable lesson
prhimby prhim Jan 26th 2010
So I took part in the first of my 12 2010 races on Sunday - at Dorney Lake (hello to anyone else who was there - apart from no.63, you cheating git!). Despite it being bitterly cold, it was a good training race, giving me some new insight into my...
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