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2014 Season Review
roborobby roborob Dec 31st 2014
Race results from this season (multisport only): 12th Jan - Thanet MTB Duathlon: 3rd 15th Mar - Trailman MTB Duathlon: 7th 5th Apr - Dx2 Seville Middle Distance (1.9/85/21.1): 15th, 4:08:29 13th Apr - Kingfisher Aquathlon (London League): 8t...
3 Months Training and Racing Between Ironmen:
roborobby roborob Sep 11th 2014
So I'm two days away from competing on the GB Age Group Team in the ETU Long Distance European Champs out here in Holland (aka "Challenge Almere"). I've done everything I needed to do in training, and am bubbling with energy from a well designed tap...
Tri Camp Mallorca and Seville DX2 Middle Distance Triathlon Report
roborobby roborob Apr 7th 2014
Quick update on training and racing in March, covering the following: - Training for City to Summit Ironman; - Training and Racing with a Bike Power Meter; - Diet (Paleo/Primal/Keto/HFLC); - Spring Training Camp. So I'm back from a massive 2....
2013 in Review
roborobby roborob Jan 3rd 2014
Really happy with how 2013 went. Some particular results I'm proud of, but importantly a year with a hefty race schedule (28 in total) with no DNFs and no stress-related injuries for the first season since crushing my foot in a motorbike accident ba...
World Champs Race Report: ITU World Sprint Triathlon Grand Final London (M30-34)
roborobby roborob Sep 29th 2013
DONE! And what an awesome experience. On reflection, that is.... Hyde Park was my second sprint world champs, with the first being in Auckland last year. If you've read my previous posts, you'll know I worked on minimising jet lag before travelling ...
Alanya ETU Euro Champs; Qualifying for the GB AG team for the London World Champs; and London League Action
roborobby roborob Jun 29th 2013
The last 3 months have been not much else other than racing, recovering, quick bursts of training, then tapering, travelling, and racing again, and repeat. My club, Crystal Palace Triathletes, has been focused on getting results in the Triathlon Lon...
2013: January-June, and Multiple Marginal Gains
roborobby roborob Jun 13th 2013
I can't believe it's been 6 months since my last post - so many amazing discoveries and developments that I want to share; just been too caught up in being a part of them all! For now I'll give you a list of topics that I'm going to dedicate one pos...
2012 is going to take some beating! Here's to 2013...
roborobby roborob Dec 31st 2012
As 2012 draws to a close, i'm sure that i won't be the only one who will say that this has been the best year ever. What has been the highlight for you? The amazing Olympic Games that London delivered? The ensuing success of Team GB across so many s...
Finally in Auckland! Final taper week
roborobby roborob Oct 21st 2012
So after 3 months of planning (which included over 150hrs of training, a week of living nocturnally, 28 hours of travel, and more flexing of the credit card than I dare to calculate), I finally made it to New Zealand, and the official GB residence a...
Aqua Jogging: not just for rehab...
roborobby roborob Aug 20th 2012
I discovered aqua jogging earlier this year after a series of lower leg injuries had prevented any running on land (with all problems stemming from an accident where a car rammed into the side of me whilst on my motorbike back in September 2008, whic...
10 Weeks to Auckland: Training Debrief. Last Week: Week 3 of Adaptation Phase
roborobby roborob Aug 19th 2012
I'm going to aim to drop a quick note at the end of each week in the lead up to Auckland to give an account of the training done during that week. I'm trying to follow a prescribed 12 week plan (free download from Triathlon Geek, and well recommende...
British, and very proud of it right now
roborobby roborob Aug 11th 2012
Having recently qualified for a spot on the GB Triathlon Age-Group team to race in Auckland for the Age Group World Champs, I have decided to blog all my training from now on. I can't wait to have an opportunity to represent my country in a World sp...
 
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