Here‘s another report on the European Championships in Kalkar, Germany on the British Triathlon website.
Click here for the article by Tri247 that lists all of the GB medals won at the 2016 European Sprint Duathlon Championships. Such a great haul.
For full results, please click here.
Having spent six weeks out of training with a herniated disc (the less said about that the better) I finally got back to some form of training last week. Naturally I’ve not gone in all guns blazing and have taken things slowly. After a week of holding back and wanting to let rip I decided to give it some beans on the turbo tonight. I won’t write much about it, instead I’ll let the stats do the talking but first some context…
Cue the Rocky soundtrack, think Chariots of Fire… It’s time for the cheesy training montage!
Here’s a quick video of some of my training from the last 6 months.
This is a question that I never normally ask; the only real option is to get on the bike. However, having spent the last few days of 2015 almost fully bedridden due to a bad back, I’ve been forced to reflect on how hugely important the question on whether to train or to rest can be. In serious cases the answer can determine how the rest of the season plays out. Not to mention some of the funky recovery exercises and treatments the physio recommends.
Click here for Adam’s interview in the Surrey Mirror following the 2015 Duathlon World Championships
Last week, 3 years of work resulted in a 4th place at the Duathlon World Championships in Adelaide.
Time: 0:57:35 (Full results here)
I couldn’t have got there without all the support from friends, family and generous strangers who donated and helped me along the way. Thank you.