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Holy Island Swim Run

At Tri & Run we believe in really getting to know our athletes, so we can offer personalised coaching. We also truly believe in athlete-centred coaching, wherever it benefits the athlete. So, when Lindsay, one of our dedicated triathletes suggested I do a swim-run event with her (a year ago), I naively agreed as I’m always… Continue reading Holy Island Swim Run

Coached swim sessions

Tri & Run are offering coached swim sessions at Bollington Health and Leisure centre.  The sessions will focus on developing your technique and physical conditioning, with a primary focus on front crawl stroke.  You should be able to swim 100 m front crawl continuously (these sessions are coached rather than ‘learn to swim’ lessons).   We… Continue reading Coached swim sessions

5 Trigs

This blog comes from Dave Ward – one of our coached athletes. When the suggestion of a run in the Peaks taking in 5 Trigs and covering approx. 22 miles was muted I was straight in. Living in Knutsford with it’s multitude of hills meant I was more than ready for a trot round the… Continue reading 5 Trigs

Wales in a day

Today’s blog comes from Ben, one of our coached athletes. Back in 2019, I signed up to a massive sportive with 50+ members of my Tri Club. The ride entailed cycling from Cairnarvon to Chepstow in one day. That’s 300km and 4500M of climbing. It was a pretty intimidating ask, and I was concerned I… Continue reading Wales in a day

A long day in the saddle

Last saturday (17th July 2021) saw the last Open Cycling’s sportive, Wales in a Day.  The sportive starts at Caernarfon Castle and ends, 185 miles later and after 4500 m of ascent, in Chepstow.  Participants cycle through the Snowdonia National Park, then head for mid Wales, via Lake Vyrnwy and through the town of Newport. … Continue reading A long day in the saddle


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