Our 2016 ambassador, Harry Wiltshire, is one of the fastest swimmers in the sport, and was ranked among the top 25 in the world. A regular face on the international triathlon scene for over a decade, Harry first represented Great Britain at the Junior World Championships in 2002, and was shortlisted for selection to the 2012 Olympic team. Over the years he has represented his country at Senior European and World Championship level over both the Sprint and Olympic distances. You can benefit from Harry’s experience and expertise by watching his triathlon tips videos, or by reading his blog below.
Once again, the AJ Bell London Triathlon lived up to its usual high standard – it’s certainly one of my favourite events and I always enjoy competing there. I’ve been taking part on and off ever since I was 17 years old, and the sheer size and warmth of the crowd never fail to make it a special experience.
Well, I’m writing this blog post from inside a cloud, on the edge of a Swiss mountain lake at the British Triathlon Rio preparation camp!
I’ve had lots of questions about triathlon training and preparation from the #AskAJBell competition that we ran the other week, so I thought I’d use this post to share my answers with you all ...
How can I improve my timing when swimming? I have been doing tri’s for just over a year and am held back by my lack of swim technique and experience.
Even if you have not done any training up to this point, there is still plenty of time to improve your fitness before the AJ Bell London Triathlon in five weeks’ time.
Thanks for visiting my blog. As this is my first post, the guys at AJ Bell suggested it would be worth doing a Q&A to reveal some background info about who I am and what qualifies me to be their ambassador! That seemed like a pretty sensible idea, so they sent me a list of questions and I got stuck in ...