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  • Dan Bigham's Hour Record

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday are now behind us, so we thought we’d send you something incredible to watch. Dan Bigham’s recent Hour attempt to secure the British Hour Record and see if the world record is within grasp. The target is 54.526km, held by Sir Bradley Wiggins since 2015. And he duly served time on it.

    Grab a coffee and enjoy...

     

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  • Jack Burnell's Swim Tips

    Whether you are new to open water swimming or just want some advice on good technique - Jack Burnell is here to help with our new video on his top three open water swimming tips.

     

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  • We're incredibly proud to announce our new partnership with Jason Kenny! As the winner of 9 Olympic medals, 6 of which are gold, Jason has cemented his name into the British Olympic history books and is one of the most decorated Team GB athlete. At HUUB we love speed and when it comes to Jason Kenny - it doesn't get any faster!

     

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  • Following the announcement that GB Elite Triathlete Tom Bishop has partnered with HUUB for the remainder of his career, Tom talks about how the pandemic has given him perspective on his triathlon performance.

     

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  • 6x IRONMAN World Champion, Dave Scott, explains why you should consider compression socks or sleeves. Dave wears them 24/7, for training, racing, and recovery - so he reveals why he is crazy about them.

     

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  • 6x IRONMAN™ Triathlon World Champion Dave Scott answers one of your swim questions... Should an average swimmer kick during their IRONMAN swim?

     

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  • Do you have a real quick catch, or feel like you are turning over too fast? You also asked about bilateral breathing in your IRONMAN race... Dave answers questions about your swim related problems (including Jellyfish) and helps you address those issues in your training.

     

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  • Gravelnaut x HUUB

    Gravelnauts are explorers, cyclists with a spirit for epic adventures, challenging themselves without races by exploring new spaces. Being a Gravelnaut is about exploration and making adventure accessible to everyone - seeking out fresh environments, extreme conditions, or deeper levels of suffering.

    A new generation of cyclists inspired to view the mundane with a more inquisitive eye, finding their own adventures in local surroundings and sharing their stories with each other. Gravel is a gateway to exploration - of the self and the world.

     

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