• Our 2019 Highlights

    Georgia Taylor Brown

    As 2019 comes to a close, we take a look at the best moments from the last year...

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  • Ross Edgley

    Yesterday, Ross Edgley became the first person to swim around mainland Great Britain. After 157 days at sea and 2000 miles later the adventurer returned to the same spot he started his epic journey with four new World records.

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  • HUUB on track

    Renowned for the fastest wetsuits in triathlon, we’re now throwing our energies into cycling by supporting an up and coming East Midlands track team preparing to storm the Paris velodrome in the opening World Cup event this weekend. HUUB founder and chief executive, Dean Jackson, explains why it’s both an exciting time – and the right time – to launch Team HUUB Wattbike…

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  • David McNamee

    The Big Island of Hawaii is triathlon’s Mecca, yet few triathletes get to experience the Ironman World Championship first-hand, and fewer still race it as a professional. So once the cannon fires, what’s it really like? What of the rough water swim? The rolling Queen K highway? The furnace of the natural energy lab? Or the finish chute on Ali’i Drive? To gain a first-hand perspective, 2017’s third-place finisher, HUUB athlete David McNamee takes us inside his race…

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  • Team Interview

    With 32 medals over the last three Olympic Games, the velodrome has long been the preserve of British Cycling. How do you challenge that? Step forward Team HUUB Wattbike...

    Sports journalist, Tim Heming, talks to the team to tell this unlikely story, about far more than the ability to push a pedal. It centres on the hunger and disruptive mindset to challenge the status quo at every level - from training to tactics, attitude to equipment, socks to skinsuits - to deliver much more than marginal gains.

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  • Arch to Arc

    Lawyer, Perrine Fages breaks the women’s record in one of the world’s toughest endurance challenges, the Enduroman Arch to Arc. A challenge which sees competitors run 140km from London’s Marble Arch to Dover, swim the English Channel and then bike 288km from Calais to the Arc De Triomphe in Paris.

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    On 6th August 2018, Claire Draper will be attempting to swim The Wash. When HUUB read about this challenge they really wanted to help. Claire is doing this to raise money for one of her friends' children fighting high-risk neuroblastoma, and if she succeeds she will become only the second woman in history to complete the swim, previously only finished by professional swimmers in the 1970’s.

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  • Ramsterdam

    The team will begin their 145-mile journey from Barnsley’s Oakwell Stadium where they will travel to Hull, and then get an overnight ferry before their scenic ride to the finish line at the Ajax stadium. Alongside creating the fastest wetsuits and swimskins, HUUB has had a team focusing on cycling.

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