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  • Tom Bishop

    In his second instalment from Australia's Gold Coast, the 28-year-old takes us inside the training camp as Team GB prepares for the season's first race and an uncertain summer ahead.

    Just like the rest of the world, triathlon has been rocked by Coronavirus. It's been the unavoidable topic of conversation for all of us out here, especially with the World Triathlon Series race in Abu Dhabi being just one among many cancellations. We are racing Mooloolaba World Cup tomorrow as our opener, but it will only just happen in time. As of March 16, the Australian government are cancelling any event with more than 500 people in attendance.

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  • Tom Bishop Gold Coast

    Great Britain and HUUB triathlete Tom Bishop has been a consistent performer on the World Triathlon Series for several years. As he prepares for what could be the biggest season of his career, the 28-year-old takes us Down Under on British Triathlon's pre-season training camp on Australia's Gold Coast.

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  • Dave Scott Swim Clinic

    The gratification is from the day to day quest to be ready, so do it… Dave Scott shares his fun alternatives to your schedule.

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  • David McNamee

    HUUB’s David McNamee lives in Girona, Spain, which has recently been hard hit by Coronavirus. He, along with the rest of Spain, is stuck in self-isolation right now and can only leave the house for essential or emergency journeys. Sport is banned, and all pools are closed. As he is in the middle of it, here is what he has learned...

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  • Mooloolaba World Cup

    With the postponement of the Abu Dhabi World Triathlon Series due to the uncertainty surrounding Covid-19, attention now falls on Mooloolaba World Cup which will kick off the 2020 season. Many athletes intending on racing Abu Dhabi WTS made quick decisions to jump on a plane to the Sunshine Coast to continue their quest for Olympic selection, a decision that may prove critical with the uncertainty of racing in the near future. The race in Mooloolaba comes just in time with authorities cancelling all major sporting events across Australia from the Monday following.

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  • Fenella Langridge

    HUUB are excited to officially welcome Fenella Langridge to the HUUB family. An athlete that stormed onto the middle distance scene in 2018, with three podiums from three IRONMAN 70.3 starts before taking her first victory at IRONMAN 70.3 Edinburgh. 2019 was another strong season for the breakthrough Brit, and we’re looking forward to what 2020 brings with her season starting at Challenge Salou towards the end of March.

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  • Ribble Pro Cycling

    Ribble Pro Cycling is the UK's number one ranked team for the third consecutive year, with 80 race victories both domestically and internationally. HUUB is pleased to announce they have partnered with the team as the official clothing and kit supplier for 2020, and look forward to aiding the teams' performance under the banner of 'Ribble Weldtite Optimized by HUUB'.

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  • HUUB Wattbike

    At the National Track Championships in Manchester, HUUB Wattbike smashed the velodrome's team-pursuit record, and also set a new championship record on the way to retaining their national title, with a time of 3.54.0 in the gold medal final.

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