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  • Super League

    The Super League Arena Games are taking place this weekend in London, bringing a sense of familiarity back to the triathlon world. With the prospect of mass participation races on the horizon, there is undoubtedly a renewed hope that 2021 will be a little different to 2020.

    The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will welcome 20 of the world’s best short and long-distance athletes, where they will take part in a number of indoor super sprint triathlon races. Also featuring in the racing this weekend will be a Paratriathlon event, a first in Super League history.

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  • Derbados Ten Time Trial

    HUUB and RGT Cycling have today announced the launch of the Derbados Ten, an eight week Time Trial Series that will give cyclists from around the world an insight into the Great British obsession with Time Trials. Time trials have always been a low-cost way of testing yourself against the clock, and our Derbados Ten is no different. It's not even £1 and a cup of tea... These events are free, and you won't have to subscribe to get involved!

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  • Billy's Big Red Nose Day Challenge

    An elated but exhausted Billy Monger completed his gruelling 140-mile triathlon inspired Red Nose Day challenge that saw him walk, cycle and kayak across England, as he crossed the finish line at his home race circuit, Brands Hatch, in Kent.

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  • HUUB x Yonda

    We have unveiled a collaboration with Yonda that asks UK triathletes to 'Support British Brands'. The Support British Brands campaign notes that both HUUB and Yonda are… 'Proudly supporting British athletes, British events and British business. By rights, we should be rivals, but through tough times we need strong allies.'

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  • Sam Holness

    We're excited to announce our partnership with ‘Super’ Sam Holness, who recently launched his campaign to become the first autistic Ironman athlete. The three-year deal will not only provide the same world-leading triathlon and cycling equipment used by athletes Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee but will also include swim and bike aerodynamics and position testing and support.

    Additionally, HUUB has agreed to help Sam fundraise for causes supporting autistic, neurodiverse and BAME sports communities, areas of huge importance to Sam.

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  • Billy Monger

    Professional racing driver and double-leg amputee, Billy Monger, is attempting to undertake a gruelling triathlon inspired challenge, in support of Red Nose Day. Over the course of four days, Billy will be battling the elements as well as physical and mental exhaustion, as he sets out to walk, kayak and cycle a staggering 140 miles. Along the way, he’ll be supported by family, friends and some very special guests to help spur him on to the finish line.

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  • Tom Bishop

    We are proud to announce our 10-year partnership with GB Elite Triathlete Tom Bishop that will see him race for HUUB for the rest of his career.

    HUUB has worked with Tom ever since he progressed from being a junior to elite triathlete in 2013. Tom is now ranked in the top 75 ITU athletes globally and is tipped to form part of the British Triathlon team in Tokyo this summer.

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  • Limited Edition Brownlee Agilis

    It is now the third year since the introduction of the Brownlee Agilis wetsuit. It would have been a pretty standard year until 2020 and Covid-19 turned 2021 into an Olympic year. HUUB decided to celebrate long-standing sponsored athletes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee’s achievements over the last two Olympics with two Limited Edition Brownlee Agilis Wetsuits. The suits represent the colour of the medals won by Alistair and Jonny in the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Olympic triathlons.

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