Getting started in triathlon can be a little overwhelming… afterall, it’s not just 1 sport, it’s 3 and then there’s the so-called 4th leg of a triathlon — “transition”. For anyone new to the sport, our advice for the first race is simple: have fun. Sure, you want to be prepared and if you’re a competitive type, you want to go fast, but if you accept the fact that you’ll look back on your first race experience and quickly identify a variety of things you should have done differently, then your head is in the right place.
Read below for a series of articles written for beginners to the great sport of triathlon. We hope you find them helpful!
My Time to Tri
Visit the My Time to Tri website for great resources to help you get started on the journey to complete your first triathlon. Use a simple slider tool that asks about your swim, bike and run skill levels and you’ll receive a free triathlon training plan. The site also includes lots of great articles, a […]
Let’s Try a Triathlon
The New York Times gave the sport of triathlon some love with a great article that encouraged people seeking a new challenge to “try a tri”. Are you tri curious? Give it a read with a click here.