Angela Naeth: “I almost quit. Here’s what kept me going”

October 2nd, 2017 by Angela Naeth | Posted in Blogs, Feature | No Comments »

Everyone goes through rough patches in sport and life. Angela Naeth shares how she’s kept going despite a year of major challenges in her career.


What it takes to become a professional triathlete

August 21st, 2017 by Angela Naeth | Posted in Blogs, Feature | 2 Comments »

I’ve been asked a few times now what it takes to become a professional triathlete. The simple answer is work hard, rest hard and have a coach and support network that can help you.  […]


Coach Alex Coates on the “just do your job” mentality

August 2nd, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Blogs, Feature, News | No Comments »

There is a well-known phrase in elite triathlon that goes, “Just Do Your Job”. I don’t know exactly who coined it, but Simon and Paulo Sousa certainly use(d) it quite a bit, as did […]


Kirsten Sweetland’s tips for safely achieving race weight

May 18th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Blogs, Healthy Eating | No Comments »

Carefully fasted workouts and consuming protein before bed help Kirsten Sweetland safely achieve race weight.


Op-ed: Will Alistair Brownlee reign supreme at the full distance, as well?

May 11th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Blogs, Feature | No Comments »

Guest columnist Alex Saint-Jalm argues that Alistair Brownlee has set a new bar in non-drafting triathlon.


Coach Paul Duncan: Getting out of the grey zone in training

May 5th, 2017 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Blogs, Feature, Training | No Comments »

Wondering why you aren’t making linear improvements in your triathlon game? Have you ever considered you may be training too hard too often or too easy? If you are just training “by feel”, chances are that […]


Angela Naeth’s favourite swim drill

April 20th, 2017 by Angela Naeth | Posted in Blogs, Swim, Workouts | No Comments »

Angela Naeth shares the swimming drill that gets her in top shape for fast swim splits.