Beginner triathletes are often overwhelmed by the equipment they need for swimming. We look at the basics of what should be in your swim bag, and look at some other pieces of equipment that might be worth adding to your swim-training arsenal.
If you’re searching for a thoughtful present to get the triathlete in your life this holiday season, look no further than a new piece of swimming gear.
Garmin has launched a new version of its swim watch, one that provides wrist-based heart-rate data. The Swim 2 works for pool workouts or in open water, providing distance, pace, stroke count and distance-per-stroke […]
Before slipping into the Blue Seventy Helix, I had only seen the suit on Canadians Lionel Sanders, Paula Findlay and Jackson Laundry. So, I was pretty stoked to give the Helix a “tri” on […]
Right away, I knew I was going to enjoy the Blue Seventy Reaction wetsuit. At face value, it is an affordable option (MSRP $625), but it still offers high-performance features including a more flexible […]
Finally, after months of lane swimming, the open water season is back. As I prepare for the half-Ironman race in Muskoka on July 7th, I was able to do several open water swim sessions […]
With a wide view, the SWANS Ascender makes for a great triathlon-specific goggle. Comparable to the Speedo MDR 2.4, the Ascender adopts an outer eye fit with comfortable pads around the eyes. The mirrored […]