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Windrush Open Water Swimming Guidelines

Posted by Alex Balmer on May 18, 2020 at 10:00

Indoor Trainer Guide

Posted by Jack Thomas on May 15, 2020 at 15:35

Virtual Summer Running Challenge

Posted by Tim Northam on March 21, 2020 at 14:00 — 1 Comment

IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE

Posted by Emily Robinson on March 16, 2020 at 21:25 — 1 Comment

Windrush ‘official’ WhatsApp chat

Posted by Rebecca Goodwin on May 10, 2018 at 23:00 — 4 Comments

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Club discount at SportsShoes

Started by Alicja Furmanczyk in General May 10.

Windrush Virtual 2.6 Challenge

Started by Laura Hamilton in General Apr 24.

Spam messages on forum

Started by Colin M in General Apr 13.

Cake Club Cake Challenge

Started by Cat Baron in General Mar 31.

Local club supporting local businesses 2 Replies

Started by Emily Robinson in General. Last reply by Laura Hamilton Mar 19.

ReCycle from Strype Street Cycles

Started by David Sandars in General Mar 15.

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Alex Balmer posted a blog post

Windrush Open Water Swimming Guidelines

WINDRUSH OPEN WATER SWIMMING GUIDELINESSome open water swimming venues are starting to reopen which is great for those of us who have been missing being in the water! Open water can include rivers, lakes, natural pools and the sea. There is a big difference between swimming in a pool and swimming outdoors, which comes with its own set of dangers. As a British Triathlon affiliated club, we encourage following their…See More
May 21
A blog post by Alex Balmer was featured

Windrush Open Water Swimming Guidelines

WINDRUSH OPEN WATER SWIMMING GUIDELINESSome open water swimming venues are starting to reopen which is great for those of us who have been missing being in the water! Open water can include rivers, lakes, natural pools and the sea. There is a big difference between swimming in a pool and swimming outdoors, which comes with its own set of dangers. As a British Triathlon affiliated club, we encourage following their…See More
May 18
Alex Balmer posted a blog post

Windrush Open Water Swimming Guidelines

WINDRUSH OPEN WATER SWIMMING GUIDELINESSome open water swimming venues are starting to reopen which is great for those of us who have been missing being in the water! Open water can include rivers, lakes, natural pools and the sea. There is a big difference between swimming in a pool and swimming outdoors, which comes with its own set of dangers. As a British Triathlon affiliated club, we encourage following their…See More
May 18
A blog post by Jack Thomas was featured

Indoor Trainer Guide

INDOOR TRAINER GUIDE With more free time than we know what to do with during COVID, plenty of members have made the jump to training indoors. Hopefully this guide is a helpful tool to help you get started. I’ll try and cover the types of indoor trainers before going into the different apps available to aid with training (/racing) indoors.Equipment noted with an asterix (*) isn’t required to get started - only required for smart training (zwift / trainerroad / sufferfest)Strongly Recommended for…See More
May 15
Emily Robinson commented on Rebecca Goodwin's blog post Exercising/training guidance during COVID-19
"As of 13th May there is updated guidance for exercising outside: In regards to cycling please see British Cycling website for the full guidance…"
May 13
Alicja Furmanczyk posted a discussion

Club discount at SportsShoes

Hi all, We have been given a club discount of 10% and free shipping on orders placed at SportsShoes.com. The discount changes every month - the new code for the month of May is HXS7 – valid until 3rd June 2020.The discount is intended for our club members and we have been asked not to share widely.Happy training!ThanksAlicja See More
May 10
Rebecca Goodwin posted a blog post

Brick (bike to run) training top tips!

A brick session is when with little rest or interruption in between you complete a bike ride followed by a run.The reason for doing brick sessions is to help your body get used to switching from one discipline immediately to another.  Bike to run is called transition 2 (T2) in a race and with regular practice you could knock seconds or even minutes off your over all time!Most athletes find the transition from bike to the run the toughest so here are some tips:Start with an easy bike session…See More
May 7
Christine Lutsch commented on Ben Daniels's blog post England Athletics - Athlete Registration for 2020-2021
"I wish they could simplify the process."
May 6

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