Team Coach Paul Ransome wasn't short of volunteers to test out his new triathlon training camp in southern Spain. A March mini break consisting of swimming, cycling, running, and, let's be honest, lots of tapas and sangria....in the SUNSHINE?! I for one couldn't sign up fast enough!Read More
It was a great day to be out watching the Urban Endurance team put some stellar performances in for their first race of the season and make me proud to be they coach.
The transition from beginner to an Olympian is an extremely challenging emotionally with many highs and lows.
At the age of 8 I joined my local swimming club, in Hartlepool and I never thought I would become a full time athlete, an Olympian or even a 200m Butterfly swimmer!Read More
Between the 3 of us, we have always wanted a go round the velodrome and actually after watching Rio 2016 we were inspired to book a trip and it was great to be able to share the day with members.Read More
2017 is fast approaching and Urban Endurance have launched a team focused on helping triathletes achieve their goals over the 70.3 and Ironman distance triathlonRead More
It's been nearly a month since I qualified for the Ironman World Championships and it's been good to let loose and enjoy myself a bit more with the pressure off one aspect of my life. Most importantly it's given me more time to devote to my family and it's been very beneficial as my son Cameron can now ride a bike without stabilisers, I'm always doing some form of coaching!Read More
Paul documents his journey for Tri- Radar
Introducing Paul Ransome, an age group triathlete who has qualified for Kona 2017 and who will be sharing his journey with us over the coming months.
First off, yes it is true you have to take your credit card to the awards ceremony and be prepared to drop nearly $1000 minutes after shouting ‘YES!’ Read more about his blog via the linkRead More
Joey's European Championship Triathlon for Age Group 'Team GB'
Held in the mountains of Austria; Starting with a crystal clear lake swim, followed by a 56 mile bike ride cutting through the Austrian countryside and hills, finishing with a half marathon run under the suns rays. Click our blog to find out more...Read More
Could Body Awareness Be the answer to Injury Prevention?
by Adeleine Blackman
My job as a Sports Therapist isn’t just to assess and treat patients but also to educate them to help themselves. Finding the root cause of a problem happens by assessing the possible mechanical issues, for instance identifying whether a lower back pain was caused by a direct trauma, a musculoskeletal dysfunction, an underlying clinical pathology or an overuse issue?Read More