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Down’s syndrome, triathlon and me

Jade Kingdom first got into triathlon in 2018 and competed in the sprint distance race at the 2021 London Triathlon to raise money for The North Devon Hospice.

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British Triathlon and Home Nations launch The Big Reboot

With the UK and devolved governments announcing or in the process of announcing their roadmaps out of national lockdowns, British Triathlon, Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon have announced The Big Reboot which will lead the sport back to activity in 2021.

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Important information on COVID-19 – updated Tuesday 17 March

Based on the latest government guidance around Coronavirus/COVID-19, British Triathlon and the 3 Home Nations (Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon) have suspended organised triathlon activity with immediate effect until at least 30 April.

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Level 3 High Performing Coach Programme 2020/2021

Dates announced and applications open for the Level 3 High Performing Coach Programme for 2020.

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Sport England Campaign: We Are Undefeatable

A major new Sport England campaign to support people with long-term health conditions to be active

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#TriJanuary aims to get 5000 people active through swim, bike and run

Deborah James and Lauren Mahon, from multi-award winning You Me and the Big C podcast, are two of four famous faces calling on thousands of people to join them in taking on a multisport challenge in the new year.

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More females involved with triathlon than ever before

British Triathlon has reported a surge in female involvement within the sport, now seeing more females than males take on triathlon as a novice.

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Sarah Taylor – Helping us to Celebrate Women’s Sport Week

Sarah Taylor has been volunteering in triathlon for 14 years. She has invested her own funds into travelling all over the world to help officiate and support triathlons at every level, including as an official for Olympics, Commonwealth Games and Paralympics. Without officials, none of these events would be able to happen.

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Clare Cotterill – Helping Us to Celebrate Women’s Sport Week

Clare Cotterill started out running before she was coerced into a triathlon by friends. That was in May 2015. By August she had entered her first half distance for the following May and then a year later she is all set for her first Ironman – training 15 hours a week as a single mum with two kids and a full-time teaching job.

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Farina Cahm – Helping Us to Celebrate Women’s Sport Week

Farina Cahm was terrified of swimming and a sheer determination to get her daughter in the pool and learning to swim started her triathlon journey with a big splash at the age of 40. Farina went from not being able to swim to completing her first GO TRI beginner triathlon in two years.

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