Sometime, way back in the midst of 2015, we heard that the WTS was coming to Leeds. Hurrah, we thought. Let’s get our entries in early – which we did and then thought no more about it. At the risk of sounding like I’m getting the excuses in early, it’s not really my sort of race. The city centre races tend to have quite technical bike courses with 180 degree turns and a lot of testosterone fuelled men with disc wheels who are hoping for a PB on flat courses. There are not often many hills on these courses and again, whilst I haven’t quite worked out the weight to power ratio that most climbers have (or stopped drinking wine), we do most of our training in the hills and ‘undulating’ courses tend to suit me best. The best thing about Leeds would be the atmosphere and having […]
Back to Fitness, who are based in Ripponden, were recommended to me 5 years ago and I can’t praise them highly enough. I have been a runner all my life and am forever battling injuries. Charlotte Murray, who owns the practice, and Joe Washington, are superb at diagnosing injuries and looking at your biomechanics to find the root cause of the problem.
Back to Fitness have offered club members a discount for an initial consultation of £40 instead of £50,then half hour sessions at £30 instead of £35. They also offer sports massages which are excellent (can be painful!)
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- time for each discipline
- rank, i.e. how your time for that discipline ranks compared with all the other finishers in your category
- “expected” – this is a calculation of how long the average person in your category would have taken at that discipline if their finish time was the same as your overall finish time. i.e. it shows what time you would be expected to do in that discipline based on your finish time.
- “gain”/”loss” – this shows how much time you gained or lost compared to that expected time.
- “run fade” – this shows how much you slowed up over the final couple of laps on the run compared to the first […]
This weekend, 11th / 12th June, the ITU world triathlon is coming to Leeds. Lots of members are taking part in the open race in the sprint and standard distance. Start times ranging from 7am to 10am. Time after for a few drinks and a quick catch up before watching the pro race. It’s going to be an amazing weekend. Good luck to everyone racing. Open race route