About Triathlove

Inspiring women who tri

Triathlove started life in 2014 as a training blog for my first ironman, but quickly became a place for me to share the stories of  inspiring women I met along the way, who swim, cycle and run.

The Triathlove principles

Tri

Triathlon. People say it’s not three sports, it’s one. But let’s face it, triathletes are swimmers, runners and cyclists. This site aims to celebrate it all.

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Athletes.  Young and old, newbies to super-duper seasoned pros. Triathlon treats everyone equally. Triathlove aims to celebrate people at all levels too.

love

Love. Arf. This bit’s all about sensitivity. This website does its darnedest to tell people’s stories kindly and truthfully, as it should be.

Triathlon has taken me to some amazing locations, given me a platform upon which to conquer fears, and introduced me to some great people. What’s it done for you? Get in touch! Let’s talk tri…

Latest Articles

Jun15
How I Went to Denmark and ‘Won’
How I Went to Denmark and ‘Won’
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When life did a curveball on me this year and thwarted my training plans something rotten, I had a choice. Go to Denmark and do my best, or bail out in a mess of lack of fitness. Some of those…

Jun09
Challenge Herning – ETU Middle Distance Championship
Challenge Herning – ETU Middle Distance Championship
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I’ve arrived in Denmark with a dodgy pair of ankles, a few extra pounds, a dent in my fitness but my spirits in tact… Within hours of arriving in Denmark I’d got a hug from the best Ironman triathlete in the…

Mar25
Q&A with Eleanor, Training for Transcon Race 2017
Q&A with Eleanor, Training for Transcon Race 2017
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Meet Eleanor, self-confessed ‘transcon nutter.’ I meet Eleanor in a bright and breezy coffee shop by the river in south Bristol. The wind’s blowing outside in a nippy fashion, but in the Little Victories coffee shop, it’s warm enough for…