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Welcome to Endurance Sports Coaching: triathlon coaching based in Bristol. Multiple award-winning triathlon coach, Andy Bullock, heads up a small but perfectly-formed team of coaches who offer triathlon and multisport coaching for athletes from beginners to elites. As vastly experienced coaches; they will work with you to help you achieve your triathlon dream. To find out more about Andy, the other coaches and what they can do for you, please browse our website.
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ESC Update - July 2015

The month started with good performances from Grace France at a local 1500m open water swim and James Grandfield at the Wales sportive while over in Europe it was hot! Very hot! Sweltering in 40 degree heat IM Frankfurt produced a tough day for all involved and Chris Hornung didn't get the result he wanted. Sometimes you don't know how you are going to react to the heat and this was one of those days.

Moving forward a week James Grandfield, not content with one race went in for both the Ullswater tri and the epic swim the next day. James is working hard towards Ironman Wales in September so these races provided an opportunity to test out a few ideas and see if they are worth continuing with. Linzey Ryan put in a race at Eton Dorney and considering the amount of training a hectic work schedule is allowing she continue to perform with a positive attitude. Determination here is key!

Next up was the National Champs at Liverpool with the South West Academy again getting strong results in both the youth girls and boys races. Things are looking good for the superseries rankings this year. Grace France also stepped up to race the elite event and as always it's a learning curve with draft legal racing and her result was much improved from Blenheim especially in the swim, which was the area she had been working on. Maria Powell also entered the event knowing she would only complete the swim due to injury. A brave decision but, the swim was strong and confidence is growing here ready for next year.

On the coaching front Andy headed out to Italy with the British Paratriathlon squad to oversee some very successful racing and then the following week went to Banyoles with the British Youth team for the European Youth Relays to oversee Britain finish first (male) and second (female) along with some very good results in the U23's individual (Lucy Hall- Gold; Marc Austin- Silver) and relay teams (silver). The weather at both events was hot but hey, this is summer right?!

Tip of the month Don't let injury hold you back. Focus on what you can do and remember you'll come back stronger!

Recipe of the month: Sugar and nut free chocolate brownie An interesting take on chocolate brownies without the sugar. They take good!

ESC Update - June 2015

Strong results and a good bit of learning!

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ESC Update - May 2015

Now. May was a busy month!

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ESC Update - April 2015

Time trials, duathlons and a little sprint or two.

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ESC Update - March 2015

Training races, progression and the National Duathlon Championships

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ESC Update - February 2015

Multi-terrain races and the 220 Triathlon Show.

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ESC Update - January 2015

A new year and some new challenges

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