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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 - August 2014

Monthly news

Plenty of racing for ESCoach athletes this month, well it is 'the season' after all!

Elite racing - British Superseries

In the elite superseries Grace France raced back to back weekends with a standard distance at London Triathlon and a sprint distance at the British Championships in Liverpool. Both races provided a strong ground for learning in different ways. To read more about how to do back to back races please read my blog. Natalie Seymour unfortunately missed these races due to a broken collar bone (See June update) stepped training back up after a intensive spell of rehab and is now setting her sights on a good winter of training and racing. Welcome back Natalie.

Youth and Junior Superseries

South west academy athletes wrapped up a successful year with strong performances at both Liverpool and Nottingham. Despite many hours training in 'toughening up' weather over the winter it wasn't needed in Liverpool as the youth race managed to be completed before the bad weather came in. This was followed up a couple of weeks later by the final race in Nottingham as part of the U20's triathlon festival. More impressive racing for both the youths and juniors and being the last race in the super series points were at stake which meant fierce competition and good results for South West juniors. With trials for the 2014/15 squad at the start of September the coaching team at the academy are looking forward to more high-potential athletes coming to the fore. More news on this next month.

World Championships

The Para-triathlon world championships took place in Edmonton at the end of August along with the elite and age-group races. With news coming back of sunshine, blue skies and great courses all was set for some good results. First up is Alison Patrick who won gold in the PT5 (visually impaired) category in Edmonton. Alison was 'discovered' after she came along to a British Triathlon talent ID day in February 2013. She has continued to work hard over the last 18-months and is now a world champion what is even more exciting is that all those who work with her know there is more to come! Elsewhere at the World Champs Maria Powell backed up an excellent performance winning her age-group at the National Championships in Liverpool with a super strong race in Edmonton and picked up a bronze medal in the 45-49 age-group. Pippa Tanner also backed up a strong Liverpool performance with another at Edmonton and a number of BAD Tri athletes also enjoyed their trips to Canada competing in a range of age-groups.

Elsewhere

Clare Fearns put in a strong performance in her first standard distance race and clocked up a 10K PB in Middlesborough; Kari Hallgrimmson took on and completed the challenge on Weisbaden 70.3 while James Grandfield is gearing up for Challenge Weymouth in the middle of next month.

Finally, Bristol University

September typically brings the best weather of the summer and also the university students. With Bristol Uni tri club growing year on year all looks set for another three terms of triathlon fun starting off with building towards the BUCS duathlon in November. Hope you are all ready to get started!

Training tip of the month - Back to back races are possible however, recovery needs to be top of the agenda...

Recipe of the month - Sea bass and seafood one-pot . Serve with quinoa for good quality low-GI carbs.


ESC Update - July 2014

Tour de France, IM Germany and Geneva

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ESC Update - June 2014

European Championships, Superseries and a little run out for Andy!

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ESC Update - May 2014

Plenty of racing and a trip overseas

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ESC Update - April 2014

Final Academy weekend for the winter and a few early season races

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ESC Update - March 2014

Duathlons and lots of running...

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ESC Update - February 2014

Duathlons and the Triathlon Show

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