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Interviews

21
February
2014

Mark Kleanthous - Training Camp facilities

  

 Mark Kleanthous is one of the most respected Triathlon coaches. He has just completed his 36th Ironman, at Lake Tahoe. In this interview, the second in this series, he talks about what he looks for in a training camp venue. See Mark's page on whichtrainingcamp.com    

Categories: Interviews, All topics, Triathlon

21
February
2014

WTC's interview with Richard Prebble

 
   

 Richard Preebles talks with WhichTrainingCamp about his riding experiences in Mallorca and passes on advise to others.   

 

 

Categories: Interviews, All topics, Cycling

21
February
2014

What cyclists look for in a cycling training camp

Which training camp suits you?

You know you're a real cyclist when your ?holiday, trip away or mini-break takes place just before the start of ?the racing or sportive ?season and involves travel to warmer climes with, of course, your bike.

These ‘holidays' are a great way to make sure you can compete for the whole of the season ahead, and since they're referred to as training camps, even if they're more of a holiday, they makes us feel more ‘pro'. Getting a group together and heading for sunnier skies, smoother roads and quieter towns mean those last few miles will be easier to claim.

What are the benefits?
Camps are used to gain every benefit from your winter's base training and to prepare you for the up-and-coming season by fine-tuning your form both physically and mentally.

Categories: Interviews, All topics, Cycling

21
February
2014

Where would Sebastian Schmidt prefer to be on training camp?

Q: You are currently in Sabaudia, Italy. How long have you been here?

Sebastian Schmidt: We've been here for little less than a week...

Q: How long will you stay?
SS: ... and we're staying here until the 14th of March.

Categories: Interviews, All topics, Rowing

21
February
2014

Seville training sets Cawthorn on long haul to Rio 2016

Starting the long haul to the Rio 2016 Games, Sprint Canoeist, Rachel Cawthorn, is part of GB Canoeing’s squad gathered in the Spanish town of Seville this week for the first training camp of 2013

“And every year we never quite know what race we are going to end up doing until we have had the selections, especially this year because the squad has grown and a few younger girls have joined in. 

“This year was always going to be a bit different because some people retire after the Games, others have a year off and might come back again next year.  It is a bit of a change around here and it will be good to go and race again and see what's happening.”

Categories: Interviews, All topics, Canoeing