Le Tour….l’offre…

Well it’s that special time of year again when both cycling and non-cycling fans tune in to watch the daily drama of the Tour de France. This year could have been rather dull and tedious (despite the stunning scenery), but … Read More

A Picture Says A Thousand Words – European Championships 2016 — jamesphillipstriathlon

At Sportstest we are really proud to be working with James Phillips. We hope you will enjoy his thoughts on what we think is an awesome performance at the European Sprint Triathlon Championships… I’m on the plane back from my … Read More

The Evolution of Sportstest RT

From small acorns, mighty oaks grow! The start has been a bumpy one, with Karen crashing today and breaking her collar bone. This will need to be operated on, and plated, but whilst it may slow progress, it certainly won’t … Read More

Tat-too go faster!

  Apologies, it has been an age since my last blog!  Life has been really busy: early season fitness testing, training camps, and coaching all take a large amount of my time, however, I also like to keep in touch … Read More

A Day In The Lab.

So it’s been a while since I last posted anything but that doesn’t mean that it’s been a quiet time in the New Forest – in fact it’s been the opposite and I’ve been making some exciting new p… Source: … Read More

Best laid schemes of mice and men (aka the Dambuster Duathlon)

The last chance to enter the 2016 Dambuster Duathlon is tomorrow at noon! Here are my thoughts from the 2015 event….what a lot has happened in the past 12 months. Hope to see you there (athletes, marshalls and spectators) all … Read More

The appliance of science

Fancy a small challenge? Darren Franks recently visited the lab in preparation for the Transcontinental Cycle race. That’s Flanders to Istanbul, totally unsupported, a route of approximately 4000km with around 55,000m of climbing! Here’s how Sportstest are helping….

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