Created On: 29 March 2012

Dengie Events, organisers of Sprint, Olympic, Middle and Long Distance triathlons in Essex have announced a series of training courses for their events aimed at developing the triathlon performance and enhancing the training of new and experienced triathletes alike.
Triathlon Europe have earned a reputation for being the premium triathlon training provider in the French Alps. In addition to their alpine training weeks Triathlon Europe will be organising the 3 Day Weekend Triathlon Courses based in Suffolk. The training course dates are:

Friday 18th to Sunday 20th May 2012
An early season focus on technical aspects:
-Transition workshop - learning tips and tricks
-Race specific sessions to develop cycling pace awareness and run strength off the bike
-Swim Video filming analysis and stroke correction with a SwimSmooth certified coach
Friday 29th June to Sunday 1st July 2012
This 3 day course focus is on Olympic and middle distance race preparation:
-Open water skills and strategies to leave you fresh and fast for the bike and run
-Developing an optimal aero position on the bike and time trialling workshop
-Transition skills and run pacing

Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July 2012
A weekend workshop specifically for long course/ Ironman triathletes:
-Identifying your nutritional needs and putting together a race specific plan
-Progressing your cycle mileage and efficiency for the marathon
-Swim Video filming analysis and stroke correction with a SwimSmooth certified coach

Jamie Cooper, Race Director for Dengie Events, said "We are delighted that Triathlon Europe will continue to be the training and coaching partner for our events. The training courses they have developed will be fantastic for athletes of all abilities and serve as great preparation for our events and the triathlon season"

For more information on these training courses please visit:

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