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Best Adventure Race in the World?

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 by

Killarney Adventure Race started 5 years ago and has grown to be the biggest adventure race in the world of its type. Now 2,500 people descend on Killarney at the start of October each year and compete in a variety of distances from 25km to a monster 70km.  Amphibia has sponsored this race for the

I love tough triathlons! When you aren’t that fast it helps if the course and/or conditions are tough and sticky to slow others down.  Ive competed in some of the toughest triathlons in the UK and Ireland over the past few years but now i can bear testament to the fact that the toughest of

Brutal Double Ironman

Wednesday, 23 September 2015 by

I’m sat in my girlfriends house in Dublin relaxing after most prob one of the best experiences of my life. My body’s in bits but it’s somehow enjoyable in a weird kind of way, i’ve put it through hell and back and its enjoying its rest now.  After supporting my brother last year i decided

The Sandman Triathlon is a tough but very enjoyable race that I sponsor and compete in every year.  It’s without doubt one of the most iconic triathlons in the UK and after seeing it a couple of years ago on TV i just knew i had to get involved.   As the 2015 event drew nearer

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It’s been a while since my last blog and quite a bit’s been going on. Its less than 3 weeks to the Brutal Double Ironman kicks of so its getting exiting and nerve wracking at the same time. The bike distance was playing on my mind as the furthest i’ve cycled in one sitting is

The Perfect Changing Mat

Thursday, 27 August 2015 by

The Dry Mat evolved simply due to demand from customers.  We already provided a basic mat in our XBag that people loved – so handy for getting changed outdoor on rough or mucky ground, or indoors on wet changing rooms. People wanted a separate mat that they could buy without buying a bag – fair

First Triathlon

Friday, 31 July 2015 by

Are you thinking about doing your first triathlon? You’ve seen the distances (750mtr swim; 20km bike; 5km run or shorter for a tri-a-tri) and there is nothing that scares you, certainly not with a bit of training beforehand anyway. It’s just a bit daunting as you thought only real athletes did triathlons! But then you

AMPHIBIA BLOG – MATHEW PRITCHARD Firstly, i’ve got my licence back and i’m finally behind the wheel again. Some will say “oh god help us” but I’m over the moon as i can now drive to the pool at a time that suits me to train plus i can drive to Pen-y-Fan mountain again as

This spring I began to plan my triathlon race calendar-a silver medal in my age group at the 2014 European Aquathlon Championships meant that I had pre-qualified for this year’s championship race, so I was expecting to focus on my swimming and running. However, all that changed when I was asked to join the Le

Hello all, just catching up where i left on my last blog for my up and coming double Brutal Ironman distance triathlon attempt. I only realised the other day how close the challenge actually is!  I met up with my coach Mark Whittle and he’s basically told me that distances and sessions are going to

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