The Triathlon Show today announces its best line-up of exhibitors yet. Held on 1st to 3rd March 2013 at Sandown Park, the show caters for all triathletes and multi-sports enthusiasts, from the casual beginner through to the elite. It will have everything a triathlete needs to prepare for the 2013 season, from information on triathlon camps, to bike boxes, to fitness testing, to Q&As with the biggest names in the sport.
Among the exhibitors to this year’s Triathlon Show is the world-renowned Surrey Human Performance Institute, which is taking bookings for its Advice Clinic, offering a range of sessions, from maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) and Anaerobic Threshold testing on a treadmill; the ‘gold standard’ of fitness tests. It is also offering sessions on body composition, precision hydration measurements and offering advice on strength and conditioning, yoga and nutrition.
Exciting product launches are also expected from a range of exhibitors, including Orca who is launching its new 2013 wetsuit. RunBreeze is also launching its 2013 range of apparel and Swimovate is expected to launch a new product. On, the revolutionary running shoe brand will also be launching its 2013 range of shoes.
Mako Sport is also launching into the UK at the show and will have two time Olympian Jess Harrison and Olympian Mick Williamson on its stand to answer questions. The Running School will be providing 60 – 90 minute running technique coaching sessions. Sessions can be booked here and they will involve both practical and theory.
There will also be a strong presence from the nutrition industry, with GU, ZipVit, Neovite, PowerBar, CherryActive, Clif Bar, Torq Fitness and USN all being available with special prices and nutrition experts on offer.
Fit Brands will be back with its 12 brands, from newline to Balega socks, to Soleus Watches. Wattbike will also be on hand again to offer pedal analysis and training advice. Also back for 2013 is the Zoggs SwimZone where top coaches and athletes will be providing demonstrations of swim technique and efficiency. Visitors can have their stroke analysed in one of the Endless PoolsTM, subject to availability.
The Triathlon Show will be held at Sandown Park in Esher. Pre-booked tickets cost £9 for the weekend and £12 on the door. If you pre-book for the Friday, you can gain free entry. Under 16’s go free and there will be free parking and a shuttle bus for those arriving by train to Esher station on Saturday and Sunday.
For more information, please visit: www.triathlonshow.co.uk.
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