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Date Posted: 18 July 2018

Wetsuits are a tricky purchase to make. Whether you’re getting your first wetsuit or considering an upgrade, knowing which wetsuits you should choose is paramount to succeeding in your triathlon and open water training and racing. Wetsuits are one of the most expensive kit items, so make sure you know what to look for before you make your purchase. Warmth, flexibility and buoyancy are all factors you should consider along with price. Read more....

Date Posted: 4 July 2018

Just like the rest of your triathlon kit, your wetsuit is certainly a purchase substantial enough to warrant proper care. Wetsuit life can be significantly lengthened (or shortened) based on its care. Wetsuits predominantly consist of Neoprene, an artificial rubber compound that’s tougher, more resistant to chemicals, and more elastic than standard rubber. That said, Neoprene membranes are incredibly susceptible to high temperatures, UV rays and sharp objects. If you abide by the following ti Read more....

Date Posted: 12 June 2018

Experienced and beginner swimmers alike will understand the importance of the correct gear and its impact on your enjoyment of the sport. A good swimming cap, water tight goggles and some training gear to help improve technique will go a long way towards motivating you to spend time in the water practicing your swimming. GOGGLES Read more....

Date Posted: 8 December 2017

We’ve all seen them. Go for a coffee early in the morning and you’ll likely see cyclists sporting knee-high socks. Pass by a track and field event at your local park and there will be arm and calf sleeves galore. And when you’re next at a triathlon or running event, the number of athletes you’ll see wearing tight-fitting shorts and shirts will be staggering. Why are so many athletes now squeezing themselves into these skin-tight garments called compression gear? Read more....

Date Posted: 1 November 2016

As athletes, we know the right shoe can make all the difference. But we also know that finding your perfect match amongst the endless range of brands and models available can be a real challenge. At Wildfire Sports, we stock a variety of footwear to support everyone from the gym to the trails, and our shoe advisor ensures we never sell a pair of shoes unless we know they’re going to do exactly what you want them to. Shoes can be your best investment, but without the proper guidance Read more....

If you find that the muscles in your feet just can’t relax when you are running, this article may be of use to you. The traditional methods of lacing running shoes involves very tight and secure lacing techniques which do not allow for movement of your feet. This often results in tightening of the foot muscles which begins a chain reaction leading to tightening of the leg muscles. The technique outlined below can result in relaxation of the foot muscles and you should observe a Read more....

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