Wetsuit Race Temp. Guide

A chart to help guide you, showing temperature and race distances

Tri2O Guide to Wetsuits

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Beginners Triathlon Guide

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Beginners guide to transitions

Read our beginners guide to mastering transitions

Coach Tips

Russell Says
Russell recommends

" Add some intensity and variety to your run training by finding local 5k and 10K races. No tapering, just turn up and run your best. "

Coach Clive Says
Coach Clive

" As you exit the water, pull open the neck of your wetsuit to allow water to fill the top of the suit, this will break the seal and make it much easier and faster to remove. "

Russell Says
Russell recommends

" Every so often set yourself a small training challenge like running a certain distance for that week. Mini-goals can help you make step-ups in performance. "

Coach Clive Says
Coach Clive

" Sometimes it is better to remove your wetsuit close to the swim exit rather than after a long run to transition...always check with the Marshal pre-race to check you are allowed to do this. "

Russell Says
Russell recommends

" Having difficulty with consistent run training or suffering from injuries? Try running very easily for 20 minutes every day...a few weeks of this can do wonders for your run. "

Coach Clive Says
Coach Clive

" Try to practice fast wetsuit removal after every open water swim, so it becomes automatic. "

Russell Says
Russell recommends

" For long distance racing put all your gels in one bottle on the bike with a little water. Sip on this throughout the race for a great way to get the calories you need without hassle or mess. "

Coach Clive Says
Coach Clive

" Keep 2 sets of goggles in your race bag - clear lenses for overcast or rainy conditions / mirrored or tinted lenses for brighter or sunny weather. "

Russell Says
Russell recommends

" Are you bored swimming lap after lap at the lake? Break it down into sections using the marker buoys and make up your own interval sets...it'll be a good quality session too! "

Coach Clive Says
Coach Clive

" Try and build some intensity in to your Open Water Swim sessions, as you would in the pool. "