The performance stage line up

Got tickets for the Friday? Don’t miss Alistair and Jonny talking to 220‘s editor Helen Webster at 12pm on the performance stage. They will be followed on the stage by Dirty Sanchez star Matthew Pritchard, who will be speaking about his journey from extreme partying to extreme triathlon. Then at 3pm Helen will be talking to Greg Whyte, a professor in Applied Sport & Exercise Science and the man behind many of Comic Relief’s challenges.

Heading there Saturday? Helen will be chatting to four-time Kona champ Chrissie Wellington at 1pm and BBC presenter and Team GB triathlete Louise Minchin.

220 Expert Stage

Meanwhile the line-up on the 220 expert stage includes top tri coaches Joe Beer and Mark Kleanthous, hydration expert Andy Blow, Paralympic gold medallist Andy Lewis, 220‘s columnist Martyn Brunt, and rising ITU star Georgia Taylor-Brown. 

And while you’re there don’t forget to check out all the latest tri kit. So many of us order our tri kit online without seeing it in person beforehand. Triathlon Show: London gives athletes the opportunity to have a good look at the latest kit and triathlon products and ask the expert representatives from each brand any questions they may have. If you’re going there to specifically look for new kit, check out our triathlon gear buying guides first.


The show runs at London’s Excel Centre from Friday 29 to Sunday 31 March. Read more about the show here  and click this link to get your discounted entry tickets.

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