On Saturday 21 September, a record 6,000 swimmers are expected to take part in the UK's leading open water swimming festival - Children with Cancer UK Swim Serpentine. The iconic event takes place in and around the beautiful Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park, London.View full article →
The spectacular course in Nice attracted stars from both the ITU and long course circuit and was the perfect test for both types of athletes. Alongside the PRO men and women, thousands of Age Group athletes also headed to the south of France to try and claim a World title on a somewhat unconventional championship course.View full article →
HUUB’s Jessica Learmonth (GBR), Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR) and Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) soared to ITU Grand Final success over the weekend in Lausanne, Switzerland. For Blummenfelt it was his first WTS win after a string of podium placings over the last few seasons.View full article →
After the UCI made its irrational decision and we made our feelings known, plenty of you have been in touch to show your support and let us know what you think.
We might have lost our right to race - for now - but pleased to see you haven't lost your sense of humour. We can't tell you how much it means to know you're in our corner - and the party doesn't end here…View full article →
Jonny Brownlee (GBR) delivered a commanding victory on the streets of Edmonton over the weekend, overturning the run of bad luck that has plagued his 2019 season. The double Olympic medallist showed why he is labelled as one of the all-time greats of the sport and certainly an athlete that will contend the medals come Tokyo.
There was double success for Brownlee alongside HUUB's Gordon Benson and Sophie Coldwell, as they and India Lee claimed 2nd in the mixed relay event for Team GB.View full article →
On June 20, cycling’s international governing body, UCI, dropped a bombshell - announcing wholesale changes to track cycling that would effectively ban trade teams from competing. The confounding move has been roundly condemned by shell-shocked trade teams and met with a fierce backlash from the cycling fraternity.
With the HUUB Wattbike Test team - one of the most successful track teams of the past two years - at the centre of the maelstrom, its founder, Dan Bigham, explains to sports journalist Tim Heming how they feel let down by a wall of silence from both the UCI and British Cycling, but are determined to still have a voice…View full article →
HUUB athletes shine in Montreal. Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR) and Jessica Learmonth (GBR) claim successive podiums in the World Triathlon Series, cementing their 2nd and 3rd places in the World rankings. In the men's race Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) gets back in the top five after a difficult start to 2019. Meanwhile, in the World Paratriathlon Series, Jetze Plat (NED) dominated the PTWC men's race and George Peasgood (GBR) and Jade Jones-Hall (GBR) both claim bronze medals to stake a claim on their spots for Tokyo 2020.View full article →
Cycling's world governing body has announced major changes to the sport of track cycling that we believe will cause irreparable damage to the sport.
Sports journalist Tim Heming shares our view and wrote this opinion piece that pulls no punches in explaining why...View full article →