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Dinamic athletes outdoing themselves!

Dinamic athletes outdoing themselves!

In Germany recently, Philip Sassie once again didn’t disappoint when taking on a slightly unorthodox challenge of the Cross Duathlon. Despite focusing on his run with his soon to be Debut Marathon he managed to exceed expectation by securing 5th place overall in serious quality field.



2019 gets off with a bang!

GREAT START TO 2019 FOR SOME DINAMIC ATHLETES. 

At Western Cape Cycling Champs on Saturday Guy Le Ray-Cook was in the lead break going into the sprint finish but a thrown chain saw him have to freewheel through in 5th position, this disappointment was offset when he raced a superb…



Festive Season 2018



Kona Bound

Good things come to those that persevere. Dinamic’s Katherine Riviera takes 2nd at Shanghai and earns her long dreamed of slot to KONA Ironman world championships 2019. Congratulations!

Watch this space!

 



June Member of the Month – Donovan Geldenhuys

A note from Coach Neil:

There were a few results that put athletes into contention for Dinamic Athlete of the month but for a host of reasons ( some of which we will discuss now) it is Donovan Geldenhuys that edges the top spot.

In the lead up to Durban 70.3 there was a lot…



Dinamic Success in the UK

Some really exciting racing last weekend from some of our UK based athletes.

On Friday we saw Sean Breslin race the 2mile swim at Lake Windermere to place 4th overall a fantastic effort.

The weekend saw 4 Dinamic athletes racing at the Loch Ore Triathlon in Scotland. Alan Bremner, Nikki Smith and Dave Kingston were all…



DBN 70.3 AND ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ

Durban 70.3 is a difficult race for us as Coaches. Athletes often ask what pace what time they should be looking to do, and with Durban it is very difficult to predict. First up is the swim going to happen, what will the conditions in the water be like? The bike course has some challenges…



May Member of the Month – Shanae Williams

 

Our May Member of the Month is Shanae Williams. The end of April saw her lining up at the l African Championships in Rabat Morocco…



Swimming – Breathing

In my previous epistle I said we would look at some of the actual causes which can contribute to the symptom of sinking and crossing legs, so without further procrastination let’s get started.

However before we do let me make a couple of points. 

I am in no way saying that these are the sole reasons in…



Swimming: Confusing Cause and Effect

Our expert coach, Neil MacPherson,  will be taking a look at common issues that face many Triathletes. What makes these issues difficult for athletes to address is that often there is confusion between the symptom and cause.

 

To…



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