10 Typical long-distance mistakes - and how to avoid them

<b>1. Ignoring advice</b>

Talking helps. Ask your triathlon-experienced friends, colleague and training partners lots of questions. Gear,  training, nutrition, competition strategies - your first long-distance year requires both a lot of training and sophisticated preparation. The more advice you get, the better. Don\'t do everything you hear, but gather lots of information.

1. Ignoring advice

Talking helps. Ask your triathlon-experienced friends, colleague and training partners lots of questions. Gear, training, nutrition, competition strategies - your first long-distance year requires both a lot of training and sophisticated preparation. The more advice you get, the better. Don't do everything you hear, but gather lots of information.

Photo >James Mitchell

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