We’re on twitter.
We tweet about #triathlon.
We follow #triathletes.
You may have noticed that on twitter if you follow a famous triathlete or famous race organiser that they probably won’t reply to you. Generally they have pretty good reasons – putting on amazing races and delivering stunning performances is good enough for us.
We think that triathlon on twitter can be done better and so this is the way that we do it
We tweet loads of great 140 character bits of triathlon advice. We try and theme it – race prep, race strategy, injury prevention, etc – for a few weeks drawing on lots of our favourite triathlon resources to give you top quality tweets.
We also tweet out loads of interesting articles as we post them up on our blog – and anything else that seems cool and triathlon related which we don’t have time to post.
It’s not all like us with a loudhailer though. We don’t manage to reply to every one or read every tweet but we have a good try.
We also make a big effort to cheer you on at your important triathlons – just let us know here and we’ll give you a race day tweet.
A couple of notes:
- We only do this on twitter
- You can do it more than once
- If you follow us and we don’t follow back it means that your twitter profile didn’t make it obvious you are a triathlete. We manually follow everyone so you need to have – triathlete friends, a profile that seems triathleteish, swimbikerun tweets or a photo with aero helmet and disk wheels If you think we should follow you tweet us and we will