We’d love you to review your triathlon.
What was the race like? What were the bits about the course that you loved or hated? Was it well organised? How did you do?
It only takes a couple of minutes to write your thoughts down but it will help lots of triathletes in future.
Why Review a Triathlon?
We post triathlon reviews on our main blog so you’ve got a permanent record of your achievement that you can show all your friends
We nicely link back to your blog so if people like what they read – they can head back and find more about what you write.
Thousands of triathletes read BeyondTransition every week – so you’ll get a huge audience
What you say will contribute to our famous triathlon race guides – and if your review is particularly good you’ll get a copy of your race guide (we judge it on the amount of information you provide, the number of triathletes who think its good – from shares, tweets etc., and the number of trriathletes who read it.)
How to Write a Triathlon Race Review
First off the important thing is to think about the course and what it was about the course that made the race difficult or easy?
Think about what you learnt during the triathlon, and which if you’d read in a triathlon review before the race would have improved your performance.
Then think about the race organiser. Was the triathlon organised effectively? Was there anything particular good – amazing transition setup , or westuit handling for example
Finally tell us about your race performance, add a photo and then give your verdict on the race.
Top Tips on Writing a Race Report
We’re not affiliated with any race organisers – they don’t pay us for favorable reviews, though some do complain if they get negative ones – so say what you think and help other triathletes.
We take what you’ve written, check it for spelling and profanity and post it up as is. It’s simple quick, and from what triathletes say a great help as they prepare for their next race.
- Be yourself
- Write quickly and comfortably - just as if you were telling a friend about it
- Assume they know nothing about the race or the course
- Share what you learnt from doing the race
- Remember the details – those are what makes a good triathlon race report priceless
They race smarter and faster; thanks to you