Have you just read a triathlon article that you want to share? Or written something about triathlon?
We Love Sharing Great Triathlon Articles
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Here’s how it works.
You pop the details of the article into the form. The key bits are the article url and why you think it’s worth sharing. The rest helps us to treat you as a human, say thanks and credit you with the submission all of which we think is important. If your not fussed about that leave it all blank.
Once you press submit an email plops into our inbox, and if we’re not in the pool or getting sweaty somewhere, we’ll straight away have a look at it and see whether its worth posting up on BeyondTransition.
Will it Make a Difference to Triathletes?
We’re looking for stuff that will help triathletes race smarter and faster. It doesn’t matter where it comes from or who wrote it. It can be your latest blog entry or a super article from competitor.com. It could be a really interesting thread from Slowtwitch or this great video which always motivates me
It could be a cool new product that you’ve just started making or something that you train your triathletes to do as part of your coaching. And of course it could be all about your experiences in a first triathlon, or how you coped with injury or the moment that you finished your first iron distance race.
Whatever it is if you think that it’s going to make a difference to other triathletes feel free to submit it.
What we do next?
Then we have to make a call as to whether to post it up and when. That depends on a great big bunch of factors – how much mail we’re getting (There’s a reason for the captcha), the topic and how much other stuff we have on the topic, how wowed we are by it (and yes we are more starry eyed than jaded and cynical). Our decision is final and isn’t generally swayed by commercial motivation – if it is we’ll post it as an advertorial and give full disclosure.
We’ll write a bit about the article to tell readers why it’s worth reading and if an opinion is needed we’ll give it. We don’t post the whole article – just a couple of key bits. This is so that we don’t steal other people’s hard work and so they get lots of people heading over to their website to read their article.