City Guides for Endurance Athletes

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Where to train, eat and sleep in cities around the world

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Sydney City Guide

Since becoming the first city to host triathlon in the Olympic games back in 2000, Sydney has continued to update its world-class facilities for endurance athletes. The City of Sydney … Read more

Tokyo City Guide

A sprawling megacity that stretches as far as the eye can see, Tokyo is unrivalled in its size and diversity. The city is the beating heart of Japan, and a … Read more

At the Chapel, Bruton, Somerset

, July 24, 2020

Every now and again, restoration projects transform a place enough to convert it into a destination and draw a crowd. The Pig hotels have done that with their renovations of … Read more

Florence City Guide

Renaissance culture-vulture-athletes can easily justify a sequence of nights in Florence, tucking into the surrounding hills between the city’s food, wine and architecture. As a stepping stone between Rome, one … Read more

Lisbon City Guide

The adoption of a single European currency led to the rapid growth of tourism in Portugal. Undesirable Brits were quick to make their way to the beaches of the Algarve, … Read more

Whitworth Locke, Manchester

, December 18, 2019

Nearly two centuries since the rise of the UK’s first industrial city, Manchester provides a gateway for a variety of contrasting edges. Traversing the city means crossing the lines of … Read more

Mexico City Guide

The thought of living and training at 2,200m above-sea-level might not appeal to every endurance athlete, but those visiting Mexico City even for a short time should make the most … Read more

Zürich City Guide

With a population of 400,000 people, Zürich is the biggest city in Switzerland, holding up the country’s border with Germany. Surrounded by the Alps and wrapped around the north part … Read more