Greenville City Guide

The 70,000 residents of Greenville, South Carolina enjoy some of the best is full of quality running and cycling routes, and attractive coffee shops. Located 70 miles south of Asheville … Read more

Asheville City Guide

Highly ranked in quality of life indexes, Asheville represents North Carolina with an abundant scene for Southern cuisine, culture and outdoors. Winter attracts ski tourists, the summer is great for … Read more

Savannah City Guide

Savannah, known to many because of its rich US history or movies like Forrest Gump, also offers a great destination for training purposes. If you’re one of those athletes, who … Read more

Atlanta City Guide

If you asked different people what Atlanta was known for, you would probably get as many answers as people you asked. Some would say Atlanta is known for its rich … Read more

Auckland City Guide

Nestled between two harbours, New Zealand’s largest city spans from the Pacific Ocean to the Tasman Sea – the reason Auckland is dubbed the “City of Sails.” With pristine ocean … Read more

Boulder City Guide

The high altitude town of Boulder, Colorado is home to a community of elite and world-class, pulled to this patch north of Denver for its access to training. Mountainous landscape … Read more

Vienna City Guide

As the second-largest German speaking city and former centre of the Austro-Hungarian empire, Vienna’s urban landscape is iconic. Freud, Beethoven and Mozart called the city home, streets composed of Baroque … Read more

Melbourne City Guide

As the sporting capital of Australia and a world-class arts and dining precinct, Melbourne pretty much has it all. Now home to five million people, Melbourne is a sprawling metropolis … Read more

San Diego City Guide

Though the rise of surfing in San Diego predates triathlon, the marriage works well with a shared interest in this last slab of the American south-west. San Diego’s mid-century growth … Read more

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

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

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

Milan City Guide

Renowned as a capital for creativity since well before the Renaissance, Milan’s place in the world continues to be updated. Ever-pioneering, the city is home to a range of architectural … Read more

Johannesburg City Guide

For most international visitors to South Africa, a short stay in Johannesburg is enough, with the majesty of the Cape Town beaches, vineyards and Table Mountain presenting a more appealing destination … Read more

Denver City Guide

To make the most of this Denver city guide for endurance athletes, note a few patterns and features. Facilities are broken into categories according to their running, cycling or swimming … Read more

Copenhagen City Guide

Now nearly one a thousand years old, Copenhagen continues to maintain its heritage as a fishing village and commercial harbour, a function after which it takes its name. In more … Read more

Durham, North Carolina

Alongside its reputation as the foodie capital of the American South, the home to Duke University also has a full set of facilities for runners, cyclists and swimmers. Durham’s original economy … Read more