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Dating for Triathletes
Do you want to meet active single triathletes?
Look no further, help is on hand. Here at DateActive.co.uk you can find other like-minded triathlon singles who are looking to make new friends or to date other enthusiastic triathletes like you.
Why dating for triathletes starts with Dateactive
At Dateactive we understand how difficult it is to meet other UK triathlon singles and other active outdoor singles. We appreciate that one of the problems of dating a triathlete is the time commitment - three events take up a lot of time in training leaving litlle time for dating and developing any sort of relationship. Finding other triathletes with the same passion as you is the solution. Why? Because many relationships between a triathlete and non-triathlete fall down on this point alone. If you are not a triathlete, you will need to accept that they won't have a lot of time to spend with you during the season. One of the perks of dating a triathlete are the holidays - they can be planned round international races. Get there a few days before the race, complete training then the two of you can wind down in the location for a few days. We set up the site for exactly that reason and added a comprehensive search facility, to make it easier for you to find other triathletes.
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Since all members of DateActive are outdoor enthusiasts, it is probable that they are seeking a partner to broaden their horizons. You could easily be contacted by a hiker, a surfer, someone interested in horseriding ... what an adventure for you to potentially discover these other outdoor activities and sports. What an opportunity. Jump on the gravy train NOW, registration on the site is free and you can browse profiles without registering to help you decide if the site could be for you.
Dateactive is a UK based niche online dating site run by outdoor people for outdoor people, so if you are looking for other single triathletes or fit and active people to share your healthy lifestyle, then DateActive is the best place to start. We are keen triathletes in the UK and beyond and have persuaded our single triathlon friends to sign up ... you are more likely to find and date triathletes here than on other UK online dating sites.
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A recent TV documentary suggested onlne dating was a scam. Sadly, these are big companies who are only interested in screwing you for every penny they possibly can. Their emplyees were alleged to create fake profiles and to make contact with people so that they would need to pay to reply. Dateactive does not cheat you with fake contacts or have fake profiles to entice you to part with your money. We believe monthly subscriptions are unethical, it is way too easy to forget to cancel. We never pressure you to pay or to re-subscribe. We can't prove it of course, so we hope that you can trust the word of fellow outdoor enthusiasts.
The reason online dating really works is that you are contacting other singles and they have the same interest as you in triathlons. Offline, the process can take many years before you locate that significant sporty other triathlete who is compatible. You could literally spend thousands of pounds over the years buying drinks and meals for them before you decide that he or she isn't for you! Save money NOW and join DateActive, the best online meeting place for UK triathletes.
The First Date for Triathletes
A sensible way forward for your first date or meeting would be to invite your fellow triathlete on a bike ride. If you are in training, a 100 mile circuit could be good for your regime but not exactly conducive to getting to know each other. A good starting point would therefore be a less demanding ride with a lunch stop perhaps at a pub or tea room.
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A raging victory for Australia’s Declan Wilson
Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Australia’s Declan Wilson has produced the race of his career to claim victory in the 2018 ITU New Plymouth World Cup today. In a fast finish New Zealand’s Sam Ward delivered a commanding performance to come home with the silver while America’s Matthew McElroy rounded out the men’s podium to snare the bronze medal. “I’ve been wanting that since 2013 ever since bronze at U23 World’s bronze so I am so happy with that. This is the biggest race ever for me. I haven’t won a World Cup before,” exclaimed Wilson. It was New Zealand’s Tayler Reid who led the men out of the swim from New Plymouth’s Ngamotu Beach. In the early stages of the ride it was Australia’s Ryan Bailie, renowned for his bike leg, who put the pedal power down ahead of a group of nine riders, including Reid, McElroy, Matthew Sharpe (CAN), Tyler Mislawchuk (CAN) and Wilson (AUS). On the second lap of the bike Bailie broke away bridging a ten-second gap ahead of the chase group. This set Bailie up for a slick second transition to the run course knowing he would have to maintain the pace in a field of some of the best runners. An explosive heel start from Bailie saw him lead the initial stage of the race however it wasn’t long before Wilson raged through to own the race. “I just thought I’ve got a good tempo right now so I just thought I would get out and hurt the boys from the start. I knew I could hold it and thought everything I’ve got, just gun it,” said Wilson. Wilson maintained a striking ten-second lead with a group of seven men on the quest for a spot on the podium. In the final kilometres it was evident that this would be Wilson’s race but the battle for the other medals was unfolding. He was able to hold onto the hot pace and sprint his way across the blue carpet to take the golden win. “I was running scared the whole time. I am just so happy to take the win today, this means so much.” Wilson added. Ward, a home crowd favourite, blasted closely behind to be awarded with the silver medal. “I was super hungry after coming fourth in Mooloolaba two weeks ago and just being at home and having the crowd push me in that last part was unbelievable. I was hurting but I was just sticking and waiting for that sprint. That home crowd got me there. Swim conditions were perfect and the bike course was technical as it should be and the run was awesome with the crowd,” added New Zealand’s Ward. A satisfied McElroy crossed the finish line to earn...