Results tagged “Triathlon”
Transport bosses have finally apologised for the chaos caused by a triathlon in September which saw thousands of motorists stuck in gridlock on the Isle of Dogs.
Transport for London director Vernon Everitt wrote to Poplar and Limehouse MP Jim Fitzpatrick admitting the group made mistakes.
What Stuart Corbyn is attempting is not revolutionary and certainly not an "experiment", a suggestion he instantly rejects. In fact, he's insistent it's a return to business as usual in the property market, especially in London.
To observers who have grown up on property prices, mortgage spirals, nest-eggs and the cult of ownership, it may appear as verging on contrary.
Will Clarke is dreaming of medal glory at the London Olympics but his biggest challenge could be getting to the Games in the first place.
Clarke, 26, is one of Britain's best triathletes but competition for the final place in the British team for the Games in August is fierce as the countdown to this summer's Games continues.
The bank holiday is looming but it won't be a relaxing weekend for some Wharfers as they take part in a gruelling annual fundraiser.
The Enduro Challenge starts this Friday, when five teams from the financial services industry compete in the epic triathlon from London to Paris.
More than 13,000 athletes hurled themselves into Royal Victoria Dock at the weekend as they took part in the Virgin Active London Triathlon.
The world's biggest Triathlon is in its 15th year and the route takes in Excel where the cycling leg starts, The O2 and Houses of Parliament.