Time to Train.

COVID-19 continues to ripple through the world’s health, educational and financial institutions. Sports is no exception. This year sports as we know it has come to a halt. We have talked to Martin Bonnevie Svendsen, who knows a lot about cycling and training, and more than most about COVID-19. Many are hungry for training and competing normally again. In this interview, he presents good advice for those of us.

Time to Swim.

It´s time to get back in the fjords, the ocean and the lakes again. This year we will most likely see more people than ever go outdoors to swim.

Staying Motivated

These days when a lot of competitions have been postponed or canceled, I think it’s really important to remind yourself, “Why did I begin with this?”

Tour for All

We are joining our partner Zwift for their first-ever “Tour for All”, a massive charity event to support Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in COVID-19 response.

From a Red Sofa to Norseman

BBC Presenter Louise Minchin gave up competitive sport at age 15 because she didn’t like the way she looked. Thirty years later, she’s raced in several Triathlon World Championships and has done two extreme triathlons. Here’s how triathlon changed her life.

Take Some Norseman Home

Spending more time than planned at home? Do you feel the need to spruce up a wall in your house?

Turning the Impossible to Possible

Our guest on Norseman Radio this time is Professor Greg Whyte, a former Olympian and one of the world’s leading authorities in sport and exercise science, specialising in performance and endurance, both as individual and team pursuits.

The Cancer Doctor and Triathlon Legend

Dr. Lucy Gossage is infamous for her vibrancy, energy and enthusiasm. Last year, she was hollering on the balcony of the Norseman ferry raring to go and super excited for the day’s adventure.

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