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‘I clock up between 25 and 40 training hours a week, increasing in volume as the IRONMAN World Championships near. I train every day – even my rest day once a fortnight involves a swim and strength session. As a former elite-level swimmer, I only swim three or], to move interactively over the courses. I do a lot of racing on there too to keep things fun.’

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