Daniel Clout's articles

Keeping a True Perspective to Triathlon

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photoA lot of my unnecessary troubles and tribulations were because of my defiance, acting on my own naïveté and strong will. I was not acting on the advice given to me.

My Life-Changing Testimony: A Christian Perspective on Triathlon

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photoI was humbled last year. My body shut down on me just before two World Championship events. I was originally in top form to medal in both, but my strength was sapped from me.

Why I am Choosing America over New Zealand

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avatarStay focused on your dreams and stand up for your rights!

2004 Triathlon World Champs - Queenstown, New Zealand

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avatarMy expectations for the quality of this years’ Triathlon world championship were fulfilled. This was because of the superb location that is like no other along with having the top triathletes present.

The Power of One

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avatarThere is a marvelous destiny out there waiting for you too, but only if you are willing to take chances and put yourself on the line.

My Optimistic Outlook for 2004

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avatarDon’t forget this is an incredibly big year for sport with the Olympics back in Athens where the modern Olympics started, and especially triathlon to make its second appearance.

How to Cope with Pre-Race Jitters

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avatarAre you apprehensive going into your first tri season?

Why Triathlon?

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avatarWhy I love triathlon so much and what on earth compels triathlon upon me.

Choosing a Coach

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avatarHow to choose a coach? A summary of three 'types' of coaches and the pros and cons of each.
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Daniel Clout

Years in Triathlon: First triathlon at age 12
Heart Rate Resting: 32
Max: 202
Coach: Michael Jacques
Weight:152

Go PROFESSIONAL within a few years.
OLYMPICS 2008 is a VERY realistic goal - so I will keep extremely focused on achieving this.