by Lauren Bradshaw
Lauren Bradshaw, the youngest physio at the London Olympics and an elite athlete in her own right, explains how to reduce the injury risk in triathlon training.
If you're about to switch to triathlon then let Lauren Bradshaw, the youngest physio at the London Olympics and an elite athlete in her own right, show you how.
Lauren is a specialist Sports Physiotherapist at Progress, the Cambridge Centre for Health and Performance.
She competed as an ice dancer as part of the senior British Figure Skating Squad until 2005. In 2009 she converted to triathlon and became a GB Age Group athlete, winning bronze at the 2014 World Duathlon Championships before completing her first Ironman in Mallorca in 2015.
Lauren spent four years working as the Great Britain Handball Lead Physiotherapist in the run up and during the London 2012 Olympics, when she was the youngest physio at the Games. She's still a contracted Physiotherapist for the Great Britain Diving, Boxing and Bobsleigh squads and spends time looking after athletes competing and training across the world.
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