The Australian Triathlon, Endurance and Cycling Expo, are bringing thousands of athletes like yourself and maybe those a little more serious together for a weekend of learning and engaging in all things endurance.
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As much as we here at 220 attempt to share our experiences, information, and inspiration, sometimes there is no substitute for face time. ATEC, The Australian Triathlon, Endurance and Cycling Expo, are bringing thousands of athletes like yourself and maybe those a little more serious together for a weekend of learning and engaging in all things endurance.
The third edition of ATEC will take place on the weekend of 9-10 September at the Royal Hall of Industries in Sydney’s Moore Park Precinct. The timing couldn’t be more perfect, right on the start of spring, to supplement the miles and hours of your training with fresh inspiration and know-how for the season ahead.
More than just a meet and greet, ATEC offers all show visitors free access to a full range of seminars, for the amateurs and pros, including: Q&A sessions with Craig “Crowie” Alexander, top tips for beginners, mental strength with Pete Jacobs, to foods and fuel by dieticians and nutritionists.
For the first time ATEC will host a practical component, including something for every endurance athlete. Follow a run technique workshop by Pete Jacobs, find out the truth on barefoot training, touch up your bike handling skills or check out the latest swim stroke analysis by professional coaches and trainers.
The off-road race scene has hit and ATEC are bringing in the Adventurethon Zone specifically to help you reconnect with nature and master the elements, showcasing some of the skills you can easily pick up and bring to future adventures on the horizon.
It wouldn’t be Australia’s premier endurance sports event without a film festival! ATEC & Run Nation Film Festival have partnered up to present the ATEC Endurance Cinema. Featuring 110 minutes of curated content dedicated to showing the most inspirational running films from around the world. A fresh focus on running as merely the medium of storytelling on the big screen.
THE ROLLING FIX
The Rolling Fix mobile bicycles mechanics will be providing basic tune ups for anyone who brings their bike to the show, along with workshop demonstrations for those keen to play at home.
Head to www.atecshow.com.au for the schedule and full details.