Several athletes will be wearing currexSole RUNPRO and BIKEPRO insoles while competing at the World Triathlon Championships in Hyde Park on September 13.
currexSole Natural Performance Insoles (formerly footdisc) are becoming a favourite with athletes, not just in running, skiing, football and hiking but triathlon too.
Last August Switzerland’s Caroline Steffen took first place at the Challenge Roth Ironman wearing currexSole.
These insoles have been proven to increase power output during the ‘bike’ and documented to reduce fatigue and injury in the ‘run’.
With both insoles ‘cradling’ the foot in the same position, the first 200 meters after T2 isn’t such a nightmare.
Picture is Suzanne Hedges, who will be representing the UK in the sprint distance and swears by her BIKEPRO/Shimano and RUNPRO/adidas Boost set up.