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Confidence high for Hyde Park

Will Clarke | 08:41 UK time, Wednesday, 12 August 2009

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Last weekend I enjoyed the biggest win of my career so far at the Mazda London Triathlon.

I love that race, it's the biggest triathlon in the world in terms of participation, with 13,000 athletes racing; it was a real buzz to cross the line first and I felt in really good shape.

It also gave me a massive, much-needed confidence boost ahead of this weekend, when I will be taking part in my biggest race of the year, the World Championships Series event in Hyde Park.

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Will at the White House

Will Clarke | 10:44 UK time, Friday, 10 July 2009

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Please excuse me for not blogging sooner but it's been an incredibly busy month of travel, racing, organising myself and training! I've just completed another block of races, three in three weeks this time - one in Paris and two in America.

My first race in Paris (Beauvais) went very well. I finished third behind Alistair Brownlee and Javier Gomez in a tight sprint finish after racing together the whole way. I was especially happy with my swim coming out of the water for once right with the leaders, something I have been working hard on.

A couple of days later I travelled out to America, my first stop being in Washington DC to compete in the third World Championship Series event. The Americans always put on a great show and what an incredible venue for a triathlon! The race course took in all the world famous monuments and memorials.

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