How Super League Stars are Training in Coronavirus Times

It’s a testing time for Super League’s athletes as they try and follow government advice in the face of the coronavirus pandemic while also ensuring they stay in tip-top shape ready to get back out on the race course.

For Super League power couple Rachel Klamer and Richard Murray the answer was obvious – head into nature and keep swimming even if the pools are closed, though it does seem a little cold judging by their kit.

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If you like the feeling of someone pushing your face into the snow and then not letting it go, go swim outside 😂. Got into my wetsuit at home, swam about 1500m and drove back home in my wetsuit. When we got in, we got surrounded by some people who probably thought we were crazy. They are right, but that’s ok. 📷 @mriek1901 . #keepgoing #givesyouwings 🇳🇱 mocht je iemand zijn/kennen die een privé zwembad heeft, ik hoor graag van je!

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Taylor Spivey was out on her bike – and practicing distancing, or non-drafting as it’s known in triathlon.

Life’s a beach for Hayden Wilde.

While Sophie Coldwell is out with the dog…who seems to be enjoying her company.

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