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<br /> The weekend<br /> warrior<br /> JLL Property Triathlon<br /> 2018<br /> Long-time triathlete<br /> Richard Wilks<br /> talks catching colds,<br /> training tips and<br /> finding motivation<br /> in son Jamie<br /> Richard is a Chartered Architect<br /> and works for Aggregate Industries,<br /> part of Lafarge Holcim and one<br /> of the UK’s largest building<br /> materials manufacturers,<br /> as Head of Innovation.<br /> www.propertytriathlon.com | Powered by JLL<br /> What’s your triathlon background?<br /> I’ve been doing them since my mid-<br /> twenties, although I started off as a<br /> swimmer back at school. This dropped<br /> off a bit during my architecture degree<br /> but afterwards I picked up my training<br /> again, including cycling. I then started<br /> doing some sprint triathlons, due to the<br /> combination of swimming and cycling.<br /> Everyone can run, but this is my least<br /<a title="JLLTri_Articles_Richard-Wilks page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/8008a6aa?page=1"> The weekend warrior </a> <a title="JLLTri_Articles_Richard-Wilks page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/8008a6aa?page=2"> got a temperature they say you should take two da</a> <a title="JLLTri_Articles_Richard-Wilks page 3" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/8008a6aa?page=3"> If he doesn’t like it, no pressure or anything. H</a>