BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin joins GB triathlete Non Stanford for a bike ride to talk training, triathlon, boyfriends, former housemates and her preparations for the World Triathlon Series this weekend in Leeds.
Britain's Alistair and Jonny Brownlee discuss their triathlon legacy before Sunday's World Series event in their home city of Leeds.
As it's the only UK date in the World Triathlon Series calendar, there are plenty of Brits to cheer on.
The biggest names are the Brownlee brothers, particularly as Alistair and Jonny are both Yorkshire lads, and it's the first time that they'll be competing together this year.Copyright: EPA
Alistair, who won gold in Rio and famously helped younger brother Jonny over the finish line at 2016's final World Triathlon series event in Mexico, has been focused on the longer distance course while Jonny, who finished second in the 2016 World Series, missed the first two races of the series and suffered a crash in Yokohama and will be seeking to make up valuable points on his home race.
Other British athletes competing in the elite men's race are Thomas Bishop, Gordon Benson, Marc Austin, Adam Bowden and Grant Sheldon.Copyright: EPA
Meanwhile, in the elite women's race there are also some well-known British participants.
Georgia Taylor-Brown will be taking part after winning the Triathlon World Cup event in Madrid last month as will be Non Stanford, who finished seventh in Yokohama, and Jessica Learmouth who was eighth in Yokohama.
Lucy Hall and India Lee will also be competing.
The action starts today from 07:00 BST with the amateur competitors starting in waves throughout the morning.
The elite athletes start the event in the afternoon.
First up, we'll have the elite women who start at 13:06 with a medal ceremony at 15:20.
The elite men will start at 15:51 and their medal ceremony will take place at 17:50.
The event starts with a 1500m swim in Leeds' Roundhay Park.
There will then be a 26.2km bike ride through the Moortown area and up to Headingley's Otley Road and back to the park.
After this, competitors will then face a 10km run into the heart of the city centre, finishing at Millennium Square.
This is the second time World Triathlon have held an event in Leeds, after first hosting the event in the Yorkshire city in 2016.
This is the fourth date in the 2017 World Triathlon Series.Copyright: Getty Images