Hannah Munday took part in last year's Welsh Super Series taking away the overall win for the female category. At the time Hannah was also training to be a doctor. Below she explains how things have changed for her during COVID-19
"I think we can all agree that there are many things happening right now that we weren't expecting this year. For me, I have recently graduated Medical School three months early, and can now call myself a junior doctor. These times are scary for us all, but particularly so when volunteering to step up to work on the front line; alongside the usual nerves of starting a new job, I am also facing risks to my personal health and the health of my family each and every day.
As a result, outside of work, I've also made a lot of changes to my triathlon training programme. My coach has reduced my weekly volume and made sure that any intense intervals are short. Instead of making performance gains, the aim is to stay healthy and protect my immune system, especially given my line of work. My motivation to train is still high, as I want to remain fit and healthy, both physically and mentally, and be ready to step up training when the time comes, but right now performance gains have been put on hold for what is proving to be a much more important bigger picture."