Salisbury Tri Club welcomes all abilities, from complete beginners to seasoned pros. No experience necessary!
We provide a number of coached training sessions throughout the week run by our BTF qualified and friendly coaches. We have a great social scene and strong links with other Salisbury sports clubs.
We race triathlons (swim, bike, run) in the summer season and duathlons (run, bike, run) in the winter.
Our Club members regularly compete in events ranging from local triathlons to World Age Group Championships, and from 'sprint' all the way up to 'Ironman' distance. Even if you don't want to race, multi-sport training is a great way to improve your fitness.
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The League has begun and points have been awarded for both the Avon Aquathlon and the Ringwood Olympic triathlon. The next two races are the Drovers Revenge 10km run and salisbury Triathlon.
Salisbury Triathlon is always attended by loads of members and will be a great way to gain loads of points for the league (the more people involved the more points up for grabs!!!) As it is our local race it's always supported by members both racing and marshaling, so either way come and get stuck in.
All the details for league races are on the La Liga tab at the top.
Posted by Committee, Saturday, 12th April 2014 @ 6:22pm
A brief update on coaching sessions this week. As always, further detail is available on the club website (www.salisburytriclub.com) and the club's Facebook page is a useful way of staying in touch with last minute changes to any of the planned sessions.
Following the schedule for April, Friday's swim is aimed at aerobic endurance, while Sunday's focus is speed development.
A heads up for Easter weekend - no swim sessions as 5R will be closed for Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Mike will be mustering troops outside Five Rivers at 9am for the Saturday morning ride for those looking to cover a reasonable distance (40-50 miles) at a reasonable pace (typically around 16-17mph average speed, 20mph on the flat). By my maths that's a 2.5-3 hour ride. Route details will likely follow on Facebook nearer the time.
Emma has kindly agreed to ease her marathon-weary legs through a less challenging ride, leaving Five Rivers at 10.30am. For those that are able to I'm sure it would be useful if you could let Emma know via the Facebook page if you intend to join her for this ride.
As always the group rides are uncoached so you ride at your own risk. Please wear a helmet, obey the rules of the road, ride to your own abilities and the road conditions and carry your emergency contact details with you.
Please note: no turbo sessions until further notice. Huge thanks to Adam, Sarah and Chris for an excellently organised and well received training series. All being well these will return at an appropriate time in the 'off-season' and will soon be replaced with 'chain gang' sessions. Watch this space!
The time trial and sportive season is well and truly underway. Details for the former can be found by searching the CTT website:
I will post on Facebook if I'm going to this or other TTs and would invite other members to do likewise. Would be great to go in convoy for these events and perhaps a post-race diet coke on the return journey afterwards!
Sarah will be dishing out the pain at the Tuesday run training session, meeting 18.45 at Fiver Rivers. Details of the session will be broadcast via Facebook nearer the time.
The City of Salisbury Athletics and Running Club site is a good starting point for finding out more about races in the region: http://www.salisbury-arc.org/
Some great performances at the Ringwood Tri this weekend; star performance has to be Jo Childs' effort to secure 4th in the ladies race - top job Jo! Good to see the STC colours flying high in the results table. Please feed back to Jen Pinks any news, photos and/or results from races so that we can dish out the kudos and perhaps gain some column inches in the Salisbury Journal!
Posted by Committee, Tuesday, 25th March 2014 @ 5:38pm
This coming Sunday 30th March is the Avon Aqauthlon in Durrington. It is a 500m swim in the pool followed by a 5km run in the countryside. A race for all to get back into the swing of things and start collecting some points for the 2014 Club League!!