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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Posted by Committee, Friday, 18th April 2014 @ 10:16pm
Happy Easter to all STC members,
I hope you're all enjoying the uncharacteristically good weather - hopefully this will hold for the Easter weekend so we can fully enjoy the training sessions on offer, details below. As always, further detail is available on the club website (www.salisburytriclub.com) and on the club's Facebook page, the latter particularly useful for those last minute changes of plan that are sometimes required.
Easter weekend - no swim sessions as 5R will be closed for Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
We will also be running a club open water swim coaching session in mid-June, fyi.
Mike will be leading a sun-drenched Saturday morning ride from Five Rivers at 9am. Pace will be reasonably tempo (around 17 mph average) and he is aiming to be out for 2.5-3 hours with a coffee stop at the end if everyone is keen. Who wouldn't be?
Standard disclaimer time....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.
Adam will be leading this week's lung-busting run session. Please meet Tuesday, 18.45 at Five Rivers armed with Garmins and a good weather forecast!
Well done to all the club members who took part in recent marathons: epic displays of endurance that really highlight the rewards available to the truly dedicated, courageous and talented athletes amongst us - congrats to Emma (Paris Marathon), Hani, Sally and.....oh yes...me (London Marathon).
A plug for the City of Salisbury Athletics and Running Club site, a good starting point for finding out more about races in the region: http://www.salisbury-arc.org/
Thanks to those who have fed back any comments or corrections in respect of the AGM minutes. Last orders for any final feedback to Isobel please before they are finalised as a true and accurate record of the meeting's proceedings.
Look out for race reports in the Salisbury Journal next week courtesy of our press officer Jen Pinks. The first (I believe) of many this season.
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.