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 Sarah Kemp, Saturday, 28th June 2014 @ 10:55am
STC members Hani Milstein and Joanne Bailey headed to the Age Group European Triathlon Championship in Kitzbuhl last weekend.
Both athletes represented the GB age group team at the Olympic distance event with Hani completing the beautiful but hilly course in 1hour 45mins, placing 24th in her age group, and Jo crossing the line in 1:52:01 to finish 12th in her age category.
A little bit closer to home, STC members competed in the Race New Forest series. In the Forestman middle distance, Wayne Reynolds posted a very quick time to finish 5th overall and demonstrated his racing form ready to take on Ironman Bolton in a few weeks.
Katie West was the fifth fastest woman and Egg Cameron took sixth both posting very good times. Dudley Kent also finished strongly putting his Mallorca 70.3 bike mechanical problems behind him. Les Campbell, Tristan Mullet, Alastair Elliott, Shaun Benfield and Helen Benfield, all put in impressive performances at the Boskman Long Distance Triathlon.