Well I am coming up to the end of my first season in Tralee Triathlon club and what a year it has been!
My journey to become a triathlete began last Summer when I was out in Fenit and I had my first look at what a triathlon involved . Fancy bikes, wetsuits were order of the day but overall what I liked was the support of the crowds and fellow club mates that seemed to will the competitors on. That was in August and it was not until December I plucked up the courage to make contact with the club to get started. The reason for the hesitation was my very poor swim background. I could only muster one or two lengths and in my head you had to swim like a dolphin before you could even consider joining the a triathlon club. How wrong I was …. Continue reading My First Triathlon Season→
Cracking day for it today. It started out a bit chilly and cloudy this morning but thankfully it soon cleared up, the sun came out to make for great conditions for a spin around the spectacular Slea Head, although I was told that there somehow managed to be a headwind the whole way around ?
Tralee Triathlon Club was again out in force with our members taking part in the Dingle Triathlon Olympic and Sprint distance races. Congratulations to everyone who participated. They were both tough events. Daniel Doyle took the honours placing second in the Sprint. Alison and Stephen Reidy put in a strong performance in each of their legs of the Olympic relay and literally had no competition! Continue reading Dingle Triathlon→
Impressive turnout for the launch of our training plan for the coming year for our club’s intermediate and advanced triathletes. It just shows how the club is going from strength to strength. There were quiet a few new faces in the audience and we hope to be welcoming a new influx of members soon.
Our Chairperson Annie has put in a huge effort and amount of time to pull all of this together and she deserves credit for doing such a great job. As we have come to expect from her the presentation and planning was professional and well organised.