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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Presentation to Club Sponsor Fergus Foley

  Presentation to our sponsor Fergus Foley Last night the club made a presentation to Fergus Foley in recognition of his continued sponsorship and support of Tralee Triathlon Club. As our club physiotherapist Fergus has cured our aches and pains and gotten many of us back on the road when all hope seemed lost. Fergus takes a keen interest in the club and expressed his thanks for the presentation. He looks forward to continuing his association with the club into the future. Thanks Fergus! Read More...

Catch Up Race Report – Race 4 (Full Sprint & Try-A-Tri)

(This race report is for our full sprint and try-a-tri training event held on the 14th of July 2015) With no sprint distance triathlon taking place this year in Tralee the next best thing was our very own training sprint distance triathlon. What else would you be doing on a Tuesday evening after work?! The swim 750m, the cycle 20k and the run 5k, was definitely one of our top events of the year with a huge turn-out from the club Read More...

Catch-up Race Report – Aquathon (Race 3)

This race report is from our aquathon which was held on Friday, 10th of July 2015 Fear is not a word in the vocabulary of Tralee Triathlon Club athletes who will go to great lengths to ensure that they get the necessary training done and rough water conditions definitely don’t phase them.</> This was evident by the brave participants of the Aquathon, who faced challenging conditions in and out of the water, in the third of the Tralee Triathlon Club’s mini-series Read More...

The Class Of 2015 – Graduation Tri Race Report

Even though we won’t be having our club race this year we had to recognise the hard work of the members who joined this year and give them a chance to set down a marker for the future. So last Wednesday we gathered for our graduation mini-tri for the class of 2015. The gods of triathlon gave us a break for once this summer, granting us a beautiful sunny evening with calm seas and only a light breeze. There was Read More...