All events are charged at £8 to non-members and £5 to members when using a discount code that will be circulated.
Isle of Wight Aquathlon Race 1 - The First Splash and Dash (Aquathlon) of the season is on Friday 6th July at 6pm. Meeting at St Helens Old Church, Duver road, PO33
Wight Tri is now affiliated with Cycling Time Trials (CTT). As a club we can all now enter and ride Time Trials under Wight Tri. If you are a first claim member of another club already, you can register with Wight Tri as a second claim rider.
Registration can be done through the
Hellrunner – Hell Down South 2017
Forward thinking for something fun to brighten the post-Christmas blues for some, an event to kick start the new racing season for a few, and just because they can’t say no to a challenge for one - a group of ten Wight Tri members assembled
Members of Wight Tri Club celebrated the 2016 triathlon season at the AGM and Awards Evening at the Albert Cottage in East Cowes.
After the formality of the AGM and a fantastic Xmas dinner provided by Albert Cottage, the Chairman, Joe Norman welcomed the presentation of the awards.
The first set of
Todays opening Winter Duathlon saw over 20 take to the start line from Blackgang Viewpoint Carpark. Nomination time winner on the day was Nick Kenny with Steve Dines 2nd and Team Anne and Sue 3rd. Thanks for competing guys. Welcome to the new members and thanks as always to all the helpers
Wight Tri Athlete Achievements for 2016
These are the results for the current triathlon and duathlon season and do not include the winter duathlon series results as this is a separate event. Duathlons are highlighted in RED.
(NB.The first position is the position for each triathlete’s specific age group category, with overall
Wight Tri Awards Dinner and Awards Evening- 26th November 2016 at Albert Cottage..
It’s that time of the year again when the Wight Tri Club honour the achievements of its members.
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Recently Steve has his birthday BBQ which doubled up as a Wight Tri get together on the beach at Yaverland. Steve anything to add? Write a few word if you likes .....
A triathlon is a race incorporating the three disciplines of swimming, cycling and running. There are recognised distances, but a triathlon could be of any combination of lengths. The recognised distances are as follows:
Super-Sprint: 400m swim - 10km cycle - 2.5km run
Sprint: 750m swim - 20km cycle - 5km run
Wight Tri provided regular pool or sea coached swim sessions throughout most of the year. We also organise group cycle rides, have links with the Island's main cycling club and arrange weekend training camps periodically.
We have good links with the Island's sporting communities and encourage members to use them to get good