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KIT UPDATE – It’s happening.

KIT UPDATE – It’s happening. Today I have been talking to our current supplier and given the issues trying to secure a new supplier (for various, and not all bad reasons) we will continue with Carvahlo Custom. There is no club shop unfortunately, so as before, bulk orders will be made. This upcoming drop will…

Swim training

Soon came around – swim training at Medina starts again in three weeks time on Wed 20th Sept at 8pm. Sessions are for members only and are coached training sessions, not basic swimming lessons. You should be able to swim 100m minimum before attending. As last year, to keep admin at a minimum and the…

Wight Tri Public Page on Facebook (updated)

The Facebook pages have been going through some changes which has prompted some research into administering this existing group, in order to make the club more transparent so newcomers can see what we are up to and hopefully join our thriving club 🙂 This group is now open to all; newcomers and members alike. Paid up…

St Helen’s Duver Splash and Dash

The 3rd round of the Wight Tri Summer Splash and Dash Series took place at the Duver, St Helens, starting with a 650m swim and followed by a 3.4km run through St Helens and back to the Duver via the Causeway. 1st in the nominated event was Luke Jeffrey who completed the course in 28:14,…

Yaverland Splash and Dash

Wight Tri held the second of their summer Splash and Dash Series events at Yaverland with a 400 m swim and choice of hilly 1.5 or 3mile runs up to Culver Cliff. 1st in the nominated event was Neil Cooper who was 1 second inside his nominated time of 41:07 for the long course event….

Colwell Splash and Dash

Wight Tri held the first of their Summer Splash and Dash Series event at Colwell Bay. This is a nominated event with all competitors aiming to get as close to their nominated time for their choice of swim and run courses. 16 Wight Tri members took on the very challenging and rough sea conditions for…

Racing report 17th July

Arundel Standard Distance Triathlon 3 members of Wight Tri took part in the Arundel Standard Distance Triathlon with a one way river swim in the second fastest flowing river in the UK, followed by a tough and undulating 40km cycle with a tough 2 lap 10km run to finish. As this was also an age…

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