Hemel Hempstead Sprint Tri
Wight Tri member, Steve Dines took on his final triathlon of the season, his 10th for the year. At the beginning of the year, Steve had chosen to complete 10 triathlons in 2019, as a tribute to his late dad and to raise money for Dementia, which
On Sunday 22nd September Wight Tri members Alan Jones and Daniel Morgan travelled to a Wet and Windy Weymouth to Compete in the Iron Man 70.3 middle distance triathlon being held in the Seaside town.
The event comprises of a 1.2 mile swim in Weymouth Bay, it's then onto a 56
Wight Tri Chairman Nick Kenney started the Wales Ironman Triathlon for the second time with the sole intention of completing this event. Unfortunately last year, he crashed out on the bike, crossing a cattle grid and breaking his collar bone. However, with his injury fixed, he was ready to conquer
Brighton and Hove Standard Distance Triathlon (European Age Group Qualifier)
Wight Tri members and IW Talented Athlete Award recipients, Jan Fletcher and Glyn Jenkins competed in the Brighton and Hove Standard Distance Triathlon, which was also the European Age Group Championship qualifier for Tartu, Estonia in 2020.
The race started at 11.15am
Wight Tri members, Steve Goodier, Pete Carter and Nina French travelled to Almere, Netherlands to take on the Challenge Almere Triathlons.
Steve and Pete took on the Challenge Almere Long Distance Triathlon, which also incorporated the European Age Group Long Distance Triathlon Championships, for which both had qualified and would be
Wight Tri members, Michaela Heathcote and Steve Dines travelled to Cirencester to take part in the Cotswolds Sprint Triathlon.
A 750m swim in the Cotswold Country Park lake, followed by a 20km cycle on quiet country roads and a 2 lap 5km run on paths around the lake.
New member, Michaela had
3 members of Wight Tri, Natalie Ellen, Dean Pike and Russ Mellor travelled the short distance over the Solent to take part in the Portsmouth Sprint and Standard Distance Triathlons.
The event consisted of 750m or 1500m sea swims and 24km or 42km lapped bike route around Portsmouth, followed by 1
10 members braved the rough sea conditions to take on the last triathlon of the season in the nominated Wight Tri Club Triathlon Championship event.
Starting with a 400m sea swim at Yaverland, with even th stronger swimmers finding it tough to get into the sea due to the strong waves,
Challenge Almere-Amsterdam 2017
A few miles east of Amsterdam,the whole region of what is now called Flevoland didn’t exist until 1976 - until then it was under the sea. It was reclaimed, and is now characterised by dikes, windmills, nature reserves and endless straight roads.
The new city of Almere organised the
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