Tri2O Club – The Fastest Growing Triathlon Club in the UK!


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Tri2O Club, based at the Tri2O Open Water Swim Centre, is now the fastest growing triathlon club in the UK having amassed almost 60 members within just 7 weeks of its formation.
The Club was formed by the Tri2O Swim Centre team following numerous requests from swimmers and triathletes who wanted to train with other people, to take part in structured training sessions and to meet like minded people.

Tri2O Club prides itself on providing a super friendly, inclusive atmosphere where people can come to train and improve whether they are a triathlon first-timer or an Ironman World Championship Qualifier. And the experienced coaching team of Clive Alderson and Russ Cox are regularly on hand to provide friendly guidance and advice.

Training

The Tri2O Club carefully cultivate a Team atmosphere at the group training sessions, taking great pride in catering for all abilities, ensuring that everyone is looked after and no-one is left behind.
Summer training includes a Group Open Water Swim on Tuesdays at 6.30pm, a Group Run (5km-10km) on Thursdays at 6.30pm and a Group Bike Ride on Sundays at 10am (20-40 miles).
Winter training schedules are just being formulated and more news will follow soon.

Tri2O Online

The Club have also already embraced 21st century media forms to pass on regular club updates via facebook and twitter. Members can follow Club news at:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tri2O-Club/136934236348684

http://twitter.com/Tri2O

So, if you’re interested in joining a super friendly, well-organised and inclusive triathlon club which offers something a little different, join Tri2O Club today!!
Contact Club Secretary Dom Dos Remedios for further details at dom@mysportingtimes.com.

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  1. IS anyone taking out a group on this coming Sunday the25th
    I have missed the last few weeks due to swimming commitments etc.
    I want to get back into it again.
    Alex (dougie) Douglas

    Comment by alex (dougie) douglas — 22nd March 2012 @ 11:48am

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