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Plenty of members in action at the Inverness Half Marathon & 5km Sunday 11th March.
Lots of hard work has been put in both individually and at Thursday night club run sessions since the new year.
All the hard work has paid off with a number of sizeable PB results for club members.
Well done to all. Check out the Inverness Half Marathon Results 2018
If your looking to improve your running join us every Thursday night 6.30pm at the highland university campus.
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Triathlon Inverness is considering attending some races in 2018 as a club in a slightly more coordinated manner. If the races are doable in a day for example we can coordinate cars and if further afield we can look into accommodation and possible minibus transport.
Congratulations to all who took part in the Nairn Triathlons, both the Novice and Sprint events. A huge thank you to all the volunteers who gave up their time both on the day and in the weeks and months leading up to the event: it wouldn’t happen without them.
Another first for Triathlon Inverness with coaches, club members and their families all heading over to the Black Isle Show Ground for some closed road skills sessions. This will hopefully be another case of ‘the first of many’ as the club looks to grow its junior and family involvement.
Looks like everyone had a blast and learnt lots of skills. Look out for the next one!
Martin was putting his amazing ultra legs to the test again with another Ultra Marathon. This time he was tackling 71km which maybe seemed like a walk in the park compared to the previous distance of 71 miles that he undertook! Marin was at the pointy end of the field again and took 6th place. Congratulations Martin!
As the club moves towards trying to open itself up to wider participation from the youth sector and families in general, Thursday saw the first of the new family style run sessions. Both parents and kids can come along together with parents going one way for coaching and juniors coached separately. Everyone gets to come along and enjoy triathlon... what could be better.
The first session went well and will hopefully be the first of many. Just as a side note, if your child wants to do triathlon but you don’t, you can still bring them along – you never know, you might get the bug too and want to join in!
Aberfeldy is always a firm favourite on the race calendar and this year was no different with the Dragon Slayers, Darren, Unwin and Graham all heading down. Barry McKelvie was also there along with Sarah and Terry. A few other local Inverness triathletes from G Squad were also in action including Ruth, Pete and Jen who is returning to racing after the birth of their daughter Charlotte.