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Potential Races to attend as a club

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.

Sat 10 Feb 2018Read more…

Nairn Triathlon 2017

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.
Novice results
Sprint results

Sun 17 Sep 2017Read more…

Family Triathlon Skills Morning

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!

Sun 27 Aug 2017Read more…

Glen Coe Ultra Marathon and 10km27th August 2017

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!

Sun 27 Aug 2017Read more…

Family Style Run Sessions

Family Style Run Session

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!

Fri 25 Aug 2017Read more…

Aberfeldy Middle Distance

Aberfeldy Middle 2017

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.

Sun 20 Aug 2017Read more…

UCI Championnats du Monde de cyclist amateur2nd August 2017

World Amateur Cycle Championships 2017

Congratulations to Keith Hinds who qualified for and took part in the World Amateur Cycling Championships which hosted 2376 riders from all over the world. Great Britain had the biggest contingent of riders on the day with a whopping 770 cyclists. France was next in line with 284 riders. Here’s what Keith had to say about the event:
‘34+ degrees on a brutal course. 5:25 for the 96 miles with cramping from about 60 miles onward but felt strong near the end.’
Well done Keith, this is a great achievement.

Wed 2 Aug 2017Read more…

Ironman Edinburgh 70.3

Ironman 70 3 Edinburgh 2017

Ironman has made it to Scotland – I’m sure there are mixed views about this but for all the expense and big branding of Ironman, they do put on a great event. The race directors are well known in Scotland (Paul McGreal from Durty Events and Richard Pearson who organizes Aberfeldy).

Sun 2 Jul 2017Read more…

Arran Man Triathlon – July 2017

Richard, Sarah, Pete andJill

Richard, Sarah and Jill, along with fellow Inverness based triathlete Pete ventured over to the Isle of Arran to take part in the Arran Man middle distance triathlon (one of several swimming/running/duathlon/triathlon events that were taking place that weekend). The event has a 1900m swim (although it was actually just over 2km), the bike is pretty cool as it is one loop of the island which happens to be exactly 90km (the exact distance of a middle distance triathlon bike leg) and then there’s the half marathon to finish it off.

Sun 18 Jun 2017Read more…

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