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Wow! What a busy month of racing we have had and its only really the start of the season! Firstly, a massive congratulations to those that went out to the beautiful Island of Hawaii to the Ironman world championships. I think it's fair to say that everyone there raced their socks off and really did Warringah Tri club proud!
More recently we had the Nepean Triathlon which had a great turnout from the club, well done to everyone who raced there as well as the inaugural Husky long course weekend. Special mentions go out to the Walker family with 3 age-group podium wins at Nepean, Brian Black at Husky long course weekend with 3rd overall and Simon Manson for his stellar performance at the Xterra World championships gaining a 4th Overall!
LADIES ONLY CYCLE RIDE SUCCESS
On 22nd October Warringah Triathlon club held the first of its ladies only group training rides, led by Emily Kempson. This had a great turnout and was a great introduction into triathlon and road riding.
Due to its success the committee are looking at ways to make this a regular fixture over the season, details to follow soon.
FRIDAY AQUATHLONS (formerly known as duathlons) ARE BACK!
With the change in the clocks, we have also kicked off the Friday Aquathons which have had a great turnout so far, please come and join the club at the Shelly beach boat ramp Friday nights from 6.30pm. More info can be found here.
1st TRIATHLON OF THE SEASON
November 19th will be the first triathlon race in the Warringah Triathlon club series up at North Head. Race start is at 6.30, hope to see you there!
3 POINTS CHALLENGE
For those of you who haven't taken part in this event before, this is a great local event hosted by North Curl Curl SLSC, which is a combined swim/run challenge along the Northern Beaches. The event combines swims and running from North Curl Curl to Freshwater return (max swim distance of 300m).
For further details and race entries please see here