We are very proud to announce that four junior Warringah members have been named as part of the 2020/2021 Rest of State Talent Academy (ROSTA) squad.
A huge congratulations to our four amazing young athletes:
The ROSTA replaces the squad known as the 'Talent ID' squad, and is part of the Triathlon NSW Development Pathway Program.
We'd also like to give a big shout out to our Juniors volunteer Emily Kempson for assisting with applications.
We are incredibly proud to announce the winners of the Emma Jeffcoat Warringah Tri Junior Scholarship 2020:
What a beautiful morning for racing! Congratulations to all athletes, and a huge thank you to all our volunteers and our race sponsors, Bill Buckle Subaru.
Race results are now available from Skywalker Creative - just click the button below to view.
Congratultions to all athletes who competed at our first WTC + MWCC Time Trial on the brutal West Head course.
Results are now available for all Warringah athletes, just follow the link below.
A huge thank you to our volunteers, athletes and sponsor SquareOne Physio + Pilates + Exercise for this morning's race. It was a perfect bluebell day, with some incredible results achieved on course.
Results are now available at the below link.
Warringah is proud to announce that applications are now open for the first annual Junior Scholarship!
This year WTC will be working with partners SquareOne, 99 Bikes and Catfish Designs to offer support to one male and one female junior club member.
Applications open Wednesday 5 August 2020 and close Sunday 23 August 2020. Winners will be announced during the week beginning 24 August.
Winners will be chosen at the discretion of the club's committee and will take into consideration responses to the applications questions, as well as the applicant's potential to positively promote the club and its partners.
Applicants must be a current (2020/21) financial junior club member and submit the form below by Sunday 23 August 2020.
Click here to apply!
Registrations are now open for WTC’s 9-race club series!
The 2020/21 series features three duathlons and six triathlons to be held between August and April. With race entry numbers limited to comply with COVID-19 NSW Government Health restrictions, the safest way for WTC members to confirm their entry in each of the monthly races is by purchasing a series entry.
All WTC members are entitled to one free club race as part of their renewal, which has been automatically incorporated into the price of the series. Those who purchase a series entry will, however, be expected to volunteer at one of the club races throughout the year.
Click here to register!
We are very excited to announce four time trial (TT) events on the challenging West Head course. These races are scheduled for:
Riders from both clubs will be despatched from 0630 at 30 second intervals. Athletes can choose between a 24km or 42km course.
As the roads will be closed, it is encouraged that competitors cycle to the event, or alternatively park near Duffys Forest to ensure exiting from the site does not impact other competitors.
Registration will open next week (beginning 13th July) and close on the Wednesday prior to each event to allow sufficient notification of start times and race numbers.
This event will be conducted in accordance with a COVID-safe plan. Competitors will be breifed prior to the event to ensure the safety of competitors and volunteers.
Registration and more detailed information will be available shortly on our Race page.
Warringah Triathlon Club is celebrating a win for all Northern Beaches cyclists with a decision to swap proposed speed humps at McCarrs Creek Road at Church Point with a cycle friendly option.
After discovering late last week that work was about to commence to install 12 speed humps along the popular cycle route, our committee swung into action - gaining a copy of the plans, enlisting the help of Manly Warringah Cycle Club and jointly lobbying to ensure cyclists using the area would not be impacted by the proposal.
With the support of Councillor Sarah Grattan, Northern Beaches Council listened to both parties' concerns and made the sensible decision to only use the flat top speed humps similar to those pictured, a great result for all recreational cyclists.
Warringah Tri Club has been successful in receiving $1500 from the recent round of Local Sports Grants!
The grant forms part of our Club Race Upgrade works to improve safety for competitors and reduce barriers to entry. The committee is continuing to work hard behind the scenes on a number of initiatives to:
If you think you can assist in any of the above areas, please reach out to President David Wiles at email@example.com