Month: April 2014
Racing the Tadcaster Triathlon this year? Not sure of the course? Come and join us on Thursday 1st or Friday 2nd May and we’ll show you the route.
Meet at the Tadcaster Pool Car Park at 7.00pm and there’ll be 2 groups going out – one group for a steady ride around the bike course and another along the run route.
Hope you can join us…
If you fancy entering a low cost event – there are some great events at Nostell Priory this year.
Aimed at Novice Triathletes – the distances are quite short and all within the grounds of Nostell Priory.
Visit the site for more information
Duathlon 27th April
Aquathon 18th May
Triathlon 26th June
Go on give it a tri….
T3 are teaming up with CycleSense Cycling Club on their social rides.
Take a look at their new club website.
You’ll be able to find details on all the club rides that leave from CycleSense, Tadcaster every Tuesday and Sunday…
There’s already a Red and a Blue Group – look out for the new Green Group starting soon….
Tadcaster Harriers are launching a new 10 week running group aimed at beginners and those wanting to improve their running. The group starts on Wednesday 9th April 2014, meeting at 7pm at Tadcaster Leisure Centre. Supported by Run England, each session will be supervised by qualified Running Leaders.
For further details contact Mark on 07789 512106 or Chris on 01937 830380<
You can view it on the BBC Red Button 6.30pm on Sunday
ITU World Series: Auckland, New Zealand
Highlights of the opening meeting of the ITU World Series from Auckland, New Zealand, where the first of eight scheduled stops on the calendar took place. Britain’s Non Stanford began the defence of the women’s title, while in the men’s race, much was expected as ever of Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee
There’s also a chance you might see someone from the club in the opening sequence – not saying anything more…..
We now have an online membership – just click on the Membership on the Top Menu Bar. Fill out the Form. Make a quick and easy payment and that’s it….
Bank Holiday Monday 5th May 2014
- Swim 400m Pool
- Bike 14k
- Run 7k
The bike takes a rural route towards the villages of Boston Spa and Bramham before returning to Tadcaster. The run follows the road to Newton Kyme along a tarmac path by the road where it turns back towards Tadcaster on an unsurfaced footpath along the river bank.
This is an ideal race for beginners looking for a short distance race without the extra challenge of open water or experienced triathletes who are looking for an early season warm up event.
The event will be a fund raiser for Tadcaster community pool if you would like to help raise funds to maintain the Community Swimming Pool which is run as a charity click here to e-mail Chris at the pool.
Please note that the transition area will be in Coors Brewery car park to avoid the right turns on the old course.