Month: December 2015
Our Coaching sessions for next year have proved to be very popular and have sold out already.
If there is sufficient demand we may look to holding another block of sessions in March.
T3 have teamed up with Coach Morg (Swim Smooth) and Tadcaster Swimming Pool to be able to offer you a fantastic opportunity to get your swim training off to a great start in the New Year.
Coach Morg is a Swim Smooth Certified & Triathlon Coach. The sessions are open to swimmers of all abilities and is a great opportunity to pick up some tips from a qualified coach. Working with groups of up to 20 participants and Morg will ensure that all abilities are catered for and where possible everyone will achieve their goals over the sessions.
The dates set for the course are:
- Thursday 7th January 20:00 – 21:30
- Thursday 14h January 20:00 – 21:30
- Thursday 21st January 20:00 – 21:30
- Thursday 28th January 20:00 – 21:30
- Thursday 4th February 20:00 – 21:30
- Thursday 11th February 20:00 – 21:30
There is a maximum of 20 places available – so sign up now – your 6 week pass can be bought here
Who is Coach Morg?
Morgan has been coaching Triathlon & Open Water Swimming at the highest level for over 10 years. He has also been a pioneer and leader in the development of triathlon and open water swimming, working with the governing bodies of both sports as a coach educator & assessor. As well as regularly coaching from our base in Yorkshire he has regularly coached abroad including Spain, French Alps, Lanzarote and Perth, Western Australia with Swim Smooth. Recently Morgan graduated from the British Triathlon Kaizen High Performance Coaching programme.
For more info visit the CoachMorg website
T3 Membership for 2016 is now available online. Click on the Membership tab, complete all your details and that’s it! We have kept fees the same for 2016 at only £15.00. There will be lots of activities planned for 2016 exclusive to club members – so don’t miss out – sign up for 2016 now….
Another Club Race and another very wet day! We aren’t having much look with the weather on the events recently – but people keep turning up!! 6 turned up for the race to brave the cold and wet weather – well it was our Brass Monkey Aquathlon – so there was a clue in the title. It lived up to its name – it was wet and then got wetter when we got out the pool!
A 500m swim, followed by a 5km run – nothing like a good blast on a winters day to get you going! Definitely an event we’ll have again – as its nice and easy to organise! Swim – jump out the pool – 5km out and back run out towards Newton Kyme – high fiving people along the way – back for a mince pie and a hot drink! Sorted!
Didn’t get split times but the overall results are:
1st Glenn Armstrong 27:45
2nd Rob Spavin 30:48
3rd Warren Allison 30:50
4th Linda Harris 34:50
5th Lynne Hargrave 34:53
6th Ian Spencer 38.45
Well done everyone who took part – I know the date clashed with a lot of other things going on – I’m sure we’ll have more out next time….
Next events on the calendar are the Brass Monkey Half Marathon and the Club Winter Duathlon at the end of January….watch this space…
(Apologies for the image of people running in their speedos – that ones just for Ian!)
Can You Swim?
Can You Run?
Come and try the T3
Brass Monkey Aquathlon
Saturday December 12th at 2.00pm
Swim 500m – Run 5km
And best of all its FREE
Tadcaster Triathlon Team invite you to join them for their newest race in the calendar. The Brass Monkey Aquathlon. Can you brave the Cold? Swim 500m in the heated pool then out into the cold for a 5km Run? When you are finished come along and join us afterwards for a coffee and a mince pie and find out more about T3 and some of the exciting things we have planned for 2016.
Rob Spavin takes victory in the T3 Hill Climb. In horrendous conditions 6 T3 members set out from Tadcaster for Black Hill for the first ever T3 Hill Climb Challenge. What a climb it was! With a river running down the road at the start and sections of the climb at 20% – this wasn’t the easiest of climbs. There was no hanging around at the bottom – everyone soon got into a rhythm and went to the max on the climb. It hurts and then it hurts some more – Jo Derry was off like a whippet but it was Rob who triumphed on the day – the Ironman in Wales this year probably made this hill look like a bump in the road…. Well done for everyone who took part – results will be added to the Winter Series soon….