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Triathlete (tri-ath-lete) n. a person who doesn’t understand that one sport is enough. Or that one slice of cake is enough.

Now open for new members – Dublin, South East Meath and North Kildare’s Triathlon Club.

New2Tri

New2Tri  is a 10-week programme to get you to the start, and finish line of your first Sprint Triathlon!

The last two years have been like no other, but having a goal and working towards achieving it is a great way to maintain focus and increase motivation. 

The hugely successful Tritanium TC New2Tri programme is returning for a second time in 2022 to help you achieve your triathlon goal. 

With experienced club members mentoring you, you will follow a specialised plan incorporating bike and run sessions to help you train and prepare for your first event – Dublin City Triathlon. By training alongside all club members, you will get regular encouragement and support and will pick up invaluable nuggets of information and knowledge!

2022 New2Tri

  • Starting 20th June 2022  and targeting  Dublin City Triathlon on 28th August 2022.
  • 10-week training plan delivered electronically.
  • Dedicated buddy and New2Tri Group Chat
  • Full support of the whole club with a wealth of tri experience

For more information, you can email the club at  tritaniumtc@gmail.com

About

Tritanium Triathlon Club was established in 2017 by a group of friends who decided that they wanted to be part of a club whose main focus was not about competing but about taking part in a Triathlon.

The aim of the club is  to make the training sessions as much about being social as they are about working hard.

With that goal in mind, the club organises sessions, where possible, with a focus on having a post session chat, a coffee and maybe some cake.

We welcome members from Dublin 15, South East Meath (Clonee, Dunboyne Ratoath etc) and North Kildare (Leixlip, Celbridge, Maynooth, Kilcock etc) and surrounding areas.

News / Blog

Mallorca 70.3 – Race Report Caroline O’Mahony

May 2019 I stood in the water in Alcudia cheering on the TTC crew and decided that I’d be back next year to race it for myself. Little did I know it would be a three year build up to my first 70.3 and boy did I let it build up in my head.  

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