Don't forget to save your place at the table for the annual Southampton Triathlon Club Christmas Dinner & Prizegiving!

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Tim Wilkes Day 2 - 2016

It’s that time of year again to get your race suits on and join in the fun at the second of our 2016 Tim Wilkes Training days.

It will be held on Saturday 22nd October starting at the Quay Swimming pool 09:00am. It will consist of a 400m lane swim. You will be allocated a lane and start time. Please arrive at least 10 minutes before you are due to start.

We'll then head over to the next event, the cycle! Starting at Bolton’s Bench, just south of Lyndhurst on the Beaulieu Rd. We will park at Matley Passage car park (3miles from Lyndhurst towards Beaulieu just before the steep down hill section).  We aim to provide a volunteer timekeeper but bring a watch to time your ride. It's the P164c 10mile Time Trial Course  which we hope will be marshalled, see the map below.

Next up is the run. It's a 4km course on easy gravel tracks in the Forestry Commission ‘Deer Leap Enclosure’ just south of Ashurst Station (See )

We will hold a mass start so make sure you arrive in good time.

The course will be marked however it is fairly simple with three left-hand turns and then one right-hand turn to bring you back to the start. After the run we will head across the road for a ‘warm down’ at the New Forest Hotel for a good pub lunch where we will announce the results!

If you have any Qs please ask us in person, email or post on STC Facebook page and we will respond asap.

Hope to see you there!

Formed in 1987 the Southampton Tri Club is a club for like minded people who enjoy the challenge triathlon has to offer. The club caters for all abilities within a friendly atmosphere with now have over 100 members. We are affiliated with the British Triathlon Federation and Star Mark qualified.


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