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The Kingy Tri is back! Come celebrate the 10th anniversary of the event with us! With the rising of the sun on Sunday the 23rd of November, people young and old, boys and girls will once again merge on the shores of Kingscliff to participe in the Kids, Tempta, Sprint or Olympic distance Triathlon. There are twelve event categories on offer to cater for everyone, no matter age or fitness level. Tempta and Sprint distances are perfect for those who are not quite ready to tackle the full Olympic distance. Participants can also choose to only compete in one leg in the Olympic or Sprint Relays. The popular ‘5km Fun Run’ and the ‘62km Social Ride’ will be held on the first day (Saturday 22 Nov), and welcomes both experienced runners and beginners. The title gives it away… it’s all about having fun, and enjoying the great atmosphere and beautiful scenery. Register now on www.kingsclifftri.com.au KT10 flyer.pdf KT10 flyer.pdf KT10 flyer.pdf
Hi! I am traveling from the USA to AUS for about a year and starting my travels in Torquay. I race a a competitive level and enjoy training with others! If you have suggestions on the following, I would so appreciate it! -Triathlon clubs in Torquay -Meet up time/location for track workouts, weekly runs and rides -Meet up times/locations/skill level for weekend rides and runs -Best training pools/structured swim workouts -Recommended races Hopefully I will get to meet some of you!! How is the triathlon scene in Torquay, is there a good community? Any suggestions for a city to visit after Torquay that is known for their triathlon community?
Thought I would share this with those that like something a bit different.This event was organized to celebrate the 100th Canberra birthday. Sri Chinmoy put on the event and did a great job, co-ordinating, trail marking and supporting the runners. The course started from Regatta Point Lake Burley Griffin and took in the major peaks surrounding Canberra. I completed the 2nd leg 30km which was a fairly full on day. There were 25-30 solo runners and approx 70-80 teams. with the solo winner just under 11 hours. Here's the link with details and results. http://au.srichinmoyraces.org/canberra100km Hopefully on next year cause I'll be backing up to have a go again cheers Tritragic