East Midlands Triathlon Club of the Year 2022

Nottingham Triathlon Club is a British Triathlon affiliated club catering for all ages and abilities.Β 

Awarded East Midlands Triathlon Club of the Year in 2022 and the British Triathlon Bronze TriMark award in 2019 the club runs a wide range of training sessions for both adults and juniors with all training led by British Triathlon qualified coaches.

We run coached swim, bike and run sessions throughout the week and, whether you are a beginner wanting to train for your first triathlon or an experienced triathlete looking to improve your performance, our coaches can help you to achieve your goals.

If you would like to get in touch and talk about joining contact us at hello@nottinghamtri.com.Β 

TE Awards regional club of the year 2022

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πŸ“’ SHOUT OUT if you haven't already seen on the @bbcsport news, one of our regular members Meg who plans to climb the three peaks, swim its largest lakes and cycle between the three mountains all for charity!! 😱
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Meg Pragnell , who's a junior doctor, hopes to raise £6,000 before she starts her challenge on *September 18th* and is raising money online via Just Giving ➑️ @tripeakschallenge
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The challenge will support the Alzheimer’s Society, as well as the hospice that cared for her grandfather
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1️⃣ She will begin by climbing Ben Nevis, before cycling to Loch Lomond.
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2️⃣ After swimming across the water, she will then cycle to - and swim - Windermere, before climbing Scafell Pike.
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3️⃣ Finally, she will swim across Wales's largest lake Llyn Tegid, before climbing Snowdon
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Please help out and donate what you can πŸ’«
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#nottinghamtriclub #tripeakschallenge #triathlon #charity #sheneedsourhelp #nottinghamsport #justgiving
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πŸ“’ SHOUT OUT if you havent already seen on the @bbcsport news,  one of our regular members Meg who plans to climb the three peaks, swim its largest lakes and cycle between the three mountains all for charity!! 😱
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Meg Pragnell  , whos a junior doctor, hopes to raise £6,000 before she starts her challenge on *September 18th* and is raising money online via Just Giving ➑️ @tripeakschallenge
.
The challenge will support the Alzheimer’s Society, as well as the hospice that cared for her grandfather
.
1️⃣ She will begin by climbing Ben Nevis, before cycling to Loch Lomond.
.
2️⃣ After swimming across the water, she will then cycle to - and swim - Windermere, before climbing Scafell Pike.
.
3️⃣ Finally, she will swim across Waless largest lake Llyn Tegid, before climbing Snowdon
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Please help out and donate what you can πŸ’«
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#nottinghamtriclub #tripeakschallenge #triathlon #charity #sheneedsourhelp #nottinghamsport #justgiving

Friends that train together, play well together!

Some of our juniors enjoyed some water fun this morning at Active Nottingham.

If you or your child (aged 8+) would like to have a go at triathlon - perhaps after being inspired after the Commonwealth Games successes over the weekend, email hello@nottinghamtri.com to organise a free taster session.
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Friends that train together, play well together!

Some of our juniors enjoyed some water fun this morning at Active Nottingham. 

If you or your child (aged 8+) would like to have a go at triathlon - perhaps after being inspired after the Commonwealth Games successes over the weekend, email hello@nottinghamtri.com to organise a free taster session.

Look at the determination on these cyclists faces after a track session on Saturday.

Confidence, techniques, knowledge and speed increasing πŸ‘πŸ»
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Look at the determination on these cyclists faces after a track session on Saturday.

Confidence, techniques, knowledge and speed increasing πŸ‘πŸ»

6 of our club members took part in the 4th round of the Spring Lakes Water Sports Aquathon series, and won the Club team event πŸ₯³

On top of that our junior, Max, won the centurion award! Karen is also still holding the lead as the league leader! πŸ’ͺ

Well done everyone! Another great weekend of racing in the hot weather πŸ”₯ Where did you race this weekend?
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6 of our club members took part in the 4th round of the Spring Lakes Water Sports Aquathon series, and won the Club team event πŸ₯³ 

On top of that our junior, Max, won the centurion award! Karen is also still holding the lead as the league leader! πŸ’ͺ

Well done everyone! Another great weekend of racing in the hot weather πŸ”₯ Where did you race this weekend?Image attachment

Congratulations coach Matt on winning 2nd place at Holbrook Hill race!

Setting an example and showing us how it’s done.

Congratulations Matt πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ
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Congratulations coach Matt on winning 2nd place at Holbrook Hill race!

Setting an example and showing us how it’s done.

Congratulations Matt πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ
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Congratulations coach Matt on winning 2nd place at Holbrook Hill race! 

Setting an example and showing us how it’s done.

Congratulations Matt πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ

Another excellent training week!

Of course, there has been swimming, cycling and running πŸŠπŸ»β€β™€οΈ 🚴🏾 πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ

What’s been your favourite session?
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Another excellent training week! 

Of course, there has been swimming, cycling and running πŸŠπŸ»β€β™€οΈ 🚴🏾 πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ 

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Now this is an achievement!

John Moore (club member, aged 52), Ellie Fretwell (22) and Anna Luff (34) have together swam the Channel!

What made it extra tough was that they started out as a team of 5 (work friends) then 1 guy failed the medical and another pulled out a week before. So just left the team of 3 to give it a go.

To add to this, both Ellie and John suffered with severe sea sickness between the swims. So they were really running on empty (literally) by the end.

They completed it in a very respectable 13 hours 54 mins which they are very proud of - rightly so!

Nottingham Tri Club are also very proud of you πŸ‘ πŸŠπŸ»β€β™€οΈ
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Now this is an achievement! 

John Moore (club member, aged 52), Ellie Fretwell (22) and Anna Luff (34) have together swam the Channel! 

What made it extra tough was that they started out as a team of 5 (work friends) then 1 guy failed the medical and another pulled out a week before. So just left the team of 3 to give it a go.

To add to this, both Ellie and John suffered with severe sea sickness between the swims. So they were really running on empty (literally) by the end. 

They completed it in a very respectable 13 hours 54 mins which they are very proud of - rightly so!

Nottingham Tri Club are also very proud of you πŸ‘ πŸŠπŸ»β€β™€οΈImage attachmentImage attachment

Congratulations to club member Bruce for his podium finish at last weekend’s Dambuster Triathlon!

Very impressive times there Bruce πŸ‘πŸ»

Well done to everyone who took part πŸŠπŸ»β€β™€οΈ 🚴🏾 πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ
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Congratulations to club member Bruce for his podium finish at last weekend’s Dambuster Triathlon!

Very impressive times there Bruce πŸ‘πŸ»

Well done to everyone who took part πŸŠπŸ»β€β™€οΈ 🚴🏾 πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈImage attachment
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