WEEKLY UPDATE

Written by Janine Kaye on . Posted in News

There are lots of activities again this week around the club, so be sure to check out the calendar for the weekly training sessions available and get involved!  Highlights of the weeks activities include:

TRYSTARS

* TRYSTARS TRAINING  – Friday 31st October, 4.30pm

The session this week will be at Sacred Heart again for both Trystars and CT’s. CT’s will cycle with Kevin and the Trystars will have a bike and run session co-ordinated by Janine. Parent help is welcome and encouraged. Remember, your helmets! Registration is at 4.30pm.

* SATURDAY MORNING CT RIDE WITH KEVIN – Saturday 1st November, 6.30am

This Saturday with Kevin leaving from McDonalds Joondalup.  Please be there at 6.15am for a 6.30am start.  Don’t forget your lights and remember to wear your ID wristband.  This is a junior club ride.

 

JUNIORS AND SENIORS: 

* LIVE WELL PHYSIO PILATES MAT CLASS – Information night for NCTC – Tuesday 28th October, 7.45-8.30pm

Live Well Physio are offering Pilates classes to North Coast members starting in early november at Craigie Leisure Centre. An information session for members will be held at the SSLSC tonight, 28th October to explain about the classes, the benefits of Pilates and how it can help your triathlon training.  See the poster below for more information.Pilates Classes Poster - Hillarys - North Coast Tri (Large)

* SATURDAY RIDE – Saturday 1st November, Power Station TT, 6am

This is a great ride for those getting ready to taper for Mandurah 70.3 and anyone else keen to join in! The Power Station Time Trial ride is a single distance ride of 80km from Sorrento SLSC to the Gnangara Power Station and back. The time trial section is an out and back course of 15kms each way giving you an excellent opportunity to stretch the legs on a road with almost no vehicles. See more information at http://northcoasttriclub.org.au/event/ride-power-station-tt-2/

* SAVE THE DATE- MAX GREIVES MEMORIAL RUN, 14th November

Max Greive was a founding member and a driving force in setting up the Club in the early 90s. Max tragically died of cancer at the age of 55 and we remember him through this memorial run. Entry is by means of as many gold coins as you wish to give for both runners and walkers, with all proceeds donated to the Cancer Council of Australia. The run is a 10km distance, with a 5km version  for social entrants. Start and finish at the Sorrento Surf Life Saving Club. Race briefing 6:05pm, Race start 6:15pm

Volunteers are desperately required to assist on the night, including Race director, water station manning, and other important jobs. Please contact triathlon@northcoasttriclub.org.au if you are available and willing to help.