It’s only a little over a week away until the club’s specific 70.3 program kicks off – that’s assuming of course we get the numbers.
At this stage the interest is not indicating that this will be the case, so I urge every club member who could be even remotely interested in joining other like-minded, dedicated, goal focussed athletes, to get on down to the info night this Thursday the 28th January at the Forrest Park Community Sports Hall @ 47 Forrest Road Padbury from 7pm.
Every question, query and concern will be answered, ensuring you go away armed with everything you need to know to hopefully decide to take on what is guaranteed to be a fun, challenging and hugely rewarding experience. We need a minimum of 15 athletes and with every subsequent five athletes we get signed on, the cost will come down on a sliding scale; so give your mates, wives’, husband’s, kids and anyone doing the race a rev up and get them down to the info night at least.
Entering my seventh year as a coach, I chose very early to focus exclusively on the half and full Iron distance disciplines. With a combined 12 full and half Iron distance races as a competitor over this very course, (as well as qualifying and racing Kona), countless training sessions over the same ground and seven specific Busselton 70.3 and IM squads as a coach, I believe I am very well qualified in helping equip and empower the members of this great club with the confidence, technical knowhow and mental and physical skills necessary to go out there and get the very most from yourself come race day. But don’t just take it from me – come and be a part of it and experience it yourself.
See you all on the 28th Jan and please drop me a quick line at firstname.lastname@example.org so I have an idea of attendance numbers.