Well done to our junior and senior racers who took part in the session, the performances at the start and end of the session showed how much you learned.
This has proved to be a fantastic venue and we will be back there soon. Check the website and club e-mails shortly.
Coaches – Mark and John
We have secured the use of an excellent facility to offer floodlit traffic free cycle training for those new to Triathlon cycling and those developing in the sport.
The session will be led by two qualified coaches, covering basic bike handling skills including braking, gears, cornering and dealing with hills. The session is open to all TriHarman-Norfolk members and our junior squad, but for safety we have to limit numbers to 25 riders.
See more details here
Congratulations to everyone who took part in our first mini training duathlon today in cool and breezy conditions. Thanks also to Phil and Susie who came out to support. The next one is 9am Sunday 17th December.
The results are shown below.
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A big thank you to everyone who joined us at Woodlands Leisure last night for our evening with Kimberley Morrison. It was a very entertaining and enthralling story of her career so far. Thank you also for your donations for the Great Ormand Street Hospital Charity.
Our biggest Thank you goes to Kim, we look forward to following your successes in 2018.
TriHarman-Norfolk Triathlon Club members qualified for the 2017 club championships by competing in one or more of the below local triathlon races. Their best score went forward to the competition.
The 2017 TriHarman-Norfolk Champions are:
1st – Suzie T
2nd – Amanda M
3rd – Tessa M
1st – Nigel A
2nd – Martin W
3rd – John M
Their awards will be presented at the annual dinner.
2nd July 2017 – Outlaw Half at Holkham (Middle distance)
10th September 2017 – North Norfolk Triathlon at Wells (Standard distance)
24th September 2017 – Woodlands Leisure Triathlon at Upper Sheringham (Super Sprint distance)
Many of you tried our training mini duathlons last winter. They are back this year, the next of these will be Sunday 17th December.
They are not competitive events, but will be timed for your future reference. Full details
TriHarman-Norfolk has some incredible lady racers who take on the toughest races out there. Through the last year we have seen Tracy working towards taking on Ironman Wales. We know how hard she worked and while we love to report the successes such races don’t always go to plan.
Here is Tracys report, one thing can be guaranteed this is not the end of her triathlon story. Read more
I am sure many of you have reached the season end with a variety of aches, pains and injuries. Your physio will no doubt have advised improving your core strength and overall flexibility to smooth the road to recovery and prevent future problems.
Teresa runs a number of sessions and as a Level 3 Triathlon Coach is able to help athletes get maximum gain from each session. If you would like to attend the classes are shown below. The cost is just £5 per 1 hour session and all equipment is supplied.
Monday 10.00am – East Runton Community Hall, East Runton
Thursday 7.00pm – East Runton Community Hall, East Runton
Friday 10.30am – FFMA Gym, Cromer
TriHarman-Norfolk are developing a new regular training session aimed at young people taking part in, or training to take part in triathlon type events.
These sessions will be further developed to offer coaching in different triathlon skills either before or after the swim. Check our ‘Latest News’ section for latest sessions. We currently have a single dedicated lane in the 25m pool and the session will be delivered by a qualified Triathlon coach.
This coached swim session is restricted to swimmers under 18 years old and will take place at Woodlands Leisure, Upper Sheringham, NR26 8TU, 6–7pm each Sunday. Read more here
In 2015 the world of triathlon was left reeling in shock as I announced my retirement from Ironman on the finish line of IM Barcelona. So when I rang 220 Triathlon to let them know that I was making a comeback at Ironman Copenhagen I was surprised when they didn’t seem that bothered.
Read all about his adventure here.
So here’s the thing, a year ago I never had any inclination, whatsoever, to become an Outlaw in 2017, completing an ironman distance triathlon in 14hrs 5mins and 40secs. I had thought I might do another marathon to celebrate my 60th year, but not this!
Firstly, I should say that without the help of Mark & Teresa, I would not have been any where near as successful as I was, so a big thank you to them. Nor would I have been so fortunate as to have the support and time needed for training if it wasn’t for Nigel and Poppy, massive thanks to them also.
Read more here