The morning after the night before: we hope everyone is not too sore after yesterday’s duathlon?! The results are up so check them out – you can compare your times to the previous races on it too. Most people managed to seriously improve their times at the race which was great to see. These races are perfect for improving your race fitness for triathlon. We have one more duathlon race left so we would like for you to target this (date should be confirmed this evening). We would love to welcome back a few more ‘lost’ club members to the next one! How long does it bloody take to recover after child birth?!!! sheeeesh.
Nenagh Summer League: Club Preparation Day: this evening we will be heading out ot the N7 to cycle the route of the upcoming Nenag Summer League. Attendance at this is very important for those looking to take part in the league this year. It will give you an idea of what is involved without the pressure of race day. This training session is open to all club members. We will be meeting at the Stereame Car Park. Try and be ready for 6:25 as we are leaving bang on 6:30pm. If you are running late then drive out and meet us in Birdhill for 7:00pm. Don’t worry about whether you are good enough – just turn up!
Junior Cycling Training: is on this evening at 4:30. As we edge closer to the first junior race of the season you need to make sure you get yourself to these training sessions. More details of the first race will be on the website later today. Oh the excitement!!!
Best of Luck at TriLaois: to all our club members that are heading to this, the first triathlon of the season in Portlaoise this Saturday. The Portlaoise club always put on a good race so we hope ye all enjoy the experience. We want a race report from one of ye next Monday morning – send to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday Cycle: the starting time has changed for this training session. It will now start slightly earlier at 8:30 sharp. Some of the lads will be away at the cycling coaching day so the route ye want to do is really up to those that turn up. The route below would be ideal, with everyone trying to also fit in Coum on the way home. Take it easy at the start and speed up as you go along.
Some of our older juniors (or beginner seniors) should try and turn up at this. Stay at the back of the bunch and see how far you get. You should target getting to Dolla at the very least before turning off back to Nenagh.