The Nenagh Triathlon Club was set up in 2007 to promote and develop the sport of triathlon in North Tipperary. As the name suggests, the club are based in Nenagh and we have an abundance of excellent facilities for triathlon training.
Membership is open to anyone of any age who would like to give triathlon or the individual components (swim/bike/run) a go. All that we require is that you become a member / associate member of Triathlon Ireland when you sign up.
Nenagh Triathlon Club Aims
We have one simple aim. We want to provide a training framework for anyone who wants to improve their fitness and compete in duathlons or triathlons.
The club constitution is available to download by clicking on the following link:
For our Junior section we work within the Safeguarding framework within Triathlon Ireland. The Club Safeguarding statement is available to download by clicking on the following link:
- Nenagh Triathlon Club Safeguard Statement 2017-2018
- TI / Nenagh Triathlon Club Safeguard Statement 2018
- TI / Nenagh Triathlon Club Safeguard Risk Assessment 2018
Nenagh Triathlon Club – Joining
The Nenagh Triathlon Club cater for all levels of competitor, from beginner to elite athletes. For those of you who have always dreamed about finishing a triathlon, now is as good a time as any to start training.
If you want to take the plunge and join Nenagh Triathlon Club you can do so via the Triathlon Ireland website.
If you have any questions you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or just ask a committee member at any of the training sessions!:
Club membership Fee: seniors €30 / juniors free / married couple €50
Sometimes these training sessions will change. To make sure you are always updated make sure to check out our Facebook page or join our Viber group.
Triathlon Club Committee 2019/2020
- Chairman – John Meagher
- Club Secretary – Mary Donnellan
- PRO – Cliodhna McGrath
- Treasurer – Mary Donnellan
- Club Development Officer – Ronan O’Driscoll
- Club Children’s Officer (CCO) / Designated Liaison Person (DLP) – Paul Scully