Go Tri and Sprint Tri event entries open

The Sprint Tri date for this year is 30th June and event entries are already open via Results Base. Event details can be found here.

The Go Tri dates are  also available to enter. These will be on Wednesday evenings at 7pm and will be on 15th May, 5th June and 17th July. Event entries are via the Go Tri website. . Event details can be found here.

Marshals – will be required for all events. We require approx 50 for the Sprint Tri and 24 for Continue reading

Club Championship Table with 1 week to go (plus 1 more park run TBA)

**Bamburgh half marathon results added**

The Club Championship finishes at the end of October so you still have time to improve your score but only just! by

  • adding a long run (10 miles or more, officially timed)
  • gain 10 points for running the XC at Gosforth Park on Saturday (unless you have already got your max 20 points for XC since April)
  • entering the last medium race in the Championship – the Hexham 10K on Sunday morning https://runnation.co.uk/r/run-northumberland-hexham-10k-2018
  • entering the postponed parkrun challenge parkrun – date to be confirmed

At the moment the amazing Ray has an unassailable lead. Here is the latest table  Continue reading

Sprint Tri Ponteland Race Report

Our very own Abby Dorani’s race report on the inaugural Sprint Tri Ponteland.

With the number of members of the club doing triathlon increasing every year, and the success of our Go Tris also building year on year, it was no surprise that the time had come to put on our very own sprint triathlon. And so in the summer of 2017 the idea was born and by November 2017 a team of ambitious and enthusiastic individuals had come together to make it happen. Continue reading

The Lakesman/ Lakesman Half (16th June 2018)

The decision to do another half iron was taken in Yolo back over a few cocktails and an iPad to google possible events to enter.  In the end, 6 Pont Tri crazy people competed in the half ironman (Tina K, Nikki R, Abby D, Pete D, John McG and myself) with Lyndsey Curry ‘aka the Machine’ stepping up to the full ironman distance.  It has got to be one of the best triathlon events and courses in the UK, possibly in Europe and this race report explains why.

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