The coldest February in years, a hard core Sam went out in freezing temperatures and ran an awesome 10k, wet, after a 400m swim! Considering he was telling me how he took the run easy because he has been experiencing
This is such a great event and so funny seeing Emma worry about how cold it will be on the day! Luckily for her, this year was really mild… so mild that Emma didn’t put any layers on in transition!!!!
What better way to finish the triathlon season off, than a good local triathlon with so many BASC Tri members racing. Since we had a varied amount of swim abilities, we had members starting early in the morning and then
World number 12!!! Awesome work Alison. After terrible weather (wind and rain) all week before the race, Alison managed to have good conditions during the race and got a great result. She was unable to do a full bike reccie before
This was Leon’s first ever middle distance triathlon. We all knew he would manage it with no problems, but he learnt a valuable lesson… don’t hammer the bike as you will only suffer on the run! Leon is a great
Julian is one crazy guy. Instead of doing the easy BCT or Shrewsbury sprint triathlons like the rest of the club, he decided it would be nice to pop to the Lake District and run up Helvellyn! The Helvellyn Triathlon
Andy White is a seasoned Shrewsbury Triathlon racer, but this was a first for time for Andy Speke and Sam. Due the a wet August, the river was high, but with hardly any current, resulting in Andy White having a
Not many of us from the club today, as a few were doing Shrewsbury as well as Helvellyn! But none the less, it was still a great day (even though it was the coldest and windiest race ever in Wombourne).
Alison and Emma returned to the lovely Cotswolds for the Middle Distance triathlon (half Ironman) again. They had good weather (though it did get a bit hot during the run), and Alison took 3 minutes off of last years time.
This was the first time I (Aimee) have done the Brats triathlon. It was a nice small well organised event (and a good price too). This was Sam’s first standard distance. He was a bit worried about the swim, but