Entries by Nick Skehan

Triathlon: a journey, not a race.  – Leo Hynes

From weight loss to vision loss; from serious illness to life’s setbacks, triathlons can change your life.  A bold statement, but one I can make from my own experience and the experiences of my Tri Lake Triathlon clubmates. Well, here is my little story.  In 2009 I was diagnosed with macular degeneration (AMD).  I had […]

Do you have what it takes?

With almost 100 adult members and 46 juniors in the club, we would like to have a few more Tri Leaders come on board to support our coaches, especially with the junior squad.  The TRI Leader course is Triathlon Ireland’s introductory course for those who wish to help at their club or progress to coaching. It […]

Update from our Training coordinator

Welcome to the off-season! Pat yourself on the back for another solid Triathlon season. Tri Lakes Triathlon Club has probably had it’s most successful season to date, and it’s not over yet, Ironman Barcelona is only around the corner, no pressure guys! However, that doesn’t mean you should throw your bike in the garage and spend […]

Thanks to our junior squad coaches!

Many thanks to Mer for once again organising the Junior Squad this summer. The kids had a great time, over 10 Tuesdays, practising their swimming, cycling and running. The season culminated in a fun triathlon at Luimnagh Pier on Sunday 26th August. Great fun had by all, adults and children alike

The nominations will be announced shortly

This year we are changing how we choose recipients of our Annual Awards (Most Improved Male & Female, Club Person of the Year). We will be asking you, the club members, to nominate who you feel should receive the various awards through Survey Monkey (online survey). Please be sure to take this opportunity to get involved […]

AGM Notice

Our AGM will be held on Thursday 18th October in the Angler’s Rest in Headford at 8 pm. Please make an effort to attend this. Don’t worry, you won’t be roped into a job if you don’t want it!