Cork Tri Club is affiliated to Swim Ireland. This allows Cork Triathlon Club Members to join Swim Ireland and swim galas and open water events without the need to join a separate swim club.
Registration is €40 and is now open for those who wish to join Swim Ireland through the club.
The first events will be Mallow Masters Gala on the 3rd December 2016 and Irish Open Masters Short Course Championships in Dublin on 22nd October 2016.
The Tuesday evening swim sessions in Leisureworld, Bishopstown will be starting on October 11th at the usual time of 8:45pm. Brian Clifford will coach the sessions. They will run for 10 weeks to December 13th. It is yet to be confirmed if separate beginners stroke coaching will be made available.
The Thursday morning sessions will run from October 13th to December 15th at the usual time of 7am. Brendan O’ Neill will coach this session.
The cost for both sessions is €50. To register for these sessions you must be a current club member. As usual, we’re asking that people don’t register for a particular session and then turn up for one of the other sessions. Once a session is full, it’s full.
Register for Tues session.
Register for Thurs session.
It’s time to think about wrapping up for winter training. Winter cycling jackets, bib tights, buffs, gilets, jerseys….. Check out the website. Deadline for orders Friday 30th September 2016. Email Katie at email@example.com to order. Please consider that it takes 6 to 8 weeks for orders to be processed.
We are ordering running tops for the first time-exact details to be decided. Some members have registered their interest. Please email Katie if interested- firstname.lastname@example.org
Swim Sessions with Gary Mason in Brookfield are set to start on Monday the 19th September. Full details of each of the classes are attached.ctc flyer 1
The classes will be subsidised by €10 for each six week set.
To register please e-mail Gary at email@example.com to let him know you will attend and copy on firstname.lastname@example.org in the e-mail.
Payment of the fees as detailed on the flyer less the €10 subsidy must be paid on the opening night
NOTE: The Leisureworld Bishopstown and Churchfield sessions will start in October, registration for these sessions will be posted soon
Because of the missed dates due to the hockey internationals and track repairs two dates have been added to the track season. This week the session will 5 x 1km with a 200m recovery. Usual format for the session with warm up stretch, strides and main set. As usual there is personal responsibility and decision making depending on recovery from last weekend or those planning on doing the Jailbreak this coming weekend.
Easy 8-10min warm up jog
5 x strides
5 x 1000m with 200m easy recovery jog about 2 minutes
Easy cool down
The proposed date for our now annual swim around Sandycove is Friday 30th September. The tentative plan is to meet at about 7:15-7:30 to be in the water and swimming at 7:45pm. Sunset is 7:13pm and High Water is 6:00pm. These plans are as mentioned tentative and more details and or changes will be posted later. This has been a very popular event and if the conditions are right it can be magical. Just to note it is not a time “to see if I can swim around” anyone committing to the swim should have experience in swimming round the island in daylight. There will be more safety notes with later posts. So if you interested mark the date and look for future posts.
Last official swim for the season at the Dock Thursday evening 7:30pm.
Officially the last track session of the season, there will possibly be at least one more to compensate for the missing week due to the hockey internationals. In deference to those doing the Lost Sheep this weekend the session will be 400s. Any competing should be conscious of tapering and just do a very light workout. The full session will be 12 x 400m with 75s recovery between each. If there are further sessions they will be posted on the web page and FB.
Easy 8-10 minute easy jog warm up
5 x strides
12 x 400m with easy 75s recovery jog
Cool down jog
The winners of the time trial League.
Congratulations to the winners of the Time Trial Summer League for 2016.
The men’s winner is Will Rock.
The women’s winner is Katie Cooke.
We will have the prize giving on Tuesday night the 30th of August at 8 pm in The Elm Tree in Glounthane.
We have ordered finger food which will be served at 8pm.
The evening is a good chance to socialize so come down, even if you do not wish to take part in the time trial
Also there will be a draw from the names of the time keepers and prizes awarded.
The fun time trial.
Before the prize giving we will have a fun time trial at the usual time of 7pm.
This will be a handicapped time trial so if you are coming down to take part please let us know, on the night, your
best time for the course. We will have your best time for the course if you competed during the year.
There will be prizes for the fun time trial.
Although cloudy, Sunday is likely to be dry and mild with only a breeze coming from NNW. There are two suggested routes that share much in common.
The long route is 80km long with 934m climbing. One or two less well travelled roads.
The short route is 60km long with 652m climbing.
Leaving City Hall @ 9am.