Time Trial Results July 22nd

The results of the TT on the 22nd  July 2014 are as follows:

Aoife Mahony 32:45
Stephen Devine 34:30
Sean Devine 34:36
Rory Kennedy 32:19
Adrian Twomey 32:41
Brendan O’Neill 33:14
Marcel Springorum 35:56
Jeff Castles 32:11
Peter Blissett 30:40
Garvan McCarthy 34:41
Edwin Sutton 30:22

Thanks to the timekeepers this week who were:

Michelle Kerins, Catherine Redmond and Mick Williams.

The time keepers for the next few weeks are:

July 29    Anne Marie Molloy, …., …..
Aug 5    …. , …., …..
Aug 12    …. , …., …..
Aug 19    …. , …., …..
This was the sixth time trial of the summer series. There are ten time trials in total so there are just four left.
Each time trialist is awarded points based on their time in each of the time trials in which they participate. Points are awarded pro rata, based on the fastest time in each time trial. The best six time trials of each participant count towards their overall score in the league.

Note: The summer league is for CTC members.
If you are not a member of CTC you can still take part in the time trials. Your times will be published on the CTC website, but they will not count in the summer league.
Non club members must be carry a Triathlon Ireland card or a Cycling Ireland card.
We badly need timekeepers for the next few weeks.
The time trials cannot be held without your support so please contact David Egan by email at:david.egan1966@gmail.com or by text on 087 9372402 to let him know when you can do time keeping.
Remember, all participants taking part in the time trials are expected to help with the timekeeping at least once during the year.

Track Session Wednesday July 23rd

greek_runTrack session this week is repeat 800m.  There will be the option of 5 or 6 800s.  The session will take the usual format of easy jog to start, dynamic stretch, 6 x 60m strides, main set and cool down.  Usual health warning about balancing racing schedule and recovery.  Kinsale is coming on Saturday so anyone doing it would possible be better to confine the number to the first set (3 x 800m).

Session

Warm up

10-15min easy jog

Dynamic stretch

6 x 60m strides

Main Set

2 x (3/2 x 800m)

200m jog between 800s and 400m between the sets

Cool Down

Easy jog

 

King of the Hill - Race Timetable

CTC_LogoThe race briefing, race timetable and entry list are now all available for viewing on the race page.  Please review these before race day.

Tuesday Time Trials

Country_SquireWe are a bit short of timekeepers for the Tuesday time trials over the next few weeks.  It looks like we need at least one for next Tuesday and we have no one for the following week.  Time trials start at 7:00pm out on the Old Mallow Road.  Start is at the now closed Country Squire Pub about 2 km out from the city bounds.  It is possible to be completely finished up before 8:00pm.

The time trials cannot be held without your support so please contact David Egan by email at:david.egan1966@gmail.com or by text on 087 9372402 to let him know when you can do time keeping.

Sunday Cycle July 20th

City_HallNew route proposed for this week, not sure if the Malin to Mizeners will be joining us or resting up for the following week.  Route is out to Bandon then heading to Kilbrittain and into Ballinspittle then home through Dunderrow.  Looks like the Saturday guys will get the worst of the rain and it should be cleared up by Sunday.  The full route is about 90km.  If anyone doesn’t want to go the full distance there are options to turn off at Half-Way, Inishannon or just go out and back to Bandon.  Meet at the usual time, 9:00am at City Hall, wear some club gear if you have it.  The route can be seen here.

Saturday cycle, Jul 19

Cycle_toonForecast for Saturday morning shows some rain but little in the way of wind, thankfully.  The proposed route is:  http://ridewithgps.com/routes/5348176 (115km)

Leaving City Hall @ 7am.

Aquathon Thursday July 17th Dock Beach Kinsale at 7:15pm

Dock-Beach-KinsaleThe next Aquathon in the series will be held at the Dock Beach in Kinsale on Thursday 17th July at 7:15pm.  There is a shortage of marshal/timekeepers for the event this week, if anyone can help out please contact Jason at jaspierce@gmail.com There is also a need for a kayaker if anyone has a kayak and is available?  This will be the 4th race in the series.  These races have been very successful and popular, we can only continue to run them if people chip in and help at some of the races.

Time Trial Results Tuesday July 15th

The results of the TT on the 15th July 2014 are as follows:

Catherine Redmond 35:09
Kieran Crean 29:35
Owen Mullowney 29:34
Kenneth Mulvaney 34:01
Rory Kennedy 31:56
Thomas Kenifick 31:59

Mick Williams 29:30

Thanks to the timekeepers this week who were:

Pat Lowry, John O’Connell and Helen Leonard.

The time keepers for the next few weeks are:

July 22    Michelle Kerins, Catherine Redmond, …..
July 29    …. , …., …..
Aug 5    …. , …., …..
Aug 12    …. , …., …..
This was the fifth time trial of the summer series. There are ten time trials in total so there are just five left. Each time trialist is awarded points based on their time in each of the time trials in which they participate. Points are awarded pro rata, based on the fastest time in each time trial. The best six time trials of each participant count towards their overall score in the league.

Note: The summer league is for CTC members.
If you are not a member of CTC you can still take part in the time trials. Your times will be published on the CTC website, but they will not count in the summer league.
Non club members must be carry a Triathlon Ireland card or a Cycling Ireland card.
The time trials cannot be held without your support so please contact David Egan by email at:david.egan1966@gmail.com or by text on 087 9372402 to let him know when you can do time keeping.
Remember, all participants taking part in the time trials are expected to help with the timekeeping at least once during the year.

Saturday cycle, 12 Jul

Cycle_toonThis week there are a few of us heading for a spin out west.  We haven’t nailed down a route yet but it’s likely to be at least 120km with a bit of climbing thrown in for good measure.  We’ll most likely to base ourselves in Glengarriff or Kenmare with a 9am start time.  If interested email webmaster@corktri.com and I’ll keep you up to date with our plans.

Time Trial Results Tuesday 8th July

The results of the TT on the 8th July 2014 are as follows:

Jane McGrath 39:20
Brendan O Neill 34:36
Adrian Twomey 33:40
Kenneth Mulvaney 35:17
Katie Cooke 31:36
Kevin Curran 29:36
Ferghal Tubridy 31:20
Mick Williams 30:48
John O’Connell 29:29
Kieran Crean 31:33
Steve Evans 36:14
Der Moloney 39:20

Thanks to the timekeepers this week who were:

Ciaran O’Callaghan, John O’Shaughnessy and Wojciech Lange.

The time keepers for the next few weeks are:

July 15    Pat Lowry, John O’Connell, …..
July 22    …. , …., …..
July 29    …. , …., …..
Aug 5    …. , …., …..
This was the fourth time trial of the summer series. There will be a total of ten time trials in the series. Each time trialist will be awarded points based on their time in each of the time trials in which they participate. Points are awarded pro rata, based on the fastest time in each time trial. Your best six time trials count towards your overall standing in the league.

Note: The summer league is for CTC members. To take part in the league you must help with the timekeeping at least once this year. You must also be a member of CTC.
If you are not a member of CTC you can still take part in the time trials. Your times will be published on the CTC website, but they will not count in the summer league.
Non club members must be carry a Triathlon Ireland card or a Cycling Ireland card.
The time trials cannot be held without your support so please contact David Egan by email at:david.egan1966@gmail.com or by text on 087 9372402 to let him know when you can do time keeping.