TT results 1st August

The results of the time trial on the 1st August 2017 are as follows:

Deirdre Quinlan 27:46
Eimear O’Leary 26:17
Jane McGrath 24:56
Kelly Agnew 24:04
Amy Wolfe 22:55
Michelle Manning 24:57
Roni Rodrigues 22:12
Kieran Kennedy 23:25
Joyce Wolfe 22:45
Peter Meaney 22:15
John O’Shaughnessy 22:25
Ciaran O Callaghan 21:56
Ken Cummins 20:33
John O’Connell 19:02
AJ Murphy 18:31
Noel O’Regan 22:56
Ed Sutton 20:28
Jess Bruton 24:14
Steve Evans 23:14

 

Thanks to the timekeepers this week who were:
Adrian Quinn, Peter Meaney and Laura Albiol.

The time keepers for the next few weeks are:

Aug 8 Deirdre Quinlan, …., …..
Aug 15 Amy Wolfe, …., …..
Aug 22 Jane McGrath, …., …..
Aug 29 …., …., …..

WE NEED THREE TIMEKEEPERS EVERY WEEK.
PLEASE MAKE IT YOUR BUSINESS TO VOLUNTEER.

This was the seventh time trial of the CTC Time Trial League.
There are ten time trials in the league. They will continuue to be held every Tuesday night at 7pm.
You will be awarded points for each time trial based on your time on the night.
The points awarded are relative to the fastest time in each time trial.
Your points from your six best time trials count towards your overall score in the league.

REMEMBER: All participants must do time keeping at least once during the year to participate in the league.
We usually have a raffle for all the timekeepers at the end of the season.
Your name is entered into the raffle every time you time keep.
And you get points in the CTC club league.

We need your support, otherwise we cannot hold the time trials.
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.

Track Session Wednesday August 2nd

Andrew O’Leary will take the session this week.  Much loved 800m set, 5 x 800m with 400m recovery jog.  Meet at the usual time of 7:00pm at the UCC track on the Mardyke.

Session

Easy warm up

Dynamic stretch

6 x strides

Main Set

5 x 800m with 400m easy recovery jog

Cool down

Sunday Cycle, 30 Jul

Forecast for Sunday is to be a little bit cooler than recently and for a stiff WSW breeze.  Suggested routes as follows:

Short – 63km with 573m climbing

Medium – 80km with 764m climbing

Long – 98km with 954m climbing

Leaving City Hall @ 9am.

TT results 25th July

The results of the time trial on the 25th July 2017 are as follows:

Eimear O Leary 26:33
Alanna Drennan 24:19
Sally Drennan 22:33
Eimear Donnelly 25:38
Jane McGrath 24:25
Steve Evans 23:23
Aidan Mangan 21:59
Ger Kiely 25:12
Roni Rodrigues 22:56
John O Shaughnessy 19:05
Kieran Kennedy 23:07
Sean Finn 21:03
Michal Slomski 21:37
John O Connell 19:26
Deirdre Wallace 27:43
David Egan 23:15
Tom O Connor 23:43
Maire Fox 24:27
Amy Wolfe 23:06
Catherine Redmond 23:23
Lorna Wolfe 23:26
Ciaran O Callaghan 21:33
AJ Murphy 19:03

 

Thanks to the timekeepers this week who were:
Leonie Dolan, Paul O Brien and Hilary Creedon.

The time keepers for the next few weeks are:

Aug 1 Adrian Quinn, Peter Meaney, …..
Aug 8 …., …., …..
Aug 15 Amy Wolfe, …., …..
Aug 22 …., …., …..

WE NEED THREE TIMEKEEPERS EVERY WEEK.
PLEASE MAKE IT YOUR BUSINESS TO VOLUNTEER.

This was the sixth time trial of the CTC Time Trial League.
There are ten time trials in the league. They will continuue to be held every Tuesday night at 7pm.
You will be awarded points for each time trial based on your time on the night.
The points awarded are relative to the fastest time in each time trial.
Your points from your six best time trials count towards your overall score in the league.

REMEMBER: All participants must do time keeping at least once during the year to participate in the league.
We usually have a raffle for all the timekeepers at the end of the season.
Your name is entered into the raffle every time you time keep.
And you get points in the CTC club league.

We need your support, otherwise we cannot hold the time trials.
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.

 

 

 

 

Track Session Wednesday July 26th

What seems like the favourite session this week 10 x 400m with 200m easy jog recovery.  This is about the 4th rotation to 400s since we began in April.  Hopefully people are noting their repetition times and noticing some improvement as we go through the season.  As usual look for even pace across the session, the tendency to burn the first rep and then fade across the rest of the session has thankfully gone! There is still a few people knocking significant time off the latter end of the set, better to even out the entire session.  Meet at the usual time of 7:00pm at the track on the Mardyke

Session

Easy warm up jog

Dynamic Stretch

6 x Strides

10 x 400m with 200m easy recovery jog

cool down

CTC Aquathon Series 27th July

The weather & tide look to be ideal for Thursday’s aquathon at the Dock beach, so no excuse not to join in the fun.

Start time as usual at 7:30pm.

Timekeepers are always required, please contact John O’Shaughnessy on Shaughz@gmail.com to organise.

 

 

TT timekeepers required

We need more timekeepers for tomorrows TT 25th July.

WE DON’T HAVE ENOUGH TIMEKEEPERS FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS.
WE NEED THREE TIMEKEEPERS EVERY WEEK.
PLEASE MAKE IT YOUR BUSINESS TO VOLUNTEER.

The time trials cannot be held without your support.
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.
But of course you can time keep as often as you like.
We usually have a raffle for all the timekeepers at the end of the season.
Your name is entered into the raffle every time you time keep.
And you get points in the CTC club league.

TRI Leader course 19th August

There is a TRI Leader course coming up in Ballincollig on the 19th of Aug . Please contact niamh@triathlonireland.com if you wish to attend. Course fees will be paid for by the club.

The TRI Leader course is the first step on the TI coaching ladder but it is also suitable for those who just want to help out at sessions and events.

The TRI Leader for those who want to continue on to the Level 1 – club coach or for those who want to help out at sessions or events.

Topics covered include: Rules of the Sport, Code of Ethics, Health and Safety, Role of a TRI Leader, how to help a coach, principals of coaching and coaching juniors.

https://triathlonireland.com/Events/Events-Calendar-Non-Race-/TRI-Leader-Course-Cork.html

 

Sunday Cycle, Jul 23

Conditions should be good but dispositions may be less so the morning following the KotH celebrations.  Choose your route wisely!

Short – 62km with 632m climbing

Medium – 83km with 866m climbing

Long – 97km with 1096m climbing (only for the brave)

Leaving City Hall @ 9am

CTC night out 22nd July: Deep South

Don’t forget: There is a night out this Saturday night July 22nd in The Deep South beer garden – South Mall from 8pm

It’s for both club members and KOTH marshals, so everyone is welcome.

For all their effort and encouragement on and before race day, there will be drink vouchers on the night for marshals – contact Eidin there. There will be some finger food provided.

See you all there.

The Social Committee