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We are Limerick Triathlon Club, the longest running triathlon club in Ireland. The Club has over 240 members and a variety of training and support for the beginner, intermediate and advanced triathlete. We welcome triathletes of all ages, Juniors & Seniors. We organise a Duathlon and two Triathlons annually, along with many other events including some for Kids & Juniors.If you are interested in getting involved in the club, taking up triathlon or training for the fastest growing sport in the world – you are in the right place!
This shows the all the points allocated to members from the various events completed so far.
Fly Shannon Members League 2016 – Race 1 & 2 Scoring Update
Below is the breakdown of the points allocated to members in the Fly Shannon League 2016 based on three events completed to date:
North Tipp (Race)
Congratulations to our Ironman Lanzarote finishers – Steve Casey, Niall O’Donovan & Anthony Egan we hope the are enjoying a well deserved rest!
Angela Robertson, Audrey O’Dwyer & Mike Ryan traveled to Carlow on Sunday for Racing 795′s Sprint triathlon wi…
This week sees the return of open water swimming for the Season – see our post for all the details.
Open water triathlons kick off in earnest with the NS Tri 795 Sprint in Carlow on Sunday.
Three of our experienced distance athletes will be in action at IM…
Please have a read of the information below before you head out on your next group cycle. Stay safe and have fun!
Note: Triathlon Ireland or Cycling Ireland membership is compulsory for organized club events.
SAFETY IS PARAMOUNT
How to do swimmers stay on course and pick the best line in the water…? They sight. Swimmers should always be thinking about their best line (or a draft!).
Training tips for your next open-water swim.
Lift your head only as high as necessary. In calm…
Our Monday night open water sessions are set to start for the season in the water on Monday May 15th at 18:45
This year we are moving to a new location at O’Brien’s Bridge – over the past few seasons there have been safety concerns of boats, emergency ac…