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Congratulations to all participants in this years events, provisional results, including splits and rankings are attached as PDF for each race, or an Excel file.
Flexibility is a key factor in injury prevention and increased performance
Many athletes, particularly runners and triathletes move repetitively and are thus susceptible to shortening and tightening of soft tissue.
What causes restriction and sometimes pain? - The lack of health and flexibility of our Fascia.
Bike park build and set up for registration will start at 4pm on Saturday afternoon - please come along and lend a hand if you are available.
A new event on this years calendar is the Lough Cultra Castle triathlon on June 3rd. The organisers will be running a range of event distances - full details here. As a precursor to the event they are hosting a free supervised Open Water swim there on this coming Friday (5.00-8.00pm) 27th April. Open to all ages and abilities - with swim safety in place – the organisers want to give people an idea of what the race venue will be like on Sunday 3rd June.
A 30% discount on race entry is available to LTC members -if you are interested please email email@example.com
On the second weekend of the season Mike Casey O'Shea made the podium after his recent success in Adventure racing, taking third place at the Trilogy run pool based sprint in Portlaoise - well done Mike!
Also making the trip to the Midlands and taking 6th place was Brian O'Shaughnessy, with Shane Larkin coming home in 17th. Well done to Damian Schmid who completed his first Triathlon.
Full results here
Due to a waterpolo competition UL Pool will be closed all day this coming Friday April 20th and Saturday April 21st.
Many of the earlybird swimmers will be swimming tommorow Thursday at 7am instead.