As the 2013 season comes to an end, one of the last big races of the season CTC’s ‘Lost Sheep’ takes place on Saturday, and Limerick Tri Club will have a sizeable team of 20 making the trip to Kenmare for this years event, including our Chairperson Eugene Keane. Â Good luck to all. Also racing […]
Following feedback from Members, a new Stretch & Core class will start on Monday next September 2nd at Trifit Gym, Sexton St. This 75 minute class aimed at triathletes is led by instructor Brid Carr and starts at 8pm sharp. To book you place contact TriFit 17 Sexton Street, Limerick at Mobile: +353 87 983 4115 […]
We are organising group accommodation/house share for the upcoming Lost Sheep Half September 7th 2013, please e mail [email protected] to be included.
Good luck to Philip Manuel taking on the challenge of Ironman Sweden this weekend. This is Philips fourth IM so we are expecting big things from him !! For anyone interested a group from LTC are planning on tackling this event in 2014. Contact [email protected] for details.
The horse shoe bay of Kilkee, Co. Clare was choppy and windy, but that did not put off over 900 athletes all taking on the challenge of Kilkee Hell of the West 2013. This being the 29th year of this race for the Limerick Triathlon Club – they pulled out all the stops. There were […]
Thanks Dean & Ciarán (Sports Timing) for your time and patience Try – A – Tri Juniors Sprint Olympic
Gordon has taken so fabulous shots @ This years Joey Hannan event. See flickr link for more http://www.flickr.com/photos/gordon_thomson/sets/72157633381406990/
Each long journey begins with the first step and so as I entered Ironman Austria in Klagenfurt in August 2011. I did not really believe I would finish. Completing the Dublin City Marathon on four weeks top up running after the Galway 70.3 seemed logical. Then do Christmas fun runs, but most of all keep […]
After a 3rd attempt at Ironman in Wales last weekend I finally feel that I have got a result which reflects the effort and sacrifice that goes into preparing for this huge challenge. Apart from the usual long hours of training, strict nutrition, flawless equipment and psychological interventions that go into making a successful race […]
By Sinead Walsh (Club Secretary) After completing my first Half Iron distance event in May, I barely had my bike unpacked when entries opened for the Lost Sheep in Kenmare. I didn’t have any plans beyond Kilkee as I would be supporting Fionnuala in her English Channel swim attempt and I didn’t know how much […]
Months of training culminated in my biggest race of the season last weekend – Galway 70.3. My parents and I left Limerick at 10:30 on Saturday morning and arrived at registration at noon, which was an easy process. I watched the race briefing on tv and received my goody bag, which was full of unfamiliar […]
So everyone had said enjoy the journey, the hard bit is getting to the start line fit & injury free. I did have one bout of injury but thanks to Emlyn Maher’s sports massage I kept everything in working order for race day. Insanely an ironman event sells out close to 12 months in advance […]