How to look cool in a Water Splash
It was great to see so many club members out for the annual Christmas ride. Thanks to Dame Kelly and her team for a great breakfast at Cafe 1809.
Thanks to Val for organising it all.
Problems with emails this week so the newsletter is here.
THE NEWS(a very brief round-up of last week’s events)
Check out the fun at the Velodrome (here)
NOTICE BOARD (stuff you need to know)
Swimming 6-7pm this Sunday 7th
Christmas Ride Saturday 22 December
More details to follow.
Garmin and other technology
The second race of this season’s Kent Fitness League cross-country series took place in Swanley Park on Sunday Nov 9th, with another big contingent of club Triathletes making up over a quarter of the 7Oaks AC team.
A 2-minute silence was observed at 11.00 a.m. before field of 495 the runners set off to tackle three laps of the park, made slow and muddy by the heavy overnight rain.
This is the first of Four interactive workshops from Paul Butler and will be taking place at the Large turbo hall (The Drive, Sevenoaks) for everyone to actively take part in. Paul will be delivering a workshop on core strength/stability and stretching. Please come in suitable clothing such as a tracksuit and wear training shoes. Please also bring a drink. Floor mats will be provided.
Are here courtesy of Sydenham Wheelers website. In due course the club diary will be updated accordingly. This year there are two events on the Q10/19 Tonbridge by-pass instead of just one and as for 2014, three team time trials, the last being a 4 - up at the end of the season.
We'll be running our open event on Saturday 6 June over 15 miles for a change on the Leeds/Charing/Leeds course - Q15/20.
Almost perfect weather together with “good to soft” conditions underfoot greeted over 400 runners for the first round of the Kent Fitness League cross country on Sunday in Knole park on Sunday,
I was lucky enough to qualify for the World Ironman Championship in Kona, Hawaii by winning my age group in Ironman Nice back in June. This is the race that every long distance triathlete has on their bucket list as it's where it all started and is legendary for the experience they give all the participants. I always said I would never go as it's everything I hate - a no wetsuit sea swim, hot and windy on the bike and hot and humid on the run.