Welcome to The University Of Sheffield Triathlon Club!
Welcome to the University of Sheffield Triathlon Club!
We are an ever-expanding club with 75 members last year, and hoping to continue to grow in the coming years.
Triathlon: 3 sports back to back! It might sound daunting, but we absolutely love when people give it a go.
Whether you have a background in one or more of the disciplines or are a complete beginner we would love for you to join our club and become part of our triathlon family. We are open to ALL ABILITIES and provide training to match (and push) the ability you are at.
Sheffield is a lovely city with a lot to offer. We are very close to the beautiful Peak District - where our cycling training rides take place. We have club bikes that you can borrow for rides if you don’t have your own bike in Sheffield! Our club runs, swims and cycles have multiple groups of different levels of ability, and are very social so we can help motivate each other to train well and support each other.
I’ve loved being part of the club for the last two years, and have met some really friendly people through joining this club. I hope that if you consider trying our training and coming along that you will love it too. At the start of each of the first two terms of university (September and January) we have fresher specific ‘give it a go’ events, such as a Duathlon and Aquathlon, and offer a two week period of free training so you can meet us and see if you would like to join (you’d be silly not to!).
Check out other pages on our website for more information on our normal training week (before coronavirus stopped our group training), the races we compete in as a club, and much important socials throughout the year!
We also have active Instagram (@sheffunitri) and Facebook pages you could check out too!
For more infomation you can;
email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
check out our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UoSTriathlon
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