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Grand Prix Latest Results- Here
Now the final event of the season has been added can you please ceck your results and let us know ASAP if anything is missing. The final round up will be published next week. added 06-10-15

  Training Duathlon Results - 03/10/15 - Here

Training Duathlon's
Our adults training duathlon's will take place on the following dates 07.11.15, 05.12.15 and 19.12.15 (this one is the christmas party - bring a buffet item if you want to attend the post duathlon party). The training duathlon's are open to member and friends of the club. They start at 12:45 prompt, be there at least 30 minutes before to register. You will only get a finish time and you have to count your own bike laps (16). The cost is £3. There will also be junior training sessions/duathlons on the above dates at 2pm. Prissick have increased the cost of the track hire so we would appreciate your support in these session to enable them to continue. updated 03-10-15

Ultra Carol!
A massive well done to Carol Murray who completed the St. Oswalds Way Ultra Marathon last weekend, 66 miles of stunning Northumberland Coast line and Coquet river valley, she finished in 15 hrs 43 minutes and 15(.2) seconds making her 14th overall and 5th lady. added 03-10-15

Hartlepool Big Lime Triathlon - Sunday 20th September
Hartlepool also ran a triathlon on Sunday, a sprint distance starting with a swim in the Marina. We had several members taking part, Graham Currie was first home for Cleveland followed by Graeme Downs, then we had Bryan Tucker and Joe Foley finishing within a second of each other, followed by Scott Young, John Sharkey and Vincent Blake. As far as I can see we had no females unless the club name is missing in the results. Well done to all of you. added 22-09-15
  Teesdale Triathlon - Sunday 20th September 2015
Well done all our club members who competed in Teesdale Triathlon with it's tough bike course and cross country style run setting it apart from the average sprint triathlon, we even managed a few trophies, Roger Oldroyd was 2nd M60, Gemma Pearson was 2nd 30-39, Kath Blakey was 1st 50-59 and 2nd overall female, Sandra Main was 1st F60, Paige Mcleod was 2nd JF and Katie Scott was 2nd SF also worth a mention Catherine McShane was 4th F40 only narrowly missing out on 3rd by 2 seconds and Paul Mcgough was 4th M40 and 8th overall. added 21-09-15

Club La Santa Ironman 70.3 - 19th September 2015
Well done to Angela (& Andrew) Ackerley who completed the half Ironman distance event in Lanzarote on Saturday, Angela finished 5in her category in a time of 06:43:30. added 21-09-15

Brutal Events Extreme Triathlons - 19th September 2015
The Brutal Extreme Triathlon's start with a swim in Lake Padarn, North Wales, the bike course goes through stunning scenery and over some challenging hills. And finally, the run takes in undulating trail before going up and down Wales highest mountain, Snowdon. This year Brutal events held a half, full, double and triple (which is still going!), Jeff Belt wisely went with the half and finished in a fantastic 4th overall (only just pipped for 2nd) and 1st V45, to warm up for this event Jeff also completed Helvellyn triathlon (which would be enough on it's own for most people!) on the 6th of September. Well done Jeff. added 21-09-15

Cleveland Relays Triathlon
Well done to all the teams that took part in yesterdays Relays triathlons; the serious contenders and those who were doing it "for fun!". Thank you as always to Richard and Linda Hatfield for organising the event and to all the marshals who gave up their time to come and make the event possible.
Here are the results. added 14-09-15


Triathlon Weekend at Newby Hall - report from Graeme Downs
Over the August bank holiday weekend there was a “Triathlon weekend” at Newby Hall.  There was a kids Tri (“The Triton” Triathlon), Olympic distance (“The Trident” Triathlon) and Middle Distance (“The Rubicon” Triathlon) events. 
They were quite big – 250 kids in “The Triton”; 150 adults in “The Trident” and 550 adults in “The Rubicon”.  Cleveland had a few representatives – Matthew and Danielle in the kids events – Matthew in Tri Stars 1 and Danielle in the youths.  I did the Trident and spotted Peter Ball was also in that one.  Paul Brown, Paul Green and Angela Ackerley did the Rubicon.  We all shouted each other along!
Unfortunately there was a problem with the kids cycle route and a last minute change caused a bit of confusion and Danielle was directed the wrong way and ultimately did not complete the correct course, despite her disappointment she still found time to show support for Matthew. Matthew himself who is still only 8 and competing in the 9-10 cat finished 6th male and 13th overall .
The adult events were well organized and supported and it was a great atmosphere.  Paul Brown finished very highly indeed (7th) – especially as there were a number of invited elite entrants to the event who had their own spacious “ITU style” transition zone.  No such luck for us mere mortals in the mass of the racking so Paul’s result was (again!) impressive. added 04-09-15

St Bede's Session - Adults and Juniors
Please note that we will not be using St Bede's for any further academy session, we are looking for another venue and will advertise dates ASAP. added 04-09-15

British Triathlon Championships 26th July 2015
We have unconfirmed reports that Tricia Bell has gone and done it again and won another gold medal at the British Triathlon Championships in her age group for the standard distance event at Liverpool Triathlon. Tricia you are amazing and everyone at Cleveland Triathlon Club is very proud of you! added 27-07-15


Redcar Triathlon - 26th July 2015
This years Redcar Triathlon was based at 'Tuned In' so had a different swim and run course, the bike was pretty much the same with laps along the seafront, this change in base made it better for spectators to view the event from many points as the run was also laps, you could actually walk along the beach parallel to the swimmers and see what was going on. With 20 plus Cleveland Triathlon Club members out you will have to forgive me for not naming you all, Paul Brown won the event in 01:07:07, Paige Mcleod was 1st Female Junior in 01:28:50, Angela Ackerley was 2nd Vet40 in 01:23:52, Kay Stokes was 1st Vet50 and Martin White was 1st Vet60 in 01:33:00. Top 5's were Diane Jobson Vet40 and Mark Young Vet40. Well done to everyone who took part, especially the first timers and the first time sea swimmer, it looked a very tough swim! added 27-07-15


Grand prix - The Rules!
There are a lot of new members in the club who may not know about our grand prix series, and as we have tweaked the rules a bit then we thought it best to clarify matters:

  1. Points are awarded on the basis of your finishing time with respect to the winning time both male and female. 
  2. Points scored in ironman events are doubled.  This is in recognition of the huge time and energy commitment that this requires, and the fact that this makes it much more difficult to fit in “normal” events.   The ironman does not have to be local or even in the UK.  All we ask is that you enter as a member of Cleveland Triathlon Club and you provide details of the race and the results.
  3. Your best five results in the season count towards your final score.  The top three in each age group will qualify for prizes that are usually awarded at the AGM. 
  4. To qualify for a prize you must have completed a minimum of three events.

 If you are entering (or have entered) a local event that is not currently listed on the grand prix schedule and you want it to be included then please drop us an e-mail for consideration. added 30-04-14

  IMPORTANT: Club Membership
Now the membership is up and running can you all make sure you have renewed your membership, to continue to receive subsidized swimming sessions. Please also make sure that you have the correct e-mail address and phone number in case we need to contact you about pool closures etc.
It is a condition of membership within Cleveland Triathlon Club that ALL members marshal one of our events. Year after year it is the same people turning up to help, many of whom are not even club members. We would appreciate that once you have made your selection for the event you are willing to marshal you honor that commitment. Please be considerate to the event organisers who already have a hard enough job to do with out being let down at the last minute.
The cost of membership and entry fee's for events are kept low because of voluntary helpers, if we have to start paying for marshals the membership and event entry fees will increase.



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