We have a fantastic range of members in our club. Many are experienced triathletes that compete at a high level and frequently represent Great Britain on the World Stage. We also have a large proportion of members who enjoy the fitness benefits that triathlon brings.
Whatever level you are at in terms of fitness and whatever your level of experience within the sport you are welcome at our club.
As ever the Beachborough triathlon offered athletes a well organised event sent in the beautiful grounds of Stowe School. The race, part of the South Central Series was incredibly competitive and our triathletes held their own against the best in the region. An added challenge, if one was needed, was the weather which went from […]Read more
It was a warm and blustery day that greeted competitors arriving at the Henley Open Water Triathlon, set in the grounds of the picturesque Shiplake College, with races across the TS to Youth distances. This was the first of the open water event in the Team Cherwell Junior Grand Prix and the 18 degree water […]Read more
A grey and chilly day saw the first Grand Prix Race of the season for Team Cherwell Juniors. Despite the cold weather the rain stayed away and spirits were high amongst the competitors, racing across the TS to TS3 distances. Set in a local college a well laid out course offered competitors a short transition […]Read more
Widely regarded as one of the most punishing Ironman courses in the world, I’d chosen Tenby’s Ironman Wales as the location for my ‘A’ race of 2018. Tenby is a beautiful, old, seaside town in Pembrokeshire. It has narrow, twisting, streets, ancient walls and buildings, and the main part of the town sits high on […]Read more
There was a strong Team Cherwell turnout for the first race in the Junior calendar at Southam Triathlon. It was a bitterly cold day for these youngsters to start their season, however for all those who braved the weather we came out with some excellent results. This is a great well run local event and […]Read more