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.
The weather was not particularly kind for what would have been for many, the last race of the season. Plunging temperatures, strong winds and heavy showers made for complex racing conditions. However, the course stood up well, as did the competitors, and provided a new experience, as this was the first time that the race […]Read more
Despite the threat of a shower, the weather at Southam Triathlon was perfect for racing and perhaps contributed to what was a strong performance from Team Cherwell. The event itself was as well run as ever, with a great atmosphere and support from everyone involved. Set in a local college a well laid […]Read more
While on holiday in late 2012 I read Chrissie Wellington’s “A Life Without Limits” and arrived at the easy conclusion that she was probably the greatest athlete this country has ever produced. More surprisingly I came home determined to embark on my own triathlon adventure, albeit on a far humbler level. Chrissie had started at […]Read more
I started out in triathlon about five years ago, I wanted to tick the boxes and try every distance. After successfully getting through Isoman last year, I wanted to try the full distance – the Ironman. For some reason still unknown to me, I listened to Annie and registered for Ironman Ireland. I thought the […]Read more
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