Wick Triathlon Club
Races in Scotland vary from Novice/Mini events of 400m swim, 10km cycle and 3km run to the classic Ironman event of 2.4km swim,112 mile cycle and a marathon finish! By far the most popular event in Scotland is the Sprint distance which is a 750m swim, 20km cycle followed by a 5km run. This distance is ideal for newcomers to the sport and those with limited training time.
Membership - Adults £10 per year (or part year),Juniors (under 14) £5 per year (or part year). Members will be issued with a numbered membership card. This card entitles the club member to 10% discount at Wick Sports Shop
Wick Triathlon Club
News for Wick Triathlon Club
Easter 10K - 16th April from Staxigoe Hall. 11am start with refreshments and prizes at the end.
Wick Triathlon Club have their annual Easter 10K run on Sunday 27th March. The run will start from Staxigoe Hall at 11am.
Wick Triathlon Club and North Highland Harriers are holding their annual Easter 10K on Sunday 5th April 2015. Registration takes place at 12.30 - 1.30 at Staxigoe Hall with the race starting at 2pm.
Beach Run - On Sunday 27th July NHH are holding a 10K run along Reiss and Keiss Beach. There will also be a short fun run through a series of flags will be about a mile for the younger athletes (although under 10 year olds should be accompanied by an adult).
Wick Triathlon Club are holding several events over the next 3 months:- The Easter 10K race will take place on Sunday 20th April. The route is from Staxigoe Hall to Noss Head and back.
18 individuals and 3 teams took part in the Wick Harbour Triathlon at the end of Wick Gala Week 2013. The initial swim took place in Wick harbour before the cycling and running in blustery but sunny conditions..
Here are the participants and winners of the Wick Triathlon held on Sunday 6 August 2006. The results of the 10th annual Sprint Triathlon - attracted 42 individuals and 5 teams.
Seven competitors from Wick triathlon club made the trip to Nairn for the Sprint triathlon on Sunday last. Excellent results were achieved by the Caithness Club for the event consisting of a 500 metre swim followed by a 20 km cycle and, immediately thereafter, a 6 km run.
Wick Triathlon Club's UKAEA Junior Triathlon went ahead yesterday in good weather conditions compared with the previous weekends weather which meant the event had to be postponed. Although the weather was good the High school park remained very wet causing the organisers to look for a change of venue.
39 entrants made it to the start in the annual Wick Triathlon. With a mix of novices and serious contenders the race took place in very pleasant conditions of sunshine and occasional cloud.
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