Welcome to Beachborough
Welcome to Beachborough Triathlon Club a grassroots triathlon club starting from age 8 onwards.
We have weekly swimming, cycling and running sessions where you can develop as an athlete in a safe structured environment. Our main ethos is to have FUN make FRIENDS and IMPROVE our SWIMMING, CYCLING and RUNNING skills.
However, we do not neglect the dedicated athlete who is ambitious and talented and wants to be competitive. We have had children representing the club at National level and some of our older athletes are now racing on the international stage.
With our four level 1 and one level, 2 coaches, whatever your level we can accommodate you and make YOU the BEST you can be.
Come and join the fun…
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Meet our Committee
Summer Camp 2020 - CANCELLED
Beachborough's Annual Children's Triathlon - CANCELLED!
Regional & National Events
Together we can do it...
What our members say
At first, I thought the track was going to be slippery because when we were driving down it was forecast to rain, luckily it was dry and a good day. It was exciting to be where the Olympic rowing 2012 was held. I was watching the other races first and I saw that people were […]
Saturday: Super Series At the weekend members of the Beachborough Triathlon club competed in the Hetton Lyons Triathlon. On Saturday it was the Super Series event which was split into heats in the morning and then finals in the afternoon. Dan, Jack and I all competed in this event on a very hot Saturday! The […]
Today we travelled to London to compete at the Bridge Triathlon in Dartford. It was a very hot day but the races went off early so it wasn’t too bad. The swim was in a lake and was refreshingly cool but it’s a very short transition so I didn’t have much chance to get my […]
This was my first time at Dorney lake, very unexpected as at the last minute I replaced Sam Davis due to Covid Isolation. This race consisted of a 200m swim, 5.3 km bike followed by a 1.8 km run. I liked the short swim across the front of the lake because the water was very […]