A bit more news since the last news

A bit late with this owing to having no petrol to power my laptop.

However, it’s still been a good few weeks for our racers. Events completed including the English ROC, Sandman, Outlaw X, the Great North run, the Wilmslow Running Festival to name a few.

A big hand to Kev, Dave, Neale, Scott, Gareth, Stuart, Nick, Christine, Samantha, Michael plus a special mention to Janet, Alex and Vikki who finished first in their age group in their respective races.

As usual check out the Gallery for some pics.

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8th September update

Our members went far and wide over the last couple of weeks covering the Anglesey half, the Pendle tri where Simon was an ae group winner, the Shropshire duathlon where Victoria was an age group winner, the Coniston Chillswim, the Tour de Manc, the Hatter’s half where Carl finished 2nd overall and the daunting Bullock Smithy to name but a few.

There was also a club 5K swim at Salford water sports centre and various other goings on. As usual, some pics can be found in the gallery.

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Fortnightly update 23rd August

Loads of goings on over the last couple of weeks with our members taking part in events galore including; the Sizzler 5k , the Birchwood 10k, the Snowdonia half marathon, the Alderley 10k, Dovestone diamond trail route, time trials and the C2C.

A massive pat on the back to Sandra who finished her first middle distance tri, the Dalesman.

However, the ‘star’ of the fortnight must go to Carolyn for completing the Starman. A brutal middle distance tri starting at midnight in the depths of the Cairngorms: a truly awesome achievement. Members can read her account on facebook.

Apologies for anyone or any event I’ve missed. As usual, some pictures can be viewed in the Gallery.

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Post Olympics update

Well, wasn’t that exciting. Hands up everyone that sat up to watch the fabulous GB team in the three triathlon races. What! Why isn’t everyone’s hand up?

Apart from those races, our members excelled in a number of races over the last couple of weeks. Have a look at the Gallery for a few pictures, including a mystery photo of a night time training run. I wonder who it is?

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Two week catch-up

Ironman, ultras, trail races, social rides, birthdays! It’s all been happening. See the gallery for a few pictures.

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Open Water Triathlon at Manley Mere

It is with regret that we have to cancel our Open Water Triathlon at Manley Mere on 8th August.

After ongoing discussions with Cheshire West Council it has become too difficult to put this event on.

Cheshire West are seeing a significant rise in covid cases and the stipulations to run this event are too restrictive.

We have yet to obtain a new date from Manley Mere for 2022, but will email this to you as soon as it has been confirmed. Your place will be deferred until next year or a refund can be obtained if the new date is not suitable.

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For those of you competing in the Manley Mere Triathlon

The cycle route for the Manley Mere Tri can be viewed here:


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Week ending 11th July

No tris this week but Janet, Belinda and Paul all did well in the Wilmslow summer 10K and Amjad and company rode a hilly 20 miler. A few pictures in the Gallery.

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Ironman Bolton – our two entrants ace it

Despite really awful conditions, both Neale and Rob completed Ironman Bolton – a truly awesome performance. Well done to both of you.

Meanwhile, Simon won his age category and picked up a really nice souvenir cycle top at Windermere sprint Triathlon.

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Two stunning rides this week

How would you fancy riding from London to Stockport? A bit far maybe? Janet thought it would be a good idea. 322km with nearly 3300m of elevation.

If you don’t fancy that, how about riding from Stockport to Llandudno? How about turning around and riding back? Well, that’s what John did: close to 350km and 2000m of elevation.

So impressive: makes a day of the Tour de France look a bit tame.

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