WHAT A NIGHT!!!
Friday night’s Presentation & Gala Evening exceeded expectations. How nice to see everyone in their finery rather than the usual lycra. We all scrub up exceptionally well. Guests were greeted by a beautifully decorated room, complete with banners in club colours, a dance floor just begging for some fancy footwork and a table full of prizes, trophies and awards. The organisers and decorators had excelled themselves. The chocolates on the table were a welcome surprise.
Our venerable MC, Cliff Lloyd, kicked off the evening with a big thank you to the committee members who have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make the 2014-15 season such a success. A huge thank you goes to all the committee members who have donated their time this year.
CHTC NIGHT OF NIGHTS
It’s finally here. This Friday 16th May will see our Presentation & Gala evening at the Coffs Harbour C.Ex Club. There are still a few tickets left if you want to see out the triathlon season in true CHTC style.
It’s also your chance to meet Craig “Crowie” Alexander and hear him speak about what makes him tick. You can get a few tips on how one of triathlon’s greatest athletes manages his training, family & sponsor commitments. Club Coaches Andrew Rowlings & Phil Benoit will hold a Q&A session with Crowie to give us a bit of insight into the great man. He is also one of the nicest people in triathlon. So don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to get close to an icon of triathlon.
TECHNICAL OFFICIAL COURSE
By Ian Nash
Ever received a penalty at a big race and not really sure why? Ever wanted to have more involvement in our sport and didn’t quite know what else to do? Ever thought that you really should know the rules of Triathlon better? Ever wanted to wear a bright green vest and watch the race close up, from the back of a motorbike? Or…..have you had enough of going to Triathlons to watch your other half compete, but felt you could be more involved in the sport?
Then…..We have the answer to your questions.
FAREWELL SEASON 2013/14
By Club Coach Andrew Rowlings
As another season of club racing draw to a close, it is an opportune time to look back at the local season that was, but also begin to set some off-season goals to ensure that 2014-2015 can be a rewarding one.
With our last club race conducted on Sunday many competitors elect to switch things off and regenerate over the cooler months, while others take the opportunity to work on the technical aspects of their weakest discipline.
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