John Daffy’s Family would like invite The Coffs Triathlon Club Members to celebrate with them Johns Life which will be followed with light refreshments.
Tomorrow (Friday 8 July) at 11.30am
at the Coffs Harbour Crematorium.
Club members are then welcome to head off to the Yacht Club after that to share a few drinks and yarns about JD.
Anyone with photos with John in them please touch base with Andrew Rowlings asap firstname.lastname@example.org
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What a fabulous event. Kudos to Karen, Nicole and Kristy for the organisation of accommodation and goodie bags. No one could race without volunteers so a big shout out to the pink hat people.
SUNDAY RACE REPORT
It was definitely autumn weather for our return to club racing after BCU. A slightly smaller field contested our annual long course event. 57 people completed the event with Travis Shields coming in ahead of Isaiah Koopmans and Paul Herring. Kudos to Mick and Julie Darlow for turning up on their wedding anniversary. There was a little hiccup with loading the race results. There was a link provided for the long course. The link for the short course is being worked on and will be emailed as soon as possible.
There has been a tiny problem with the race results on the web site. if you wish to view the results please follow the link below.
Race information for Sunday 20th March
This Sunday will be our long course race in readiness for club champs.
For this Sunday only the long course race (1km/30km/7.5km) will be a 2 wave start..
After trialling the 100 minute handicap and listening to feedback from our club members regarding safety, the committee have decided to trial a wave start at the next Club race meeting. We will be trialling this system over the next few race meetings to compare with the 100 minute handicap and will be asking members to give any feedback the committee as to the safety of our members, particularly our young competitors out on the road. The new wave system will be as follows:
SUNDAY RACE REPORT
What a fantastic race last Sunday. Thanks to all of the competitors who made the extra effort to get into the 'Race of Love' theme. It was a lot of fun with a few chuckles and head shakes as the costumes developed. Sunday was our biggest club race this season, and looking back over our records it looks like the biggest turnout we have ever had at a club race. 120 starters on the long course and 24 on the short course. It’s the first time we have had to put up 11 bike racks - many thanks to the duty volunteers and competitors for helping set that up at the last minute.
Greetings Tri Club Members
We would like to thank all those generous members who have put their hand up to volunteer their time to help make the 2016 BCU Coffs Triathlon Weekend a success. The Coffs Tri Club will be on show at the bcu Coffs Tri Weekend!!!
Attached is a copy of the members name alongside a number or task that has been allocated for you on either Saturday afternoon or Sunday morning along with the time you are required.
If you could check out when and where you are required and if you have any questions Mick will be down at the Club Tri next weekend to answer any questions you may have.
On the day of your duty would you please report to Ian Hartman (Green Shirt with BIG SMILE on his face) under the registration tent to sign on so we know that every position is covered. Very important please!!!
Ian will have the course maps. Numbers allocated to volunteers will correspond to numbers on the maps. Please stay in your allocated area unless advised.
Could all marshals please turn up in a Coffs Tri Cub Shirt
Water Safety team please turn up in your surf club patrol or nipper water safety outfits including caps.
Please accept this as our personal thanks to you and enjoy your day as a Coffs Tri Club Volunteer.
The Village Sports Team
SUNDAY RACE REPORT
A warm breeze greeted competitors at the Jetty on Sundays' race. Besides the breeze, conditions were fabulous. The good conditions brought a huge field of 122 competitors! Great to see so many new members. The times recorded is testament to the hard training regimes and commitment by members. No major incidents were reported.
Eszter Hortobagyi was the first across the line followed by Iliane Beuke in the ladies. Newcomer, Chris Stevens and Michael Singleton were first and second over the line in the men.
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