Who will be the first West Lancs Tri Club competitor to be added to our Ironman Hall of Fame in 2019? By my calculations we have at least a dozen members aiming for the Ironman distance this year.
Remember, if you haven’t already done so, you can contact ‘Ironman’ to change your club representation to West Lancs Tri Club!
Just fill in your Ironman Athlete Profile.
Set up your individual athlete profile and enter our Ironman and Half Ironman Events as a Member of West lancs Tri Club.
If you complete an event, you will not only be on the West Lancs Tri Club Hall of Fame, but also given a World, European and British Ranking!
Who will be the first West Lancs Tri Club Member to complete an Ironman in 2019?
The race is on to see which of our members will be the first to enter into the West Lancs Tri Club Ironman Hall of Fame in 2019.
Now that our club is registered with Ironman, we receive points for everyone who completes an Ironman of Half Ironman event under the clubs name.
Ironman awards National, European and World Ranking points. Sounds excinting!!
All West Lancs Tri Club athletes can now register their club as West Lancs Tri Club if they comete in any Ironman Event of Half Marathon event in the World.
More details will follow soon.
Jonathon Paxton knocked 6 minutes off his 3.8km Ironman swim distance at Coniston recently.
The training well and truly paid off for Phil Coyne who completed this epic distance in Dublin. Timed in 5 hours 39 minutes. Well done Phil!
During the most recent period there have been many successes for West Lancs Tri Club. They include the following.
Ullswater 1 mile Swim
Jane Johnson 2nd place
Rivington Rumble 30 mile bike ride
Epic 1/2 Ironman
Mark Rogers / 2nd in age group
Shropshire 1/2 Ironman
Lancaster 1/2 Ironman
Paul Arrastraria / Gareth Motley
Great North Swim, Windermere
Mike Barrow / Dave Gara / Jane Johnson / Jo Anne Robson / Paul Robson / Mike O’Shaugnessy / Alison Webster / Graeme Webster / Dave Hughes / Bev Hughes
– plus many more…