Welcome to Cronulla Triathlon Club.

Cronulla Triathlon Club is situated in the birthplace of triathlon in Australia. Our club has a rich history of past and present champions, and members who come together in a shared passion for triathlon and community spirit.

Our Club is built on values of SUPPORTFUN, PROGRESS, SAFE and ACTIVE.

CLUB NOTICES & UPDATES

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL for 2021/22. NO AUTO RENEWAL THIS YEAR

TNSW has transferred to a new membership portal for the 2021/22 season and therefore all members must manually re-join in July. Click the button to renew

COVID-19 UPDATES

It is great to see so many people eager to get back to training, however please ensure you are mindful of current COVID-19 measures. We need YOUR HELP to make sure we can continue to train in a safe manner and that we are viewed to be complying with current guidelines whilst representing the club. 

This is the ‘new normal’ and that we need to adapt to a new way of training together for the forseeable future. The following measures have been put in place, but we need your help to enact them.

They include:

    • ensuring all members adhere to physical distancing (1.5m) throughout the entirety of the briefing/run/debrief.
    • check-in with the QR code at the clubhouse.
    • wear a mask while inside the clubhouse
    • use provided hand sanitiser⁠
    • running with greater space and in smaller groups along the esplanade 
    • avoid unnecessary contact and don’t share equipment/clothing/towels

In addition, it is imperative you DO NOT attend training if:

    • you have been told that you have a confirmed case of COVID-19 or you have been in contact with a person who has COVID-19
    • you have been directed to self-isolate by NSW Health
    • you are not fully vaccinated (2 doses) as per the current Public Health Order this will need to be removed after 1 December

If you have any questions speak with one of our run captains or The Pres (from a distance). 

Train

Cronulla Triathlon Club offer a variety of weekly training sessions for all abilities. We also work with a number of local coaching providers who can tailor specific training programs to suit your training and racing needs.

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Race

Cronulla Triathlon Club hold a variety of club races throughout the summer and winter season to keep members fit, race ready and having fun all year round. Come and race with us and feel the community spirit.

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Belong

Cronulla Triathlon Club is a supportive, family orientated community of like-minded people. Our Club is rich in history being the first club to form in Australia in 1981. Be a part of something
great!

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Lifestyle Physio is one of our Club sponsors. 
Lauren is also creating the Virtual Run session for tomorrow and has given some great warm up and cool down videos. 

Here are some words from Lauren: 

Post lockdown training.

The countdown is on!

Light at the end of the lockdown tunnel. Gyms, pools, group training opening their doors.  You need to remember that Your body doesn’t like change. It doesn’t like quick increases (or decreases) in load. At a cellular level (and too complex for this blog!) collagen and elastin density changes, blood cell population is altered and nerve firing patterns change.

SO here is what you should do as you return to your normal activities:

1.  How many kilometres are you running each week? How many do you want to run? Work to make up this deficit by increasing your load by 10% each week to help avoid injury. For example, if on a normal week I run 20km, 10% of this is 2km, so I add that to the total and will run 22km the following week. Continue this pattern until you are back where you were or where you want to be.

2.  How many sessions each week were you doing before lockdown? How many are you doing now? Don’t go straight back to full load. The human body weakens far quicker than it gains strength, unfortunately! Overloaded training like this is the most common cause of injury we see in the clinic. Use the same rule of thumb for increasing your run (or bike or swim) distance. Build the intensity of sessions or number of sessions incrementally, adding 10% each week. 

3.  Get technical. Now is the perfect time to address any weaknesses in your technique, whether it be in the pool, on the bike, at the gym, or on the track. As you build volume, technique sessions are a great way to make you more efficient, and reduce your injury risk.

If you are carrying a COVID related cleaning injury, “Netflix neck” or want some advise to help you return to sport and exercise without injury… call us on 8544 8484

#loveyourlife
Lifestyle Physio is one of our Club sponsors. Lauren is also creating the Virtual Run session for tomorrow and has given some great warm up and cool down videos. Here are some words from Lauren: Post lockdown training. The countdown is on! Light at the end of the lockdown tunnel. Gyms, pools, group training opening their doors. You need to remember that Your body doesn’t like change. It doesn’t like quick increases (or decreases) in load. At a cellular level (and too complex for this blog!) collagen and elastin density changes, blood cell population is altered and nerve firing patterns change. SO here is what you should do as you return to your normal activities: 1. How many kilometres are you running each week? How many do you want to run? Work to make up this deficit by increasing your load by 10% each week to help avoid injury. For example, if on a normal week I run 20km, 10% of this is 2km, so I add that to the total and will run 22km the following week. Continue this pattern until you are back where you were or where you want to be. 2. How many sessions each week were you doing before lockdown? How many are you doing now? Don’t go straight back to full load. The human body weakens far quicker than it gains strength, unfortunately! Overloaded training like this is the most common cause of injury we see in the clinic. Use the same rule of thumb for increasing your run (or bike or swim) distance. Build the intensity of sessions or number of sessions incrementally, adding 10% each week. 3. Get technical. Now is the perfect time to address any weaknesses in your technique, whether it be in the pool, on the bike, at the gym, or on the track. As you build volume, technique sessions are a great way to make you more efficient, and reduce your injury risk. If you are carrying a COVID related cleaning injury, “Netflix neck” or want some advise to help you return to sport and exercise without injury… call us on 8544 8484 #loveyourlife