Get in the swim with PACE Multisport

New business has focus on training for triathlon events

PACE Multisport, a new coaching business in the Comox Valley, is launching their business with a Learn To Swim Clinic starting Tuesday evening from 8-9 p.m. this week at the Sports Centre pool.

NCCP competition certified triathlon coaches Leanne Gray and Lynda Magor will be conducting swim sessions until early March. The two coaches plan to run an Adult and Youth Triathlon Clinic from March until May to encourage people in their training for a variety of local and Island triathlon events, including the Shoreline Orthodontics Tri-K.

Other endeavours in the works are regular indoor bike training sessions which will enable athletes who have their own indoor bike trainer to come together and train in a group format for a coached workout.  These workouts will begin at the end of January.

Anyone interested in some of these new activities or registration for the clinics, should contact or check out PACE Multisport on their Facebook page.

– PACE Multisport


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