PACE Multisport hosts triathlon training June 20 at Goose Spit

 

 

 

Goose Spit will be the location of a great training session put on by PACE Multisport on June 20 to assist all Comox Valley triathletes in their training for upcoming races during the summer.

Leanne Gray and Lynda Magor, both NCCP certified triathlon coaches, have created PACE to bring regular training events to the Comox Valley along with providing a host of other coaching services listed on their website (pacemultisport.com).

“June is prime time for athletes to seek out coached training events to hone their skills and conquer the natural anxiety associated with attempting something outside of your comfort zone,” commented Leanne when asked about the goal of the Goose Spit training event.

There will be a shorter course (500m Sw/16km B/4km R) and a longer option (1kmSw/24km B/8km R).  Experienced triathletes can also benefit from this type of event without the hassle of having to travel to put together all three sports into one training session.

Athletes can register for the event which is $15 payable on the day, by emailing pacemultisport@gmail.com.  The event will start at 8:30 a.m. and participants are encouraged to arrive at the pavilion at Goose Spit by 8 a.m. to set up.

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