Triathlon club information meeting Thursday, Jan. 8

Club members will answer questions, registration will be available




The Comox Valley Triathlon Club is hosting an information evening at the Aquatic Centre on Thursday, Jan. 8 at 6:30 p.m. Members of the club will be there to answer all of your questions, about the sport of triathlon and provide information about the resources available to its members, such as coached swim, spin class, group rides, open water swims, as well as clinics and seminars.

We will also be offering new members registration for $75 which includes your membership to Tri BC at a reduced rate. For the first time this year we are giving all members a free Comox Valley Triathlon Club technical T-shirt.

Come out to the Aquatic Centre join us for coffee, muffins, conversation, order your T-shirt, and begin your training for a triathlon. Contact and further information is at

– Comox Valley Triathlon Club


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