Triathlon club registration Jan. 7 at aquatic centre

The Comox Valley Triathlon Club is hosting a registration event on Thursday, Jan. 7 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Comox Valley Aquatic Centre.

Anyone interested in training or learning the sport of triathlon is most welcome. The CVTC is a very social and mixed ability group of people with a “more the merrier” attitude toward any group training sessions the club hosts.

Members train for and participate in a variety of triathlon events ranging from the Shoreline Orthodontics Tri-K event right here in Comox Valley, to the Ironman distance events held in Whistler and several other locations worldwide.

The club hosts coached swim workouts every Sunday morning and is looking to host spin sessions beginning in January for bike training.  Group training is often followed by some members heading to a coffee shop or somewhere to socialize after their efforts.

Come out and check out the triathlon club at the registration and put your best foot forward toward an awesome new sport.  For more information on the CVTC or the registration contact Kris Hopping (khopping@telus.net).

 

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