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Triathlon Club Christmas

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Triathlon Club Christmas

The Canterbury Triathlon Club pre Christmas event has been on the local event calendar for 15 years. It is a popular day for local triathletes as the first burst for the season for many age groupers and has appeal to entry level people due to the attainable distances. It is a fun event but a great chance for the general public and others to see all levels of abilities.

New Sponsor
This year Active Health QEII has come onboard as naming sponsors of the event for 2006. Active Health QEII is delighted to be involved with this triathlon event, which encourages participation, fitness and good health. Active Health QEII is a practice specialising in Exercise and Sports Medicine, targeting the general public. The Active Health QEII team is an enthusiastic group of professionals who can cater for all the triathlon needs of beginners and professionals alike.


Event Information
Sunday 17 December
Scarborough Domain, Sumner
Triathlon: 400m swim, 20km bike, 4.5km run
Duathlon: 2km run, 20km bike, 4.5km run

Individual and team entries are available. Entries are open to club and non members, with a reduced fee for club members.

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Visit www.canterburytriclub.co.nz .

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