I moved back home to Ballyleague in May 2018. I had been living away for over 30 years and I knew that in order to get out and meet people I needed to get out and about. I figured that getting involved in a Club / Activity of some sorts would provide the perfect opportunity […]
Thanks for stopping by and learning more about our wonderful Club! With over 100 fantastic, friendly and driven members of all ages and abilities, our Club makes a big effort to help all members to achieve their triathlon ambitions.
We are eager to welcome more triathletes of all levels. Join us today and you will be made to feel very welcome and supported, to ensure that your experience is both positive and enjoyable.
We’ll Get You There!
Whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned veteran, Lanesboro Tri Club is here to help you achieve your triathlon goals in a positive and supportive environment.
The objective is to take beginners, in all or any of the three disciplines, and develop them into triathletes through our dedicated 6-month programme… ready to compete at the local, Club-run, Two Provinces Triathlon in July 2020. We are interested in potential members of all abilities and ambitions. The club has allocated additional coaching and mentoring for new members. Those interested in taking part have the option to attend three of our training sessions before becoming a club member.
Zero2Tri 2020 Launch Night
7pm, Saturday 11th January, 2020 in Lanesboro Tri Club, Main Street, Lanesborough.
If you are interested in taking up triathlon and would like to find out more, come along to our launch night. There’ll be introductions and presentations and you can talk to some previous first-timers to ask what they got out of it!
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My thoughts on joining the Lanesboro Triathlon Club. A triathlon was something I always thought about doing. I liked the idea of doing a Swim, Bike and Run. But attempting to complete three sports disciplines in succession seemed an insurmountable challenge. Then, new year 2019, in Roscommon I noticed a sign for Zero2Tri and immediately […]
I moved to Lanesboro recently and decided to join Lanesboro Tri Club earlier this year. Coming from a GAA and Rugby background, I was looking for a sport that could keep me active with regular training and a club feeling about it. Lanesboro Tri Club ticked all these boxes. Their Zero2Tri programme means that they […]