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Summary of Welsh Triathlons Duty of Care week

At Welsh Triathlon Duty of Care is a key priority and something we look to embed in all our practices

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Head of Performance - Physical activity and mental health

I have always loved taking part in sport or just being outside being active.

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Duty of care week

At Welsh Triathlon Duty of Care is a key priority and something we look to embed in all our practices.

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The finale of the Winter Grand Tour

The 9-stage virtual Winter Grand Tour comes to an end with over 400 Welsh Triathlon and Triathlon Scotland members taking part.

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Ask the coaches

How much swim training is really needed to complete a 2.4-mile swim for Ironman?

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Welsh Triathlon Academy Programme (WTAP) Selection Amendments 2020-21 Season

Welsh Triathlon had implemented some changes to the selection process and delivery of our Academy programme going forwards. We had hoped to bring this new process in for the 2020-21 season when selecting athletes in September/October 2020 but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have had to put this on hold.

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Welsh Triathlon Virtual Activity

Whilst we are unable to deliver on the ground activity, we have put together a series of virtual activity open to anyone aged between 11-18 years old. The purpose of this is to provide some structure and routine to young athletes through regular sessions, alongside some educational sessions within the monthly activity. Please see the table below for the activity schedule and the bullet points containing more information.

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Commonwealth Game Nomination Policy

Welsh Triathlon are pleased to publish the nomination policy for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

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Ask the coaches

How would you split an athletes time over the three disciplines, S&C and stretching?

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Celtic Brothers ‘Everesting’

Ben and Josh Cleave from Celtic Tri Club spent their Christmas holidays cycling the height of Everest to raise money for Brain Tumour Research.

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