Monday 18th August 2014
Guernsey Triathlon Squad named for Jersey 2015   Guernsey Triathlon supported by the Ana Leaf Foundation are pleased to announce the naming of the triathlon squad that will represent Guernsey in the 2015 Nat West Island Games in Jersey.   The squad has been chosen and named at an early stage as both qualification races have been held relatively early in the season and as the club wants the squad to have a clear focus on training 10 months in advance of the games.   The team...
Sunday 10th August 2014
  Ex-Hurricane Bertha and the associated forecast of high winds and heavy rain failed to stop the planned Guernsey Triathlon / Ana Leaf Foundation Olympic and Sprint distance races taking place, the decision to race being taken at 6am for a 7am start as the forecast changed so frequently with the storm changing direction.   The wind, whilst blowing about force 6 stayed firmly in the South meaning that the sea in Pembroke bay stayed relatively and was safe to swim in, the gusting wind...
Monday 28th July 2014
Well done to everyone who raced and helped out on sunday, great race. Andy Dovey has some more great action shots on his site: andydoveyphotography race report to follow soon.  
Wednesday 16th July 2014
Travers takes comfortable win at Les Amarreurs   James Travers won a controlled race in the 2nd instalment of the Guernsey Triathlon Club’s Ana Leaf Summer Triathlon Series.  40 competitors lined up in windy conditions to tackle the choppy 800m swim, 13 mile bike and 4.75 mile cross country run.   The swim took competitors from Rousse pier across the bay to waiting bikes at Les Ammareurs Park from which the bike leg went out as far as Perelle Garage and then up along Le Mont...
Tuesday 15th July 2014
Well done to everyone who completed Sunday's Ammarreurs Tri.  A well received 'new' old course  Thanks to Andy Dovey who has produced some fantastic photos on his first attempt at capturing our sport. See yoiurself and fellow competitors here http://www.andydoveyphotography.com/triathlon---ammareurs-2014.html … Report to follow soon.....
Tuesday 1st July 2014
James Travers won a thrilling Inter-Insular Triathlon in Jersey on Sunday morning.  Travers, fresh from his win at the Deva Triathlon in Chester 2 weeks ago, came home only 8 seconds clear of second placed Jerseyman Tom Perchard.  The event, sponsored by the Ana Leaf Foundation doubled as Guernsey’s first of two Island Games Selection races. Having exited the water 1 minute down on Perchard, Travers stormed the bike section and came into T2 around 4 minutes ahead of Perchard, setting...
Tuesday 17th June 2014
Max Thornton mixed it up with the seniors at the weekend romping home to victory in the Olympic Distance Triathlon Windsor Tri in a time of 2:11:24. Thornton, a Guernsey Triathlon Club junior development member who turned 17 the day before Sunday’s race, finished as first youth and 20th place overall out of a field of 1600+ athletes.    Thornton recalled his race, “At 7am on Sunday I lined up with 120 other 17-29 age group triathletes in Windsor.   All the competitors were tense...
Tuesday 17th June 2014
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Wednesday 11th June 2014
Guernsey Triathlon Club and Island Games squad member James Travers won the Deva triathlon in Chester last weekend (Sunday 8 June, 2014).   Travers, who only took up the sport last year, took the overall honours finishing in an extremely credible time of 1 hour 59 minutes and 34 seconds beating a field of 485 athletes, a time on par with professional triathletes over the same Olympic length distance.   Travers joined the first wave of 100 competitors in his age group (25-29 years) to...
Monday 2nd June 2014
A massive turn out yesterday with lots of new faces, not including the biennial Granite Man event, it looked like the clubs biggest triathlon ever, with 61 athletes. Thanks to Brian and friends for the kayak support and photos.  Thanks to Remi and Nikki for marshalling, to Hazel for doing all of the maths, and Simon for shouting at everyone. Results here:  Race report to follow shortly.