Having a Tea Party or Big Lunch for the Queen’s Jubilee, but nothing to do in the morning?
What better way to celebrate than with a triathlon specifically designed for Women!
Triathlon England South West and Tri Ferris Promotions are delighted to announce that they will once again, for the sixth year, host a weekend of triathlon activity specifically designed for women on 2nd and 3rd June, at The Cotswold Water Park, Nr Cirencester, Glos.
This weekend is perfect for women who would like to get into a sport that is fun, great for your health and where you can participate in an environment that is friendly and fun. You don’t have to be there for both days to join in the fun, pick and chose as you like.
Women Only Triathlon Training Day Taking place on Saturday 2nd June, 11am to 4pm, the training camp is being delivered by a team of predominantly female coaches. The day will include instruction on planning for an event, open water swim coaching, basic cycle information and run training. The day will be delivered with novice triathletes in mind, and will be ideal for new-comers to the sport. For more information about the training day and a booking form, please contact: David Hooper: email@example.com
Women Only Triathlon SUNDAY 3rd June 8am This Women Only event gives competitors the opportunity to participate in one of three different triathlon distances, Novice, Super Sprint or Sprint distances. All are open water events in one of the nicest and cleanest lakes in the country, followed by a flat cycle and picturesque run around the lake. Lorraine Ferris of Tri Ferris Promotions and her experienced crew will be organising this and details can be found at: http://www.triferris.com/womenonly/index.html > Overnight Camping Camping on site with toilet and shower facilities available.
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Annika Beck is off the mark: the Porsche Team Germany player won the Luxembourg Open and at the same time celebrated her first career WTA title. In Saturday's final, the 20-year old was an easy 6-2, 6-1 victor against the Czech Barbora Zahlavova Strycova.
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Malaysian David bidding to become the first player in the 60-year history of the championship to win the title three times in a row, and Egyptian teenager El Sherbini looking to repeat her shock World Championship victory over the world number one in March.
Tonje Daffinrud produced the round of the day in the WPGA International Challenge at Stoke by Nayland Hotel Golf and Spa to maintain her bid for a top five place in the rankings and earn her Ladies European Tour card for next season.
It was back in March that the pair last met - in the final of the WSA World Championship in Malaysia where Massaro clinched victory 11-9 in the fifth to win the sport's most prized title for the first time.
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