Austin Triathlon Club supports and collaborates with local coaches and store partners to put on community clinics aimed at providing triathletes of all experience levels with the resources they need to accomplish their training goals. We hope you will join us at one of our upcoming community clinics!
Sunday, August 1, 2021
McNeil High School Performing Arts Center parking lot
5720 McNeil Dr, Austin, TX 78729
Fine tune your T1 and T2 skills and learn some tips and tricks for quicker transition times. We will be meeting in the front parking lot of the McNeil High School Performing Arts Center. The performing arts center is to the left of the main high school building. Please park at the bottom of the hill as we will be using the top of the lot to rack/store bikes. Please bring your bikes, helmets, cycling shoes, running shoes and anything else you utilize on your bike and run.. We will have an intro chat about transitions and then you will spend the rest of the time practicing.
Event will be capped at 25 participants.
RSVP Link: https://forms.gle/QZ7nJj7z1aHwG5FU8
What to Bring:
- Running Shoes
- Cycling Shoes
- Hydration and nutrition
- Socks (if you wear socks on the bike or run, bring them)
- Race Belt (if you don’t safety pin your bib to your running shirt, bring a belt)
- Cycling gloves (if you wear gloves, bring them to practice)
- Any extra clothing you’d use for the bike or run, bring it. If you like to throw a running shirt on, bring it.
- Hat or visor
- Water bottle or fuel belt for the run
Sign up to reserve a spot at this free clinic!
OPEN WATER SWIM CLINIC
August 22, 2021
Craig Kuglen's house
310 Rockcliff Rd, Austin, TX
Andrea Fisher, long time renowned swimmer and coach, will lead an open water swim clinic for Austin Triathlon Club members. She is a former USA National Swim Team member, NCAA and USA Swimming National champion and posted dozens of Ironman Swim Course records world wide during her professional career. Andrea has been coaching triathletes and swimmers for over 25 years and understands the anxiety and fear that open water can hold for new athletes. (SHE USED TO BE ON OF THEM!). Topics covered in this clinic will be focused for the beginner to intermediate swimmer, but will be addressed in a manner for all to safely take part in.
There will be an opportunity for a longer swim workout after all key tips, tricks and pointers are covered as a group. Wetsuits are optional but not required. Please come with a brightly colored swim cap for safety and recognition purposes. If you would like to transition to a run, after the swim portion is complete, you are welcome to do so. There are 1-6 mile run options from the house location.
If there are any weather issues that would cause cancellation of the event, updates will be posted on the Facebook event page no later then 6:00 a.m. Sunday, August 22nd. Please park on the side of the road, allowing traffic to still pass, or in the last spots available in Craig's driveway. Please do not block the ROW on the road or anyone else's access