It was another beautiful Saturday but just a bit windy for our tri with 75 triathletes coming out to enjoy the morning! We had Angela from the Griffith University come down again on Saturday with her new program for our Tri Timing System. The timing system which they have called Tri Timer won the Opmantek ICT award which was an excellent achievement. Some of the features of this new timing system will be membership maintenance, race number administration, timing functions, general administration and individual performance seasonal points tallying. The Tri Timer is the work of Angela King, Hussah Alzunidy, Jake Braiding-Watson and Satishkumar Elumalai. Congratulations and we can’t wait to see it in action.
Travis Coleman representing Twinnies at Kawana in the Qld Tri Series came a fantastic 12th over all so congratulations on an awesome effort.
Glenn Lance has returned from his trip and received his towel and voucher for being the equal winner of the Monthly Point Score. Glenn also received a Twin Towns voucher.
LAST CHANCE TO COME TO THE CHRISTMAS PARTY!!!
This Saturday is your last chance to attend the Tri Christmas Party. Please bring your money so you can pay the lovely Lisa and Vicki. YES YOU NEED TO PAY NEXT SATURDAY PLEASE
- Price $30
- Venue Babalou in Kingscliff
- Date 6th December 2015
- Time 12pm NSW time
Goodluck to all of the triathletes competing at the Kingscliff Tri on the weekend. We will have a full report next week regarding the Kingy Tri but below is a sneak preview of some of our triathletes from the day.
Weekly Voucher Winners
Greg Freeman Travis Coleman Darren Jones Amadeus Bellenger Jenny Scaysbrook Deb Anderson Jim Collins
Coast Cyclery, South Tweed Supercycles, Cannibal Clothing, Kingscliff Cycles, Palm Beach Supercycles, Storm Cycles & Felt water bottle
POINT SCORE as of 14th November
1 Craig Broadhurst 187
2 Joe Mollica 181
3 Will Styman 176
4 Danny Khazen 169
5 Guy Ethell 168
6 Peter Serone 168
7 Alex Gilks 166
8 Scott Styman 161
9 Trevor Lawes 161
10 Gerard Robards 156
DR BIKE – Awareness in the windy conditions when racing. Wheel sizes are very important and deep dish wheels can sometimes hinder your performance. Choose your wheels wisely and always bring your training wheels just in case. What size cassette should you choose? Best thing is to ask your local bike shop what would be best for you and your riding capability. You should be riding with your cadence ranging from 90-110.
Reminder to all
* Working lights front and back
* Jo Kelly Memorial team event & breakfast – 12th December
* Thank you to this week’s Marshals Wendy Sanders & Travis Coleman
* Xmas function 6th December $30/person ‘Babalou’ Kingscliff Hotel – submit names up until 28th November if you are interested to attend
Marshals for next week 28th November are
- Woodland Round About – Terry Simpson
- Amaroo/Fraser Intersection – Peter McFie
Thanks everyone and don’t forget to have FUN!