Galco Naas Duathlon Series 2017 – FAQs
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Galco Naas Duathlon Series 2017 – Dates Confirmed
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November 8, 2016
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Dates for the 2017 Galco Naas Duathlon Series are now confirmed:
  • Race 1 - Sun, 15th Jan 2017
  • Race 2 - Sun, 19th Feb 2017 including the Intervarsities Duathlon
  • Race 3 - Sun, 12th Mar 2017

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  • €25 for single race entry
  • €62.50 for entry to all 3, (one-off registration)
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Results – Killashee Triathlon – Sat Sept 24th 2016
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September 24, 2016
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Duathlon Race FAQ’s
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January 8, 2016
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Race 1 – 17th Jan 2016 – Sold Out
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January 8, 2016
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Race 1 in the 2016 Naas Duathlon Series on the 17th Jan is now FULL. Places for Race 2 & 3 are selling out fast.
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Duathlon – Race FAQ’s
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January 8, 2016
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Naas Triathlon Butchers Block Duathlon Race series 2016
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November 29, 2015
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Naas Triathlon club will once again host the Butchers Block Duathlon Race Series in Punchestown racecourse in 2016. This race series kick-starts the Triathlon Ireland race calendar and is a great opportunity for anyone looking to try their hand at triathlon with a run/bike/run event. The event consists of a 3.5km run followed by a 20km bike and finishing off with the 3.5km run. The race series is held in Punchestown racecourse and is proudly sponsored by local business the Butchers Block run by Pauraic Cribben  in Monread shopping centre Naas. http://www.thebutchersblock.ie/ The 3 races which take place on January 17th, February 21st & March 27th 2016 are part of Triathlon Ireland’s Duathlon National Series races and will be keenly contested by athletes looking to score points for this Competition. A testament to the popularity of this race series, now in its 10th year, the February race will be the Duathlon National Championships, the premier age group competition. Online registration will be opening 1st December (REGISTRATION LINK) with a discount if your register for all 3 races. If your goal is triathlon in 2016, then this race series is one to consider. Naas Tri Club have a structured training program over the winter months in swim, bike & run and welcome new members to come along to try any of their training sessions.
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2015 Duathlon Series Results
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October 30, 2015
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Great day at 2015 Lost Sheep
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September 11, 2015
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Fun had by all at this years Lost Sheep race hosted by Cork Tri Club down in Kenmare. Well done everyone.
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Marius claims age category 1st Place at inaugural Ironman 70.3 Dublin race
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September 11, 2015
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Mariusz Olejniczak from Naas Triathlon Club claimed 1st place in his age category of 30-34 at the inaugural Ironman 70.3 Dublin race on 9th August powering home in a time of 04:18:25. This time ensured him 10th place overall in a field that included pro athletes from home & abroad. In excess of 10,000 spectators turned out to cheer home 2500 triathletes over the 1.9km swim, 90km bike and 21.1km run. Mariusz is a 33 year old athlete from Poland who has been living in Co. Kildare for almost 10 years and a member of Naas Triathlon Club since 2010. He has been involved in sports and fitness for many years. His passion is endurance sport especially running and triathlon. He is a multiple medalist of Polish and Irish championships in triathlon. He has completed 4 Ironman triathlons with PB 8:59:28 and 28 marathons with PB 2:38:15s. One of his biggest achievements was racing in the 2014 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. This event brings together the world’s best athletes to compete on the Big Island where athletes embark on a 140.6-mile journey that presents the ultimate test of body, mind and spirit to earn the title of IRONMAN. “This year I decided to keep it simple, and do only 4 middle distance triathlons, as I didn’t have time to train more than 7-9hrs a week, due to family, work, Personal Triathlon Coaching (PTMariusz) and helping other athletes. I came second overall twice in Lough Cutra Castle Triathlon and Tri An Mhi, but my “A” race was Dublin70.3. So I decided with Alicja my wife to go for a family training holiday in Chamonix France for some high altitude sessions 4 weeks before the race. It was also an opportunity to meet our family and for me to work on strength and endurance on the bike. mariusz dublin703 On the race day everything went well except my poor swim in the choppy Irish Sea. The crowds around T1 were amazing and give me an extra buzz before the second leg. The bike course was reasonably flat with a few technical turns. The goal was to focus on steady power and low position; at the end I was very happy with my 39kph average. When I came in to T2 I was leading my Age Group. On the run I took it steady @ 3:45’/km and it was amazing doing 3 laps around Phoenix Park, especially it was great to see so many friends and supporters from Naas Triathlon Club. I finished fresh with few blisters but very happy to win my second IM trophy after Galway70.3 in 2011. At the end I would like to say congrats to everyone who finished Dublin 70.3 and all the crowds from Naas Triathlon Club for their fantastic support.” 37 athletes from Naas Triathlon club took park in Ironman Dublin70.3 event and for many it was their first attempt at this distance. mariusz prize703
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