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September 21, 2015
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We just took delivery of two boxes of Powerful Yogurt Protein Bars ready for all the racers at the upcoming Killashee Sprint Triathlon on 3rd October.

A big Thanks to Robert from Powerful Yogurt Ireland

The only yogurt-covered bar with 20G protein and live probiotics.

Now available in Ireland. Stockists

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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.

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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.

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TriAthy Great NTC Turnout
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May 31, 2015
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Naas Tri Club at TriAthy 2015

44 members represented Naas Triathlon Club yesterday at TriAthy. A great day for the club and for all the racers. Well done everyone.

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Killashee Sprint Triathlon – Sat 3rd October 2015
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May 20, 2015
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Date: 3rd October 2015

Start time: 9:00

End time: 13:00

Location: Killashee House Hotel Leisure Centre

Type of event: Sprint Triathlon

Distances: 750m pool swim, 15km cycle, 5.0km run

Please note that the cycle course has been reduced from 20km to 15km due to roadworks and therefore route controls have been imposed for safety reasons.

Registration: Now Open on the Triathlon Ireland website. Click Here
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Killashee Sprint Triathlon – Sat Sept 27th – Less than 2 weeks to go!
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September 16, 2014
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Looking forward to welcoming all racers to the Killashee Triathlon on Saturday 27th September.

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Naas Triathlon Club Race 3 2014 Results sponsored by The Butchers Block
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March 23, 2014
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Race 2 results – Butchers Block Duathlon
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February 23, 2014
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Race report here Race report race 2 2014

Results can be downloaded here Butchers Block race 2 results -Naas

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The Butchers Block Naas Duathlon Series 2014 – Register
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February 3, 2014
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Dates:  23rd Feb & 23rd Mar

Start Time: 12:30PM

Venue: Punchestown Racecourse

Distances: 3.5k Run , 20k Bike , 3.5k Run

COMPETITOR RACE BRIEFING 2014

Download the Course Map here

For Online Registration here

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Race report from the 1st round of ‘The Butchers Block Duathlon Series’ in Punchestown Racecourse
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January 20, 2014
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2014 Season off to a flying start with The ‘Butchers Block Duathlon’

The ‘Butchers Block Duathlon’ kicked off the 2014 season in Punchestown this Sunday with over 200 triathletes of all abilities tackling the course. It starts with a 3.5k run around the racecourse followed by a 20k bike leg out to Blessington and back with a second lap of the racecourse to finish. Cork based Cathal O’Donnabhainn was in flying form on the 1st run leg leading Mariusz Olejniczak with a run time of 9:57 and it was clear he was determined to start the year off with a victory. He did this in fine style setting a new course record of 52:26 in the process. Mariuz, a previous winner of the race and member of the Naas Triathlon Club came a very creditable second with Peter kern completing the podium in third.

In the ladies race there was no surprise to see last year’s series winner Caroline Conway leading after the first run but Kitty Perle was in no mood to make it easy for her and pressed her all the way. In the end Caroline’s run speed made the difference and she came home first in a time of 1:04:37 just over a minute ahead of Kitty with Aisling Flanagan taking third spot.

For many of those competing it was their first attempt at such a race and this is a perfect way to get involved in the sport of Triathlon. Luckily the weather gods were kind today which made it all the more enjoyable. The second leg of this popular race series hosted by Naas Triathlon Club is on the 23rd February and entries are filling fast so don’t miss out – register on www.naastriathlonclub.com.

Ed Byrne
PRO Naas triathlon Club

087 2223451

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