Gear Order Form
Club Gear
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June 8, 2019
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Select the items you would like to order then go to the shopping cart at the bottom of the page to pay securely using PayPal.

Winter Fluoro Jacket €105

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Thermal Winter Jacket – White/Black €90

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Leg Warmers – €25

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Bib Shorts Black – High Spec €75

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Cycling jersey – High Spec  – White/Black €59

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Tri Suit Rear zip – Black €90

(Rear zip trisuits have a string that can get caught in your wetsuit. Please tuck it inside or remove string when racing.)

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Tri Suit Rear zip – White/Black €90

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Tri Suit Front Zip – White/Black €90

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Short Sleeve Endurance Tri-suit-White/Black €99

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Tri shorts – Black €45

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Tri Top – Black €55

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Tri top – White €55

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Hoodie -White/Black €55

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Casual Showerproof Jacket  White/Black €69

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Please note we will need a min qty of 5 per item and will contact you if any item does not achieve that number

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Naas Duathlon Series 2019
Latest News Uncategorized
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June 7, 2019
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NTC Duathlon

Galco Naas Duathlon Finale

Sunday saw the last round of the Galco Naas Duathlon Series. With another very competitive field, the stage was set for a great race. The main race was part of the BMW National Series with crucial points on offer but along with that we had the very first National Para-duathlon Championships being held. 8 athletes lined up at the start line of this momentous event across four categories and congratulation to Donncha McCarthy (guided by Stephen Teeling-Lynch) Judith McCoombe (guided by Louise Crowe) Tojo Lazzari and Elizabeth McTernan who are all newly crowned National Champions in their respective categories.

In the National Series men’s race Chris Mintern saved his efforts for the second run where he pulled away to win by a minute from Marc Flavin and Paul Carroll who fought a tight battle for second and third place. In the women’s’ race, Olivia McCartin was the clear winner from Junior Ella Doherty and Siobhan Murtagh. In the Juniors we saw another great performance from Sabian Kulczynski in the men’s race and Ella Doherty and Emma Boyle in the women’s.

Women’s Podium Race 3
Men’s Podium Race 3

The Galco Race Series was also to be decided, with points accumulated from Rounds 1 & 2. As is often the case, consistency is key and so previous podiums places by Conor Tiernan and Jennifer O’Sullivan had them in pole position at the start. True to form both had strong performances to round off the series in style and take home the honours.

Ed Byrne (Galco) Conor Tiernan (series winner), Jennifer O’Sullivan (series winner) Daragh Skehan (Race Director)

As usual the Galco Naas Duathlon series proved to be as popular as ever and offered both highly competitive racing at the top end alongside a great opportunity for people to try out a duathlon for the first time. Huge congrats to all who completed their first duathlon and also to all who took part and made this another great start to the year.

Galco Naas Duathlon Series – Round 2

Round 2 of the Galco Naas Duathlon Series was another sell-out race with over 200 entrants registered, including some very competitive athletes. This time there was added interest as this was also the National Intervarsity Championship.

On a beautiful spring morning, the race comprised of a 3k run on the ambulance track around the racecourse followed by a 20k cycle out to Blessington and back and ending with a second 3k run to finish in front of the grandstand.

Cian Kelly set a blistering pace once again on the first run, coming into T1 closely followed by Conor Tiernan with Michael Moran and Colm Turner just behind. With a strong wind picking up, the bike leg was always going to be decisive and so it proved with Shane Power and Colm Turner leading into T2, from Michael Moran and Conor Tiernan. Colm got away best although Conor tried valiantly to catch him, posting the fastest 2nd run of the day but came up just short, leaving Colm Turner to claim 1st place, Conor Tiernan in 2nd with Michael Moran in 3rd.

Michael Moran (3rd) Colm Turner (1st) Conor Tiernan (2nd)

In the women’s race, Christine Russell led from the start from Hikka Kontro, Jennifer O’Sullivan and Shannon Kelly. Once again, the bike leg was significant with Shannon Kelly passing Hikka and closing in on Jennifer. Once onto the second run Christine pulled away to take the win ahead of Shannon Kelly in 2nd while a fast finishing Hikka Kontro just edged out Jennifer O’Sullivan for 3rd.

Shannon Kelly (2nd) Christine Russell (1st) Hikka Kontro (3rd)

In the Intervarsity Championship the honours went to Christine Russell and Michael Moran both from DCU while Leo Doyle won the Junior section ahead of Cian Ibbotson and Cian Kelly.

Fantastic start to the Galco Naas Duathlon Series – Round 1

Naas Triathlon Club hosted the 1st round of the Galco Duathlon series in Punchestown on Sunday. This is the traditional season opener for Triathlon Ireland’s National Duathlon Series and it was a sell out as usual, with over 200 competitors lining up despite the damp start to the morning.

For many athletes this was their firsttime taking part in a duathlon which involves a 3k run on the ambulance track that goes around the racecourse followed by a 20k cycle out to Blessington and back and ending with a second 3k runto finish in front of the grandstand.

At the serious end of the race a couple of the juniors showed their run pace with Cian Kelly and Sabian Kulczynski leading the first run along with Conor Tiernan. The bike leg allowed Marc Flavin and Daryl Kearns to show their strength and pull back the leaders to come off the bike with a commanding lead over Conor Tiernan and Emmet Kelly. That was how they finished with Marc Flavin taking the win in fine style while Sabian Kulczynski held off a fast finishing Cian Kelly to win the Junior section.

In the womens’ race, Ciara Wilson led from the start from another junior, Ella Doherty, with Shannon Kelly and Jennifer O’Sullivan coming into T1 together chasing hard. On the bike leg Ciara edged further ahead by another 30 secs to maintain her lead onto the second run while Shannon and Jennifer kept up the chase and came into T2 with only a few seconds separating them. Remarkably they posted the same time as each other on both the first and second run section but neither could match Ciara’s pace as she closed it out for a convincing win.

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Galco Naas Duathlon Series 2019 – FAQs
Latest News Races
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June 6, 2019
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Click Here to Download the Galco Naas Duathlon Series FAQ’s

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Killashee Sprint Triathlon
Killashee Sprint Triathlon
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June 4, 2019
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Date: Su 29th September 2019

Start time: 9:00

End time: 13:00

Location: Killashee House Hotel Leisure Centre

Type of event: Sprint Triathlon

Distances: 750m pool swim, 20km cycle, 5km run

Entry Fee: €35

Registration: NOW OPEN Click Here

Read all Frequently Asked Questions HERE

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Strength & Flexibility Sessions
Duathlon Series Races
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June 3, 2019
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Strength & Flexibility are essential elements of Triathlon training. They are key to staying injury free and getting the most out of your swim, bike and run training sessions.

Here are some excellent videos to follow and you should try to incorporate them into your weekly schedule.

2 x 30 minute sessions a week would bring great benefits to all levels of triathlete. CLICK ON IMAGES TO VIEW VIDEOS

 

 

Warm Up

 

warm up

 

Cool Down

 

Flexibility & Range of Motion

 

 

Strength & Conditioning

 

Ed Byrne

Chairman

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Galco Naas Duathlon Series 2019 Results
Duathlon Series Latest News
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June 2, 2019
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Results of the Galco Naas Duathlon Races can be found on the links below. Thank you to all who participated.

Click here for RACE 1 results

Click here for RACE 2 results

Click here for RACE 3 results

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ABOUT NAAS TRIATHLON CLUB
Club Gear
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June 1, 2019
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NAAS TRIATHLON CLUB is a triathlon club serving the Naas and Newbridge areas in County Kildare.

We welcome all abilities from seasoned elite triathletes to those wishing to get involved in the sport of triathlon or duathlon for the first time. If you can swim, ride a bike, and run then triathlon is for you.
If you don’t want to learn to swim or simply don’t like to, then duathlon may be of interest, we are holding a number of run, bike, run races over the winter season.
Or perhaps you just want to stay fit or get fit?

We welcome all age groups, and aim to have a fun and enthusiastic time during training and competition. We also aim to encourage everyone to reach their best potential in the fastest growing sport in Europe.

If you would like to contact us please email info@naastriathlonclub.com

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Galco Naas Duathlon Series 2019 – Dates Confirmed
Duathlon Series Latest News Race Races
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November 8, 2016
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Dates for the 2018 Galco Naas Duathlon Series are now confirmed:

  • Race 1 – Sun, 20th Jan 2019
  • Race 2 – Sun, 24th Feb 2019 including the Intervarsities Duathlon
  • Race 3 – Sun, 24th Mar 2019

Kindly Sponsored by:

Fees are:

  • €25 for single race entry
  • €62.50 for entry to all 3, (one-off registration)

One Day Licence can be purchased on the day for all non-TI race participants

Click HERE to Register Now

Also kindly supported by:

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Results – Killashee Triathlon
Killashee Sprint Triathlon Race Races
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September 24, 2016
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Third Race of The Butchers Block Naas Duathlon Series
2016 Duathlon Series Duathlon Series
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April 4, 2016
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Last Easter Sunday saw the third and final race of the The Butchers Block Naas Duathlon Series hosted by Naas Triathlon Club at Punchestown racecourse. 150 competitors left the easter eggs at home and kitted themselves out for a chilly Easter morning and a final chance to gain National Series points at this race series.

The 3 race series men’s winner award went to Eoin Lyons from Waterford and was presented by Race Director Niall Duffy. Suzann Scanlon was the ladies race series winner.

In this third race, a close battle for first position was fought out in the men’s race with Kieran Jackson finishing first in a time of 54:10 followed closely in second by Cian O Reilly in 54:39. Liam Dunne took third place in 55:23.

Aine Donegan claimed the prize for first lady home in 1:03:55.  Bronagh Adams took second place while Cathy Kenneally came home third.

Once again a very successful race series has been completed with sponsors Butchers Block and thanks to Punchestown Racecourse and both Kildare & Wicklow An Garda Sciochana Divisions for their support in running these events.

REsults can be downloaded here

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