Sunday 19th February schedule change

This Sunday we were scheduled to have a bike session at Gransha, but
his has been changed to accommodate a visit by PSNI who are coming to
offer bike registration scheme to all embers of junior club. The bike
registration scheme brands each bike with a unique number to deter
potential thieves. It normally costs £20 per bike, but is being
offered to us free of charge, so all members should take advantage of
this fantastic offer and if parents/guardians want to get their own
bikes registered, then bring those along as well.

While the bikes are being registered, parents/guardians must be present
and juniors will do swim session. As we can't know how long it will
take to complete bike registration, it will be a swim only session.
Time to get back into some serious training🏊‍♀️🏊

This Sunday Aine will be taking names of those interested in club
outing to climb Mount Errigal at beginning of April. This is an event
for children and parents/guardians and young people must be accompanied
by an adult throughout the climb. We are hoping to run a bus to
Errigal, so the size of the bus will be determined by the numbers
wishing to attend.

On a serious note, all juniors must now be registered with triathlon
Ireland and of course with the NWTC. This will be enforced for all
training as of this Sunday, so if not already registered, you have 2
more days to do so.

See you all Sunday

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