Welcome to Beachborough & Brackley Triathlon Club a grassroots triathlon club starting from age 8 onwards.
We have weekly swimming, cycling and running sessions where you can develop as an athlete in a safe structured environment. Our main ethos is to have FUN make FRIENDS and IMPROVE our SWIMMING, CYCLING and RUNNING skills.
However, we do not neglect the dedicated athlete who is ambitious and talented and wants to be competitive. We have had children representing the club at National level and some of our older athletes are now racing on the international stage.
With our four level 1 and one level, 2 coaches, whatever your level we can accommodate you and make YOU the BEST you can be.
Come and join the fun…
beachborough & BRACKLEY Tri welcomes new adult members
Meet our Committee
Order Team Kit
Regional & National Events
Together we can do it...
What our members say
Introducing our new Tri Club Captains for the 2022/23 season. Noah and Jess! Well done. They have been club members since they were eight years old and we are sure that their hard work and dedication to the sport will encourage the next generation of young triathletes.
The HUUB Triathlon England Awards provide an opportunity to recognise the many numbers of volunteers, coaches, officials, clubs and events that have made triathlon a truly unique sport in 2022. Why not nominate your favourite coach, club, event etc…. HUUB Triathlon England Awards Rewarding and recognising the individuals, groups and organisations who help others in […]
On Sunday, Mum took me to Southam for my first individual triathlon. We arrived early but the time went really quickly. I was able to cycle and walk the course in advance which was really useful, and it meant I was prepared for cycling up the two mounds and I knew the route. The ground […]
It was my first time travelling to France to race. When we arrived at the venue the chateau was very open surrounded by many lakes and canals. I started early afternoon, which was very warm. My first run was 1 km around the gardens of the chateau, going into transition there was a very steep […]