What our parents say
My lad has been a water baby all his life. However, his swimming club were looking to get him train 4 to 5 times a week and eventually he just got bored. He had a taster session with NTri in Abington Park just before the Summer Holidays and had a brilliant time. He could not wait until the new term began, so that he could get into the training. Now twice a week he trains at all three disciplines. I love how enthusiastic he is and the fact that he is always ready to go when the day comes.
“Our daughter was a member of a running club previously, but found training for a single sport a tad repetitive. Since joining NTri she has come on in leaps and bounds. Her swimming has improved immensely, she has gone from barely being able to swim 50 metres to clocking up 2km each session. She has made some great friends through the club and I have to say… so have we!”
“We are delighted with the progress our child has made since joining NTri. They have grown both athletically and socially. I would just like to take this opportunity to thank all the coaches and volunteers for their efforts over the years.”
The club is pleased to announce that we have been awarded British Triathlon’s Bronze Tri Mark award. This is a new scheme that provides recognition to clubs that have excellent levels of management, coaching and child welfare. Thanks to everyone who has been involved in the application process. We have a great bunch of people […]
Every year we run the NTri Shield club championship. Trophies are presented to the top 3 juniors at the clubs end of season party. Members can earn points at any race featuring on the British Triathlon calendar of events. Race Points are awarded based on the age category winning time. The formula is: (Winning time […]
The NTri open water swimming season will start with an Open Water Festival on the 25th May. NTri will be hosting this event in partnership with the Royal Life Saving Society. As part of the festival is an aquathlon, which is open to kids from age 8 upwards and will be a target event in […]