Orange Interclub Update

Sunday, November 23

The Orange Tri Club has set up an online registration link for the inter-club this Sunday.

 Please use the this facility prior to Sunday if you are planning to race.


More information is on the website


Dubbo Tri Club

Saturday, November 22.

Dubbo is running a Charity for Tri next Saturday

Registration at 11.15 am for a 12 noon start

More details can be found on their website  

Congratulations to Nick, Nicholas and Adam Kastelein who achieved some outstanding results at Ironman 70.3 Shepparton on Sunday, November  16.  More details in the next newsletter.

Supporting NALAG

On Mother’s Day the Mudgee community lost an amazing lady in a tragic cycling accident. Jill Bryant was an inspiring woman, not just to her family, but to her friends and the community of Mudgee.

 In her honour, Mudgee Red Devil – Ang Fittler – will  dedicate her half ironman race  at Challenge Forster on November 9th to Jill. 

Ang will be pulling out all stops to achieve her goal as a tribute to this worthwhile cause; she will swim 1.9 kilometres, ride 90 kilometres and run 21 kilometres during this gruelling event.  All for NALAG.

Ang has set up a fund raising page to raise money for the NALAG office in Mudgee.  Totally run by volunteers, the NALAG centre for loss and grief provides support to anyone touched by the death of a loved one, suffering relationship breakdowns or trauma or is caring for someone with a life threatening illness.

In memory of Jill, please help Ang support these wonderful volunteers who help make such a difference to the lives of people in need.

You can donate to NALAG via this web site

And we wish Ang the very best of luck at Challenge Forster.

Women’s Tri Camp

Elite Energy Women’s Tri Camp Kiama

10th to  12th October 2014

Australia’s most respected coaches, athletes and industry professionals will  take you through a weekend jam packed with everything ‘triathlon’  in the seaside town of Kiama, NSW.

One of Australia’s most respected world class triathletes and coaches  Dr Michael “Mick” Maroney, alongside well known triathlon and sporting coaches Lisa Maragon, Melissa Ashton-Garard, John Hickey, Simone Campbell and Bel Fong will be there.

The camp will kick off on Friday evening, with a ‘meet and greet’ welcome at the Shores Hotel, Kiama situated within the main street, the Kiama Harbour and Blowhole, and Kiama’s cafes and restaurants.

Female athletes of all abilities are invited – whether you are a seasoned athlete or attempting your first triathlon, either Sprint, Olympic, Long Course or Ironman.

The South Coast Women’s Tri Camp will be a informative weekend  in a relaxed, fun environment.  The aim is to provide valuable information that you can take away and use in training to improve your performance and enhance your triathlon experience.

Some of the planned activities include:-

  • Breakfast/coffee ride to the beautiful town of Berry
  • Swim, running & bike technique sessions
  • Nutrition seminar
  • Stretching for strength
  • Sports physio seminar
  • Transition techniques
  • Being comfortable participating
  • Bringing it altogether for success.

To register your interest, please contact us at Elite Energy on either (02) 4423 7775 or email