Join SBR Triathlon and train in a friendly, supportive environment

SBR Triathlon holds regular training sessions, camps, special events and more. Join us for as little or as much as you like.

Performance Centre

SBR Triathlon Performance Centre is your dedicated triathlon training venue. Regardless of the weather, you can get your training done. With treadmills, wind trainers, strength and conditioning equipment, everything you need to take your triathlon training to the next level under one roof.

In addition our specialist mechanic and bike fitter is available to ensure you get the best out of your bike equipment. From fine tuning your time trial position, to race tuning your road bike, our mechanic will have you riding safely and swiftly.

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Juniors Program

Our juniors program is an introduction into the sport of triathlon which has a focus on fun and enjoyment. It enables kids to develop skills, ability and fitness in a non-competitive environment.

All juniors have access to club run training sessions which are fun and inclusive, with a focus on Triathlon skill development.

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Beginner Program

Many people are simply unsure where to start when it comes to triathlon. That’s ok, we are here to help with that!

Join a 6 week beginner course to get you on your way to completing your first triathlon, all with the support of some great new friends. There are more than 12 events in the coming months of varying distances and location, something for everyone.

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Friday Night Fun Fest

September 2, 2016, 6:00pm - September 2, 2016, 8:30pm

It's the last Friday Night Fun Fest before the coaches head to World Championships. The theme therefore should be around anthems for sports heroes. Think Eye of the Tiger! Bring your best music tunes ...

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2 days ago


I'm sitting here in the SBR van after my last hard bike session before I head off for the world champs in Mexico, looking out over the track I just spent an hour riding around 34 times.

As a coach you're always hoping that the advice and direction you give to athletes is correct and helps them achieve their goals. As I'm also an athlete I often feel that I have to walk the walk as well talk the talk (everybody knows I can talk). I'm a lazy athlete that often uses any excuse I can to justify not doing what I should. I'm too tired. I'm too busy coaching. I'm too sick from eating cookies. You get my drift.

Since we opened the SBR Performance Centre, which roughly coincided with my acceptance into the Australian team to compete in Cozumel, I thought it was about time I too had a more structured plan not unlike the ones I highly recommend to my athletes. So I wrote one up knowing full well that I wouldn't get all of it done but would concentrate on certain things to hit some key markers in the hope that come race day in Mexico I'll be in solid shape. So this is quite a new experience for me. What isn't so new is my dislike for data. You've all seen me roll my eyes over Strava and Garmin lovers, and poor Cooper (who eats data for breakfast) gets it the worst. Now let me clarify when I say I don't like data. Of course we need numbers to strive for as it's the prime goal. But to become a slave to it I feel will slow you down. I use my Garmin maybe once a month to collect something meaningful otherwise I use it as an expensive stopwatch.

Where am I headed with this? Today I walked the walk. I have been quietly coaching myself since April. I went easy when I was supposed to. I pushed when it was time. I did the distance. I was cautious if I wasn't feeling the best. I did everything I'd tell one of my athletes to do in the same situation. So in conclusion, if you want to hit a goal, get yourself a plan and listen to your coach. It works!
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3 days ago

Best of luck to the crew running Bridge to Brisbane tomorrow morning. Looking forward to some fast times! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

If you're passing by IGA at Acacia Ridge shopping centre today, drop in and say hi to Bruce Kean and his daughters. They're raising money for cerebral palsy. Bruce has signed up for this years Noosa Triathlon and this is the charity to get him to the start line. ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

Last night there was a challenge at core training...a wall sit. One by one the athletes dropped off until there was one...Becci still going strong at the 8 minute mark before her husband got in the car and drove off in boredom. Well done Bec, you smashed it!! ... See MoreSee Less

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