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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2 days ago

Gatorade series race 1 at Raby Bay wrap up....

SBR had a nice little turn out with 8 athletes competing (plus 2 adopted athletes for the day that needed a home).

Firstly a big thanks to our new professional photographer Jane Hagarty who was very fast with the camera and made our motley crew look pretty good.

Results :

Young Tom Feldmann who is racing under SBR colours for the first time (and in only his 2nd ever triathlon) blitzed the swim in the under 14 category (Tom is only 12) and came out of the water in 2nd. He fought hard in his weakest leg, the bike, and came back well in the run to finish 11th in a field stacked with state representatives. Well done Tom!

Tom outshone his old man Lars on the day but let's give some credit to Lars who went around the sprint distance course in a very snappy time of 1 hr 11 minutes (I'm glad I wasn't up against him). Fastest SBR athlete in the sprint distance.

Sienna Hagarty loves punching above her weight and stepped up again to race the longer enticer length and was only a handful of seconds off the speed of her Dad, Mick, as they came out onto the run. Mick didn't do the right thing and stormed passed his little girl during the run. However all can be forgiven because Mick cracked a podium finish and came 3rd in his division. A big congratulations to Mick particularly when we know how difficult it's been for him lately with work and not being able to train.

SBR newby Emma Cooper completed her first ever triathlon on Sunday and the good news is she loved it and is coming back for more! Watch this space because this little athlete is pretty determined!

Kirsty Taylor ticked every box in her wish list to finish a very happy girl in the sprint distance. Sore knees aside (like that would stop her) she ran really well after a very solid bike leg and a great swim.

Now for the real athletes...the elder statesmen in the club (I'm allowed to say that because I'm one of them)...

Bruce Kean AKA The Pocket Rocket who has been obviously secretly training because he smashed the course in 1hr 16min with a PB swim and a very snappy run time. That's a great lead up for Noosa in a few weeks.

Tim O'Neill surprised himself with a fantastic effort finishing the sprint in 1hr 19min. No surprises for me though because for 3 times a week Tim comes to a lunchtime brick session and lets me belt him up a little and soaks it up like a sponge. Great work Tim, Noosa will be a breeze.

So well done to all athletes. The season is now underway and we're all looking forward to the upcoming races.

Very proud coaches over here!

David and Michelle
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2 weeks ago

An incredible start to the world championships. Check out the three SBR athletes in the video. Who is getting excited for Rotterdam????? ... See MoreSee Less

Welcome to the ITU World Triathlon Championships. We hope you enjoy your stay at paradise #WTSCozumel VisitMexico

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3 weeks ago

5 sleeps until we head over to Cozumel. Snappy 5km run in the bag as part of our acclimatisation for World Champs #thisistriathlon #cozumel #mexico ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

As athletes, we are prone to pushing ourselves too hard, ignoring problems and pretending to be awesome all the time. Most of us have, or know an athlete who has, struggled with depression at one time or another. With September being mental health month and your coaches are on the other side of the world, we are charging all our SBR athletes with asking each other, "R U OK?" and being honest with your answer. Remember, listen to each other without judgement and be there for someone else. It is a hugely rewarding gift. R U OK? ... See MoreSee Less

We’re so excited (and a tad sleep deprived)! It’s tomorrow: The 8th national day of action. We hope you’ve lots of fun planned – but amongst all the laughter, tasty treats and team activities,...

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