Welcome to this weeks newsletter - it's the lake social this week so read on for details!
It's also not too late to enter the Eton DorneyTriathlon (open water sprint distance) next weekend, if you were wondering what else to do this season, here's the perfect race!
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Monday - 19.00 - Swim/Run Training - Berinsfield Lake, Berinsfield
Whilst this is not a coached session, it will help develop your swimming and running endurance, technique and confidence. There is no standard route but the idea is to swim in groups, practice a bit of transition skills and then run the off road route around the lake. Do as little or as much as you would like and no-one gets left behind.
The most effective way of improving your running speed and technique.
The session will be suitable for all abilities so if you have not been to the track before, come along and quash those apprehensions, you will work hard, you will improve your running and you will have fun.
Dress appropriately for the weather, with the track sessions layers are best as you will warm up.
Also bring along a drink and a method of timing yourself if you have it.
Thursday - 19:00-20:00 / 20:00-21:00hrs - Pool Swim - Abingdon White Horse Leisure centre, OX14 3PJ We're back at the White Horse Leisure Centre - although they have refurbished the pool, please don't be disappointed that it looks exactly the same.....they have been working on the filtration and not the pool itself!
£3 payable to coaching staff on poolside (do not pay at reception)
Please come along to either the session at 7pm or 8pm, whichever suits you better for a structured swim session that will improve your fitness and technique.
If you have them bring along your fins, hand paddles etc.and a drink.
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