L O A D I N G

Formed by a small group of  like-minded triathletes in 1992,  Tri-Anglia Triathlon club has grown to become one of the largest and most familiar athletic clubs on the East Anglian, National and International racing circuits.

Our goal is to develop and promote the sports of triathlon in and around Norfolk and Suffolk region through the provision of races, events, coaching and training, in the three sports of triathlon: swimming, cycling and running.

Whether you are brand new to the sport of triathlon or a seasoned pro, you would be made to feel welcomed by our coaching team and other members in red, gold and black.

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Latest News

SLT Arena Games Team Championship Rotterdam – Team Tri-Anglia
Paul Saunders
March 18th, 2021

SLT Arena Games Team Championship Rotterdam – Team Tri-Anglia

by Paul Saunders
Further to the SLT Arena Games championship London, in which our men’s team romped home as winners and our ladies came a very credible 7th, we have again entered a men’s and ladies team for the upcoming SLT Arena Games Team Championship…
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Published on: 18 March 2021  |  3 comments
New Tri-Anglia Website Launched
Duncan Samwell
February 12th, 2021

New Tri-Anglia Website Launched

by Duncan Samwell
Today sees the launch of the brand new Tri-Anglia Triathlon Club website. This is the third iteration of the club website which has been optimised to work well on all devices. This is still a work in progress with many new features added over the…
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Published on: 12 February 2021  |  no comments yet

Latest Race Reports

Frog Graham Round Report
Edward Cator
September 10th, 2020

Frog Graham Round Report

— Frog Graham Round

Edward Cator | Lake District, UK
The Frog Graham Round is a 42-mile run/swim event including approx. 3 miles of swimming across 4 different lakes: it basically involves running over some fells, swimming across a lake, then running over some more fells and repeating. The Round has…
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Published on: 15 September 2021  |  no comments yet
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