Rockhampton Women’s Only Triathlon

What a turn out to the inaugural Women’s Only Triathlon! 120 participants splashed, spun and strolled around the course – enjoying a fun and safe event as a Come and Tri event.

Click here for results for the Women’s Only Triathlon.

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I thoroughly enjoyed the event – I felt so much more comfortable in the pool that the open ocean! I think I might be ready to come and give an open water Tri a go now after today’s event.

Enticer Participant

58 participants in the Enticer Triathlon, 33 participants in the Sprint Triathlon, 2 participants in the Sprint Duathlon, 6 Teams in the Teams Enticer Triathlon and 5 Teams in the Teams Sprint Triathlon.

A massive thank you to all the event sponsors and supporters as well as all the volunteers on the day!

Rockhampton Juniors Triathlon

What an amazing turn out of Junior Frogs to the Rockhampton Juniors Triathlon.

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101 Juniors turned up at the South Rockhampton Pool to participate in the Triathlon. Swimming in the Pool, then riding around Sir Raymond Huish Drive and the Showgrounds and then a run along the river.

Juniors received a Fitzroy Frogs Water Bottle and Finishers Certificate.

Tannum Sands March 2019

Gorgeous venue, stunning conditions, fantastic course and wonderful people sums up the event at Tannum Sands.

Check out the results here!

It is always a treat to see people crossing the line with that glint of achievement in their eyes; and some of you with enough left in the tank for a huge smile.

Especially satisfying at this event was the number of first-timers. And a great turn out of a club regulars. 69 individuals and 5 teams participating on the day. Tannum is a gem of a venue, but the participants make the event.

Australia Day Ocean Swim 2019

What a stunning morning at Emu Park and what a way to kick of a day of celebrating being Australian!

14 swimmers jumped in the water for the 3km, 30 swimmers in the 2km, and 35 swimmers in the 1km. A great turn out with people, not just locals, but some traveling from Gladstone, Mackay and Biloela.

A special thank you to Emu Park Surf Life Saving Club for the water safety and everyone who paddled on the day.