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Darwin Triathlon Club is a popular sporting club made up of people from all walks of life and different age groups. We welcome anyone who wants to participate in the sport of triathlon and provide opportunities to train, as well as compete in up to 20 events a year.

      • Distance:
        750m Swim / 26km Ride / 5km Run (long)
        300m Swim / 13km Ride / 2.5km Run (short)
      • Organiser:
        DTC
      • Location:
        Lake Alexander
      • Time:
        7:00 AM
      • Junior event time
        7:30am
        Junior courses for 5-7 years, 7-9 years, 9-11 yrs, 11-13 (14 years old can compete in short course adult race)

       

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      • Race Director:  Clare Labowitch
      • Registration x 3:  Kirsty Boath, Belinda Orme & Patricia Garraway
      • Fruit | Ice:  Sinead Olivetta

      2023 Australian Age Group Triathlon and Multisport Team Selection Events:

      REMINDER: In order to be awarded selection points at Australian Age Group Multisport and Triathlon Team selection events, Age Group athletes must be a Relevant Triathlon Australia member by midnight of the Thursday preceding the nominated selection race. If you do not enter a correct Relevant Triathlon Australia membership number into your individual selection race entry you will not receive selection points for this event even if you are a Relevant Triathlon Australia member.

       # Relevant Triathlon Australia Membership means a current annual Triathlon Australia membership in the full Premium and Standard categories but excludes Social and Basic membership categories.

      Age Group athletes will not be awarded selection points if they enter in an Open/Elite Category of a selection race and if they race on a one day licence membership.

      2023 Australian Age Group Multisport and Triathlon Team Selection Information can be located here https://bit.ly/3IbZ4SF

Our Club

Our Club

DTC has approximately 300 members almost evenly split between male and female; they range in age from young kids to young at heart and from beginners to Ironman competitors. While primarily centred on Darwin, our events are conducted year-round at various locations, including Lake Bennett. The club not only conducts triathlons but also duathlons (ride/run), aquathons (swim/run), mountain bike (off-road) triathlons and specialty events such as our Christmas and Australia Day races. Volunteers manage the club and new members can find support and advice from experienced athletes and a number of club coaches.

Come & Try

Come & Try

Each season DTC runs a number of Come & Try events to give beginners and non-members a chance to experience triathlon. These are short events coupled with a club race so you get to mix with and observe experienced triathletes in action. Come & Try events are often traffic managed, while members of Mindil Surf Lifesaving Club provide all our races with water safety. It is not unusual for these events to attract up to 100 people, making for great fun. Many of our members enter the sport from a simple Come & Try event.

JOIN UP

JOIN UP

Apart from the Come & Try events, you must be a current member to participate in club races. When you join Darwin Triathlon Club your fees cover membership of Triathlon NT and Triathlon Australia, which covers you with insurance whilst competing and training. Once you have joined you are issued with a timing chip that records your overall time and splits for each leg of every race you participate in.

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Juniors

Juniors

Junior event information: Please e-mail darwintriclub@gmail.com regarding junior programs.

Juniors who are competent to ride on open roads are welcome to participate at all club event provided they meet the relevant race age criteria.

OUR PHOTOS

OUR PHOTOS

While everyone tries hard at our events we don’t lose sight of why we participate in triathlon: for the enjoyment of staying fit and healthy and to have fun! We have a number of volunteers who enjoy photography and the club often retains a professional photographer to shoot important events. Some of those images can be seen here.

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