WHO WE ARE! BRISBANE TRI-CLUB


Brisbane Triathlon Club is a not-for-profit Triathlon Queensland-affiliated club, offering something for everyone – from ‘rapidly improving athletes’ wanting to take on their first ‘enticer’ to ‘hard core’ Kings and Queens of Kona

SWIMMING

CYCLING

RUNNING

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Potentially the Hippest Multisport Club Around!
Regular Organised Social Events - Dinner, Coffee, Trivia, Movies, etc.
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ALL ABOUT USBenefits To Our Members


  • Our Membership

    Discounted membership to Triathlon Australia.

  • Cool Stuff

    Discounts on a bunch of cool stuff – apparel, wheels, physio, nutrition, etc

  • Free training

    Free training sessions with friendly coaches who know their stuff.


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WE WELCOME YOU TOJoin us for the 2018-19 Season


  • Additional Sessions

    We can connect you to extremely experienced ‘recommended session providers’ for the additional swimming, cycling and running edges

  • Interesting Events

    We’ll have members racing most major events with club support and offer regular training camps and social events.

  • Club Tents & Support

    Club tent at most races in South-East Queensland. Bring your family and have them cheer from our tent.



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MEET SOME OF OUR TEAMTRAINING FACILITATORS



Matthew Boevink

Matthew Boevink

Our very own Training Coordinator, Matthew is the master of words, running technique and head producer of the very informative BTC TV.

Brad Dalrymple

Brad Dalrymple

Brad is a qualified triathlon development coach and a founding member of BTC. From sprint to Ultraman distances, Brad competes at the top of his age group. #plantpower.

Damian Borg

Damian Borg

How do you get people out of bed for a ride on Friday mornings? You have to make a meme on Thursday night.

Lisa Gatt

Lisa Gatt

One of BTC’s founding members, it doesn’t matter how cold it is – Lisa “Guns” Gatt says it’s never cold enough for sleeves.

Alan McInnes

Alan McInnes

If you’re running on a track with Alan, count your own laps. Legend has it that Alan cannot count and you’ll always run a few more.

Rod Staines

Rod Staines

Will riding a couple thousand kilometres per week prepare you for the bike leg of an Olympic Distance triathlon? Probably not, but Rod’s been known to ride to the middle of nowhere and back again.