Triathlon Scotland - Skills School (Carluke Jan 20)
12 Jan 2020
MPH Skills School - Carluke Leisure Centre
12th January 2020
Skills School Day Information
Description: This session will be in three parts, each working on technical aspects of the swim, bike and transition practice. The bike will be around handling skills, focusing on slow speed cornering and challenges, and so will be appropriate for either a road bike or mountain bike. The transition session will follow inside after a break, challenging the athletes in different ways to execute the processes. Finally, the swim will utilise the whole pool to do some open water specific skills.
Full Terms and Conditions For Triathlon Scotland Skills Schools can be found here: https://www.triathlonscotland.org/performance/skills-school/skills-school-booking-tcs/
MPH is a family run business with founders Bert & Moira still playing a key part in the company alongside family members and long serving, loyal employees.
From its humble beginning's in 1976, MPH has expanded to form a diverse business spanning Plant Hire, Heavy Haulage and Storage Warehousing.
About Knockburn Sports Loch
Knockburn Loch is set in the heart of Royal Deeside and offers the complete conferencing experience with a first class venue for team building and sporting events with purpose built recreational sporting facilities.
Knockburn Loch welcomes individuals to visit the site, enjoy the tranquil setting and visit the coffee shop at weekends which provides high quality home baking and fresh coffee.
To make best use of the facilities for sporting activities Knockburn Loch runs a membership scheme and for large groups tailor made packages are on offer to suit individual needs.
Skills School General Information
What is Skills School?
Triathlon Scotland Skills School is based on the Triathlon England and British Triathlon model designed to enhance the young triathlete development (YTD) process by helping athletes and coaches explore fun and creative ways to be their best. The main focus is therefore on creating a constructive learning atmosphere focused on developing skills in safe, engaging and fun environments. This will improve the athlete and coach experience increasing their retention in triathlon.
The aim and ethos of our new area skills schools are to provide access for young triathletes to come together and receive additional coaching in a fun, creative and inspiring learning environment.
Who’s it for?
Skills schools are open to all 11-16 olds throughout Scotland giving all athletes the opportunity to access the Triathlon Scotland pathway, it will be completely inclusive and open to all who meet the basic competencies of being able swim, bike and run continuously for five minutes. Age at 31st December on the year of the session.
|10 Jan 2020||£10.00||£15.00|
*Discounted for members of Triathlon Scotland
For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge
Dates and Status
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