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Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club Membership has now closed and you will not be able to join
This club is in a testing state, and is not open for public sign-ups until the organiser has launched it.

Organiser's Description

Welcome to returning and new members alike!

Joining Ayrshire's oldest and most successful multi-sport club for 2023 couldn't be easier. Click the button above to go to the membership application form.

About Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club:

The charitable objects for which the club is established are to promote and encourage the sport of Triathlon and related sports such as Duathlon, Aquathon, Running, Swimming and Cycling to children and adults within the local community by providing or assisting in the provision of equipment, materials and facilities for sport.

Membership will be open to any person interested in pursuing the sport of Triathlon or any of its related disciplines. It is the policy of Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club to ensure that all participants, volunteers, coaches or parents receive equal treatment regardless of age, gender, marital status, employment status, social class, colour, race, ethnic or national origin, religious belief or disability.

Members have recently taken part in multi-sport events all over the world at all distances and have succeeded in representing the UK at age group level. Our members have also succeeded in winning national titles at various age categories and distances.

The club raises funds by hosting several events throughout the year. There are also various internal club competitions held during the year resulting in a prizegiving social event at the end of the season.

Swim Session Guidlines:

There are 2 swimming sessions at Troon pool every Monday evening from 19.30pm - 20.30pm and 20.30pm - 21.30pm. Due to the extremely high attendance figures for each session the club committee have set specific standards of swimming necessary for anyone wishing to join these particular sessions. We do not have facilities to ‘teach’ individuals how to swim. Therefore in order to ensure safety and a consistency in our coaching development all swimmers must be able to continuously swim 200 metres front crawl without swim aids.

2023Membership Fees:

Full member, £30

Junior (under 20 years)

Fiona Connolly 

Membership Secretary


We also recommend that you become a member of TriathlonScotland, our national governing body.  Not only are you then supporting the development of the sport, but as part of your membership you are also covered by TriathlonScotland's comprehensive insurance policy whilst training and competing in sanctioned events.  By holding a race licence, you are eligible for reduced price race entries, you will receive extensive discounts on various retailers including Garmin , Lake shoes, MaxiNutrition to name only a few and you can score valuable points for the National (Club) Rankings race series.  Further details can be found here:

The club run several events during the year to raise vital club funds to enable our members to use training facilities at discounted prices and promote multi-sport within the area.  These events are all run by club volunteers and the club require members to help out where possible.  Members who choose to participate may only do so if they can provide a replacement marshal. 



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To sign-up for this club on EntryCentral, the Service Fee is 4% (min 50p) for each sign-up

Dates and Status

Expiry Date: 31/12/2023

Status: Closed


Ayro Admin