About

BCB Multisport is a new club catering for Melbourne and Inner Northern suburb Multisport enthusiasts.   We are now open for new members to join our team.  Whether you are a novice, experienced triathlete, runner, swimmer or cyclist, we would love to hear from you! Contact us  via the form below to find out more.

 

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Training

Our training schedule is still evolving with additional session options being added soon. Below are our current regular sessions which are available to all BCB Members.

If you are looking for someone to train with in the meantime, please feel free to contact us and we can arrange a time to train together – it’s a great way to meet new friends and find out more about how the Multisport Club can work for you.

And by the way – if you are a coach looking for an opportunity to help grow a club, we would love to hear from you too!

Swim

Time

Monday 6.00 AM & 6.00 PM
Wednesday 6.00 AM & 6.00 PM
Friday 6.00 AM

Note: Swim sessions run by Brunswick Baths no Tri Association insurance coverage.

Location

Brunswick Baths Outdoor swimming pool

Run

Time

Tuesday 6.00 AM
Thursday 6.00 AM

Note: Session run by Brunswick Baths no Tri Association insurance coverage.

Location

Meet at Brunswick Baths then off around Princes Park

Brick (Bike/Run)

Time

Wednesday 6.00 AM

Location

Princess Park-near Corner of Princes Park Drive, Garton St and MacPherson St

More Information

Time

More information on all training sessions and member nights coming soon.

Location

Membership

Benefits

– Personal accident insurance when training or racing in an event (provided by Tri Association)
– Discounted rates at the Brunswick Baths – where most group training sessions are held
– Discounted entry into some races – 10% for Gatorade/FunTri Series this year
– Discounts with sponsors (TBA)
– Membership Bag with BCB Multisport Club t-shirt and other sponsors’ merchandise and discount vouchers
– Monthly prizes including discount vouchers from our favourite sponsors
– Access to club marquee on race day at many of the triathlons – particularly Gatoroade/FunTri Series
– Access to experienced athletes to help with preparation and racing
– A referral service to senior coaches to help with training plans and race preparation

Fees

– BCB Multisport Club annual membership $55*
– Triathlon Victoria annual membership for club members $125** (normally $209)

*Registration and payment of the club fee is via Triathlon Victoria Registration and website
**We require our members to have an active membership with Triathlon Victoria.

How to register

– Head to the Triathlon Victoria website

– Register for annual membership

– Choose BCB Multisport as your Club

Go to Triathlon Victoria & register now

Results

Active Tri Race 3 Elwood Results

Date: 15.01.2017   Distance: Mini, Sprint Enduro

In stark contrast to the warm conditions at Gatorade Race 2 just a week earlier, it was back a to a typical chilly Melbourne morning for Race 3 of the Sole Motive Active Triathlon Series.

This was my first time participating in an event outside of the Gatorade series and with needing to find my way around, sign up and check my bike into transition within 20 minutes, stress levels were a little higher than normal. With registration forms filled out, race kit collected and bike checked in and set up, I was nearly ready to go. Without the usual comforts of the BCB Marquee and crew, I waited in line for race numbing and then found a nice patch of grass to do my last minute stretches and preparation.

Race start for the first event of the day, the mini distance, was slightly delayed after Elwood lifesavers had a bit of a sleep in and hadn’t quite set up the course. The race announcer was trying to do her best to keep nerves in check during the delay however mentioning the recent shark sightings in the bay probably wasn’t the best tactic…

Swim was a bit rough with quite choppy conditions (for Elwood at least) combined with next to no water visibility. After coping a few waves and swallowing a decent amount of water (hopefully the earlier gastro concerns were well and truly gone!) the first part was done and onto the bike. Bike was good with the standard race conditions of brilliant tailwind following by turning that corner into a wall of headwind. The short distance meant it was over pretty quick regardless and onto a pretty straight forward run leg with the race being done and dusted before 8am. Just in time to watch our other BCB athletes compete in the next event of the day… The Enduro Sprint.

Now over to another of our BCB Athletes, Andrew, for his experience of this unique format:

There was quite a large start of the AG 50 plus everybody else wave! Distance: Sprint Enduro -250m Swim, 10km bike, 2.5km run x 2. I started somewhere mid pack, sans wetsuit. I thought what I would gain in buoyancy, I would lose in transition. From the start line a 250m swim looks so short. Water was warm but very weedy I felt ok after the swim ready for the bike, conditions were good, cool, cloudy and a little wind, but nothing to worry about. Run was good held a steady pace, not too hard as I knew I had to do all of this again! Second swim was way more comfortable as no crowd meant less stress and I could relax into it. Back for the second bike and run leg and as I headed down the chute I saw Ashleigh ready to take a photo. I put on my best struggle face :)

All in all another great day out for our BCB athletes including another fantastic podium finish for Colin Davis!

Written By Ashleigh Whiteside and Andrew Pappas
Photos by BCB Team members and Official Race Photographer REL Photography (http://nickfletcher.zenfolio.com/p387873255)

 TimeCat.Pos.Swim 1T1-1Bike 1T2-1Run 1T3-1Swim 2T1-2Bike 2T2-2Run 2
Colin Davis1:08:16Enduro Sprint Male 50-5433:341:1016:451:0810:071:584:091:0616:521:0610:09
Anthony Cuzzupe1:09:28Enduro Sprint Male 40-4463:541:2716:471:1710:152:024:061:1017:131:139:58
Andrew Pappas1:19:40Enduro Sprint Male 50-54165:251:4318:261:4311:042:365:451:3618:491:3510:53
Ashleigh Whiteside1:01:45Mini Female 18-292311:053:2724:282:0820:34

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