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GO TRI Local

A unique opportunity to get your hands on funding to deliver regular GO TRI Events in the heart of communities.

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Dates for your Diaries April and May

Take a look at the regions up coming events in April and May

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GO TRI Learn to Swim Freestyle Women Only Rushcliffe

GO TRI and Her Spirit have added a new venue to their programme. The next course will take place at Rushcliffe Arena in West Bridgford starting 16th April.

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Event Organisers Course - East Midlands 21 & 22 March - Club Discount Available

To support the development and continuation of high quality events, Triathlon England have developed a bespoke event organisers course with the aim of providing current and new event organisers with the skills and knowledge required to deliver safe, memorable and successful events.

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GO TRI Programme Supporting Individuals with Parkinson's in Nottingham

The eight-week-programme of swim, bike, run activities is being run for a local group of people with Parkinson’s in Nottingham to help them be active.

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Safeguarding, First Aid and Time to Listen Courses 2020

The East Midlands Active Partners are running a number of Club and Coach Courses during 2020. These will be particularly useful for maintaining Tri Mark Bronze status as well as providing safe club environments for adults and juniors.

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This Girl Can - Community Funding

We’re looking to support a wide range of ideas – from those that just need a few hundred pounds, to larger projects nearer £10,000. 

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IRC Selection

Represent your region at the Big Weekend

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Club Matters - Refreshed Coaches Webpage

With help from UK Coaching, Club Matters have recently updated their websites coaches section.

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Level 1 Coaching Course Ashfield School - East Midlands

People become coaches for a variety of reasons, perhaps a parent wanting to help out with their child’s club, or an experienced Age-Group athlete wanting to give something back to the sport they enjoy. Whatever the reason, it can be a rich and rewarding role helping others develop and achieve their personal triathlon challenges. The role of the coach is vital to the success of all participants at every level.

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