Laura has achieved so much this season in triathlon and has the STP questioning her as to just how she's managed this? Read on to find out what her motivation has been, what training she's done, etc...
Posted on 30 Apr 2017 by Anna
It was a lovely Sunday morning in March for a 2hr swim clinic - the sun was shining as too were the coaches. The stroke correction clinic was held at Huntingtower School, Glen Waverley. We were extremely lucky to have total access to a 25m pool and 8 lanes. Although, rumour has it we only paid for two. The coaches were super fish Talia Goddard and the President himself Angelo Bonacci. Ang even fed chocolate to hungry participants. Now there is an incentive to book in to the next clinic!
Posted on 28 Mar 2017 by Anna
Nick writes, "One day I will get this sport right, it just takes persistence and a heap of patience..."
Nick is an experienced IM triathlete and endurance athlete who is so motivated. I believe he will "get it right" as he is so disciplined, positive, and just keeps persevering.... despite how hard some IM race conditions can be.
Posted on 28 Mar 2017 by Anna
Stu's not going to talk about his performance - that's in the results. Instead, he is going to talk about what the race is like. With two IRONMAN 70.3s, two Challenge races, three Sufferfest half-IRONMAN races, and the Bendigo Triathlon Festival, the long course triathlete in Victoria is spoilt for choice. It's not realistic for competitors to attend every race in the state, so hopefully, knowing a bit about what Warrnambool has in store will help you in deciding whether or not to put it on your personal race calendar in the future.

Posted on 28 Mar 2017 by Anna
For those who came to the end of season Gatorade triathlon on the 26th March, you would have seen the much improved Scrappy. It's hard to believe how much he has physically endured and how resilient he is. It's great to have you back Scrappy! Do you remember writing this article 4 weeks ago?
Posted on 28 Mar 2017 by Anna
The aim of all triathletes, striving for optimum potential, should be to build a strong run. Read on for Mack's advice about run training.
Posted on 27 Mar 2017 by Anna
It was a hot, dry night on March 1st at the Bill Sewart track... and a handful of Nuna triathletes arrived to be scientific guinea pigs. Sounds like another Essendon saga... read on to find out what went on that Wednesday night training session....
Posted on 27 Mar 2017 by Anna
It was only a few months ago that the World Cross Tri Champs were in Lake Crackenback. Just two weeks ago though, the Australian Champs were held and there's now a nice rivalry going on between great mates Andrew Noordhoff and Chris Moore. Hoff usually has the edge on Chris, however this time the tables turned. Read on to discover how their races panned out.
Posted on 27 Feb 2017 by Anna
Should I get a coach? is a question many members ask themselves. There are more and more triathletes getting coached nowadays. Mack has had a couple of coaches over 15 years in the sport, and is constantly reading anything new that is triathlon related. Currently without a coach, here are his tips if your mind is in limbo...
Posted on 27 Feb 2017 by Anna
This is Captain IRONMAN's contrasts of SUFFERFESTING! So he decided to venture back into the murky waters of Lysty, drag the trusty stead back on to the roads and continue to crash and burn on the trails and that lead him to have a crack at a couple more 1/2 IRONMANs. With the ever increasing costs of entering races, he decided to support the smaller (and cheaper) Sufferfest Series. You enter early and it was $199.00 a race for the 1/2 IRONMAN! Read on for further detail of the races.
Posted on 26 Feb 2017 by Anna
Read the extended story about one of the club's sponsors PhysioHealth. PhysioHealth is a well-established business where the principal physiotherapists, Justin McEvoy and David Morarty have been in practice together since 1992. Both have worked in physiotherapy for over 15 years and have gained vast experience and knowledge in this area of health care. PhysioHealth now encompasses clinics in Essendon, Footscray, Williamstown, Mount Waverley, Kew and Nunawading. Just look for the PhysioHealth tents at all Triathlon Victoria events and say hello!
Posted on 26 Feb 2017 by Anna
It seems to get bigger and bigger each year on Australia Day down at Mt Martha! Such a beautiful outlook, usually calm water and great weather, is the setting for the most popular swim event on the Nuna calendar. We are always well greeted by our very own club favourite Rosi, who's all over the event logistics, tent setup, and most importantly, the social event post race.
Posted on 26 Feb 2017 by Anna
Well here it is! There was some thought about basking in glory and not sharing the recipe... But the secret ingredient is LOTS of black bananas.
Posted on 29 Jan 2017 by Anna
We welcome our new bike sponsor Topgear Cycles. They are not new to the club though as owners Celine and Peter Hepworth have a long history of friendships with many club members. Both keen triathletes, they are sure to meet everyone's needs. Read further to discover more detail.
Posted on 29 Jan 2017 by Anna
On January 15th the 7th official Two Bays Trail Run took place. The distances on offer were the 28kms and the 56kms, and as always there were plenty of Nuna participants and supporters there for this great event. Goose gives a detailed and very well written account of the popular event.
Posted on 29 Jan 2017 by Anna
PARENTAL WARNING: Do not attempt the amount of IRONMAN and other racing that Marky Mark has done in the past year or so, unless you are absolutely having a mid-life crisis, do not work full time, some other stupid reason or all of the above. Seriously, this can be a dangerous sport, and the IRONMAN distance requires a healthy body, sharp mind, lots of support from those around you and finally, a deep respect for the race.

Now for The Summer of Mark... The sequel!
Posted on 08 Jan 2017 by Anna
Well at the time it seemed like a good idea for Harrison to throw himself in the deep end with this triathlon business. He had a good few months of training under his belt, so how hard could it be? Well we haven't had a member do a half ironman as their second triathlon ever for a number of years. He did remarkably well and we all know how promising he is with his dedication to training and a podium in his first sprint distance triathlon two weeks prior to this event. This is a good read.
Posted on 08 Jan 2017 by Anna
Frogman Challenge... Where to start. Chris Moore tends to be drawn towards events that are slightly different from the norm. He enjoys anything that will be a challenge, but an event that is comprised of run-swim-run-swim-run-swim-run-swim-run-swim-run-swim-run (and that’s just the sprint format) certainly caught his attention. NO RIDING, what a great event format! This race is also completed in teams of two where you need to complete each leg with your partner. Read on to hear how the day played out.
Posted on 08 Jan 2017 by Anna
Once upon a time, 6 Aussies and a Pom decided it would be fun to race the cross triathlon world championships. The distances are practically the same as an Olympic distance tri, shouldn’t take much longer than that right? The Pom even thought the trail run should be easy given he’d run a 100km solo event a few months back? A few of the Aussies thought they’d been smashing the TT bikes and that’d transfer easily into the mountain bike right? They were all wrong, the cross tri sucked the life out of them!! So how did it all unfold? Read on!!
Posted on 29 Nov 2016 by Anna
The question this week from a member is "how do I get faster without doing any more swimming, biking or running?" A trick question? No, most certainly not. There are a number of 1 percenters in triathlon that can add up to a chunk of time savings. Read the full article to hear how he elaborates on this problem.
Posted on 28 Nov 2016 by Anna

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