Isabelle Thompson, Joshua Kubrycht-Ellis, Lili Jenkins, Maddy Smith, Tomas King, Alexandra Fisker-Van Veen, Kai Chatterjee, Daniella Robson, Alex Cahill, Elizabeth Grace, Eva Sudbury, Matthew Brogan, Eliza Palmer, Nicholas Shoppee, Harry Horsman, Alex Elms, Abigail Morris, Tammy Falshaw, Sumer Eaglestone, Dominic King, Ben Hull, Freddie Argent, Wil Hutchings, Jack Ryan, Alex Yee, Morris Pusey, Alice Hoolahan, Hayley Williams, Susannah Snowdon
Imogen Sutton, Oliver Cahill, Thomas Beadle, Lottie Hull, Carla Da Silva, Lola Rafferty, Thomas Giles, Joseph Yee, Lexie Webb, Luc Hoolahan, Samuel Beadle, Charlotte Morris, Mali Jenkins, Michael Eagling, Elle Horsman, Jessica Robson, Isaac Brown, Niklas Pusey, Samuel Cotton, Max Sudbury, Natalie Falshaw, Michael Humphreys, Louis Lord, Adam Efrat, Ben Allan, Liam Duke, Tom Gosling, Madeleine McGuigan, Thomas Cahill, Daniel Pinn
Previous TT results can be found on the Time Trials page.
11 november 2013 2k run
- 22 secs
- 28 secs
- 5 secs
- 7 secs
15 november 2013 200m swim
15 november 2013 400m swim
Change of venue - Saturday 23 November
Audrey has advised, that due to a school cross country event at Crystal Palace this Saturday, the junior bike/run session will move to Dulwich Park.
Session time 09:30-11:00
Meeting place Dulwich Park car park
Please make sure you have everything you will need for a bike and run session and that you are suitably dressed for the weathe (see Ron's outdoor winter training advice below).
If any parents/coaches are around to assist that would be great.
Outdoor winter training advice
Ron has put the following recommendations together to help our junior members make the most of outdoor winter training sessions. Please remember to come dressed in long trousers and long sleeves. If it is a turbo or bike session don't wear baggy joggers - leggings are a better choice. Also come having had a proper meal beforehand as it will help your body create warmth and give you the energy to train.
When it is cold wearing a hat and gloves is essential as most of your body temperature is lost via your extremities. A neck buff is also a good piece of kit as it can be flexibly worn.
During the session you will soon warm up, so to avoid overheating, wear several light layers (at least three) so you are able to regulate your temperature.
1. Your BASE layer should be close fitting and made of synthetic material to wick the moisture off your skin to stop you getting chilly.
2. The MIDDLE layer/s insulates you by creating additional air space and is/are the layer/s that you take off when you get hot.
3. Your OUTER layer should be wind and water proof and ideally breathable. This layer should be kept on whilst you are training or put back on if you have taken off a middle layer.
Even though it is cold, you will loose quite a lot of moisture during your training session. Our coaches recommend that you drink at least 500ml of liquid per hour (ie one small water bottle) and that you should also drink before you feel thirsty! You shouldn't need to eat snacks during our normal training sessions but it's a good idea to bring along a snack to eat immediately afterwards.
Having the right kit and wearing it will help you enjoy and get the best out of your training. It's no fun if you are cold, wet, thirsty or hungry.
Juniors in action - 16 November
Audrey putting the juniors through their paces at the Saturday morning session at Crystal Palace.
London Region Junior Tri Series 2013
1st Male TriStart - Christo Chilton
1st Female TriStar 1 - Alexandra Fisker-Van-Veen
2nd Female TriStar 1 - Lottie Hull
1st Male TriStar 3 - Michael Eagling
2nd Female TriStar 3 - Elle Horsman
2nd Male TriStar 3 - Reef Boericke
1st Male Youth - Alex Yee
In addition Jon Horsman was awarded Performance Development Coach of the year.