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Triathlon camps arrive on the South Coast
This autumn will see triathlon camps reaching the Isle of Wight for the first time through a new partnership between T3 and Cowes based charity UKSA.
UKSA will provide safety RIBS for the open water swimming and all paddleboarding and safety equipment needed throughout the weekend. The camp will make full use of the accommodation, canteen, bar and classrooms all located on UKSA’s 3.5 acre campus.
T3’s triathlon camps are ideal for athletes of all abilities; whether you have just completed your first triathlon and have got the bug or are a seasoned triathlete looking to develop your skills further.
Jack Grundy, T3’s co-founder and professional triathlete said: “As well as offering incredible scenery, the Isle of Wight is an uptapped location for triathlon training. With UKSA’s facilities all located in one place, we can focus on the actual training with no logistical worries.”
For UKSA the partnership is another way to utilise their facilities for the benefit of others and most importantly continue to help a variety of people unlock their potential whether it’s in their chosen sports, profession or hobby.
UKSA’s Chief Operating Officer Ben Willows said: “Partnerships such as this help us to strengthen our links on both a local and national level and work with like-minded organisations where mutual support benefits more individuals.”
Visit http://www.t3fitness.co.uk for more information or to book onto T3’s triathlon camp in October.
For further information contact Jessica Padley: jessica.padley@
UKSA has worked to provide life changing outcomes for young people for 25 years. In that time, the charity has helped more than 100,000 individuals challenge personal boundaries, develop personal and employment skills and embark on fulfilling maritime careers.
UKSA was founded by the retail entrepreneur Noel Lister. The charity celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2012.
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As a youth maritime charity, UKSA uses maritime education and on-the-water activities to inspire individuals and transform lives. Personal development, improved self esteem, broadened horizons and fulfilling maritime careers are just some of the outcomes.