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Tri Alliance
Email
info@tri-alliance.com.au

Location

ELWOOD BEACH
Elwood Beach, Victoria, Australia
Category

Event Attendees

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Date

Sat, 22 Dec, 2018 - Sun, 30 Dec, 2018

Time

6:00 am - 11:00 am

Hell Week Challenge

Hell Week – as the name suggests, is a week comprising of swimming, riding and running every day. In a nutshell, you’ll be competing a mini triathlon every day for one week, which replaces normal timetable sessions in late December. Hell Week aims to provide athletes with a serious spike in their training, running from the Saturday before Xmas up until New Year’s Eve, with the exception of Christmas Day. The trick is to do a little bit each day.  Distances are set according to abilities but the key is to where you can but stay consistent  – you’ll be much stronger and ready for the bulk of the season post Christmas. More details will be released nearer the time but get it in your diary. Register Now and Good Luck! Session start times;

  • Ride starts every morning @ 6:00am
  • Run will commence after you finish the bike or,
  • Run can be done alternatively to swim session @ 6:00pm (uncoached)
  • Swim sessions will be held every evening @ 6:00pm except weekend where it will commence after the run.

For any question please use the the Hell Week Chat

Please refer to your program or the advice of one of our coaches. Sprint athletes have the option to do 2 of any 3 disciplines,

  • Bike; 40-60km,
  • Run; 3-5km,
  • Swim, 500-750m.

Please refer to your program or the advice of one of our coaches. First timer to intermediate Olympic athletes have the option to do 2 of any 3 disciplines,

  • Bike; 60-90km,
  • Run; 5-10km,
  • Swim, 750m-1.5km.

Advance Olympic athletes are encouraged to do 3 disciplines a day,

  • Bike; 70-90km,
  • Run; 7-10km,
  • Swim, 750m-1.5km.

First timer to intermediate Half Ironman athletes have the option to do 2 to 3 disciplines,

  • Bike; 70-90km,
  • Run; 7-10km,
  • Swim, 1-1.5km.

Advance Half Ironman athletes are encouraged to do 3 disciplines a day,

  • Bike; 90-110km,
  • Run; 10-12km,
  • Swim, 1.5-2km.

First timer to intermediate Ironman athletes have the option to do 2 to 3 disciplines,

  • Bike; 80-110km,
  • Run; 8-12km,
  • Swim, 1.5-2km.

Advance Ironman athletes are encouraged to do 3 disciplines a day,

  • Bike; 100-110km,
  • Run; 10-15km,
  • Swim, 2-3km.

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  1. Pam Tunas 7 months ago

    Looking forward 😊

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