33rd Annual Sprint Championships (and SUPER Training Weekend) - 19 March 2017

Trophy Winners:

1st Place Male: Sean Loader

1st Place Female: Nat Stepan

Get Physical Triathlon Challenge - 5 March 2017

Valentines Triathlon - 12 February 2017

Elders' Women's Triathlon - 29 January 2017

Members Twilight Aquathon - 20 January 2017

Twilight Aquathon - 13 January 2017

Verve Time Tease - 4 December 2016
Bike leg eliminated due to heavy rain. Results reflect Swim + Run

Sprint/Olympic Triathlon - 20 November 2016

Offroad Duathlon at Telegraph Station 2016
Masters Games Triathlon Results 2016
Masters Games Duathlon Results 2016

Come and Tri - 25 Sept 2016

Tavis Memorial Triathlon - 24 April 2016

32nd Annual Sprint Championships - 20 March 2016

Get Physical Challenge Triathlon - 28 February 2016 


Valentines Triathlon - 14 February 2016 

Elder's Women's' Triathlon - 31 January 2016 

Women's Nano Race Results 

Juniors Race Results 

VerveGroup ELIMINATOR RESULTS - 6 December 2015


Sprint/Enticer Results - 1 November 2015

Nano/Enticer TRIATHLON RESULTS - 18 October 2015



Our 2014/2015 end of season awards was a great success held at East Side Club on Sunday May 31, 2015. The awards went to:

Fiona Coyle - Lois Sharp Award: most outstanding female athlete in the club (both in performances in races and contributions to the club)

Sean Loader - Dean Nankivell Award: most outstanding male athlete in the club (both in performances in races and contributions to the club) 

Karen McPherson - Best Overall Masters Athlete (50yrs and older) 

James Steer - Best Overall Junior Athlete: Both in performances in races and contributions to the club 

Anna Yeo - Most Improved Athlete 

Duncan Rogers - Best New Athlete: Athlete new to the club who has continuously shown they are made of the 'right stuff' 

Kate Anderson - Club Member of the Year: The club member who goes out of their way to make ASTC a better place for other members. 

Kathryn Loader - Train Smart: An athlete who has shown maturity, dedication and patience in recovery from an injury or training hardship and/or continously gives sound advice to their fellow members either directly or by example. 

Chelsea Rogers & Pete Treis (Honorary) - People's Choice/Best ASTC Supporter: exactly how it sounds. 

Duncan Rogers - Bent Fork: best stack in training/racing 

June 5, 2015

The 2015 Athlete Climate Survey was the first of its kind for our club. We coordinated this survey while also holding our end of season awards survey. We received some great feedback from an evenly split make up of both members and non-members.

The results reveal that many of you are here for fitness and friendship. It's certainly evident by those present in our club. Racing comes in at third and is something that people don't necessarily want an award for but would appreciate recognition.

While the individual responses identified gaps between newbies and experienced athletes, this sport is one where our athletes have many individual reasons for choosing this sport and goals such as just looking to finish the nano or to qualifying for the Ironman World Championship (and everything in between).

Regardless of your goal (and they are all good and valid), it seems that most athletes are enjoying pushing themselves out of their comfort zone. With the record set at this past years 31st Annual Alice Springs Sprint Triathlon in a time of 1:06:43, our members and non-members are ready and willing to push themselves beyond that one hour mark. This will certainly be a topic of discussion for both the current and future committees in terms of races that we offer. For instance, our Elders Womens Only Triathlon could now include both nano AND an enticer for those that look to take it up a notch but still like that aspect of just being able to complete a triathlon. Also, we can look to really promote our Valentines Day Triathlon or other themed events.

We'll continue to send out newsletters each and every week and do our best to keep this website up to date. Of course volunteering would be last on the list as being a reason to join the club because there are so many other great reasons why you are a member. But, remember that this club was built and is maintained by volunteers. We are always in need so we hope to see you at this years AGM - TBD.

The last point that could be made is that with fitness being the number one reason for being in our club, thinking about triathlon as a lifestyle would be a way for you to make it a truly life-long adventure, taking you to new levels of health and experiences for both you and your loved ones. The WOW group meets during the week, a running group meets Tuesday nights, and many athletes are training for many different events such as 70.3 Gold Coast and Ironman Australia. It could be difficult to schedule consistent weekly training sessions with so many athletes training for different distance races and at different times of the year. However, this is where you can make the club your own. You could also see current training from our active Alice Springs Triathlon Club - Training Page. It's a secret club on Facebook so email us at alicetriclub@gmail.com to be added! Many of us value this club and what it brings to us. We all have a different angle and different viewpoints. By combining these together we are able to deliver.

Kevin Coyle - Committee Member