Interclub 01 Finishing Position = 4th
Interclub 01 MVP = Jocie Evison
Interclub 01 Event Victories = Nil
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Balance Bolt walked away from three events empty handed last season yet still ended the year in fourth place overall in the Sydney South West Interclub Series, highlighting the potential that they possess to push any club all the way during Interclub 02 in the Sydney Triathlon Premier League.
The key to Balance’s success will be Rounds 1 and 2, the Hills Duathlon and the Berry Duathlon. They are likely to perform exceedingly well once again at the iconic races later in the season, but need to ensure that they are in a competitive position when they reach that stage of the year.
Will enter the season looking up, a slow start will have them looking down pretty quickly.
TNSW Projected Finish = 5th
Balance & UTS Tri Club is a UTS Sport affiliated club operating in Sydney’s inner-west. They are that club who always looks like they’re having the most fun.
The club was founded in 2008 and from humble beginnings with just three founding members, they are now proudly a club of 200+ members.
As their club name (Balance) suggests, they are not just about training and participating, but they also have a lot of fun away from the sport with regular social events. The club is very inclusive and supportive of all members, whether they’re competing in their first enticer, or racing Kona.
The Balance Bolt finished 4th in the first ever Sydney South West Interclub Series and subsequently will compete in the Sydney Triathlon Premier League in Interclub 02. Jocie Evison Jones was the first ever MVP for the Balance Bolt.