Interclub 01 Finishing Position = 2nd
Interclub 01 MVP = Jennifer McDonald
Interclub 01 Event Victories = 4 (Kurnell #1, Kurnell #2, Richie Walker Aquathlon, Wollongong Triathlon)
Interclub 02 Preview
The Sharks showed their teeth during Interlcub 01 and if it wasn’t for a slow start to the season whilst the Interclub concept was brand new, a different name could have been on the Sydney South West Interclub trophy.
Should once again storm home so early season form is a must if they are to topple Hills.
The Hills Duathlon and the Berry Duathlon will determine whether the Sharks will seriously be racing for top spot or consolidating their contender tag.
Likely to dominate once again at both Kurnell events and the Richie Walker Aquathlon.
TNSW Projected Finish = 2nd
Cronulla Triathlon Club was founded in 1985 and is historically the home to a number of World Champions. From the halcyon days of Greg Welch and Michellie Jones, through to current times with Craig Alexander, the club has remained a perfect training ground for triathletes in all age groups. The Club strives to encourage adults and juniors to challenge themselves to train and race in a safe and friendly environment. Every member has the same access to support and resources as we continue to evolve – adapting to athlete needs.
Cronulla Triathlon Club has a friendly and engaging culture – they have many formal and informal training, racing and social activities. They have proudly won the Triathlon NSW Club Championships a number of times and are looking forward to achieving that honour again.
The Cronulla Sharks finished 2nd in the first ever Sydney South West Interclub Series and subsequently will compete in the Sydney Triathlon Premier League in Interclub 02. Jennifer McDonald was the first ever MVP title for the Cronulla Sharks.