Interclub 01 Finishing Position = 2nd
Interclub 01 MVP = Nicole Ward, Peter Walker, Graeme Beattie
Interclub 01 Event Victories = (1) Club Champs
Interclub 02 Preview
Warringah had a great year last season but were overshadowed by a relentless Balmoral outfit, meaning that Warringah had to settle for second place in the Sydney North Interclub Series.
Warringah will go into Interclub 02 as the firm favourite for the Sydney Triathlon League 1 title and promotion to the Sydney Triathlon Premier League.
They finished well in Interclub 01 turning in good performances at Big Husky, Club Champs and the Wollongong Triathlon.
Kurnell #1 and Kurnell #2 could be improved upon to ensure they don’t open the door to a determined chasing pack.
TNSW Predicted Finish = 1st
Warringah Triathlon Club was formed in 1985 to bring together athletes from Sydney’s Northern Beaches who wanted to try the new sport of triathlon. They are proud to be one the most active triathlon clubs in NSW and multiple winner of the Triathlon NSW Club Championships over the years, Ironman Club Champions and having regular representation at World Championships at every distance, but are also incredibly proud of the community feel and camaraderie within the club.
Their vision is to be the premier Australian multisport community of all ages & abilities assisting members to achieve their personal goals.
The Warringah Waves finished second in the first ever Sydney North Interclub Series and subsequently will compete in the Sydney Triathlon League 1 in Interclub 02. Nicole Ward, Peter Walker and Graeme Beattie tied for the first ever MVP title for the Warringah Waves.