Bendigo Triathlon Club is the home of triathlon in Bendigo. We welcome all athletes from first timers to experienced, and offer support, camaraderie and competition in a family-friendly environment.



Our 7 race Villawood Summer Series is held between September and March, and consists of 1 duathlon and 6 triathlon races. We have a variety of different distances to cater to all levels and abilities, including kids’ races.



Triathlon is a great sport for kids, and Bendigo Tri Club runs events of multiple distances to cater to kids of all ages. Thinking about getting your child involved in triathlon? Learn about what we have on offer.


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Race Report - Ultraman 2021 - Markcus Brown
7th June 2021
ULTRAMAN 2021 - 8, 9, 10 MAY 515km Triathlon is a sport and lifestyle with endless opportunities and for me ive always strived for a new challenge, having competed competitively over the last 7 years I've been continually building volume and…
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2019-2020 Race Calendar released!
25th July 2019
Our 2019-2020 race calendar has been released, and the site has been updated with the new dates. Keep an eye out for club membership for the season opening soon, and remember to block these dates off in your calendar! …
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Random Runners at Lake Weeroona.6pm Weds.Rowing Club end 200 Meter Mark.
Come along and enjoy that extra daylight we are now getting.
1.5K Warm Up.
5x200 Meters with 15 Seconds rest between each plus 1 minute after No 5.
1K 2 minutes rest .
Repeat above.
1.5K Cool Down.
Cheers The Landlord.
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Cairns Ironman report

by Fraser Walsh

Hey guys here’s a quick race report from my day at Ironman Cairns.

4:30am alarm is something you never want to put into your phone but as l lay there contemplating my decision of doing this brutal event and how much pain I’m going to be in today that thought only lasts a few seconds & I’m excited to get to race a great Professional field.

I get all my things ready and head over to the bus in cairns with the other Pros and we get dropped at Palm cove which is about a 30minute drive from Cairns. I usually like to get through transition pretty quickly, I set up my bike & hand in all my special needs bags & have a quick chat to some fellow competitors/teammates before walking to the start with Eminem blaring in my ear.

A quick jog & wetsuit on with a bit of stretch on the bands & then straight into the water for a warm up. The Pros get announced to the start line & I start on the far right side. First turn buoy is only 100m away so it’s always important to get off to a good start. I did and was on the main chase group with two swimmers off the front, the swim was two laps and the pace was definitely on from the start. Palm Cove is known for a choppy swim and today was no exception, the wind was up.

Out of the water there was a group of 7 with all the main hitters there with two guys 2.30min up on us. A hilly & windy 180km I let the main group go at about 95km in and rode the rest of the bike solo trying to limit my losses. 70km headwind home from Port Douglas to Cairns was definitely soul destroying & I was definitely happy to get off the bike.

Onto the run I had a rough idea of what I wanted to do and settled into that pace with trying to get down as much fluid as possible on every aid station. I definitely hit a bad patch from 20-30km and went from 10th-13th & was bleeding time just trying to survive. But then like Essendon in the second half of this season I was able to find something & move from 13th to 9th (hoping Essendon finish 8th).

The crowd support along the Cairns Esplanade reminded me of the days at Ironman Foster it was a great atmosphere and running down the red carpet with family there made the moment even more special.
9th place in pro men's field – 46:18 swim/ 4:42:54 bike/ 3:06:35 run/ 8:41:46 overall
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Random Runners of Bendigo as far as I can tell we are right to go with up to 20.Happy to be corrected on this.(Never had 20 as far as I Know.)
Lake Weeroona 6pm Rowing Club end,200 Meter mark.Weds.
1.5K Warm Up.
2x800 Meters.1 Minute rest between.
4x400 Mts.30 Sec rest between.
4x200 Mts.15 sec rest between.
1.5K Cool Down.
Do all the Covid Stuff.
Cheers The Landlord.
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