Brighton Tri Club, Triathlon England Club of the Year 2015, is a vibrant 'Star Mark' accredited triathlon club, based in Brighton & Hove (adults) and in Ringmer (juniors), East Sussex, and catering for adults and children (aged 8yrs to 13yrs) of all abilities and levels of experience in the sport.  We have also retained the Triathlon England South East region 'Club of the Year' for a second year.

The club currently has over 250 members of all ages.  We have found that over 50% of the adults joining our club were complete novices in the sport at the point of joining.

Check out and enter the events we are running during 2016;

Some information on the sportive event we ran earlier in the year can be found here:

As a club our aim is to provide a fun, friendly, inspirational and supportive environment in which to learn and develop skills and fitness for triathlon, through regular structured training and quality coaching with like-minded people.  Go to Join us to find out more, check out our Training page for the latest session info and our Sussex Tristars website to find out more about the junior section; or simply email us if you have any questions. You are always welcome to try us before you join.

We pride ourselves in being an inclusive and welcoming club supporting many people through their first triathlon alongside our experienced athletes, a number of whom represent Great Britain in international age group races.  As such the club is open to all regardless of experience, background or ability.  If you want to be involved with triathlon, we'd love to train with you!

Club News

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Following St Neots and Eton Dorney Triathlons this month, you should expect to spot some blue & gold in Mexico this September at the World Championships 2016. 

Coach Mike introduces us to a new mix of training sessions to help us all for the coming race season. 

Head Coach, Mike Porteous takes a look at the year ahead for both the Club and for the members individually. Mike shares his hopes for 2016 as well as some tips and reflections on setting and realising your own goals. 

Sunday 10th January hosted the long-awaited, off-season favourite: STAMINA. Despite the wet conditions, the muddy competition was rife.