About Us

Newry Triathlon Club strives on supporting its members of all ages and abilities in reaching their goals and ambitions as triathletes.

We are proud to be one the longest running clubs in the country both north and south of the border.
Since the mid 80s our goal has been to help our members reach their full potential through one of the world’s most popular and fast-growing sports.

We provide organised training events throughout each year as well as coached swim and track sessions and group cycles for all abilities, allowing members to improve their fitness and technique in a fun, friendly environment full of like-minded people.

Our volunteer coaches are highly experienced and will provide an excellent structured approach in improving technique making sure our members will be race ready for the season ahead.

In recent years Newry Triathlon Club has been running the “Coached to Crooked Lake” program.

This programme supports members who are new to the sport and those returning from long breaks.  The peer group, encouragement and expert advice has had our members achieving all their triathlon goals.


Newry Triathlon Club organises two triathlon races each year as well as a series of training events:

  • Top of the Mourne triathlon has a reputation for being one of the toughest Olympic distance triathlons in the country but also one of the most scenic and rewarding.
  • South Armagh Warrior (SAW) triathlon is Newry Triathlon club's charity race each year where the charity is chosen by the winner and all the entry fees are donated to that charity.
  • Newry Triathlon Club also organises a very popular Aquathlon Series (swim, run) race on the lead up to one of our local triathlons Crooked Lake.

New members are always welcome with us. So whether you’re a complete beginner or already a seasoned triathlete, whether you are simply interested in improving your fitness, meeting new people, or want to complete an Ironman, Newry Triathlon Club is the club for you.

“It's up to you how far you go. If you don't tri you'll never know.”