Regional, National, Elite
This is a hall of fame/recognition page, no specific prizes as such.
- Those who have raced elite at sprint, standard distance or ironman
- Currently part of club history section - needs to move
- National Grand Prix for Triathlon and Duathlon - Use the annual published rankings to pull out MTC members and produce our own list.
- Regional Series - Use the annual published rankings to pull out MTC
- Regional Championship winners
- NW regional club league
- Alex Lawton - TE NorthWest - Standard Distance and Sprint Champion and NW series winner
- Club - men's and women's club league winner TE North West
- Alex Lawton - British Triathlon Champion, North West Duathlon and Sprint Triathlon Champion
- Roger Witz-Barnes - British Sprint Championships (Big Cow) 1st Overall
- Joe Skipper - British Sprint Championships (Big Cow) 1st 20-24
- Vicki Wade - British Aquathlon Championships (West Midland Ski Centre) AG Gold
- Joe Skipper- British Middle Distance Championships (Big Cow) 1st Overall
- Joe Skipper- British Sprint Championships 2nd Overall
- Roger Witz Barnes - Scottish National Champion
- Roger Witz Barnes, Joe Skipper, Paul Savage, Alex Young, Owen Mitchell, Jacqui Slack all raced domestic elite series
- Bex Heath Regional Series Champion
- Bex Heath Regional Duathlon Champion
- Bex Heath Regional Olympic Champion
- Paul Hawkins Club record IM , 8th overall at IMUK
- Alex Young - British Sprint Championships (Big Cow) 3RD Overall, and age Group 1st (20-24)
- Owen Mitchell - British Sprint Championships (Juniors 17-18) 1st age group
- Harry Davies - British Sprint Championships (65-69) - 3rd age group
- Jacqui Slack - 17th World Elite Sprint Champs, Lausanne
- Jacqui Slack - 2nd British Triathlon Super Series
- Jacqui Slack - 1st European Cup, Strathclyde
- Paul Hawkins - 1st Outlaw IM
- Alex Young: 1st National Junior Elite Champs, Hyde Park.
- Paul Hawkins: 10th IM UK
Jeremy Gilmour: Selected for World Junior Elite Champs, Vancouver.
Damien Thacker: Selected for Jersey Team at Commonwealth Games, Melbourne.
Mark Tweedie - World Student Games