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Athletic Performance of the Year

The vast majority of sporting clubs adhere to this concept of club champion, and over the years MTC has had a variety of club championships, over a variety of events and distances.  As the sport continues to grow and the breadth of events and depth of talent within the club continues to grow it has become harder and harder to have a recognisable club champion.

From 2010 onwards we will recognise the overall outstanding achievement of the year.  The Male and Female potential award winners will be nominated, and then decided upon by a small committee made up of Head Coach, Team captain / Multisports co-ordinator, club records and awards chair.

We will over time add previous winners of club championships here, if any past winners are out there please email records@man-tri-club.org.uk with the details.

Good luck to everyone this year in whatever events you take on.

2015 Performance of the Year - Alex Lawton - course record at Helvellyn Triathlon, won NW Sprint, Standard and Duathlon Championships, 1st Age Grouper at British Triathlon National Championships (plus many more acheivements!)

2014 Performance of the year - Alex Lawton - Helvellyn win, won Regional Spint and standard disanc championships.

2013 
Performance  of the year - Alex Lawton - Won his age group in British Tri Champs and British Sprint Champs. 

2012
Female Performance of the Year - Sarah Rhodes - 7th World Duathlon Championships
Male Performance of the Year - Joe Skipper - 11th Fastest UK Ironman in history 8.25 @ Barcelona

2011
Female Performance of the Year - Pauline Griffin Challenge Henley Women's IM club record
Male Performance of the Year - Roger Witz Barnes - European AG Champion, 18th British Super Series

2010
Female Performance of the Year - Jacqui Slack 17th World Elite Sprint Championships
Male Performance of the Year - Paul Savage Worlds AG Standard distance 18th Overall 5th in AG overall

Club Champions

2009

  • Sprint Male Open - Tim Johns
  • Sprint Male Vet - Rob Arnold
  • Sprint Female Open - Sarah Rhodes
  • Sprint Female Vet - Claire Deane
  • Olympic Male Open - Tim Johns
  • Olympic Male Vet - Rob Arnold
  • Olympic Female Open - Gemma Hall
  • Olympic Female Vet - Gill Crennell

 

2005

 

  • MTC Grand Prix Series Male - Chris Clarke
  • MTC Grand Prix Series Female - Jan Rodgers

 

2004

 

  • MTC Grand Prix Series Male - Tim Johns