Founded in 1869

Last updated 17 December 2015

Welcome to the Blackheath & Bromley Tri Club...

The Blackheath & Bromley Tri Club is a section of Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC and is affiliated to the British Triathlon Federation. If you have any questions please email

All members that join the Tri Club are automatically joined to B&BHAC and can participate in all of their activities, social & athletic. In fact you are encouraged to join in the Wednesday evening training runs and enjoy a chat and a drink (hard or soft!) afterwards.


We have just taken delivery of the 1st consignment of Tri Club kit. This consists of 34 Blackheath & Bromley Tri Club T shirts and 3 long distance tri suits. The T shirts will be available to view and buy at the club on Wednesday evenings, price £6.99. The tri suits can also be viewed and will be available to order, price £69.99. Both prices include VAT. 21-01-09

Tri Training Tips For Beginners 22-03-09

8 December 2008 - report on first meeting 10-12-08

Mike Russell, of Team Outrageous, organises a number of open water events from Leybourne Lakes, Kent - more details at this link:
Ironman training; triathlon training and cycle coaching in Mallorca -

Join your expert coach Nick Kinsey, one of Britainís most experienced and consistent Ironman finishers over the last 20 years, for some serious training and then relax in the warm sunshine, for the perfect recovery, good food and fun-filled atmosphere! Yes, our own Nick Kinsey owns and runs this company - special rates for Blackheath Tri people....

8 December 2008 - nearly thirty people attended the first meeting

The 1st meeting of Blackheath & Bromley Harriers Triathlon Club was held at the club house on Monday evening. A total of 27 people came along. The numbers could have been even higher but another half a dozen unfortunately couldn't attend.

The meeting was informal with topics discussed including existing club structure and events, club kit, membership costs and equipment.

Jon Horsman, who is a development coach with the British Triathlon Association, was kind enough to attend and gave an outline of what the BTA is and about how it can be of help to the club. All in all a successful meeting, hopefully the 1st of many.

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