Thanks to everyone who braved the icy weather last week for the club's Annual General Meeting at Parson's Green. Following the elections, your committee for 2013 will be:
Simon Kenyon (Chairman); Sarah Watts (Vice-Chairman); Jane Osbourne (Secretary); Matt Bidwell (Treasurer); Katie Day (Membership); Toby Head (Coaching Coordinator); Phil Roker (Captain); Alistair Groves (Website); Annabel Kukulski (Social); Graeme Purdy and Barry Dick (Kit); Ben Turner (Fixtures); Vanessa Cardigan (Publicity).
Emma Williams continues in her role as Event Director, following the motion passed at the AGM converting this post into a committee appointment rather than an elected post. Euan Lees also continues in his appointed role as Director of Coaching.
Full minutes, and a copy of the Chairman's report, will be available on the website in the next few days.
Happy New Year to all our members!
The Club's Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 21st January at Parson's Green Sports and Social Club, Broomhouse Lane, SW6. All club members are asked to attend this meeting, to review the past year, look forward to our tenth anniversary in 2013, and to vote on any motions proposed regarding the management of the club.
Our swim coaching team are holding a swim technique and training talk on the evening of Monday 3rd December at 7.30pm.
Euan, Shane and Donal will be taking you through the finer points of swim technique, and how you should structure your training to achieve your goals in triathlon, open water or pool swimming. The session, for club members only, will be both informative and interactive - and you won't even get wet!
The Ful-on Boys got the 2012-13 Surrey League Cross Country season off to a cracking start, with a big turnout of 20 athletes making their way down the M3 to Lightwater Country Park. Back in Division 3 this season, the guys pulled off a classy match win on a punishing hilly course, pushing Croydon Harriers and Dulwich Runners in to second and third place.
It seems to have been a year for tough conditions on the Ironman circuit and this years World Championships in Kona was no exception as the legendary winds gusted across the Queen K' Highway and the temperatures soared into the high 30s to deliver some of the toughest race conditions on the Big Island in recent years.