“Got To Tri” Triathlon Training resume overseas camps

Following the recent Government announcement that from Monday 10th July, British triathletes and cyclists will now be able to fly to 59 territories including France, Italy and Spain without needing to quarantine for 14 days, specialist triathlon training company “Got to Tri” are now taking bookings for 2020 overseas training camps.

Got To Tri specialise in overseas training camps for clubs and are known for putting the athlete at the heart of everything they do. Their aim is to provide triathletes with opportunities to train in great places with like-minded people and they have been operational in Spain since 2015. Their hotel partners in Mallorca have the perfect triathlon set up with a 25m pool, fully serviced bike garage and access to incredible mountains and coastline for riding, running and open water swimming.

Got to Tri are now taking bookings for Autumn 2020 and 2021 camps and have been working with their hotel partners in Mallorca to ensure stringent safety measures and processes in light of COVID-19.

In addition this, Got to Tri are also announcing a special 1 in 8 deal for UK registered Triathlon Clubs, meaning that for every 8 athletes, 1 goes free.

All tri camps include 7 nights Half Board and a 6 day Triathlon Programme. 2020 dates are 10 – 17 Oct and 17- 24 Oct and cost £795 and 2021 Tri camp details  are listed below.

  • Bike Focus – 27/02/2021 to 06/03/2021 – £745 – Viva Blue Hotel
  • Outlaw Middle Distance – 06/03/2021 to 13/03/2021 – £765 – Viva Blue Hotel
  • Performance Tri Camp – 20/03/2021 to 27/03/2021 – £795 – Ferrer Hotel
  • Women Only Tri Camp – 10/04/2021 to 17/04/2021 – £795 – Ferrer Hotel
  • Outlaw Middle Distance – 17/04/2021 to 24/04/2021 – £795 – Ferrer Hotel

Santi Brage, Managing Director said “ We are delighted to be able to resume trading. Many of our camps in 2020 had to be rescheduled and we are delighted to be able to re-open and accommodate our customers this year. Clubs and groups for whom we have previously hosted annual Tri camps keep coming back and the first 2 Tri Clubs we ever hosted ago have already re- booked.  And this year we were delighted that we were chosen to host the first ever Tri camp for Triathlon 220 Club of the year – OxygenAddict.

Testimonials have been glowing from both club coaches and individual athletes and can be found HERE.

Club Captain Ross Inglis of the Napier Tri Club said, ‘’All the club members have left feeling better athletes but also had so much fun with their club mates. That was because of the facilities here and the Got To Tri team. They were so helpful’’

Pippa Crouch of Brighton Tri club commented, ‘’ If Carlsberg did Tri Camps, this would be it. I’ve done a cycling holiday and a tri camp previously and this one is head and shoulders above anything I’ve encountered before’’

Please see https://www.gottotri.com/triathlon-camps or email enquiries@gottotri.com for further information

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