10th Anniversary Of Club Championshps Delivers A Close Battle With $9,000 Awarded To Southeast Queensland Clubs

10th Anniversary Of Club Championshps Delivers A Close Battle With $9,000 Awarded To Southeast Queensland Clubs


The Triathlon Queensland Club Championships are always a huge highlight of the year for southeast Queensland Triathlon & Multisport Clubs who turned out in force for this year’s Championships. The Queensland Triathlon Series Round 2 – Moreton Bay offered clubs the opportunity to earn points across the Kids, Enticer, Sprint, Teams and, in a new addition for 2022, the longer ‘Classic’ race distance.

An unusually wet morning helped keep temperatures cool for most of the morning with the rain clearing once competitors hit the run course. It was great to see the comradery between club members cheering each other on as they pushed hard to help their club secure both participation and competition points towards their quest for Club Championship glory.

On offer for the top three clubs across the Large, Medium, Small and Junior Club categories was $9,000 in cash prizes thanks to Triathlon Queensland.

In the Junior Club Championships, it was Triple FFF Triathlon who edged out a small winning margin to take the top spot with runner up Team T-Rex just a handful of points back. Bayside Multisport rounded out the podium with strong performances across the board by their junior club members.

Triple FFF Triathlon also managed to secure their second victory of the day taking home Small Club Champions closely followed by Swift Multisport in second and Tweed Coast Multisport in third.

It was Energy Lab Triathlon who took Medium Club Championship glory followed by Redcliffe Tri Club in second closely followed by Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy who were separated by just a few points.

In years past, the Large Club Championship category has always been a hotly contested battle for the Large Club Championship podium. This year, Team T-Rex Triathlon Club edged out Red Dog Triathlon Training for the 2022 Large Club Champion title with a strong showing from Bayside Multisport who took the final spot on the podium. The margin of victory was one of the closest in Club Championship history and showcased the friendly competitive spirit of Queensland Clubs.

Congratulations to all clubs and their members for a great morning of racing and a special congratulations to the following clubs for their top-3 podium performances at the 2022 Club Championship.

2022 Club Championship Winners

Large Club Champions
1st – Team T-Rex Triathlon Club
2nd- Red Dog Triathlon Training
3rd - Bayside Multisport

Medium Club Champions
1st – Energy Lab Triathlon
2nd – Redcliffe Tri Club
3rd – Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy

Small Club Champions
1st - Triple FFF Triathlon
2nd- Swift Multisport 
3rd – Tweed Coast Multisport

Junior Club Champions
1st - Triple FFF Triathlon
2nd - Team T-Rex Triathlon Club
3rd - Bayside Multisport

The Triathlon Queensland team send a huge congratulations to all clubs and club members who competed at this year’s Club Championships.

2022 Club Championship Points Table, click here >
For full race results click here >


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