Queenscliff Preseason Camp

Get race ready for the 2017/18 season over three days in Queenscliff, the ideal launchpad ahead of the upcoming triathlon season.

About Queenscliff Triathlon Camp

The third camp on our training calendar for the 2017/2018 season is our Preseason Triathlon Training Camp in Queenscliff.

Get race ready with a spike in training in Spring over three days in September (Fri 8th/Sat 9th/Sun 10th), the perfect launchpad into the new racing season.

Located along the stunning Bellarine Peninsular and situated on the waters of the heads, Queenscliff boasts terrific terrain for cycling, picturesque trails along the coast and swimming in a beach that offers a variety of surf and flat waters.

Our combo sessions will be in full swing, with the preseason camp aimed at race-specific training including transition and other triathlon fundamentals.

Groups will be split into race goals, so whether you’re short or long course, opting for Olympic, Sprint or Super Sprint during the Gatorade Triathlon Series, or lacing up for Busstleton – there is something for everyone.

This is a whole team camp, so all levels are encouraged to attend to gain a final training spike before jumping into our preseason preparation phase.

Camp numbers are limited – so make sure you reserve your spot to avoid missing out!

Please note there will be limited coached sessions in Melbourne over this weekend.

What Can I Expect?

We aim to give athletes the ultimate professional training experience, jam-packed with race-specific knowledge, feedback and improvement ahead of the racing season commencing.

In addition to training for all three disciplines of triathlon, athletes will also undergo team bonding exercises, seminars, as well as work on fundamental racing such as transition, open water training (having been in a pool all winter!) and other techniques.

Athletes will be broken into groups in accordance with race goals, allowing coaches to tailor your preseason camp to fit with your racing.

Booking Information

ARRIVAL Friday
TIME 12pm (Midday)
INCLUDED
Breakfast
Lunch
Accomodation
Coaching
NOT INCLUDED
Dinner
Bedding
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Day 1: Friday 8th September

  • 12:00pm – Check in at Wyuna YMCA, Queenscliff
  • 1:00pm – Easy-moderate Ride Leaving front of YMCA
  • 2:30 – 3:00pm – Room Check In
  • 3:30pm – Camp Briefing
  • 4:00pm – Easy to moderate Run
  • 6pm – 7pm – Group Dinner
  • 7:15pm – Compulsory Camp Briefing
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Day 2: Saturday 9th September

  • 5:30 – 6am – Breakfast
  • 6:10am – Bike briefing
  • 6:15am – Speed endurance ride
  • Post ride, run off the bike
  • Recovery
  • 11:30 – 12:00pm – Morning tea
  • 11:45 – 12:30pm – Athlete Seminar and recovery session
  • 1:30 – 4:30pm – Recovery ride and swim
  • 6:00 – 7:00pm Dinner
  • 7:15pm – Compulsory Camp Briefing
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Day 3: Sunday 10th September

  • 5:30 – 6:15am – Breakfast
  • 6:30am – Round 1 time trial
  • 9:00am – Round 2 time trial
  • Post session recovery
  • 12:30 – 1:30pm – Lunch and camp briefing
  • Departure from Queenscliff
  • Training TBA
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Location and Climate is everything

Located along Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsular, Queenscliff is the ideal location for Tri-Alliance athletes, as the springboard into the 2017/18 racing season.

Location is a critical reason why we travel to Queenscliff. Only 90 minutes from Melbourne, our preseason camp in Spring allows athletes to group as one, get away from the weekly training grind and refresh with a spike in training ahead of the season..

This three-day camp encompasses race-specific training and Queenscliff offers us the ideal setup.

Notably, beach combo sessions mixed in with great cycling routes in picturesque scenery is a great refresher for the mind and body.

With uninterrupted programs and nothing to worry about except turning up to the next session, Queenscliff preseason camp has become the ideal getaway before the hectic racing season begins.

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Our Coaches

Ollie Allan

Not only has Ollie Allan been involved in triathlon for 16+ years, he also has extensive qualifications, including: Level 2 Triathlon Coach, Level 1 Cycling, Swimming, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Bachelor of Arts Recreation Management and more. Ollie’s efforts in his own training and racing have resulted in a number of outstanding performances; none better than Ironman Melbourne 2012 when he finished in 8:54.22 and fourth age grouper overall, whilst also finishing second for M 35-30 to qualify for Kona. 

> Tri-Alliance Head Coach & Director
> 2x Hawaii Ironman World Championships
> IRONMAN Melbourne 2012 8:54:22 2nd place 35-39
> 70.3 Shepparton 2010 4:16:05 2nd place 35-39
> 9x IRONMAN
> 10x Half Ironman
> Olympic Distance PB 2:02:20
> Melbourne Marathon Half Marathon PB 1.24.00
> Melbourne Marathon Full Marathon PB: 2.54.39
> Coached 15 Athletes to Kona
> Coached Over 50 Athletes to Short Course Podiums

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Checklist

CAMP EQUIPMENT & GEAR CHECKLIST

GENERAL
  ALL BEDDING – including sheets, pillow, doona or sleeping bag
  Towels x 2-3
  Toiletries including sunscreen, lip-balm, vaseline, body glide, sudo-cream, moisturiser, deep heat, voltaren gel, medications etc.
  Spending money – for dinners / snacks and any additional food or supplies you may need to purchase while there
  Spare power-board if you have one (in case we run out of power points!)
  Chargers for lights, Garmin watches, computers, phones and any electrical’s brought
  Clothes horse for drying your clothes
  Ear plugs and Sleeping mask – if you are a light sleeper.
  Rollers, spikey ball, massage balls (anything you want to help with you recovery!)
  Plastic bags – for wet/dirty clothing/gear
  Zip-lock bag or similar for phone/money while riding
  Positive attitude!
TRAINING GEAR
  Bike / helmet / shoes / gloves / arm warmers / booties and all riding gear x 3+
  Wind trainer – for both combo sessions and WT session if weather is poor
  Running Gear: Joggers, socks, visor/cap, comfortable running gear
  Wet weather gear (be prepared!)
  Warm jackets / jumpers / pants / compression / beanie (a must for post training!)
  Wattle bottles x 3-4
  Tubes (x 4+) / levers / canisters (x 4+) or pump (compulsory!)
  Track pump
  Bento box for additional supplies on the bike
  Front and rear lights (compulsory!)
  Bike Computer/Watch
  Full length Wetsuit
  Neoprene Swim Cap OR 2 normal swim caps, swim goggles
NUTRITION / FOOD
  Training nutrition and hydration – Gels/bars/bananas/muesli bars etc.
  Post training nutrition
  Recovery Shaker
  Sports drinks – pre, during and post training

Anything else you can think of and you would require for swim, bike, run and recovery for 3 days!

Be prepared to have a really, really full car!!

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