Category: Events

10th May 2017

Endurance Nutrition Seminar


Stoke Mandeville Stadium – Guttman Centre

Monday 12th June 2017

Aspiring Performance are proud to announce that we will be holding an Endurance Nutrition Seminar in partnership with Platform Nutrition on Monday 12th June 2017. The seminar will consist of a 45 minute presentation, followed by a 45 minute Q&A with Gareth Nicholas (MSc) of Platform Nutrition. Gareth has been involved in Health and Fitness since 2000 and has focused on providing sports nutrition for athletes from grass roots level up to Olympians and professional sports people. During his time as a nutritionist he has worked for Lucozade and Maxi-Muscle as well as working with British Triathlon and the Army Triathlon Association. As well as supporting other athletes, Gareth has completed many Half Marathons, full marathons and competed in triathlon up to long distance racing.

To book your place on this fantastic seminar, please click here. The cost of this seminar is £7.50.

10th May 2017

Junior Triathlon Coaching Day


Stoke Mandeville Stadium – Guttman Centre

Wednesday 31st May 2017

Aspiring Performance are pleased to announce we will be running a Junior Triathlon Coaching Day at Stoke Mandeville Stadium on Wednesday 31st May 2017. The aim of the day is to provide young aspiring triathletes (8 – 16 years old) with a fun day of skill training to help prepare them for triathlon racing. The day run from 0830-1700 and will consist of training sessions in swimming, bike handling, running drills and transition; we will end the day off with a mini-aquathlon.

The cost of the day is £51 with a 10% discount offered to a second child (£45). To attend the day your child will need to be able to comfortably swim 50 m and ride a bike.

To book a place, please click here.

If you would like more information please contact David on david@aspiringperformance.com

10th November 2016

Athletes take on Triathlon Challenge at RAF Halton in aid of Hospice Charity


More than 130 people took part in the RAF Halton triathlon and duathlon to raise money for Rennie Grove Hospice Care. Old and new triathletes and duathletes took on a challenge at RAF Halton in aid of Rennie Grove Hospice Care. More than 130 people took part in one of three race options – a mini-Olympic distance, a super sprint or a new duathlon option – on July 31.


Matt Hinge, from Aylesbury. It is hoped the event will bring in £20,000 towards the charity’s specialist nursing service for patients with life-limiting illness. Princes Risborough resident Tarek Maani, who trains with Stoke Mandeville Tri Club has already done 10 Olympic distance and sprint triathlons, even though he has only started in the sport recently. He said: “Now I’m addicted – I’ve caught the bug!” This is the second time he’s been at RAF Halton and took on the Mini Olympic distance. He finds swimming the hardest discipline, but has previously done several open water swims, including a river swim in the Windsor Triathlon, so 20 lengths of the RAF’s pool felt far easier.

Matt Hinge, from Aylesbury, was also returning for a second time. He said: “I preferred the course this year, although I still don’t really ‘like’ running so for me the hills were hard on foot. I really like the fact the different events overlapped so cyclists were cheering runners on and vice versa.”

More than 130 people took part in the RAF Halton triathlon and duathlon to raise money for Rennie Grove Hospice Care. The winner of the mini-Olympic distance was Aylesbury’s Jesus Gonzalez Tejeria, who finished in 1:22:47 while Princes Risborough’s Heather Golla was the first woman home in 1:35:37. Rennie’s director of fundraising and marketing, Gillian Barnett, said: “We’re so grateful to everyone involved for making this event a success. “RAF Sgt Kristian Harrison MBE and his team have done sterling work so our sincere thanks go to them and RAF Halton for hosting this popular event once again. Thank you to our sponsors too: Budgens in Wendover for providing bananas for participants; Ashmei for donating prizes including a £30 gift voucher to spend on its new season range online or in-store; Grant and Stone for providing a large banner plus cable ties and hazard tape for all our events; Otech Bikes for offering technical support on the day and Stoke Mandeville Tri Club for their help promoting the event and offering training sessions to participants. And last but by no means least – our amazing volunteer marshals who man the route uncomplainingly whatever the weather to ensure our participants can find their way.”

Read more at: http://www.bucksherald.co.uk/news/more-news/athletes-take-on-triathlon-challenge-at-raf-halton-in-aid-of-hospice-charity-1-7513441