Glasgow Triathlon Club

Swimming, Cycling, Running. We do it best!

Training

Swim, bike & run for all

GTC offers regular swimming, cycling and running sessions for members. All sessions are delivered under the guidance of qualified coaches. 

The sessions cater for all levels of ability and you are welcome to take part in as few or as many as you wish. We pride ourselves on providing a warm welcome to all levels of athletes.

DAYSESSIONSTART TIMEEND TIMELOCATION
MONDAYSWIM06:150715Bishopbriggs Leisure Dome, Bishopbriggs
MONDAY RUN (TRACK SESSION)19152015Huntershill Track, Bishopbriggs
TUESDAYRUN19002000Glasgow Club Maryhill
TUESDAYSWIM19002100Glasgow Club Maryhill
WEDNESDAYTALKS, INFORMAL MEETUPSTBCTBCCheck facebook for details
THURSDAYRUN18452000Glasgow Club Bellahouston
FRIDAYSTRENGTH + CONDITIONING0630 0720Broomhill Community Church
FRIDAYSWIM20002100Glasgow Club Bellahouston
SATURDAYBIKE/RUN (INFORMAL SESSIONS)TBCTBCCheck facebook for details
SUNDAYSWIM19002100Western Baths, Glasgow

GTC Squads 

During the normal training schedule, the club operates a “squads” programme. We follow an Annual Training Plan to ensure all abilities and aspirations are catered for. Please take a look at GTC squads to find out the best coached sessions for you.

The first session is free and then we ask that you join the club. Please use the booking system to sign up for training sessions.

Paratriathlon

Everyone is welcome to compete in triathlon regardless of their abilities. At Glasgow Triathlon Club we have athletes with a wide range of abilities and varying goals (from keeping fit to qualifying for national or international competition). We aim to work with each person to help them to achieve their goals.

Paratriathlon

GTC Squads

Glasgow Triathlon Club prides itself on being welcoming and inclusive to athletes with a wide range of goals, needs and aspirations. To best serve all of our many members, we operate a squad structure that enables the club to provide the highest quality of coaching.

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Help & advice on mental health

It is estimated that one in four people in the UK are affected by a mental health problems annually and the most common issues recorded are depression and anxiety. Although sport and exercise are advocated as beneficial to mental well-being, it doesn’t mean that athletes both younger and older are not affected by mental illness.

Mental health