Welcome

• The Navy Tridents Triathlon Club (NTTC) provides a safe and supportive environment for new and experienced triathletes pursuing their goals for swimming, biking and running.

• Everyone's interests and goals are unique, and everyone participates in physical activity at a level appropriate for their fitness.

• The Club consists of both military and civilian members. We are always pleased to welcome new members at any time. Have fun, ask lots of questions, and meet others who share in the passion of triathlon.

Shawn Miller, NTTC President

Who is a Trident?

A Trident is a person in your neighbourhood.
In your neighbourhood.
In your neigh-bour-hood.
A Trident is a person in your neighbourhood,
A person that you'll like, riding on a bike!
A person in your neigh-bour-hood

A Trident is a person in your neighbourhood.
In your neighbourhood
In your neigh-bour-hood
A Trident is a person in your neighbourhood.
A person that you'll meet, running down the street.
A person in your neigh-bour-hood

A Trident is a person in your neighbourhood.
In your neighbourhood
In your neigh-bour-hood
A Trident is a person in your neighbourhood.

How to join the tridents and pay the 2015-2016 dues

2015/2016 Navy Tridents Triathlon Club Registration

Online

PSP offers online registration through a program called “BookKing”.

PSP Online: http://bk.cfpsa.com/halifaxpub/index.asp

Things to know when registering online:

To use “BookKing” you must have an active "Client Account".
Don't have a “Client Account ”?
Click on “My Account”.
Click on “I Don't Have An Account”. Click here to create an new account
Click to Create Individual Account
Fill in the blanks

I’m logged on and now have an account. Now what?

Click on Courses
Click on “Catalog Search Criteria”

A little stir crazy

A little stir crazy

During the storm we had on March 18th, Danielle, on a dare, went out for a "swim"!

What not to do during freestyle

Patrick, a club member, pointed this video out to me. It really highlights what we are trying to accomplish with our swim drills.

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