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Got a 7-12 year old that’s keen to give triathlon a go? TRYstars might just be for them!

Run through local triathlon clubs or community groups, TRYstars aims to teach your child the FUNdamentals of triathlon through movement – agility, balance, coordination, speed, running, jumping, gliding, buoyancy, throwing, catching, kicking and hitting, encouraging participation in all sports.

Over eight hour-long sessions, your child will get a feel for triathlon through game-based activities including swim, bike and run activities, with the program delivered by Triathlon Australia accredited facilitators.

To find out more about the TRYstars program, including Frequently Asked Questions, click here.

All of our upcoming TRYstars programs can be found in the sidebar on this page.

Did you know? TRYstars also runs in schools, with a modified four session program that aims to expose primary school-aged children to the basic movement skills and FUNdamentals of triathlon through game-based activities. ‘TRYstars Schools’ program is delivered in partnership with the Australian Government and Australian Sports Commission under the Sporting Schools initiative. Schools can apply for funding of the TRYstars program under this initiative. For more information on TRYstars Schools, click here.

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