A recap of an amazing year of training, racing and other fun as part of the 2018 Club of the Year. We welcome new members of all abilities so contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll help you get started!
It’s always the best night of the year and this year did not disappoint. Our Annual Awards Party took place on 24th November and recognised all the members of the club and their achievements in 2018, from club TT winners to those who battled tough days out at IRONMAN and not forgetting those who can […]
I was on holiday in France in 2017 and it just happened that Ironman Nice was on. I walked into the village and that was it, I wanted to do one. January 2018 I signed up for Barcelona. I attended a quiz night with Pulse, then that was it I was in. Most of my […]
We had a super night at the Triathlon Awards in November with National Series winners and our club founder, Dave Adams, picking up Volunteer of the Year. Dave has been involved in Triathlon for many years and has been instrumental, not only in developing Pulse into the club it is today, but also developing the […]
As it’s now off season, lots of Pulsers are busying themselves with non-triathlon events and Run the Line 2018 proved yet again to be a popular choice. The event is a 26km or 13km trail run across the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains, in aid of the Dublin-Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team. A tough but great day […]
Great turnout for the Junior Park Run in Marley Park last Sunday, planning to make it a regular occurrence. Well done to everyone who took part. The next junior session is on Sunday 18th of November 12-2pm in the Phoenix Park.
It was another bumper year for the Dublin City Marathon and as always Pulse had a big representation. Months of hard work was rewarded on October Bank Holiday Weekend with everyone having a great day in what were perfect running conditions. A huge thank you to Ciat Joyce, our run rep, who oversaw the Pulse […]
The Battle of Barcelona Why Barcelona again? A question I got asked a lot over the past 12 months. 2 reasons really. Firstly, Mairead had signed up! It would be her first, and having just come from that experience I knew how tough and lonely Ironman training is. There was no big pulse crew going […]