Whilst such events will not be held continuously, our proposal ensures that the community always has access to the facilities, by contractually retaining at least 50% of capacity at all times for the use of the local community and clubs. This far exceeds the access currently available at Wonthaggi for our swim club, water exercise classes and learn to swim.
Today we bring you statement from Triathlon Victoria.
“Triathlon Victoria is consistently seeking high- quality and integrated swim, bike, run facilities that allow for
• Training - regular weekly, full day and camp options
• Small scale events – indoor triathlon using pool, spin room and adjacent outdoor or sports hall space
• Club ‘houses’ where Triathlon Victoria can support the establishment of traditional NFP clubs or commercial squads (similar to personal training groups)
The details shared with us on the Phillip Island Aquatic, demonstrate facilities that lend themselves to multisport, and if the centre is established with the connection of swim, bike and run, there would be substantial demand from triathlon users for activities as detailed above.”
Executive Director, Triathlon Victoria
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