Sunshine Coast Camp – logistics

Home Forums Camps Sunshine Coast Camps Sunshine Coast Camp – logistics

This topic contains 0 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by  Robbie Haywood 1 year, 6 months ago.

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
  • #14686

    Robbie Haywood

    Hi ladies and gents

    I hope this note finds you well, and excited to attend our Trisutto Sunshine Coast camp 19-21 August.

    This camp will be led by our experienced coach Cameron Watt (, assisted by coaches Mel Mitchell, Susie Langley, and myself.

    I have put a welcome to camp from Cameron, as well as some logistical information for camp below.

    We look forward to meeting you in a couple of weeks.


    Hi all,

    Thank – you for signing up to the sold out Sunshine Coast camp. We’ve limited the camp to 12 participants to maximize the time we have to help you. It’s the first camp held in Australia that we’ve offered to age-groupers but certainly not the first time Trisutto has had camps on the Sunshine Coast over the years.

    I’ll introduce myself more in person at the camp, but I know the area well, having lived on the Sunshine Coast and trained in these pools, roads and tracks on TriSutto pro camps on the Sunshine Coast in the mid 2000’s. Please use this weekend to ask as many questions on any topic that isn’t already addressed. It’s my goal that you get as much out of this experience as possible in the time we have. One thing that I ask you, for your own benefit is that you are covered by your Triathlon insurance for training in Australia. Below is a more detailed itinerary of the camp, I look forward to seeing you all at the Cotton Tree pool 7amon Friday 19th of August.

    Friday 19th August
    7:00am-9:00am Swim Set + Introduction
    The Esplanade
    Cotton Tree

    Bring all your swim tools with you to this swim, pull bouys, paddles, bands
    And anything else you use at home… In this session we will look at your technique and within the time available make pointers and also give you practical advice to help your swim leg. After the session we will deliver a talk giving you an overview and introduction of the TriSutto training philosophy and methodology which we will expand on throughout the camp.

    9:45am-12:15pm Bike:
    We will depart for the bike session from the Cotton Tree Pool and head out to the World 70.3 course where we will do a Hill Rep and TT session on the course. The ride will be approx. 2:30hrs long.

    4:00pm-4:45pm Run:
    45min Build run on Mooloolaba Water Front (World Championship Course)
    We will all meet in front of the Mooloolaba Surf Club on the beach side. This run will only be 45min long, out and back, on the World 70.3 Championships Course.

    Saturday 20th August
    7:00am-10am Brick:

    3hrs solid riding other parts of the World Championship course followed by a 12km run.
    We will meet in the Mooloolaba Surf Club car park for this Brick session and will ride parts of the World Championships Course and then transistion into run gear at the Mooloolaba Surf Club Carpark for a 12km run off the bike which will also be out and back
    on the Worlds Course.

    4:00-5:00pm Open Water Swim:
    1 hour session at Mooloolaba beach. Skills based.
    Meeting again out the front of the Mooloolaba Surf Club, this swim will be mostly skills based. Please bring your wetsuit for this swim. We will teach you open water skills such as race starts, turning bouys, drafting, sighting and reading surf conditions.

    Sunday 21st August
    7:00am-8:30am Run:
    Track session
    Sunshine Coast University Track & Field
    90 Sippy Downs Dr, Sippy Downs QLD 4556, Australia

    We will meet for at Sunshine Coast University Track for a track session. Session will be modified for each individuals ability and racing goals coming up. This session we will provide additional hands on advice for run technique and run methodology.

    8:30am-9:15am Swimming:
    Directly after in the Sunshine Coast University Pool (walk from Track)
    This will be a light recovery swim to loosen after the run, but give us more hands on time to give more advice on technique

    At the conclusion of the camp there will be further opportunity to ask any specific questions that haven’t been addressed over the weekend.

    Any questions pre camp, please direct to

    Looking forward to meeting you all, and working hard to maximize the time we have to help you achieve your triathlon goals, no matter how large or small they are.


Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.