We’ve improved the website, we’ve sorted out online fundraising, we’ve had a high-profile launch on June 16th… the only thing we can’t make better is the way you’ll feel after you complete the 2015 Musgrave Triathlon. That said you could go to www.musgrave-triathlon.com and check out the training schedule, although with just over six weeks to go the time really is now.
But even if you plan simply to finish the race rather than take on all-comers at Farran Woods, Farran in County Cork from 1pm on the 29th of August, please do sign up (at email@example.com), get your team involved (or ask us to find you one) and get training. You’d be very welcome indeed.
On the other hand if you want to get involved but can’t imagine spending most of a Saturday afternoon running, swimming and cycling, why not help out for a few hours? After 14 years, this is quite a big event and volunteers are always needed (and you can let us know at the same address: firstname.lastname@example.org). Or just come along, cheer and donate. We’d love to see you.
As would Breakthrough Cancer Research and Crumlin Children’s Hospital, which each received €100,000 from last year’s race. With the addition of online fundraising we hope to outstrip that amount this year by making it easier to donate – or encourage others to sponsor you.
So whether you’re a participant, a helper or a watcher have a look at the relevant idonate page, where you can sign up as a fundraiser or fundgiver and learn more about the hospitals that are the beneficiaries of your time and effort.
And finally, thanks. If you’re volunteering or spectating, thanks for helping and encouraging. If you choose to donate, thanks for contributing. If you’re taking part, thanks for putting in the time and effort. In fact thanks to all of you for anything you can do for two very worthy causes.