The Chairperson – Michelle Furness
Event Organiser – Simon Reynolds
Has a cycling background from the days of when gear levers were on frames and a compact was something women used on their face. A GB age group athlete, who gets all the ducks in a row for our 2 open races, which are becoming more successful each year.
Treasurer – David Purvis
A former winner of athlete’s athlete of the year when he did 3 Iron distance races and a few halves in 1 season. He looks after our money and liaises with providers to ensure members get the most for their membership.
Secretary – Gillian Donaldson
Assistant Chairperson – Raymond Christie
Assistant Secretary- Katie McCormack
Webmaster / Communications – Mark Christie
Membership Secretary – Colin Hall
Regional Representative – Melanie Haughan
Welfare Officer – Alistair Reid
Junior Representative – Mya Christie
“Regional Young Volunteer of the year” Mya has competed in Tristar 2,3 and youth. She is the link between the children and the committee, ensuring the young people have a voice that is heard and acted upon.
Social Event Organiser – John Doyle
Its not all Training, and every now and again we have socials, parties and presentations. When it comes to providing a place to host such things – John is indeed a Legend!
Kit Manager – Carol Stutchbury
Has competed in many triathlons including the bike leg of Iron Distance. When it comes to keeping us all looking dapper, Carol is our Kit Kat
General committee members
Sun City Coaching Team
- Mark Christie Level 2 Tri
- Steve Robertson: Level 2 Tri
- Gordon Stutchbury: Level 2 Tri
- David Purvis: Level 2 Tri
- Simon Reynolds Level 2 Tri
- Chris Redfern: Level 2 Tri
- Catherine McKie Level 2 Tri
- Anthony Parry: Level 1 Tri
- Luke McCormack: Level 1 Tri
- Colin Hall: Level 1 Tri
- Lee James: Level 1 Tri
- Maria Wilson: Level 1 Tri
- Alistair Reid: Level 1 Tri
- Michelle Furness: Level 1 Tri
- Colin Story: Level 1 Tri
The Sun City committee meet every other month in addition to the yearly AGM. If your interested – ask where we will be and pop along.
The AGM’s are the formal meetings required by our constitution and we’ll arrange other more or less formal ones as required, if major events crop up and need discussing. The constitution also allows for calling Extraordinary General Meetings (EGMs) if required.
Don’t panic if this sounds a bit formal. The club’s actually really friendly and informal, but we need to make sure all the official boxes get ticked along the way! Any member can raise issues at any time, and there’ll usually be at least one committee member present at a training session. In that sense every training session is a club meeting so come along and get stuck in!
We’re lucky to have experienced and enthusiastic coaches in the club who can help you get the most out of your triathlon training. They can all provide you with general advice and tips and one or more will usually be present at the organised training sessions.