In our ‘STC Transition Talk’ series we sit down with one of our members to find out more about them, how they got involved in triathlon and what they’ve got lined up for the year to come.
In the first edition we sat down with Bing Jones, 65. He has lived in Sheffield for 40 years and is the proud owner of an old person’s bus pass. He has given up some time to answer some questions for STC.
We were lucky to have an opportunity to talk to one of our new members, Hannah Peel. Not to be confused with one of our other members, Hannah Peel, her dear friend and namesake. Hannah “Not That Hannah Peel” Peel, 35, was born in Sheffield and returned to her first love after moving away for a few years.
The next edition of STC Transition Talk is here. Today we have the pleasure of talking to Sally Ann Smith, 64, is a southern softie who ventured north over 30 years ago and never looked back. She is a key member of our club and can often be found helping to organise club run events and coordinating teams on race day. She is one half of the Scampi Collective (along with Jim Lafferty) who believes physical endeavours should be reward with good food afterwards!
Sarah first moved to Sheffield over 25 years ago for University and for the rock climbing. Now she spends her time climbing up onto the podium in STC colours.
Transition Talk is back for 2019 and we sat down to talk with Paula Edwards, one of our ride leaders on our STC Easy Paced Group Rides.