Why become a member?

There are lots of benefits to being a member of Mid Sussex Tri Club, for one you get to hang out with nice people!
Apart from that we are affiliated to a number of official sporty organisations, have regular training sessions and loads of resources for you to tap into.

How can I join?

If you would like to become a member please complete our membership registration form.

Members Code of Conduct

As a member of Mid Sussex Triathlon Club you are expected to abide by the following Members' Code of Conduct:

  • Respect the rights, dignity and worth of all Club members and participants, treating everyone equally.
  • Promote the positive aspects of the sport and never use or condone the use of inappropriate or abusive language, inappropriate relationships, bullying, harassment, discrimination, violence or conduct that may be construed as unethical.
  • Show respect and consideration for the safety and welfare of others.
  • Support and encourage good sporting practice by abiding by rules and laws, respecting coaches, referees or officials' decisions.
  • Encourage and support members with training, participation in and the development of triathlon and related multisport events and competition.

Club Rules

Mid Sussex Triathlon Club is passionate about promoting and encouraging participation in and the development of our sport. We adopt and adhere to British Triathlon's Equality and Diversity Policy and Anti-Doping Policy. It is important we project a positive image of the club to the general public.

By joining the club you agree to;

  • Not bring the club into disrepute. 
  • Adhere to the club Code of Conduct, Club Constitution, and the British Triathlon rules and policies including British Triathlon's Equality and Diversity Policy and Anti-Doping Policy.
  • Conduct yourself in a manner that takes all reasonable measures to protect your own safety and the safety of others.
  • Accept responsibility for your own behaviour and conduct. Members participate in all training sessions, races and other events at their own risk. It is the responsibility of the member to ensure that they are fit to participate.
  • Wear suitable clothing and protection for each of the club training sessions e.g. cycling safety helmets are compulsory when riding a bike, bright coloured hats when swimming in open water and reflective clothing at night.
  • Behave in a sportsman like way to other competitors, obey all rules of any event you are competing in and accept the decisions of race officials and referees.

What do our members think?

Mark Jordan, Former Club Chair

"The main focus of this club is to help and encourage people to have a go at our sport and to do so in a friendly and helpful environment. We have a good number of members who regularly represent Great Britain and Ireland at international events. We are intensely proud of them but we are just as proud of the member who completes their first event, or achieves some some other goal, whether it is in training or otherwise. This is what marks this club out; we want to be supportive and encouraging and not have any form of elitism. You will be hard pressed to find a better club to join."

Mark Jordan, Former Club Chair
Laurie Anderson, New Member

"We can't believe how much we've achieved and how much we have to thank everyone at the club for, your ever smiling faces, endless tips and general awesomeness to name but a few. We could not have done it without you all."

Laurie Anderson, New Member