Ten Trinity Square Private Club, one of the City’s finest private members clubs, has partnered with ultra-sporting club, Somerton, for a series of talks and events, offering members exclusive access to a bank of professional athletes and coaches. With sports fans’ minds already turning to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, the talks have been based around some of Team GBs finest events such as triathlon, shooting, rowing and cycling.
To mark the beginning of the series, double Olympic Gold triathlete, Alistair Brownlee MBA hosted a talk on his sporting career and introduced the first challenge to Ten Trinity Square members at the Club on Wednesday 21 November. Alistair provided valuable insight and tips for members interested in triathlon and considering taking part in upcoming local events such as the Blenheim Palace Triathlon in May 2020.
As part of the partnership, Ten Trinity Square members will have the opportunity to work with Somerton on tailored training programmes designed by their exclusive book of Elite Coaches who will guide and support the participants throughout their training. Club members have full access to the Spa and fitness facilities at Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, one of the best hotel gym and spa facilities in London, where they can complete their training.
Martin Armstrong, Founder of Somerton, commented: “Somerton is extremely excited to partner with Ten Trinity Square to bring their members a series of sporting challenges designed to test mind and body. We are looking forward to giving members the chance to experience how to train like a true Olympian and be mentored by some of the best and most awarded athletes and coaches in the country.”’
The partnership with Somerton is an extension of Ten Trinity Square Private Club’s positioning as a hub of debate and discovery, offering exclusive events and experiences to its members. The series of speakers and challenges will continue throughout 2020, with names such as Peter Wilson MBE, Helen Glover MBE, Jazz Carlin, Georgia Davies and Lizzie (Deignan) Armistead.