Welcome to Expatriés, the international triathlon club of Paris.
We take part in multi-sports events all over France, such as Triathlon, Duathlon, Aquathlon, Bike and Runs, as well as Swim, Bike and Run races.
We’re open to all nationalities, and offer a unique way to discover the world of multi-sports, focusing on enjoying the sport and making friends.
- Take part in one of our FREE training sessions. Most of our weekly training sessions are free of charge, and open to everyone.
To sign up, go to our meetup site, or use the links under “Upcoming training” on the right.
- Find out about upcoming events and promotions by signing up for our newsletter.
- Learn about the benefits of becoming a member (like getting to swim in empty pools!)
Tri Camp in the Vaucluse April 2017 Last week from April 8-15, Alexandra took part in the first tri camp of the year in L'Isle sur la Sorgue in the heart of the scenic Vaucluse. The camp, (advertised last winter in our newsletter) was organized by Julien Paquet*, SBR coaching ...Read More
EcoTrail 18km – 18 March 2017 by Guillaume This year I joined some friends of mine to complete my first trail ever. And what is better than changing from all the habitual cars and buildings of Paris? Running in the woods from Meudon to Saint-Cloud, just outside of Paris. It ...Read More
We are so lucky to have had Guillaume Arthus from Runnexplorer with us at our event at Piscine Henry de Montherlant. He made his first ever triathlon video just for us.The event included 300m of swimming in Piscine Henry de Montherlant, followed by 7km cycling on a Wattbike, closing with ...Read More
Triathletes are naturally suspicious of swim competitions, as often the requirement is do something other than hours or Front Crawl, however thanks to the motivation of Antoine we found a record number of team members willing to get involved. So many participants in fact that we dared to enter 2 teams ...Read More
Getxo Triathlon - M distance - 16 October 2016 by Deidre Derworiz The Getxo triathlon is part of the Santander race series in Spain and includes both M and S distances. I did the M (‘Olympico’) distance. The most difficult part of the race was figuring out how to sign ...Read More
Barcelona S - 9 October 2016 by Camille Poulet So my first triathlon (Sprint) in Barcelona ! I have been to Barcelona several times, so I was not stressed about the location. But I have never before competed in a triathlon, so that was a surprise for me. I ...Read More
Ironman Barcelona - 2 October 2016 by Tom Scott I arrived in Calella friday evening after flying across to Barcelona and then taking the train up - just enough time in the evening to sort my bike out then continue carbo loading in a local restaurant with Julien, Rebecca and ...Read More
Natureman Triathlon - 2k/90K/20k - Verdon, France - 2 October 2016 by Alexandra Messenger Natureman : la der de 2016 / the best for last… There are some races that affect you and are priceless and worth several weeks of training for a few minutes of unforgettable images with scenery for ...Read More
Triathlon d'Amiens - Olympic Distance - 25 September 2016 As told by Chief Race Office Sean Hurst After racing a few weeks ago on the other side of the world it was back to reality for Cat with a catch up race for Challenge points after missing Chantilly. These 'local' ...Read More
Trialong L distance - Bois le Roi - 18 September 2016 by Louis Leclerc About the race: Classic L, 1.9km swim in two loops + two loops of 47km in bike, not hilly (about 200D+ if I'm right) + a semi-marathon in the woods, in three 7km loops. I guess ...Read More