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!)
par David Au départ 13 heures pour mon premier triathlon. Pour 1500 m de natation, n'étant pas un grand nageur, une seule chose m'obsédait… et si je n'y arrivais pas. Je m'étais vraiment entraîné énormément et là contre toute attente je suis sorti en 38 minutes. J’ai pris mon vélo ...Read More
Super-Sprint (XS) distance At 9 am, it was the XS triathlon. For several, it was the first time doing an open-water swim in a wetsuit, a new transition challenge! 400m swim in warm-yet-murky lake (dead fish, anyone?) 13km bike with the a very, very gradual uphill in the middle 3 km ...Read More
I had been told and I had read at great length that Lanzarote was one of the toughest races on the circuit but nevertheless, I was not entirely prepared for what was ahead. The swim was a mass beach start of some 1800 people, mitigated by the narrow funnel used ...Read More
Ahh the trouble you can get into with an attractive woman and a bottle of wine... Needless to say that was a friend passing around a "sign up" sheet to do Ironman Lanzarote 2015.... Nearly a year later...I'm back in Lanzarote with sun still below the horizon on the beach ...Read More
It was during a dinner with the girls in February that Clea announced she was leaving Paris in May and that it would be a good idea for us to provide her a personal escort over to London by bike from Paris. So, on Friday morning, Kathryn, Georgia and Meg ...Read More
by Ozlem My first triathlon experience can be summarized as a culmination of feelings, which end at great satisfaction. Feelings include excitement, nervousness, self doubt, fear about injury, but once the ball starts rolling the training of the last two months starts to show its results, and calm and collected ...Read More
MAY 8-10 , 2015 Lots of different experiences here, ...by Aurélie Thinking of the “Very Bad Trip” movie, I could say that ‘What happens in Quiberon stays in Quiberon’. But, since it was a very good, even extraordinary trip, we have to share about this Tri Camp experience! Under the ...Read More
by Karen This was the 17th annual race for Handicap Intl which departed from the Pelouse de St. Cloud and took place entirely within the limits of the Bois de Boulogne. There were 1 and 2km distances for children, 5 or 10km adult races, and a 5km walk. As there ...Read More
by Marie Anne Lagedamond The Aquathlon de Paris was organized by the Club des Nageurs de Paris in the 50m pool Roger Le Gall in the 12th arrondt. The race distance was 300m swim / 2k run. Having experienced the Expatriés Super Sprint organization makes all the other local triathlon/aquathlon ...Read More
Expatriés member Tom Scott shared his experience of last Sunday's Aix Half-Ironman: Was a great day for it with an early start at the Lake of Peyrolles, 20KM from Aix. We all took buses early Sunday morning starting around 05:15. Plenty of time to do final bike preparation. The swim was ...Read More