A Triathlon is a race that involves 3 separate sections which must be completed one after another. The people who participate in Triathlons are known as Triathletes and come from a large variety of fitness, age, and social backgrounds.
Whatever your age, experience or ability, these events are for everyone. Over the past 15 years, the sport of Triathlon has grown hugely in popularity due to its social aspects and challenging nature, as well as a very strong ‘beginner friendly’ culture.
The 3 sections of the triathlon are:
- Swim first
- Bike second
- Run last
|Date||Friday 30 September 2022|
|Venue||Woodlands School, Hutton Manor, Essex|
|Format||Team and Individual – Boys and Girls|
|How to Enter||Click here to enter|
|Risk Assesment||TRIATHLON RISK ASSESS. 2019|
|Entries Close||Friday 17 September (or when event is full)|
National Governing Body
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|Gender||Boys and Girls|
|Entries Open||Monday 10 January 2022|
|How to enter
|Organisers||ISA Sports Team – email@example.com|
National Governing Body
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Maximum number of entries is 4 per gender, per race
|Race||Age (as at 31st December of current year)||Booking links||Swim (yards)/Max time||Bike (km)||Run (km)|
As well as an individual competition, there will also be a team competition. Each team is made up of four individuals and there will be prizes for overall boys and overall girls (top 4 competitors count towards team points).
- Event Information – Use as guidance for 2020 event
- ISA Triathlon map (2019)
- Risk Assesment form 2019
- British Triathlon – Know The Rules
- British Triathlon Competition Rules 2019
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