How to enter the Callala Triathlon Festival
- Triathlon: Swim 1.5km, Bike 40km, Run 10km
- Swimming: Swim 1.5km, Bike 40km
- Triathlon: Swim 0.75km, Bike 20km, Run 5km
- Triathlon: Swim 0.2km, Bike 8km, Run 2km
Callala Triathlon Festival routes
Swim 1.5 Km
The swim course takes you in Jervis Bay. The standard distance swim will start and finish on the beach adjacent the community hall car-park.
Bike 40 Km
Athletes will commence the bike course at the Callala Beach Community Hall car-park. After exiting the water, athletes will run up the barricaded passageway and into the Transition Area. Athletes will push their own bicycle to the roadway and commence the cycle let at the appropriate official start line marked on Quay Rd for the one lap bike course.
Cyclists will mount their bicycle on Quay Rd and head along Centre St then left onto Callala Beach Rd. Cyclists will continue west along Forest Rd to a turnaround point. At this point, cyclists will do a u-turn and return along the same route back to the transition area.
Run 10 Km
The Callala Beach Standard distance run course will be a 1 lap course. Runners commence the run by running out of the transition area, proceed along Centre St (running on the footpath on the left of the road), and LEFT onto King George St, continue until you reach the footpath at Myola Road. Continue along the footpath, heading into the bush trail behind the caravan park and then onto Catherine Street to a turn point near the boat ramp and then return on the same route to the finish line.
This is the latest event in triathlon circles to be added to the ITU Word Championships. Essentially it’s the same as the Standard distance, just without the run. It’s the swim then through transition 1 and onto the bike and finishing off when the athlete passes into transition 2.
Maybe you are suffering from an injury that requires non-impact activity, maybe you just don’t like to run or maybe you have another event on the horizon and don’t want to wear yourself out. With the addition of Aquabike to Callala Triathlon Festival you can now be part of the action.
Swim 1.5 Km
The course is a one lap open water triangular shaped swim in the crystal clear waters of Jervis Bay with a beach start on Huskisson Beach.
Bike 40 Km
After exiting the water, athletes will run up the southern stairs from the beach turning right onto the footpath and continue to the bike compound.
Athletes will commence the Bike Course at the northern end of White Sands Park, at the official start line marked on Hawke Street. They must walk their bike within the compound and only mount at this line.
Feel the need for speed, maybe a step up from the Super Sprint or a hit out for something bigger around the corner? Sprint racing has plenty of action and excitement as you swim, bike and run yourself around some of Australia’s most stunning locations.
Swim 750 M
The Sprint swim course will consist of a 750m, swim in Jervis Bay. The swim will start and finish on the beach adjacent the community hall car-park.
Bike 20 Km
For the 20km bike course, cyclists will mount their bicycle and head onto on Quay Rd and turn left onto Callala Beach Rd until they reach Forest Rd intersection for a left turn. Cyclists will continue west along Forest Rd to the turnaround point. At this point, cyclists will do a u-turn and return along the same route back to the transition area. These intersections will be manned by RMS accredited traffic controllers for the duration of the cycle legs.
Run 5 Km
The Callala Beach Triathlon run course will be 2 laps.
Runners commence the run by running out of the transition area and heading west down King George St. Continue along Myola Road footpath until the run turn. Complete the lap by returning on Myola Rd and down Quay Rd until lap turn near transition. Complete 2 laps.
Swim 200 M
Competitors will complete a 200m swim at Callala Beach in the pristine waters of Jervis Bay.
Bike 8 Km
The 8km bike course is a one lap course. Follow Quay Rd east from transition and turn left onto Callala Beach Rd. Cyclists will continue north along Callala Beach Rd until the turn around point near the intersection of Forest Road. Return along the same route back to the transition area.
Run 2 Km (Or Walk If You Like)
The run course will be a 1 lap 2 km course. Runners commence the run by running out of the transition area and heading west down King George St and onto the Myola footpath until the run turn. Complete the lap by heading down Quay Rd into transition.
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Callala Triathlon Festival weather forecast
Clear throughout the day.
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