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MAY11
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Byron Bay Triathlon
Byron Bay, NSW, Australia

N.B. The Start Times are a very vague estimate at this stage - you will be sent your exact wave time when all of the registrations are shut. WIth that all said....

Bring on 2019 and the 24th Byron Bay Tri!

On Saturday 11 May 2019, escape to incomparable Byron for an iconic multi-fun weekend.

With a proud history spanning over 20 years, the Byron Bay Triathlon has built its reputation by attracting a wide range of triathletes young and old, professional and amateur alike to one of the nations most iconic and memorable locations. Position at the end of the Triathlon Australia season, the Byron Tri is a celebration of the sport and the locale a memorable and truly Byron experience that is like no other.

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Byron Bay Triathlon

24-26 Bay St, Byron Bay NSW 2481, AustraliaView event
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N.B. The Start Times are a very vague estimate at this stage - you will be sent your exact wave time when all of the registrations are shut. WIth that all said....

Bring on 2019 and the 24th Byron Bay Tri!

On Saturday 11 May 2019, escape to incomparable Byron for an iconic multi-fun weekend.

With a proud history spanning over 20 years, the Byron Bay Triathlon has built its reputation by attracting a wide range of triathletes young and old, professional and amateur alike to one of the nations most iconic and memorable locations. Position at the end of the Triathlon Australia season, the Byron Tri is a celebration of the sport and the locale a memorable and truly Byron experience that is like no other.

AUD $37 - AUD $377.50
Byron Bay Triathlon
APR27
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TreX Championships
Landsborough, QLD, Australia

The TreX Championships is hosted in Landsborough in the heart of Queenslands Naturally Refreshing Sunshine Coast. Based on the banks of spectacular Ewen Maddock dam this course offers the very best of the Sunshine Coast hinterland with its rainforest trails and fern-filled bushland.

The course includes some of the best fast and flowing single track mountain bike trails, and gritty off road running trails found anywhere in Australia and includes a standard distance, sprint, junior, dirt kids, duathlon and aquabike courses.

Add to this a MultiSport Weekend including the Sunshine Coast MTB Festival and youve got a not to be missed action packed weekend of off road adventure for the entire family.

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TreX Championships

Camp Koongamoon Environment and Rec Centre Access, Landsborough QLD 4550, AustraliaView event
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The TreX Championships is hosted in Landsborough in the heart of Queenslands Naturally Refreshing Sunshine Coast. Based on the banks of spectacular Ewen Maddock dam this course offers the very best of the Sunshine Coast hinterland with its rainforest trails and fern-filled bushland.

The course includes some of the best fast and flowing single track mountain bike trails, and gritty off road running trails found anywhere in Australia and includes a standard distance, sprint, junior, dirt kids, duathlon and aquabike courses.

Add to this a MultiSport Weekend including the Sunshine Coast MTB Festival and youve got a not to be missed action packed weekend of off road adventure for the entire family.

AUD $25 - AUD $170
TreX Championships
MAY4
Sunsmart Ironman 70.3 Busselton
Busselton, WA, Australia

The SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton event, formally the WA Long Course Triathlon Championships, found a new home in Busselton in 2002 after 17 years on Rottnest Island and a year at Margaret River. Over time the event has grown in stature and the number of participants each year. The Media profile of the event continues to expand annually with the event broadcast national and strong media partnerships facilitating significant exposure both locally, nationally and internationally.

SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton is one of the largest events of its type in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. Many spectators line the foreshore of Busselton to cheer on the athletes.

Busselton itself offers an endless amount of activities, from shopping to surfing to whale watching - there is something for everyone to enjoy. The Busselton Town Center is home to a variety of restaurants, wine bars and local pubs that all offer a unique dining experience. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner overlooking the picturesque Geographe Bay from many of the restaurants in the Town Center. There are endless amounts of water activities such as the Underwater Observatory, HMAS Swan Dive Wreck, scuba diving and the Nautical Lady Entertainment Park. While visiting, head to the Ludlow Tuart Forest, which is the last tuart forest in the world!

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Sunsmart Ironman 70.3 Busselton

44 Causeway Rd, Busselton WA 6280, AustraliaView event
1 review
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From the organiser

The SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton event, formally the WA Long Course Triathlon Championships, found a new home in Busselton in 2002 after 17 years on Rottnest Island and a year at Margaret River. Over time the event has grown in stature and the number of participants each year. The Media profile of the event continues to expand annually with the event broadcast national and strong media partnerships facilitating significant exposure both locally, nationally and internationally.

SunSmart IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton is one of the largest events of its type in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. Many spectators line the foreshore of Busselton to cheer on the athletes.

Busselton itself offers an endless amount of activities, from shopping to surfing to whale watching - there is something for everyone to enjoy. The Busselton Town Center is home to a variety of restaurants, wine bars and local pubs that all offer a unique dining experience. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner overlooking the picturesque Geographe Bay from many of the restaurants in the Town Center. There are endless amounts of water activities such as the Underwater Observatory, HMAS Swan Dive Wreck, scuba diving and the Nautical Lady Entertainment Park. While visiting, head to the Ludlow Tuart Forest, which is the last tuart forest in the world!

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  • Did the event in 2011

    Brilliant organisation, fantastic holiday location and a fast, flat course. Definitely favours strong swimmers and bikers whilst the run loop is great for supporters.
AUD $360 - AUD $415
Sunsmart Ironman 70.3 Busselton
MAY5
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Sprint Series Adventure Race

GREAT NEWS - The Sprint Series Adventure Race is back with a new spectacular location at the start of the Great Ocean Road!

This awesome race course is a secret, however it consists of a paddle in either river or ocean, the ride is on an exciting mountain bike trail, the run is along the scenic coastline- all navigation based.

The event is open for teams of two and offers a fun active day out in an amazing location on the Coast. Two courses: longer Classic course and shorter Novice course. ENJOY!

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Sprint Series Adventure Race

Lysterfield Lake, S Break, Lysterfield VIC 3156, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

GREAT NEWS - The Sprint Series Adventure Race is back with a new spectacular location at the start of the Great Ocean Road!

This awesome race course is a secret, however it consists of a paddle in either river or ocean, the ride is on an exciting mountain bike trail, the run is along the scenic coastline- all navigation based.

The event is open for teams of two and offers a fun active day out in an amazing location on the Coast. Two courses: longer Classic course and shorter Novice course. ENJOY!

AUD $208
Sprint Series Adventure Race
MAY5
Ironman Australia
Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia

Australias oldest IRONMAN event is returning to the stunning town of Port Macquarie.

This superb course offers a unique challenge set along Port Macquaries spectacular waterfront and throughout the scenic coastal region. Swim the calm protected waters of Hastings river, ride along the Pacific ocean, and run in the heart of Port Macquarie a course renowned for its energetic sideline support from the local community.

This year the Oceania TriClub Championship continues the truly regional TriClub rivalry that Port Macquarie is so famous for.

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Ironman Australia

Hastings rural sales, Shop 22, Peachtree walk, Port Macquarie NSW 2444, AustraliaView event
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From the organiser

Australias oldest IRONMAN event is returning to the stunning town of Port Macquarie.

This superb course offers a unique challenge set along Port Macquaries spectacular waterfront and throughout the scenic coastal region. Swim the calm protected waters of Hastings river, ride along the Pacific ocean, and run in the heart of Port Macquarie a course renowned for its energetic sideline support from the local community.

This year the Oceania TriClub Championship continues the truly regional TriClub rivalry that Port Macquarie is so famous for.

AUD $895
Ironman Australia
MAY11
Australian Corporate Triathlon Series Gold Coast

What an amazing place to wind up the Australian Corporate Triathlon Series. This event is spectacular with its sheltered swim, flat fast cycle course, and picturesque run.

If you are new to the series, the Australian Corporate Triathlon Series is a fantastic fun team event to build camaraderie and challenge your colleagues to take their health and wellbeing to another level.

If you've never done a triathlon before this event is a great introduction to the sport as the distances are set at a beginner level and caters for all fitness types. More importantly its all about creating excitement around the office in the lead up and having a heap of fun on event day.

As this weekend leads into the Labour Day public holiday, and with Seaworld down the road, why not plan a long weekend packed with fun for the whole family?!

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Australian Corporate Triathlon Series Gold Coast

Doug Jennings Park, Seaworld Dr, Main Beach QLD 4217, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

What an amazing place to wind up the Australian Corporate Triathlon Series. This event is spectacular with its sheltered swim, flat fast cycle course, and picturesque run.

If you are new to the series, the Australian Corporate Triathlon Series is a fantastic fun team event to build camaraderie and challenge your colleagues to take their health and wellbeing to another level.

If you've never done a triathlon before this event is a great introduction to the sport as the distances are set at a beginner level and caters for all fitness types. More importantly its all about creating excitement around the office in the lead up and having a heap of fun on event day.

As this weekend leads into the Labour Day public holiday, and with Seaworld down the road, why not plan a long weekend packed with fun for the whole family?!

AUD $285 - AUD $370
Australian Corporate Triathlon Series Gold Coast
JUN9
Ironman 70.3 Cairns

IRONMAN 70.3 Cairns features a course memorable for the swim in the warm waters of Tropical North Queensland, the bike leg that travels up arguably the most scenic coastal roads in Australia towards Port Douglas and run that includes the Cairns boardwalk before finishing in the heart of the city of Cairns.

IRONMAN 70.3 Cairns was launched in 2011 and takes athletes along the same course as the renowned Cairns Airport IRONMAN Cairns from reef to rainforest. The bike leg takes athletes up the Captain Cook Highway where the coastline views are spectacular.

IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Qualifying Race. There are 30 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.

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Ironman 70.3 Cairns

54 Esplanade, Cairns City QLD 4870, AustraliaView event
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From the organiser

IRONMAN 70.3 Cairns features a course memorable for the swim in the warm waters of Tropical North Queensland, the bike leg that travels up arguably the most scenic coastal roads in Australia towards Port Douglas and run that includes the Cairns boardwalk before finishing in the heart of the city of Cairns.

IRONMAN 70.3 Cairns was launched in 2011 and takes athletes along the same course as the renowned Cairns Airport IRONMAN Cairns from reef to rainforest. The bike leg takes athletes up the Captain Cook Highway where the coastline views are spectacular.

IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Qualifying Race. There are 30 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.

AUD $405 - AUD $475
Ironman 70.3 Cairns
AUG17
Townsville Triathlon Festival
North Ward, QLD, Australia

The Townsville Triathlon Festival is entering its 17th year and is established as a significant race on the National Triathlon circuit having hosted a World Age Group Qualifying Olympic Distance race in 2014 and 2015, 2017 and 2018. The Festival is the proud home of the the North Queensland Club Championships, testimony to the quality of the course and event itself.

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Townsville Triathlon Festival

Strand Park, North Ward QLD 4810, AustraliaView event
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From the organiser

The Townsville Triathlon Festival is entering its 17th year and is established as a significant race on the National Triathlon circuit having hosted a World Age Group Qualifying Olympic Distance race in 2014 and 2015, 2017 and 2018. The Festival is the proud home of the the North Queensland Club Championships, testimony to the quality of the course and event itself.

AUD $50 - AUD $190
Townsville Triathlon Festival
SEP8
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Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast

A world class course taking in highlights of the region from country to coast. Competitors will take in the best that Mooloolaba has to offer, starting with a swim off the surf beach followed by a fast bike course. The run will tie up the days exciting events with a two lap course around Mooloolabas Esplanade cheered on by spectators.

A spectacular location with everything you need just steps from the beach, including an amazing surfside transition. Enjoy the experience of finishing on Mooloolaba Esplanade then wander to recovery on the beach to relax after your big day.

The perfect sunny escape with great restaurants, beaches and attractions. Perfectly located in the heart of Queensland's Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba Beach offers the perfect year-round climate and is an ideal location for a sporting event, a relaxing family vacation or just a great place to escape to. The relaxing atmosphere of the Sunshine Coast, the friendly people and the endless scenic beauty of Mooloolaba Beach make it a hugely popular destination to visit. IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast provides a fitting warm-up for those athletes heading over to Kona to take on the IRONMAN World Championship.

IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast will offer 30 slots to the 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.

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Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast

33 Smith St, Mooloolaba QLD 4557, AustraliaView event
8 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

A world class course taking in highlights of the region from country to coast. Competitors will take in the best that Mooloolaba has to offer, starting with a swim off the surf beach followed by a fast bike course. The run will tie up the days exciting events with a two lap course around Mooloolabas Esplanade cheered on by spectators.

A spectacular location with everything you need just steps from the beach, including an amazing surfside transition. Enjoy the experience of finishing on Mooloolaba Esplanade then wander to recovery on the beach to relax after your big day.

The perfect sunny escape with great restaurants, beaches and attractions. Perfectly located in the heart of Queensland's Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba Beach offers the perfect year-round climate and is an ideal location for a sporting event, a relaxing family vacation or just a great place to escape to. The relaxing atmosphere of the Sunshine Coast, the friendly people and the endless scenic beauty of Mooloolaba Beach make it a hugely popular destination to visit. IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast provides a fitting warm-up for those athletes heading over to Kona to take on the IRONMAN World Championship.

IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast will offer 30 slots to the 2020 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.

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  • Did the event in 2016

    Raced this as part of the 70.3 World Championships and loved it. Tough but great course and whole set-up was set to impress. Apart from ridiculously long registration queues (it was a world champs so high volume of athletes - had to delay registration by a day), it was well organised.The welcome banquet and briefing was a bit congested and not very well thought-through - it was table service food which meant that if you didn't get a seat at a table (which I didn't, due to lack of space), then you didn't get any food. I think it should have been a buffet as this would have worked much better given the volume of athletes.Transition was huge and well constructed but unlike normal 70.3 races, you didn't have access to the bags on race morning. Not an issue for me but can cause issues if you are used to racing the 70.3 circuit and they suddenly change the regular rules (at least for us Europeans).The course was beautiful - a choppy sea swim in warm water, a largely flat bike course (far too much drafting - again they probably didn't think through the volume of athletes here) apart from one massively steep but short hill and a few other lumpy bits, and a hilly tough run which took its toll on the legs!Maybe just me but I felt like there could have been an extra aid station on the run as after the 5k turnaround point there wasn't one for a while.Finish line was good but not as impressive as some other non world championship races I have done, becvause it was in quite a confined area in the town.Other than these small points it was a great race. The location is absolutely mind blowing - an hour from Brisbane, the Sunshine coast is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been and the nature is incredible. The beaches are some of the best in the world. This region of Australia in general seems like it has a very high standard of living.Would definitely recommend but make a holiday out of it if you are travelling from Europe!
  • Did the event in 2016

    General pointsHaving travelled to the other side of the world I expected a little more from Ironman than what they delivered.  Maybe my expectations were too high for the 70.3 World Championships in Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast. As is always the case, Ironman charge more for this race because it is the World Champs.  Being charged more for the event does tend to elevate your expectations for race organisation and race experience. To add to this I was emailed two weeks before the race and notified that I needed an Australian licence - an extra £10.  I now know that this was not true and that my membership of the BTF was sufficient. However I bought it at the time as the email said I couldn’t race without it.  I suspect if I asked for a refund it would not be forthcoming.I was disappointed that the race was not clearly marked out before the event.  In most European races it is possible to ride the course stress free, knowing the roads are all clearly marked usually with little M Dots on the road.  While some of the route was marked – it was not easy to follow.  I did try to ride some of the route but the section of the course which leads out of the town is very busy.  I would not recommend riding this part of the course while the roads are not closed. It is also not possible to ride the motorway section of the course prior to the event for obvious reasons. In short – if you want to do a bike recce and decent ride prior to the race you will need a car to ride out to the quieter roads and a good map.  Wave startsThe wave start system they used at the race was a bit convoluted and not in AG order. My AG (40 – 44) went at 0715 with the slower female (50 +) athletes starting 15mins ahead of us.  This meant we caught them pretty soon in the water, not great for us, but worse for them as they were swum over.  It also meant transition was very congested when you ran through.  Some of the athletes did not start until after 0800 – so they had to wait nearly 2hrs for their start as transition had closed at 0600hrs – not great. Transition area.This was the worst transition area I have ever seen at an Ironman event.  It was long and thin (around a 1km in length) and the space for racking was too tight. In addition to this there was limited room to manoeuvre your bike from the racking area and then run with it to the mount line. The area was just not large enough for the large numbers involved and they didn’t have enough racking.SwimThe swim was a deep-water start with a well-marked 750m swim to the first swim buoy and left turn – all very easy to navigate with no real issues with other swimmers of the same AG.  That said the slower swimmers from previous waves did become an issue in the latter stages of the swim.  Luckily on race morning the water was flat and pretty easy to navigate, with lots of buoys and surf boards in the water.  It was noticeably a lot rougher with big swell in the days leading up to and after the event. In future events here I expect they may get rough water which would make the swim quite a challenge.BikeThe bike course was well marked and marshalled. All the roads were fully closed and I didn’t see one car during the whole race.  A large majority of the bike route was on a flat section of motorway, which created massive packs of riders in the big AG waves.  This will always happen when you have 3000 athletes racing on flat roads but they could have staggered the start more to break this up.  The second section of the route was more interesting with a short sharp hill and a double loop configuration.  This double loop did create issues as riders had to cross the line of other athletes. Furthermore if not recced the laps could have been confusing and Slowtwitch have reported that over 50 athletes missed a loop.  Not a particularly easy 2 lap system, as a former event coordinator I would have been nervous about this route.  Athletes are too busy racing hard to be thinking about a complicated 2 lap system within a 90km bike course and the chances were high that some would get it wrong. As it transpired many athletes will be disappointed to have a DNF on their CV.  That said – in previous years the route had simply gone up and down the motorway and I do think the hillier section of the route provided much needed interest on the bike and served to break up groups of riders.Aid stations where good, but I don’t really use them on a short race. RunThe run took you out on a double out and back along the beach and was very well supported especially at the Mooloolaba end of the route. It was reasonably flat for the most part with a small hill in the first 1km. It was also very well marked with lots of room to overtake.  Or should I say be overtaken!  Aid stations provided good nutrition and were really well manned and supported.  My only concern was  the taste of the water on a couple of the aid stations. A spectator later told me that they were using water directly from the hosepipe and as such it needed to be treated with sterilisation tablets.  It didn’t taste great and I was worried about the quality, but have had no side effects yet.The Aussie volunteers were great and always happy to help throughout the day.  Even picking up the bike after the race, sometimes a bit of a nightmare, was a pain free experience. So in summary, I can’t really put my finger on it but this race lacked a little razzmatazz and the excitement that I normally associate with Ironman events.  The race location in the heart of the Sunshine Coast is beautiful and has fabulous accommodation and family attractions – and of course Australia is a great place for a holiday. However – as a race experience I would not recommend this as an event to travel to the other side of the world for – even if it was the World Champs.
  • Did the event in 2016

    My first one: very high level
AUD $405 - AUD $475
Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast
OCT6
Napean Triathlon

Australia's Oldest Triathlon - Multiple Olympians, Ironman World Champions and 4 remaining legends. The long history of the Nepean Triathlon is as colourful as the outfits that have been worn in this sport over the years. Its iconic, its fast and a great event to challenge your mates. Join over 1,000 people to take on the race that has drawn athletes from all over the world for nearly 40 years.

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Napean Triathlon

Sydney International Regatta Centre, Gate A, Old Castlereagh Rd, Castlereagh NSW 2749, AustraliaView event
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From the organiser

Australia's Oldest Triathlon - Multiple Olympians, Ironman World Champions and 4 remaining legends. The long history of the Nepean Triathlon is as colourful as the outfits that have been worn in this sport over the years. Its iconic, its fast and a great event to challenge your mates. Join over 1,000 people to take on the race that has drawn athletes from all over the world for nearly 40 years.

AUD $35 - AUD $150
Napean Triathlon
NOV15
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Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay
Huskisson, NSW, Australia

The stunning Jervis Bay, NSW is the home to The Long Course Weekend (LCW) in 2019. The unique event lasts three days and this fun, inclusive format is ideal for clubs, training groups and families to come along and enjoy the benefits of training and racing together.

The weekend kicks off on Friday evening, where the LCW athletes have The Jervis Bay Swim to complete a 3.8km open water swim that takes place at Jervis Bay. The Swim also has a 1.9km and 950m distances.

On Saturday the attention turns to The Jervis Bay Grand Fondo, a 180km ride of undulating countryside that also incorporates 90km and 45km distances to attract athletes of all abilities.

To finish the weekend, the athletes will complete The Run a 42.2km marathon taking in the beautiful coastline of Jervis Bay and Huskinson. There is also a 21.1km run and a 10km run which allows everyone to be involved.

More than 1500 competitors are expected to attend the LCW with approximately 300 athletes attempting to receive the Long Course Weekend medal, which entails completing all three of the longest distances. Successful LCW athletes will be awarded with the LCW medal and polo shirt at the finish line presentation on Sunday after the marathon.

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Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay

17 Hawke St, Huskisson NSW 2540, AustraliaView event
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From the organiser

The stunning Jervis Bay, NSW is the home to The Long Course Weekend (LCW) in 2019. The unique event lasts three days and this fun, inclusive format is ideal for clubs, training groups and families to come along and enjoy the benefits of training and racing together.

The weekend kicks off on Friday evening, where the LCW athletes have The Jervis Bay Swim to complete a 3.8km open water swim that takes place at Jervis Bay. The Swim also has a 1.9km and 950m distances.

On Saturday the attention turns to The Jervis Bay Grand Fondo, a 180km ride of undulating countryside that also incorporates 90km and 45km distances to attract athletes of all abilities.

To finish the weekend, the athletes will complete The Run a 42.2km marathon taking in the beautiful coastline of Jervis Bay and Huskinson. There is also a 21.1km run and a 10km run which allows everyone to be involved.

More than 1500 competitors are expected to attend the LCW with approximately 300 athletes attempting to receive the Long Course Weekend medal, which entails completing all three of the longest distances. Successful LCW athletes will be awarded with the LCW medal and polo shirt at the finish line presentation on Sunday after the marathon.

AUD $15 - AUD $330
Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay
NOV24
Ironman 70.3 Western Sydney

The Opera house, the Harbour Bridge, stunning beaches, the Blue Mountains, fun nightlife, koalas and a Worlds Best IRONMAN 70.3 race!

Voted NUMBER 1 for Overall Athlete Satisfaction by thousands of athletes around the globe, IRONMAN 70.3 Western Sydney has everything going for it. Come and experience the race everyone is talking about for yourself.

Explore amazing Sydney and race the Worlds Best IRONMAN 70.3 at the iconic Sydney International Regatta Centre.

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Ironman 70.3 Western Sydney

Sydney International Regatta Centre, Gate A, Old Castlereagh Rd, Castlereagh NSW 2749, AustraliaView event
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From the organiser

The Opera house, the Harbour Bridge, stunning beaches, the Blue Mountains, fun nightlife, koalas and a Worlds Best IRONMAN 70.3 race!

Voted NUMBER 1 for Overall Athlete Satisfaction by thousands of athletes around the globe, IRONMAN 70.3 Western Sydney has everything going for it. Come and experience the race everyone is talking about for yourself.

Explore amazing Sydney and race the Worlds Best IRONMAN 70.3 at the iconic Sydney International Regatta Centre.

AUD $365 - AUD $440
Ironman 70.3 Western Sydney
DEC1
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Ironman Western Australia – Busselton
Busselton, WA, Australia

A stalwart of the Asia Pacific triathlon scene since 2004, IRONMAN Western Australia takes place in the scenic town of Busselton, in the south-west region of the vast state of Western Australia. Incorporating the iconic Busselton Jetty, IRONMAN Western Australia is renowned worldwide for being the place to go for a personal best, with the bike and run courses amongst the flattest on the global IRONMAN circuit.

Since its debut on the Australian calendar in 2004, the IRONMAN event has seen tremendous growth, both in size and reputation among the triathlon community, and widely recognized globally as a world-class sporting event. The event has become enormously popular with athletes and spectators alike and is renowned as a spectacular destination race and holiday venue. A tribute to the City and people of Busselton who support and contribute to the huge success the event has become.

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Ironman Western Australia – Busselton

17 Foreshore Parade, Busselton WA 6280, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

A stalwart of the Asia Pacific triathlon scene since 2004, IRONMAN Western Australia takes place in the scenic town of Busselton, in the south-west region of the vast state of Western Australia. Incorporating the iconic Busselton Jetty, IRONMAN Western Australia is renowned worldwide for being the place to go for a personal best, with the bike and run courses amongst the flattest on the global IRONMAN circuit.

Since its debut on the Australian calendar in 2004, the IRONMAN event has seen tremendous growth, both in size and reputation among the triathlon community, and widely recognized globally as a world-class sporting event. The event has become enormously popular with athletes and spectators alike and is renowned as a spectacular destination race and holiday venue. A tribute to the City and people of Busselton who support and contribute to the huge success the event has become.

AUD $825 - AUD $895
Ironman Western Australia – Busselton
APR27
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TreX Championships Dirt Master

A highlight of the Sunshine Coast MultiSport Festival are the Dirt Master & Dirt Mistress Titles. Contenders for the title of Dirt Master and Dirt Mistress will take on two gruelling long course events across two days of off road action.

Events include:

Saturday AM: TreX XTri Standard Course 1500 28.5 10.5

Sunday AM: 48.5k XC MTB | Sunshine Coast XC MTB Festival

Each contender that finishes all events will be awarded the title of Dirt Master or Dirt Mistress and receive a Dirt Master Finisher T-Shirt, Finisher Medallion & be inducted into the Dirt Master Hall of Fame.

The event also includes the Mini Dirt Master and Junior Dirt Dude.

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TreX Championships Dirt Master

Camp Koongamoon Environment and Rec Centre Access, Landsborough QLD 4550, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

A highlight of the Sunshine Coast MultiSport Festival are the Dirt Master & Dirt Mistress Titles. Contenders for the title of Dirt Master and Dirt Mistress will take on two gruelling long course events across two days of off road action.

Events include:

Saturday AM: TreX XTri Standard Course 1500 28.5 10.5

Sunday AM: 48.5k XC MTB | Sunshine Coast XC MTB Festival

Each contender that finishes all events will be awarded the title of Dirt Master or Dirt Mistress and receive a Dirt Master Finisher T-Shirt, Finisher Medallion & be inducted into the Dirt Master Hall of Fame.

The event also includes the Mini Dirt Master and Junior Dirt Dude.

Booking Closed
TreX Championships Dirt Master
APR28
SBRX3

This amazing new concept is NOT the traditional swim,bike,run.

Taking place at Penrith Lakes Regatta Centre with a three-round format. The event is structured to test both the speed and endurance of every level of athlete offering athletes the opportunity to participate in a multi-round format comprising of short and sharp multi-leg events.

SBRX3 will be a maximum 3 rounds (Single for Super Sprint level athletes, Double for Sprint level athletes and Triple for the Standard distance athlete and above), with each round commencing on the hour and wave starts according to your age group. As the global sport of triathlon is forever changing, we are excited to allow our participants the opportunity to race like the icons of sport.

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SBRX3

Unnamed Road, Castlereagh NSW 2749, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

This amazing new concept is NOT the traditional swim,bike,run.

Taking place at Penrith Lakes Regatta Centre with a three-round format. The event is structured to test both the speed and endurance of every level of athlete offering athletes the opportunity to participate in a multi-round format comprising of short and sharp multi-leg events.

SBRX3 will be a maximum 3 rounds (Single for Super Sprint level athletes, Double for Sprint level athletes and Triple for the Standard distance athlete and above), with each round commencing on the hour and wave starts according to your age group. As the global sport of triathlon is forever changing, we are excited to allow our participants the opportunity to race like the icons of sport.

Booking Closed
SBRX3
MAY5
Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie
Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia

Taking place concurrently with IRONMAN Australia,, IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie is sure to not only challenge you physically but also inspire you with its natural beauty and strong community support. IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie remains one of the Asia-Pacific region's leading, and most enduring, triathlon events. Nestled on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, in a region renowned for its natural beauty, Port Macquarie is one of Australias favourite holiday spots and the perfect place to have a Race-cation!

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Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie

Hastings rural sales, Shop 22, Peachtree walk, Port Macquarie NSW 2444, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

Taking place concurrently with IRONMAN Australia,, IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie is sure to not only challenge you physically but also inspire you with its natural beauty and strong community support. IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie remains one of the Asia-Pacific region's leading, and most enduring, triathlon events. Nestled on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, in a region renowned for its natural beauty, Port Macquarie is one of Australias favourite holiday spots and the perfect place to have a Race-cation!

AUD $405 - AUD $440
Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie
MAY18
Port Stephens Triathlon
Port Stephens, NSW, Australia

Just a quick trip up the coast from Sydney, Port Stephens offers athletes a brilliant weekend destination and the bonus of a completely closed bike course. Get ready for some great racing action with Olympic, Sprint and Enticer events.

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Port Stephens Triathlon

26A Corlette Point Rd, Port Stephens NSW 2319, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

Just a quick trip up the coast from Sydney, Port Stephens offers athletes a brilliant weekend destination and the bonus of a completely closed bike course. Get ready for some great racing action with Olympic, Sprint and Enticer events.

Port Stephens Triathlon
MAY18
Port Stephen triathlon Festival
One Mile, NSW, Australia

Just a quick trip up the coast from Sydney, Port Stephens offers athletes a brilliant weekend destination and the last chance in the season to grab some triSeries points. Get ready for some great racing action with the tri-series Standard, Sprint and Super Sprint distances.

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Port Stephen triathlon Festival

Hibiscus Ave, One Mile NSW 2316, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

Just a quick trip up the coast from Sydney, Port Stephens offers athletes a brilliant weekend destination and the last chance in the season to grab some triSeries points. Get ready for some great racing action with the tri-series Standard, Sprint and Super Sprint distances.

Booking Closed
Port Stephen triathlon Festival
FEB23
Ironman 70.3 Geelong

Victoria’s oldest IRONMAN 70.3 is returning to the stunning Geelong foreshore on 17 February 2019. This scenic course offers a unique challenge set along Geelong’s spectacular waterfront and throughout the scenic countryside.

19 reviews
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Ironman 70.3 Geelong

16 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong VIC 3220, AustraliaView event
19 reviews
About the event
Victoria’s oldest IRONMAN 70.3 is returning to the stunning Geelong foreshore on 17 February 2019. This scenic course offers a unique challenge set along Geelong’s spectacular waterfront and throughout the scenic countryside.
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  • Did the Iron Man 70.3 in 2019

    The event is very professional and is also incredibly spectator friendly. I think I have two points of criticism. One is the Run course section that runs next to transition out to the gardens. This is particularly tight and is difficult for people to pass. I also think the path/road that you follow to mount your bike is dangerous particularly given some of us have bike shoes on. The full 180degree turn on bitumen is not good.Ultimately though it is a great event and course and destination. Well done.Ps. Get more draft busters too
  • Did the Iron Man 70.3 in 2019

    I arrived in Australia 18 months ago without triathlon experience, was not swimming more than 50m freestyle, and had no bike and never ride with clip shoes. I was impressed by the number of good cyclists everywhere in Melbourne and decided at more than 50 yrs to join the Hawthorn triathlon club. During the year long I was impressed by the human and physical qualities of the squad, finishing long triathlon with PBs, and world championship qualifying. I had one sprint triathlon experience last year at challenge Melbourne. Despite a fall of my bike just before christmas, broken ribs and some patela issues, I recovered ok mid January and decided to register at Geelong, for the half Ironman and my second triathlon ever. No real program except training 3-4 times a week with the HTC, no personnal coach. One expectation, seing the finish line. Sunday was an amazing experience from the early morning with this beautiful sunrise to the afternoon. I swam more rapidly than ever, cycle above 32 km an hour, and completed the running even if I had to walk for about 20- 25 minutes by sequences. why? The atmosphere, the croud all along the distance, the volonteers pushing you and encouraging you everywhere with such a smile and kindness, the HTC supporters who went in a large group to cheer and to push everyone. I could hear their noise and this was decisive in this push to the finish line, running the extra kms step by steps, the HTC competitors that I saw all along the event with a word of encouragment when they where overtaking me step by step. And my wife who cheered and supported to accomplish this dream. The finish line of the second triathlon ever and the first half Ironman. I am now unsure about the next steps, I have so many memories and pictures. I want to come back for sure, and for a Geelong PB ! Thanks to everone and the perfect organisation
  • Did the Iron Man 70.3 in 2019

    Great event with fantastic course and volunteers. Protected swim with a flat and fast bike course. Run is around the waterfront where friends and family can watch easily.
AUD $395 - AUD $450
Ironman 70.3 Geelong
AUG24
Airlie Beach Triathlon Festival
Airlie Beach, QLD, Australia

2019 is the 21st edition of the iconic Airlie Beach Triathlon which promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

With an enticer distance, a sprint distance and the Standard race distance there is a race option for everyone, from the seasoned professional to the first timer.

In addition to the racing, there is also plenty of fun for the family with the Friday night festival and the junior triathlon for the children.

We attract professional & amateur athletes alike from all over Queensland and are viewed as one of the flagship races of The North.

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Airlie Beach Triathlon Festival

277 Shute Harbour Rd, Airlie Beach QLD 4802, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

2019 is the 21st edition of the iconic Airlie Beach Triathlon which promises to be bigger and better than ever before.

With an enticer distance, a sprint distance and the Standard race distance there is a race option for everyone, from the seasoned professional to the first timer.

In addition to the racing, there is also plenty of fun for the family with the Friday night festival and the junior triathlon for the children.

We attract professional & amateur athletes alike from all over Queensland and are viewed as one of the flagship races of The North.

Airlie Beach Triathlon Festival
SEP21
Mackay Triathlon Festival
Mackay Harbour, QLD, Australia

The 2019 Mackay Triathlon Festival will be held on Saturday 21 September and Sunday 22 September in and around the beautiful destination of Mackay Harbour.

Participants can choose between:

Olympic Distance (1500m swim, 40km cycle and 10km run) 15 years+

Sprint Triathlon (750m swim, 16km cycle and 5km run) 14 years+

Enticer Triathlon (300m swim, 8km cycle and 2km run) 12 years+

Mini Kids (100m swim, 3km cycle, 500m run) - 7-12 years

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Mackay Triathlon Festival

Mackay Harbour QLD 4740, AustraliaView event
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From the organiser

The 2019 Mackay Triathlon Festival will be held on Saturday 21 September and Sunday 22 September in and around the beautiful destination of Mackay Harbour.

Participants can choose between:

Olympic Distance (1500m swim, 40km cycle and 10km run) 15 years+

Sprint Triathlon (750m swim, 16km cycle and 5km run) 14 years+

Enticer Triathlon (300m swim, 8km cycle and 2km run) 12 years+

Mini Kids (100m swim, 3km cycle, 500m run) - 7-12 years

Mackay Triathlon Festival
NOV3
Maitland Triathlon
Morpeth, NSW, Australia

The Maitland Triathlon started in 1994 and was staged until 2011 at Morpeth in NSW. The event has played host to some very famous triathletes with Peter Robertson, Graig Alexander and Brendan Sexton, all hitting the course in its 18-year history. The event has played host to State Championships and also been local and regional competitions between local clubs, Maitland, Tomoree, Newcastle and Singleton. The event will be staged as a multiple distance event Triathlon consisting of:
Mid Distance of 2000m swim, 60km cycle, and 15km run
Standard (Olympic) of 1500 swim, 40km cycle and 10km run
Sprint Distance of 750m swim, 20km cycle and 5km run

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Maitland Triathlon

45 High St, Morpeth NSW 2321, AustraliaView event
About the event
From the organiser

The Maitland Triathlon started in 1994 and was staged until 2011 at Morpeth in NSW. The event has played host to some very famous triathletes with Peter Robertson, Graig Alexander and Brendan Sexton, all hitting the course in its 18-year history. The event has played host to State Championships and also been local and regional competitions between local clubs, Maitland, Tomoree, Newcastle and Singleton. The event will be staged as a multiple distance event Triathlon consisting of:
Mid Distance of 2000m swim, 60km cycle, and 15km run
Standard (Olympic) of 1500 swim, 40km cycle and 10km run
Sprint Distance of 750m swim, 20km cycle and 5km run

Maitland Triathlon
NOV3
Noosa Triathlon

Head down to Noosa Beach for this epic multisport festival of endurance. With an ocean swim and a bay-side cycle and run, the course is flat and perfect for all abilities. Come along for the finisher's medal, shirt and after-party.

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Noosa Triathlon

Picture Point Terraces - Holiday Accommodation & Apartments Noosa Heads, 47 Picture Point Cres, Noosa Heads QLD 4567, AustraliaView event
About the event
Head down to Noosa Beach for this epic multisport festival of endurance. With an ocean swim and a bay-side cycle and run, the course is flat and perfect for all abilities. Come along for the finisher's medal, shirt and after-party.
Noosa Triathlon
NOV23
Xterra Dwellingup

XTERRA races are for all outdoor enthusiasts a like with a mix of swimming, mountain biking, and trail running. Now you have the opportunity to participate in one of the best cross triathlon races in the world just one hour south of Perth in the beautiful Peel Region.

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Xterra Dwellingup

2 Roe St, Perth WA 6000, AustraliaView event
About the event
XTERRA races are for all outdoor enthusiasts a like with a mix of swimming, mountain biking, and trail running. Now you have the opportunity to participate in one of the best cross triathlon races in the world just one hour south of Perth in the beautiful Peel Region.
Xterra Dwellingup
NOV24
Hervey Bay 100
Hervey Bay, QLD, Australia

The Hervey Bay 100 is the perfect long course triathlon and one of the most anticipated races in the state. It has grown since its start and continues to impress athletes. Featured in one of the most stunning environments in the world, this race does not fail to deliver.

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Hervey Bay 100

Burn brothers, 684 Dundowran Rd, Dundowran QLD 4655, AustraliaView event
About the event
The Hervey Bay 100 is the perfect long course triathlon and one of the most anticipated races in the state. It has grown since its start and continues to impress athletes. Featured in one of the most stunning environments in the world, this race does not fail to deliver.
Hervey Bay 100
DEC1
Ironman 70.3 Western Australia
Busselton, WA, Australia

A seaside 70.3 in the height of the Australian summer, what's not to love? With a pan-flat cycle and run, this course is great for a new challenge or to beat your old time. Come for the Ironman medal and savage tan-lines.

1 reviews
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Ironman 70.3 Western Australia

17 Foreshore Parade, Busselton WA 6280, AustraliaView event
1 review
About the event
A seaside 70.3 in the height of the Australian summer, what's not to love? With a pan-flat cycle and run, this course is great for a new challenge or to beat your old time. Come for the Ironman medal and savage tan-lines.
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  • Did the event in 2018

    The new swim course under the Iconic Busselton Jetty is awesome and fast while being only a few hundred metres from shore. The local SLSC have a great presence in the water for any nervous swimmers.

    The bike course is as flat as you’ll globally find but don’t let that deceive you you still have to work the whole way through the Forrest and farmland.

    The run is along the foreshore where the crowd is brilliant. There is great support the whole way along the flat run while being only metres from the ocean, the aid stations have everything including “splash zones” for when it warms up

    The whole event is extremely professional and the expo is as good as I’ve seen at any race,

    The City of Busselton embraces this race which is great fun and an awesome race to compete in!

AUD $365 - AUD $425
Ironman 70.3 Western Australia

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