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Ashridge Duathlon – Race 1

Sun 6th Jan 2019
19-20 Brownlow House Ashridge Hs, Berkhamsted HP4 1NS, UK
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A series of 3 events, each with supersprint, sprint and standard distance options, offering the opportunity to progress over the Series. The races start and finish in the beautiful grounds of the Ashridge Estate in Hertfordshire, with picturesque runs in the grounds, and a bike course on quiet country roads - with a testing hill!

This is a mass-start event. All finishing positions will be calculated based on gun time and not chip time.This is a non-draft legal race. To be eligible for Triathlon England Major event titles, entrants must be a member of their home nation association and a British citizen. You will not be eligible for the Triathlon England Championships with a day license. More details on eligibility can be found in the British Triathlon Rule Book.

This event is not just reserved for the age-group heroes of duathlon, but for those of all abilities.

Distances in this event

  1. Standard

    Duathlon: Run 10km, Bike 44km, Run 5km
    9:30am Sun 6th Jan 2019
    £45–£60
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  2. Sprint

    Duathlon: Run 5km, Bike 22km, Run 2.5km
    9:30am Sun 6th Jan 2019
    £45–£60
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  3. Super Sprint

    Duathlon: Run 2.5km, Bike 11km, Run 2.5km
    9:30am Sun 6th Jan 2019
    £25
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Course Maps
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What’s Included
  • Registration packs will NOT be posted out in advance of the race.
  • Registration packs can be collected on race day from 8:00am at race HQ.
  • The higher of a £1 / 6% service fee will be applied at the checkout.
  • Non-BTF members are required to pay £5 in cash on race day for a day license.
  • BTF Members who cannot produce a valid BTF race license are required to pay for a day license.

Minimum Age:

Standard – 17
Sprint – 15
Super sprint – 15
(on/before 31 Dec 2019)

Course Details

Course Profile:

Run – Multi-terrain
Bike – Undulating country roads

Traffic Free?

Run – Yes
Bike – No

Water Stations

Water will be provided once on each lap of the run and at the finish.

The Ashridge Duathlon is one of the most scenic duathlon races in the UK! The run course is a 2.5K loop around the grounds of the estate. The bike course is an 11K loop around the quiet country lanes that surround Ashridge Estate.

Raceday Logistics

Changing and Bag Storage
We will not be providing a changing area, therefore please come changed and ready to race. A marshalled baggage area within transition will be provided so you can keep your warm-up clothes safe during the race.

Travel

Parking and Transport
Free parking is available at Ashridge Estate House. The nearest train station is Tring Railway Station, Tring, HP23 5QR.

FAQs

Race Numbers
You will be provided with two race numbers in your registration pack. Your race number must be clearly visible on your front for the run and on your back for the bike. If you are not using a race belt, please pin one number on your back and one on your front. If you are using a race belt, only one number is required, provided you adjust the position of your race number during each leg of the race.

Prizes:

  • Finishers medal for all!
  • Trophies for overall Male 1st, 2nd & 3rd place.
  • Trophies for overall Female 1st, 2nd & 3rd place.

Toilets
Portaloo toilets will be provided for the event.

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Reviews (9)

4.6 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the Sprint in 2019

    First duathlon, wow. As a casual runner with a cheap road bike I thought I'd give it a go. We all need a challenge from time to time don't we.Was made very welcome at registration and given a bit of advice, always welcome for a novice like me.Nice run route on mix of path and grass. Nothing too challenging although could get a bit boggy if we have a bit of rain.As for the bike section, definitely need your brave pills for the speed humps on the downhill stretches. As for that hill at miles 4 and 10! Thought my thighs were going to explode and still some whooshed passed me as if it was nothing. How do they do that?The second half was pure torture, sanity was questioned (a lot) but I got my medal. I did it. All pain immediately forgotten.Encouragement from the marshals definitely played it's part there. They were great. Also good to see medics on the course checking that competitors were ok too. And now to book the next one. Preferably without too many hills. That or do some proper training.If you're thinking of giving it a go, what's stopping you? You can do this.
  • Did the Standard in 2018

    The Ashridge race series are a favourite of mine. Even though my main A races tend to be Ironman, Ashridge and ATW always lay on a great event on my favourite local roads
  • Did the Standard in 2018

    Was good race really enjoyed it . Only negative comment wont be the very bad roads and also there was a run on a section of the road on the bike course . The runners where all over the road and was dangerous as some didnt move even when asked to as they where bit confused. Had to stop . But g eat atmosphere
  • Did the Sprint in 2018

    My first multi sport race. Great organisation, marshals were very friendly and helpful. Loved the course. Can't wait until the next one.
  • Did the Standard in 2018

    The winter conditions made it a hard event. It was slippy on the mud for the run. The bike was very windy and we did have a dead Badger! But as always it was well organised and stewarded. The atmosphere was very supportive.
  • Did the Sprint in 2018

    It was the perfect way to start my duathlon career.
  • Did the Standard in 2018

    Great event from start to finish. Amazing venue, friendly and professional Marshalls. Routes are tough, but if you take time to look up theres some decent views. 4 stars for event set up - arrived at about 7am and there were no signs directing to registration. VERY minor detail. Overall a great event. Great atmosphere all the way through, music at the start and great commentary leading up to the start and throughout the race. Will def consider next year, unfinished business with that Badger!!!!
  • Did the Standard in 2018

    I did enjoy the day made a few mistakes with refuelling forgot gels and food etc but overall thoroughly enjoyed it bit more practice and will up for a few more this year
  • Did the Sprint in 2018

    I didnt realise the run was on grass and mud so was a bit slippy in road shoes , bike course interesting , had to be careful over speed humps !

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