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Gower Triathlon

Triathlon: Swim 1.5km, Bike 37km, Run 10km

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The beautifully maintained waters and shore of the Blue Flag awarded beach are host to the 1.5 km swim and parts of the 10k run, whilst the 37k bike course gives a relaxing feel to the route!

The Gower Triathlon is one of the more relaxed events for athletes in the race calendar, as we approach the end of the season. The beautifully maintained waters and shore of the Blue Flag awarded beach are host to the 1.5 km swim and parts of the 10k run, whilst the 37k bike course gives a relaxing feel to the route!

With sheltered blue flag water for the Swim, an amazing Bike course and a Run taking in parts of the award-winning beach - this is the perfect event for a first timer.

How to enter the Gower Triathlon

  1. Olympic

    Triathlon: Swim 1.5km, Bike 37km, Run 10km
    £45–£75
    Event passed

Gower Triathlon route

Distance: 1500m Swim, an amazing 37k Bike course and a 10k Run.
Minimum 2 max 3 participants for relay.

Event Details

What’s Included

Ages 16 and over as of 6/30/2019.

At the Gower Triathlon there’s loads going on over the weekend, and we don’t want you missing out on the all important race briefing, or the change to check out stalls at the Expo!

Raceday Logistics
6:00am - 7:20am Registration Open The Ship Inn, Port Eynon
6:30am - 7:30am Transition Open Beach Front, Port Eynon
7:45am Mandatory Race Briefing Middle Distance Start Line, Beach Front, Port Eynon
8.00am Event Start
11.30am Run Lap Cut Off Transition
12.00pm Overall Cut Off Finish Line, Port Eynon
Kit List

Your usual triathlon race kit

Spectators
PARKING
There is parking available by the beach, which is pay and display.

TOILETS
There are public toilets on the beach front
FAQs

Q: Is there a minimum age to enter The Gower Triathlon?
A: All athletes must be 16 and over and have a parental consent disclaimer signed at registration.

Q: How can I register for the event?
A: If you go to the registration page and enter online. We do not accept paper entries.

Q: My details have changed but the online entry system keeps bringing up my old details.
A: Click ‘start a new registration’ at the bottom of the first page and this will allow you to enter new details.

Q: I want to enter different people from the same email address?
A: As above click ‘start a new registration’ at the bottom of the first page and this will allow you to enter new details.

Q: Can I enter a team?
A: Yes relays are a great way to get started in the sport of triathlon and relay teams are welcomed and encouraged.

Q: How do I know that I am in the race?
A: You will receive a confirmation email which you should print off and bring to the event.

Q: Can I change distances prior to the event?
A: It is possible to change the distance up to a week before the event. If any further changes are required then you MUST report it to the registration team. If you race in the incorrect distance to the one that you entered then you will be disqualified.

Q: Will I receive my race number and timing chip in the post?
A: No all items that you will need for the event will be issued at registration.

Q: Do I need to go to the race briefing even if I am an experienced athlete.
A: Yes, critical information and any last minute changes will be conveyed at the race briefing.

Q: Do I have to wear a wetsuit and does it have to be triathlon specific?
A: Wetsuits are mandatory but you do not have to wear a tri specific one. Most people who are racing for the first time will use a surf wetsuit that they already have.

Q: Do I have to wear a swim hat?
A: Yes you do and for safety reasons you must wear the race issue hat. Failure to do so may result in you being disqualified.

Q: Do I have to use a racing bike for this event?
A: No, any bike can be used but you must make sure that it is in excellent working order. It is also compulsory to wear a helmet and remember to put your helmet on first before taking your bike from the racking and you must place your bike back on the racking before taking your helmet off, when you have finished the bike section of the race.

Q: Is my bike safe in transition and where do I put my bike?
A: As race organisers, we do everything that we can to make your equipment safe during the event but ultimately your equipment is left at your own risk. We do however provide a restricted transition area. You will be issued with a bike number in your goody bag which you must attach to your bike prior to racking it. You can rack your bike in any location, but please ensure that you keep your area neat and tidy to limit the disruption to other athletes. Your bib number and bike number must be shown when collecting your bike at the end of the race.

Q: Can I collect my bike as soon as I have finished?
A: To be fair to all athletes it will only be possible to collect your bike once all the athletes are in off the bike course.

Q: Will I receive lap bands on the run?
A: No it is the athlete’s responsibility to count t their own number of laps.

Q: What do I do if I fail to finish in the event?
A: You MUST report to a member of the finish line team so that we know that you are safe and accounted for. Also it is important that we receive you timing chip back.

Q: Where can I find the results?
A: You can find the results on the event website shortly after the event.

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