The All Nations Triathlon

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Take part in an incredible all nations Triathlon set in one of Team GB's most successful venues, Dorney Lake. With clear, calm waters for the swim leg and a flat open road for the bike and run legs, this event is perfect for beginners and those wanting to smash a new PB.
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Sat, 7 May 2022
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Where and when
Dorney, Windsor SL4 6QP, UK
Start times
Sat, 7 May 2022
Races summary
Here's what races are available for The All Nations Triathlon
Route information
This triathlon consists of a 400m swim, 20k cycle, and 5k run.
Participants will race around flat closed roads and swim in the clean calm waters of Dorney Lake, one of Team GB's most successful venues.
The bike portion of the race will include completing 4 laps, making up 20k. Finally, the run leg will consist of two out and back runs to make 5k.
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What's included
  • Epic medal
  • On-site free parking
  • Chip timing
  • Winners trophies
  • Bag drop
  • Swim cap
  • Snacks, drinks and other goodies
  • Shower facilities
  • Club house and cafe
  • Course marshalled
  • First aid on-site
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Finisher's Medal
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How to get there
Dorney, Windsor SL4 6QP, UK
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There will be on-site parking - with runners parking area about half way down the lake towards the clubhouse (approx a 10 - 15 min walk to the race HQ)
Anyone arriving after 09:45 will have to park in the middle car park and walk to the start.
By Train
If travelling by train the main stations for Dorney Lake are Slough (Paddington line) and Windsor & Eton Riverside (from Waterloo) but it's also near Burnham, Taplow, Maidenhead and Windsor & Eton Central (branch of Paddington line).
From these stations you can get a taxi or if with a bike you can ride to the venue. It is recommended that you research the best option before travelling to ensure you arrive on time.
Event day logistics
09:45 Road closed
09:40 Bikes must be racked
10:00 Triathlon starts
Start Times
Participants will start in waves from 10:00 which will ben sent out in the week before the event.
Race Details
The triathlon will set off in waves, to allow participants plenty of space when completing this race. Registered participants will receive details of your wave group and time in an email about a week before the event.
Race Packs
Race packs must be collected from registration on the day of the event before the start of the race. Please arrive with plenty of time to register, attach your race numbers and warm up.
BTF Licence
If you are BTF affiliated, please remember to bring your licence with you on the day. If you are not BTF affiliated, you must purchase a day licence on the day at registration.
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The Fix Events
Fix Events have over a decades worth of experience within the endurance events space, and organise over 70 events per year, varying from running to triathlons to charity events. Their events are well-known for their friendly atmosphere, which makes them great for participants of all abilities and they’re also hosted throughout all of the UK’s major cities - making them easily accessible to everyone. On top of their staple events calendar, the Fix have partnered with charities such as the Movember Foundation, where they delivered over 20 MoRuns throughout the month to thousands of runners.
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What to bring
  • Bicycle in good working order
  • Helmets are mandatory
  • Wetsuits are recommended
  • Swim caps will be provided
  • BTF Licence (if you have one)
Can I still enter The All Nations Triathlon if I am not BTF registered?
If you are not BTF registered then you must pay the £5 levy when you arrive at the race HQ. If you are a BTF member, please remember to bring your license.
Can I register on the day of The All Nations Triathlon?
On-the-day registration is subject to availability. Please refer to the website on the days leading up to the race to see if it is sold out.
When do I receive my race pack for The All Nations Triathlon?
Race numbers and details will be emailed to entrants. However, race packs themselves must be collected on the day of the event.
What should I bring with me to The All Nations Triathlon?
All entrants must bring a helmet and a wetsuit. While the water conditions may not allow for wetsuits, please bring one in case.
Do I have to wear a wetsuit for The All Nations Triathlon?
If the temperature is between 14 - 22 degrees Celsius, then trisuits, swimming trunks etc are fine. If wetsuits are banned (above 22) then competitors are ok to swim without tops on, so bare torsos are permitted, but only for the swim leg. Sports bras are fine, but again, athletes must cover up for the rest of the race.
12 reviews
Did the Triathlon in 2022
Organisation on the day was good, but I felt the pre-event info was a little confusing. For example the wave times were not on the web page, but in an email, and then I got an email saying they had changed (but not what to). Also something locked me out of my LetsDoThis account the night before.
Did the Triathlon in 2022
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Did the Triathlon in 2022
Great first tri! Totally flat course and really well organised. Could have done with a few more toilets b it we survived!!
Did the Triathlon in 2022
Great for my first tri. There were enough noobs to make it less intimidating. But also plenty of seriously good athletes around for the spectators to have something decent to watch!
Did the Triathlon in 2022
Amazing, helpful staff. Lots of smiles despite the rain and good competition :)
Did the Triathlon in 2019
This was a fantastic choice for my first triathlon. A really well run event from start to finish and fantastic fun. The crowd were great too! Thank you LDT and Fix Events!
Did the Triathlon in 2019
This was my first ever triathlon. Arrived at 8:30am by car, registration was easy and racking was simple. You could rack anywhere, it wasn't assigned. Dorney Lake was a tad cold, at 12.8C, so wetsuits were compulsory. At the start we got a quick briefing and then got into the water for 2 minutes before setting off. The swim was crowded, but the course was easy to follow, with two giant buoys to get around. The exit of the lake was very slippery because of some algae. The bike course was really fun, 4 lap of closed, flat roads by the lake with lots of visibility and space to overtake. The run was 2 out-and-back loops of the lower path next to the lake, a bit narrow for overtaking, and slightly boring just in a straight line, but it did the job. At the finish was water, nutrition bar and sweets. The medal is cool too. The organisation was flawless from start to finish, these guys know what they're doing. The crowd wasn't big or loud, and focused around the transition area, but still great to have the support. I would definitely do this event again, it's perfect for a first-timer as everyone was so friendly, there was a very relaxed atmosphere. Despite getting a puncture on the bike course I still had a great time at my first tri event.
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