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Take on the Llandudno Triathlon to test your ability. Take on a fantastic course which will include, a sea swim, a great lapped bike section, and a picturesque seaside run for the finale. There will be finisher's goodies for all, and prizes for the top finisher's.
Standard Triathlon , and Sprint Triathlon
Sun, 25 Sept 2022
Llandudno, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Venue Cymru, The Promenade, Penrhyn Cres, Llandudno LL30 1BB, UK
Sun, 25 Sept 2022
Sprint Triathlon:11:00am |
Standard Triathlon :10:30am
Both triathlons will challenge you. You will swim out into the Irish Sea for a bracing swim. Once back on land, you will then do laps of Marine drive (2 for sprint, 2 for standard), taking in the beautiful coastal road, which will be closed to vehicles. Then with the cheer of the crows around you run along the seafront taking in all the fantastic seaside scenery. As you cross the finish line embrace the finisher euphoria.
- Slate Finisher's Memento
- Event Village
- Fully-Marked and Marshalled course
- Chip-timed results
- Prizes for top finishers
- Water and nutrition stations available
How to get there
Venue Cymru, The Promenade, Penrhyn Cres, Llandudno LL30 1BB, UKGet full directions
Parking information is included in your final instructions which will be emailed at least 10 days prior to the event. Please be considerate to the local residents when parking and use pay and display carparks where possible.
Event day logistics
09:00 Registration opens
09:15 Standard Transition opens
09:45 Sprint Transition opens
10:00 Registration closes
10:15 Standard Transition closes
10:30 Standard wave starts
10:45 Sprint Transition closes
11:00 Sprint starts
11:50 Sprint T1 (Swim/Bike) cut-off time
12:00 Standard T1 (Swim/Bike) cut-off time
14:00 Sprint T2 (Bike/Run) cut-off time
14:30 Standard T2 (Bike/Run) cut-off time
Registration is located in Venue Cymru.
Race packs must be collected on the day of the event, nothing will be sent out.
In your race pack, you will receive:
- A bib number, to be worn on your front for the run section and on your back for the bike section.
- Bike Flag, peel the backing and secure to your bike seat post
- Transition security wristband, must be worn at all times to access transition before, during and after the race
- Colour coded swim hat, required
- Sprint: Entrants must be 15 years of age or older to enter
- Standard: Entrants must be 17 years of age or older to enter
Wave start times
You will find out your wave approximately 10 days before the event. Waves are determined by your estimated overall race time.
Competitors should only bring equipment into the transition that will be used during the competition. A small soft-sided bag such as a rucksack may be used and remain in the transition area.
Always Aim High Events
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Always Aim High Events was founded in 2010 by Tim Lloyd and Nigel 'Kenny' Kendrick. The first event was the now iconic Slateman Triathlon 2011 attracting just over 400 competitors (it now regularly exceeds 1,000), with a vision that included the Snowman and Sandman - the three events which now make up the Adventure Triathlon Series. From that one event we now host 34 all inclusive events over 9 weekends, with many more planned for 2019 and beyond. In 2015 Always Aim High Community Events was set up as a not for profit organisation to help with engaging with and hosting local community events. At Always Aim High we are extremely proud about delivering the UK's ultimate triathlon, cycling, running and swimming challenges in the most beautiful and iconic locations that we can find. From epic mountain, coastal and city triathlons, to breathtaking cycle sportives which cover the length and bredth of Snowdonia, there's something for everyone at Always Aim High Events!
What to bring
- Competitors are expected to provide their own bikes in good working order, E-Bikes are not allowed
- Helmets are compulsory
Under BTF rules wetsuits are either mandatory, optional or forbidden, depending on the combination of swim distances and water temperature.
- Up to 1500m: Forbidden above 22c, Optional between 22 - 14c, Mandatory below 14c
- 1501-3000,: Forbidden above 23c, Optional between 23-15c, Mandatory below 15c
- 3001-4000m: Forbidden above 24c, Optional between 24-16c, Mandatory below 16c
Can I use an E-Bike in the Triathlon Llandudno?
No, it is against the rules to use an E-bike or any power assisted bike.
Can I wear headphones at the Triathlon Llandudno?
The use of headphones including bone conduction headphones is not allowed, if you use them you will be disqualified.
What wave am I in for the Triathlon Llandudno?
You will find out your wave approximately 10 days before the event. Waves are determined by you overall race time.
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