A fantastic Middle Distance Triathlon in the heart of West Wales which was introduced in 2016.
Half Ironman Triathlons in United Kingdom
Following on from a hugely successful 2018 season, we are very excited to announce a return to one of our favourite venues, Farmoor Reservoir.
Returning to probably the fastest middle distance triathlon in the South East in 2019. New parking area for competitors and spectators plus a new run route.
Owler Tris offer middle distance plus standard triathlons, aquabikes and OWS.
The triathlons will start in Lydd Lake with a two lapped swim, before competitors ride a flat lapped bike route on scenic country roads through Lydd, Brooklands and Camber, before returning to transition at Lydd lake.
The 21K run section is flat four laps out and back route along paths around lake and surrounding paths. The standard run also follows the same route. You then head to cross the finish line in style.
Also on offer the Owler Aquabike both at half, standard and sprint distance.
Will you conquer 'the toughest physical challenge in the UK' - the Snowman Legend 71.6 this year?
This epic race holds a special place in the hearts of everyone who has experienced it and features everything that makes this Always Aim High event one of the 'must do' races of the season!
Featuring a breathtaking swim in Llyn Mymbyr at Plas y Brenin (the national mountaineering centre), the competitors then take on a truly epic cycle through the heart of the Snowdonia National Park.
For competitors taking part in the Legend 71.6 and Full distance races, the Snowman offers one of the toughest 'runs' the UK has to offer - to the summit of Moel Siabod and straight back down to the finish line at Plas y Brenin! Sprint runners will race on a much flatter, but equally stunning course.
The Cowman is our flagship event and has been going since 2003. The event offers 3 different distances: The Cowman which is a half distance triathlon, The Calfman which is half of The Cowman and The Stampede you guessed it, half of The Calfman. This year we will once again be bringing the ranch back to the beautiful location of Emberton Country Park, so there will be Cowhands rather than marshals, brand plates instead of medals and other surprises along the way.
Welcome to the STARMAN, the UKs first night-time, mid-distance triathlon.
Set in the mighty Cairngorms National Park, this is a sleepless, tough, intimidating and wild triathlon under the stars.
Running through the Cairngorms as the dawn breaks is truly magical.
Take on the most scenic middle distance triathlon in Scotland.
Swim in the cool clear waters of Loch Tay, bike the epic route across the shoulder of Schiehallion and around Loch Rannoch, then run completely off road in the grounds of the spectacular Taymouth Castle
The award winning Monster Middle gives you an iconic river swim, fast and scenic bike leg and fast city run course!
This course is perfect for both the seasoned competitor and the new comer.
The event comes complete with stacks of atmosphere; no wonder entrants return year after year! Come and try us out.
This event has a history of selling out, enter early to guarantee your place on the start line!
Dn Laoghaire is a seaside town with a rich mix of cultural experiences, hospitality, a variety of leisure activities and the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, making it the ideal setting and destination for the thousands of athletes and supporters who will visit in August 2018.
The race features a 1.2-mile (1.9KM) swim from Sandycove, home to the famous Martello Tower, in the clear waters of the Irish Sea in Dublin Bay, before taking athletes on a spectacular and challenging 56-mile (90KM) bike course. The course travels through some of the most scenic areas in the region, including County Wicklow, home to the Wicklow Mountains National Park and its glacial lakes, rivers and abundant natural beauty. Athletes will take in stunning coastal views and weave their way through the streets of the charming seaside town for the 13.1-mile (21.1KM) run, before finishing with Dn Laoghaire Harbour and Dublin Bay as the backdrop.
Situated on the world-famous Antrim Coast Road you will find Ballygally Beach, nestled under the Sallagh Braes and home to the historic Ballygally Castle.
Views of the infamous North channel and the Mull of Kintyre will meet you as you stand ready for a running beach start and a day of endurance, courtesy of Force 12 events.
No one can dispute the beauty of the Antrim Coast, an area steeped in history, culture and myth... but truly unforgiving for the unprepared.
This is 'The World's Toughest Triathlon' (as voted for by 220 Triathlon in 2017) but it is renowned for it's low-key and friendly vibe. Every athlete, whether it's your first triathlon or 21st, will feel the massive support from not only the event crew, but the other competitors too. The challenging terrain and breathtaking scenery creates an awesome experience that will stay with you long after the aches and blisters have gone!
A fun, friendly triathlon with a great atmosphere. No matter what youre level of ability you can be sure of a fantastic experience with loads of encouragement & support from the Freebird crew.
The unique middle-distance & Sprint Triathlon Sundowner Triathlons based at Allerthorpe Lakeland Park just 10 miles from York, has a leisurely Saturday midday & morning start respectively. Allowing you to wake up and prepare for the race without the usual early morning rush!
As the name suggests, some competitors will be completing the course as the sun goes down, a fantastic sunset photo opportunity for those final competitors.
The middle-distance event comes complete with a superb post-race party and live entertainment. Camping on site is also available, so you and the family can enjoy a great weekend of triathlon and post-race relaxation in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside.
The Sundowner Sprint Triathlon kicks off a great weekend of sport at the ever popular Allerthorpe Lakeland Park, based just 10 miles from York. Gaining momentum over the years this has become one of our main sell-out events of the season so please dont leave it too late to sign up and miss out!
Whether you prefer the sprint distance or are supporting someone taking part in the longer middle-distance Sundowner Triathlon, the Sundowner Sprint Triathlon offers you the opportunity to enjoy a quality triathlon experience.
The 8th annual Sussex 'Original' Triathlon of Sprint, Standard and Middle distance.
This is a true and honest course that will test every athlete so come looking for personal best effort and reward!
An open swim in Ellingham Water Ski Lake very calm, clear and clean - followed by an undulating road route in the beautiful New Forest National Park, and a tough run, mainly off-road on bridleways (gravel and sand surfaces) in the New Forest - a beautiful and hilly run to finish your race.
Famous for hosting the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Sailing events, Weymouth will now be hosting the ultimate test of endurance. For one day only this hotspot will provide the backdrop for Ironman 70.3. It will be a first timer friendly, single transition race - why not bring the family and make a seaside getaway of it.
The award-winning Mumbles Triathlon has become a well known event in South Wales, and attracts a number of athletes from all levels and experience.
The Mumbles Tri offers athletes three course distances in the idyllic setting of Mumbles Bay for the Swim, the famous Gower Roads for the bikes and a picturesque run along the stunning shoreline of the Mumbles Bay.
The Mumbles Triathlon can be entered by anyone who feels they are capable of competing. There is gender separation, so men and women compete for first place in their respective category.
A real classic at the tail end of the UK calendar - and now its second biggest event - competitors are treated to some of the best views of any triathlon event on the circuit. Set at the idyllic Hever Castle, those taking part are treated to an open water swim, undulating bike course in a designated AONB, and a final run by Ashdown forest. This is a great event for beginners and experts alike.
The rapturous reception afforded to previous Castle Howard Triathlons subsequently led to the expansion of a 2-day weekend extravaganza.
In its 10th year, the Castle Howard Triathlon will be the 4th weekend event of the 2019 Castle Tri Series and will once again feature the obligatory picture postcard backdrop and a course with something for every level of triathlete. The 13,000 acre grounds of Castle Howard form arguably the most physically demanding triathlon course of the Castle Tri Series.
Race entrants will start the race by swimming through Castle Howards Great Lake before transitioning into the technical bike route through the glorious rural idyll of Yorkshire and the Howardian Hills. The spectacular run leg passes through the undulating countryside of the estate before a sprint finish tops everything off in style right in front of the main doors of the house. Theres never been a better time to visit Gods Own County and Castle Howard.
The construction of Castle Howard took more than 100 years before being finally completed in the 18th Century, and spanned the lifetime of three earls and numerous architects, although Sir John Vanbrugh is credited with the original design. The Great Lake is the setting for the swim section of the triathlon.
Set in the Howardian Hills, the bike legs initially take in the 18th Century Avenue, a main road that runs in a straight line from south to north for five miles. The run will pass The Temple of the Four Winds and one of the finest, free-standing mausoleums in Europe. A hop over New River Bridge, a circumnavigation of South Lake and the Atlas Fountain will take racers to the finishing straight in front of Castle Howard itself.
Castle Howard has been a regular backdrop for films and television, with both ITVs lauded Brideshead Revisited in the early 1980s and the acclaimed 2008 feature film production shot on location here, hence the name of our adult races.
NB All timings are approximate.
Have a blast at an end of season Sprint. Do battle to win a crown and be King or Queen of Bosworth Sprint Triathlon.
Described as the deepest, steepest and the highest, this half Ironman challenge is surely one of the toughest in the Country. The swim is in Wastwater, the Lake District's deepest; the bike leg has 7,217ft of climb over the big three Lakeland passes - Kirkstone via the 'Struggle', Wrynose and Hardnott, both directions - and is described as the steepest and most gruelling half Iron Bike section anywhere in the World; the run around the stunning Fairfield Horseshoe ascends over 2,600ft. But it's not so much the total ascent that will hurt, it's the severity that will cause the damage! (Date tbc)
Take part in the Chilterns Triathlon, in the heart of the Thames Valley and only an hour from London.
This is one of the most scenic triathlons in the country around the Chiltern Valley and on the banks of the River Thames to this September, come and celebrate a multitude of activities that combine the Henley Festival of sport.
The Chilterns Triathlon has both a Middle Distance Triathlon, Sprint + Triathlon (Longer Bike Section- 30km) & an Olympic + Triathlon (Longer Bike Section - 55km) All of these events use some of the roads from the old Challenge Henley Triathlon Course.
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