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One of the biggest reasons for taking part in this event is that Weymouth and Portland, and the rest of the south coast, has the sunniest climate in the United Kingdom.

The race base for this Classic and Sprint triathlon is at the iconic National Sailing Academy, host to the 2012 Olympic sailing events whos facilities are not to be rivalled.

The swim will take place in the crystal clear blue waters of a sheltered harbour surrounded by a large stone wall, Some 250,000 tonnes of Portland Stone was used in creating the 875m breakwater. The start and finish of the swim will be on a slipway, no sand or rocks to disrupt your run back to transition.

The transition is 50m from the swim exit so no long distance running required just yet.

The bike route will take you on a journey around the Isle of Portland, once for the Sprint and three loops for the Classic.

After the bike you will head back to race HQ and commence your flat run along the shoreline of Hamm Beach, well know for its world record breaking speed week with windsurfers all over the globe and along on to the Rodwell trail, the old railway line that linked Weymouth to Portland and is now a very scenic, traffic free walk.

The race will finish back at the Sailing Academy where you will be rewarded like heroes and lavish gifts bestowed upon you.

On line entries will close on 10th June 2018 or before if full.

Race to the Bill Triathlon

Portland, GB
1 race
£40£50

This event will consist of three separate races, a sprint, a classic and a half iron distance triathlon.

With race HQ based at Weymouth College, this is the ideal location for all of the family.

It is close to the Weymouth Sealife Centre and is within 400 meters of the very secure transition area, not to mention the beach. There are plenty of facilities, caf, toilets and parking all within 200 meters of your bike. There is something for everyone at this event whether you are taking part or spectating, this one should be a must for your 2018 race diary.

The swim will be an open water affair in the beautiful blue waters of Weymouth Bay.

The rolling cycle course will be a flatish (as best we can do in Dorset!) fast one for all three events with the route taking in some breathtaking scenery. The bike route for the Half Iron course will be taking place on mainly long flatfish roads.

The run will be a short blast around the Lodmoor nature reserve for the sprint and Classic and just ever so slightly longer for the half.

All three events will have some excellent prizes at the end for the top three males and females and the top age grouper in each category.

Race mementos will be our exclusive and much sought after race ts, custom medals and designer Buff headwear.

All three events will be chip timed by FullOnSport

Free parking all day at Weymouth College Registration will take place in Transition at GreenHill Tennis Courts. Please make sure you are registered at least 45 minutes prior to your event, late registrations will not be accepted and you may have your number reused.

Nothing will be sent in the post, all swim caps, numbers, timing chip etc will be collected at registration on the morning of the event.

The Weymouth Middle Distance Triathlon

Weymouth, Dorset, GB

An open water swim in a sheltered area of the picturesque Bowleaze Cove, in Dorset, a ride through the lovely Dorset countryside, and and a run out through Waterside Holiday Park and on into a nature reserve for what is a most beautiful and calming run, before your last hill of the day back into Bowleaze Cove.

Weymouth Classic & Sprint Triathlon

Weymouth, Dorset, GB