Triathlon events in Edinburgh September 2018

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If you are looking for local triathlon events look no further. Whether you are looking for a Super Sprint triathlon to ease you in, an impressive Olympic distance for a massive challenge, or want to really push yourself with a Half Ironman or full Ironman, here you can find details of a huge range of local triathlon events in both the UK and all over the world.

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Sprint Triathlons in Edinburgh September 2018

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Be part of the sprint distance triathlon in this picturesque seaside resort. The event is open to both adults and children age 14 and over and has the fantastic finish line atmosphere we have at all of our events.

The Saundersfoot Triathlon offers athletes travelling down to support friends, family or club members who are tackling the Ironman Wales a chance to take home their own medal! Taking place on the Saturday before, the event is open to both adults and children aged 14 and over.

Saundersfoot Triathlon

Saint Brides Hill, Pembrokeshire, GB
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We are delighted to be taking over the organisation of the Shropshire Triathlon which has been held at the fabulous venue of The Mere at Ellesmere since 1992. In 2014, The Mere was given a Green Flag Award the mark of a quality park or green space in the UK and now attracts over 240,000 visitors a year.

Supported by Peter Davis at Shropshire Council and Alan Rowen, a member of the previous local organising committee, we plan to continue providing a 'Triathlon Experience' for everyone to enjoy at a much loved event which would have been a sad loss to the commmunity.

If you want to Tri a Triathlon or are an experienced Triathlete we have distances & challenges to suit you within this fun & friendly triathlon and are pleased to announce the addition of a Middle Distance to the event.

Shropshire Triathlon

Ellesmere, Shropshire, GB
1 race
£64.50£89.50
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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.

Mumbles Triathlon

Mayals, Swansea, GB
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Olympic Triathlons in Edinburgh September 2018

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We are delighted to be taking over the organisation of the Shropshire Triathlon which has been held at the fabulous venue of The Mere at Ellesmere since 1992. In 2014, The Mere was given a Green Flag Award the mark of a quality park or green space in the UK and now attracts over 240,000 visitors a year.

Supported by Peter Davis at Shropshire Council and Alan Rowen, a member of the previous local organising committee, we plan to continue providing a 'Triathlon Experience' for everyone to enjoy at a much loved event which would have been a sad loss to the commmunity.

If you want to Tri a Triathlon or are an experienced Triathlete we have distances & challenges to suit you within this fun & friendly triathlon and are pleased to announce the addition of a Middle Distance to the event.

Shropshire Triathlon

Ellesmere, Shropshire, GB
1 race
£64.50£89.50

The swim will take place in the beautiful lakes of the Cotswolds. The event will be a deep-water start with swimmers taking part in the same wave. Once completing the swim, you will prepare for the cycle stage for a two lap course around the Cotswolds taking in some fantastic scenery. The cycle course is fairly flat with a couple of gentle sloping inclines. Once completed you will drop your bike off for a spectator friendly run course around the lake.

If you would like to take part in this triathlon event as a team, please select the team entry option and include additional details in the custom field at the bottom of the page. You may have two or three members in your team. Your timing chip will act as your relay baton and ALL changes must take place in the relay change over box in transition.

Cotswolds Lake 62 End of Season Triathlon

Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire, GB

North Norfolk's popular Triathlon held in Wells-next-the-Sea will be back in 2018 staged by the Wells Harbour Maritime Trust.

The start, transition and finish will all be based on the picturesque quayside at Wells. The 1.5km open water swim will be held in the sea in Wells Harbour followed by a 40km bike route around North Norfolk coastal villages in a loop returning to the quay. The 10km run course will take you along the North Norfolk coastal path and out onto the beach returning back to the quayside for the finish. Competitors will be split into different waves leaving approximately 5 minutes apart.

Wells is a beautiful and historic seaside resort that provides opportunities for sightseeing, water sports, bird watching, country walks and plenty of family fun, this is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is a great excuse to come and spend the weekend in this popular location.

North Norfolk Triathlon

Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, GB
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Half Ironman Triathlons in Edinburgh September 2018

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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.

The White Bear is a tough triathlon and will without a doubt test you. The nature of this triathlon will present challenging open water swimming conditions, a relentless cycling route and a gradually ascending run that concludes with a descent through the Sallagh Braes unveiling spectacular views and the sound of applause from a fantastic local community when you cross the finish line at the White Bear.

The White Bear Triathlon – Half and Full distance

Ballygalley, Larne, GB
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The iconic Avenger Triathlons return to Ragley Hall, near Alcester in Warwickshire for the sixth time.

The start and finish for all three distances will be in the magnificent Ragley grounds, which also provide activities for all the family.The swim takes place in the boating lake and is based on a 650m lap. From the lake, it is a short, slightly uphill run to transition. The bike routes then take competitors along the drive and out into the beautiful, rolling Warwickshire and Worcestershire countryside, returning to Ragley Hall via the imposing main gates and up the sweeping drive past the Hall itself. The run course, used for the first time in 2016, is based on a 5km lap through woodland tracks, gardens, historic outbuildings and fields of the estate.

This provides all the competitors with a chance to enjoy some of the spectacular scenery Ragley Hall has to offer. In 2017, competitors described the run course as tough but stunning, with great support all the way around.

The Avenger Triathlon

Alcester, GB
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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.

Mumbles Triathlon

Mayals, Swansea, GB
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Ironman Triathlons in Edinburgh September 2018

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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.

The White Bear is a tough triathlon and will without a doubt test you. The nature of this triathlon will present challenging open water swimming conditions, a relentless cycling route and a gradually ascending run that concludes with a descent through the Sallagh Braes unveiling spectacular views and the sound of applause from a fantastic local community when you cross the finish line at the White Bear.

The White Bear Triathlon – Half and Full distance

Ballygalley, Larne, GB

Tenby is a seaside town steeped in ancient history and surrounded by an imposing medieval stone wall. Over time, Tenby has seen many changes, but it has been on the leisure map for over 200 years. With all that experience, the people of Tenby know how to offer each and every visitor an unforgettable time. Notable features of Tenby include 4 km of sandy beaches, the 13th century medieval town walls, the 15th century St. Mary's Church; the Tudor Merchant's House; Tenby Museum and Art Gallery; and the Pembrokeshire Coast Pathpart of Wales' only coastal National Park.

IRONMAN Wales begins on Tenby's North Beach, which provides one of the most spectacular swim locations on the race circuit. Despite challenging bike and run courses, athletes are treated to consistent and motivating inspiration from some of the most vocal and enthusiastic spectators in endurance sports.

IRONMAN Wales offers 40 qualifying slots for the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, HI.

Ironman Wales

Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, GB
1 race
£140£440

The Brutal Extreme Triathlons start in the beautiful (and slightly chilly) Lake Padarn. The bike course goes through stunning scenery and over some challenging hills. And finally, the run takes you on a undulating trail round the lake and up and down Wales' highest mountain, Snowdon.

The distances available are Half, Full and Double (the Triple will be back in 2019) You can enter all of these events as a solo or in a team (2 - 4 members).

The Brutal Extreme Triathlons

Llanberis, Gwynedd, GB

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