Sign up to be a part of the exclusive Accenture Mixed Team Challenge event.
Roll straight out the office on the evening of 5 September 2018 and take on the Olympic Mixed Relay triathlon format. VIP experience packages are available for the only triathlon taking place in the heart of Canary Wharf.
What's included in your entry fee?
Crossing the finish line is only the start of your exclusive experience in Canary Wharf!
- Pre-race briefing in VIP Hospitality
- Teams of 4 race over the Olympic Mixed Relay format
- Mixed teams of two female and two male participants
- Each team member will swim, bike and run before tagging their next teammate to start their own triathlon
- Swim 300m in Middle Dock
- Static bike on Jubilee Plaza – that’s right in front of the tube!
- 1500m traffic-free run on Bank Street
- Iconic finish on Jubilee Plaza with your team
- Canary Wharf streets packed full of spectators cheering you on
- Live DJ to provide a motivational soundtrack to your race and ensure you cross the finish-line with a smile
How to enter?
Entry is limited with only 50 teams able to take part in the only triathlon in the heart of Canary Wharf.
There are two ways to enter:
- Through Accenture (by receiving an entry code direct from their team).
- Through British Triathlon - you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange company invoicing and obtain an entry code.
If you still have queries relating to entry fees, or for more information, please contact British Triathlon via email email@example.com or 01509 226175.
What is the Accenture Mixed Team Challenge?
British Triathlon and official partner Accenture have teamed up to launch an exciting new team event series for the 2018 season; the Accenture Mixed Team Challenge. The new mass participation triathlon format, which will take place across seven locations nationwide, demonstrates Accenture and British Triathlon’s commitment to champion involvement in the sport.
The Accenture Mixed Team Challenge is open to all ages and abilities, inspiring people to get out of the office and into their kit. Participants in Canary Wharf must take part as a four-person mixed gender team with each athlete completing a mini-triathlon before tagging the next team member.
The idea was devised to build upon the excitement of the Mixed Relay triathlon discipline being added to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic roster, in which men and women will compete alongside each other on a quest to collect the very first Olympic gold medal of its kind.
The Accenture Mixed Team Challenge holds true to the principals of mixed relay, providing people with the opportunity to take part in an inclusive, mixed gender and fun team activity. The event series has teamwork at its heart and offers the opportunity for both beginner and seasoned triathletes to team up and compete for top prizes.
The events hosting the Accenture Mixed Team Challenge
The Accenture Mixed Team Challenge will make its first stop at the Northumberland Triathlon on Sunday 3 June. Fast forward a week and it will make two appearances on the ITU World Triathlon Series circuit, at the Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham on Thursday 7 June and the ITU World Triathlon Leeds on Sunday 10 June, where the crowds will be lining the streets across both cities and participants will warm up the course ahead of the elite athletes.
After a month’s rest, the Accenture Mixed Team Challenge will be hosted by the Salford Triathlon on Sunday 29 July, before it ventures south to become part of the AJ Bell London Triathlon, the UK’s largest triathlon event on the first Saturday in August. Glasgow, the most northerly stop on the nationwide journey, will host the Challenge during the same month.
Come September, the series is set to reach its dramatic finale at Canary Wharf on Wednesday 5 September. Here, participants will have a rare opportunity to take on the elite mixed relay racing format, where quartets will go head-to-head; each member completing a mini triathlon before tagging their teammate to do the same in the ultimate battle of the teams.