Performance Assessment Weekend takes place as the first event on the British Triathlon Youth and Junior Super Series.
All athletes with aspirations to race on the British Youth and Junior Super Series are required to attend the PA's, with the results from the weekend setting the order of entry for the inital races. The assessments include a swim time-trial on the Saturday followed by a combined, timed bike-run on the Sunday.
We will be running a number of Bike IRD's across the first two weekends in March. Attendance at one of these IRD's will be mandatory for all Youth and Junior athletes who will be attending the PA's. More information about these IRD's can be found below.
This year, some senior athletes will also need to attend the Performance Assessments in order to complete for starts in Tier 1 races. Please note, attendance at a Bike IRD in March may also be required for some senior athletes prior to the PA's. Information about which senior athletes will need to attend the PA's and IRD's is available in the Senior Super Series Selection Policy and Senior Super Series Explained document.
Details are listed below for the 2022 Performance Assessments.
The age categories for the Youth and Junior Super Series are based on an athlete's year of birth. For the 2022 season, the age categories will be made up of athletes born in the following years:
Youth A - 2006 and 2007
Youth B - 2005
Junior - 2003 and 2004
All athletes born in or before 2002 are categorised as Seniors.
Dates and locations:
University of Nottingham / Prestwold Hall Circuit- 2nd & 3rd April 2022
Juniors and Seniors - 800m swim / 20km bike / 5km run
Youths - 400m swim / 10km bike / 2.5km run
2022 Bike/Run Start Lists
The starts lists for Sunday's bike/run are available below:
The PA's and IRD's will be conducted in a Covid-19 secure manner, with specific information communicated to those who register to attend nearer the time.
The hosting of the PA weekend and the IRDs' will be subject to national and local restrictions and British Triathlon guidance.
CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) screening will not be taking place at this years event. For those racing in World Triathlon or Europe Triathlon events a screening is mandatory prior to entry, whilst it is optional for all other athletes. You can find out more about CRY screening here.
2019 Performance Assessment Weekend Results
2018 Performance Assessment Weekend Results
The results (including splits) and further information from 2018 can be found below:
2018 Presentation Slides
2017 Performance Assessment Weekend Results
The results (including splits) and further information from 2017 can be found below:
At the 2017 Performance Assesment weekend we released information on the new Athlete Development Framework. We would advise any athletes and parents who are new to Youth and Junior racing should take some time to familiarise themselves with the Framework as this will work to support their continued development
You can find out more about the Athlete Development Framework by downloading the booklet or exploring the links below.
The Six Pillars
The framework is built around 6 key principles of development or pillars that align with our core values on talent development and coaching practice. Please click on a title to learn more.