Events are selected from the region to comprise the London League, allowing clubs across London to support each others events, compete against each other and generate a healthy environment for improving performance, encouraging participation and having fun.
LL2018 Race Schedule
|Kingfisher Aquathlon||Aquathlon||29 April||Kingfisher Triathletes||Round 1|
|Thames Turbo Triathlon||Triathlon||7 May||Thames Turbo TC||Round 2|
|Crystal Palace Triathlon||Triathlon||13 May||Crystal Palace Triathletes||Round 3|
|Dragon Slayer||Duathlon||13 May||East London Triathletes||Round 4|
|The Total Motion Aquathlon||Aquathlon||19 May||Round 5|
|Artic one (Para League only double points)||Triathlon||28 May|
|Ful-on Aquathlon||Aquathlon||10 June||Ful-on TC||Round 6|
|The Bridge Standard Open Water||Triathlon||17 June||Round 7|
|Windrush Aquathlon||Aquathlon||24 June||Windrush TC||Round 8|
|Thorpe Park Standard Open Water||Triathlon||15 July||Round 9|
|Midnight ManMiddle and Long London Champs (not in league scoring)||Triathlon||11-12 August||Bridge Triathlon|
|Clash of Tritons||Aquathlon||2 September||Greenwich Tritons||Round 10|
|London Fields Aquathlon||Aquathlon||16 September||London Fields TC||Round 11|
|Jekyll and Hyde Duathlon CANCELLED||
Frequently Asked Questions
Can my club enter the League?
Only Triathlon England London Region affiliated clubs can enter the League. If you are unsure if your club is affiliated please contact the Regional Manager - Jon Train
How does my club enter the League?
All Triathlon England affiliated Clubs in Triathlon London are AUTOMATICALLY entered in the League and there is no additional entry fee. Please encourage your triathletes to wear club team kit when racing in the League to promote and advertise Triathlon London's clubs
How do individual club members enter the races in the League?
Members from each club must enter the races as individuals under their club name, and we would encourage you to enter events early, before they sell-out.
NO CLUB NAME ON RESULTS SHEET = NO POINTS SCORED
Individuals pay their own entry fee for each event.
YOU MUST BE A PAID UP MEMBER OF YOUR TRIATHLON CLUB TO BE ELEGIBLE TO SCORE POINTS FOR YOUR TEAM, and can only race for one London Club in any calendar year.
How does my club score League points?
Each club's best FOUR team results in the series will count towards their final points score and must include one triathlon.
There are three team competitions, male, female and mixed teams.
Male: The first three triathletes from each club to finish count for a maximum score. Two scoring triathletes will also count but the team won't be able to score maxium points. Teams with three finishers will be ranked in order then the teams with two finishers will then be ranked below the teams of three scorers.
Female: The first three triathletes from each club to finish count for a maximum score. Two scoring triathletes will also count but the team won't be able to score maxium points. Teams with three finishers will be ranked in order then the teams with two finishers will then be ranked below the teams of three scorers.
Mixed Team: The first three male and first three females to finish count. Note that you can count for both the mixed team and the single gender team. Teams with less than five triathletes (3 males and 2 females) do not score
Alongside the League there will be a "Mob Match" prize for clubs with the highest participation in League events.
What is the scoring system?
For the Club League scores, the race winner picks up 1 point, 2nd placed athlete 2 points, etc for the whole race.
Total points from the three highest placed triathletes gives total points score for the team (male and female). The total points from the mixed team is made up from the highest placed three males and the highest placed three females.
The winning team (with the lowest points) from each race is then awarded 100 points, 2nd place 99 points, 3rd place 98 points, etc in the league rankings for that race.
In the event of a tie on points, we will look at each club's mob match score in the series to act as a tie-breaker. If points are still equal then we will look at each club's fifth race score in the series, and if necessary sixth, then seventh and eighth.
Mob match points are calculated with every particpant finishing, scoring one point for their team in the overall score.
Each club's total points for ALL club finishers in the race will be totalled and the highest scoring club in each race is than awarded 100 points, 2nd place 99 points, 3rd place 98 points, etc in the Mob Match rankings for that race.
League and Mob Match rankings will appear on this website following each event.
Age group competition
Again for 2018 the very popular age group competition. This is across all age groups, the age groups as defined by Triathlon England, ie. 25-29, 30-34 year etc. (Age on 31st December 2018).
Triathletes in each age group will score points with the same scoring system as the Team competitions. The race winner picks up 1 point, 2nd placed athlete 2 points, etc for the whole race.
The best FOUR events to count,( one must be a triathlon), and the overall place you finish in determines the points scored. The lowest points total wins.
An open category Paratriathlon League.
In addition to scoring in the other competitions there will be one point awarded for every Para Tri competitor with a league event finish. The male and female athlete with the most points wins the Para Tri League.
For 2018 :- Again this year London Paratriathletes who complete the course at The Arctic One triathlon on Monday 29th May at Eton, Dorney Lake will again score double points to count toward the Paratri competition in the League.
Are there prizes?
The various Club League winners, male, female and mixed teams will receive a Triathlon London League trophy.
The winners of each age group (male and female) will win an award.
Mob Match prizes to be decided (based on level of sponsorship achieved)*
*All references to prizes are subject to the level of sponsorship/advertising achieved for the race series and will be scaled accordingly.
If you have any questions relating to this area, please contact Alan Spelling, Senior Series Organiser.