The 2020 British Championships provide age group athletes with the opportunity to earn their crown and become British Champion.
Covering five multisport events, the British Championships are the highest level of amateur competition in the country.
Bringing together the top athletes from across Britain, the championships will once again see high-quality racing at some of the best events that England, Scotland and Wales have to offer.
The first championship of 2020 will be the Standard Distance Duathlon at Bedford Autodrome in April, an event which will also host the British Paraduathlon Championship.
Subsequent championships will take place in aquathlon (Tri & Para-Tri Festival) and sprint (Cardiff Triathlon) and standard (AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds) distance triathlon, before the Middle Distance Triathlon Championship at the Aberfeldy Triathlon in August ends the year.
Competed over a 750m open water swim and a 5km run, the Aquathlon Championships is the latest to be added to the calendar having been a part of individual Home Nation’s Championships for a number of years.
Across all the championships, competitors will race in five-year age categories, with gold, silver and bronze medals awarded to the top three male and female athletes in each category.
Championship medals and titles can only be won by British Triathlon members, with all Core and Ultimate members being eligible to race and win. For more information about British Triathlon membership and to sign up, click here.
Check out the British Championships page to find out more and view the events.