Catch up on the domestic action from over the weekend…


Last weekend was blessed with a number of GO TRI events. Here’s what permitted events took place over the weekend.

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South Central

Cowman, Longhorn, Calfman and Stampede Duathlons

A number of races took place in Emberton Country Park as athletes took on various distances of duathlon.

Scott Holmes and Claire Hall were the fastest men and women respectively over the Cowman distance (21km run, 90km bike, 10,5km run). The Longhorn classic saw Marcin Basinski and Rachel Edwards be the first of the men and women across the finish line.

Julien Aliphat was the fastest of the men across the 60.75km, Calfman, distance, whilst Georgina Dunlop was the quickest of the women. Finally, the shortest, Stampede, distance race had Mik Onions and Emily Varley crowned the fastest of the men and women.


GO TRI Reading @ Green Park

Green Park in Reading welcomed beginners to take part in a relaced duathlon that consisted of a 2km lakeside run, a flat 8km cycle and final 2km run. This was a great opportunity for both those looking to become more active as well as those who may have had some time out over the lockdown period.


South East

Gravesend Autumn Duathlon

In the South East, the Gravesend Autumn Duathlon allowed for participants with a variety of skill and fitness levels to take part in multisport, not only offering sprint and GO TRI distances, but also catering to younger participants with TriStar races later in the day.



GO TRI Hull October 2020

Beginner participants were also welcomed to the Ennerdale Cycle track in Hull to take part in an 8km long duathlon that welcomed any and all abilities to take part.


All of last weekend’s events were issued with a British Triathlon event permit, meaning their safety documentation and Covid-19 Secure measures have met the required standards. You can find upcoming events on the event search buttons below.


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