Find out what happened at local events around England this weekend.
Clumber Park Duathlon
Having relocated to neighbouring Thoresby Park, over 400 participants enjoyed the course decked out in autumnal colours. The run-bike-run event offered a sprint and standard distance, as well as relay options for both, with two women sharing the fastest women’s sprint time of the day as Rachel Davies and Rebecca Winter both completed the course in 01:16:12.
You can view all the results here.
GO TRI Come and Give it a GO TRI LimbPower Duathlon
Woodford in Cheshire welcomed novice multisporters for a GO TRI duathlon in aid of LimbPower this weekend. Consisting of a 2.4km run, 10km bike and second 2.4km run, the course encompassed picturesque viewing for all who took part.
GO TRI Local Milton Country Park
The first pilot programme for the new GO TRI Local initiative kicked off in Cambridge at the weekend with 12 children and 10 adults taking part in a duathlon for the first time. GO TRI Local sees multisport brought to the heart of local communities on a regular basis to help more people take up the sport. The weekend’s duathlon is one of three pilots and was held in Milton Country Park, with the event being replicated monthly to allow participants to develop over time.
Check out permitted events near you for the rest of 2020 and into 2021 on the British Triathlon Event Search. Events issued with a permit have safety documentation and Covid-19 Secure measures that have met the required standards, giving you peace of mind when taking part. You can find upcoming opportunities for all sporting backgrounds on the event search below.