Four events to get you through August


We’ve had a busy start to the season and August is going to be no different, with four championship or Age-Group Team qualifiers taking place across Britain.

By being a British Triathlon member, you’re eligible to win medals at your respective Home Nation’s Championship and British Championship races as well as qualifying for the British Triathlon Age-Group Team.    

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Cowman Triathlon, Emberton Country Park, Olney, England, 4 August  

Our first event of August takes place at Emberton Country Park and offers the chance to qualify for the British Age-Group Team for the 2025 World Triathlon Standard Distance Championships. The race starts with a 1.5km lake swim before a scenic 45km bike leg. For the final part of the race the 10km run heads back towards the lake with on and off-road sections taking participants to the finish line.  

The event also plays hosts to middle and sprint distance triathlons as well as aquabike races. There are also relay options.  

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Bedford Triathlon, Russell Park, Bedford, England, 11 August  

We stick with the standard distance a week later as Triathlon England members can compete to become England Standard Distance Triathlon Champion. Using the Bedford embankment as a magnificent backdrop, the race kicks off with a river swim over 1.5km. Its then off into the countryside for a fast 41km bike leg before heading back to Russell Park, for a three-lap, 10km, run and the chance to be English Champion.  

To be in with a chance of becoming English Champion you must be a Triathlon England Core or Ultimate Member.   

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ATW Mallory Park Triathlon, Mallory Park Circuit, Leicester, England, 17 August 

We drop down in distance for our next event as Mallory Park plays host to the British Sprint Distance Triathlon Championships, which doubles up as a British Age-Group Team qualifier for the 2025 European Sprint Distance Triathlon Championships. The 750 swim takes place in the lake enclosed by the track, while the 20km bike leg is on the race track itself, making full use of the smooth surface. Participants then run flat laps around the lake, totalling 5km at the finish line.  

If you’re looking for a shorter race the event also offers a super-sprint triathlon, taking place over a 400m swim, 8.8km bike and 2.5km run.  

To be eligible to be become British Champion you must be a Core or Ultimate member.  

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Aberfeldy Middle Distance Triathlon, Loch Tay, Kenmore, Scotland, 18 August  

The distance is upped for the final event we’re looking at this August, as the Scottish Middle Distance Triathlon Championships takes place on Sunday 18. With breathtaking views of Ben Lawers, the 1.9km swim takes place in Loch Tay before the 90km leg sees participants race across the Highland Perthshire Countryside. The views continue to reward participants’ effort as they run 21km to the finish line.  

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