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Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham

Be the first to know about the Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham 2019 with event distances for everyone, from first-time triathletes through to Britain’s best age-groupers, along with spectator and volunteering opportunities.

How to watch Nottingham & Leeds, and what else is happening this weekend

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Nottingham and Leeds will understandably dominate this week’s triathlon headlines and TV airtime, but there’s also an ETU Cup and IRONMAN 70.3 taking place.

Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham

There are a few remaining Grandstand tickets for Thursday evening’s explosive Mixed Relay event. You can also watch for free around the course. National pride is on the line against the best triathlon nations in the world, and this race counts towards Olympic qualification in 2020.

Preview here.

Team Great Britain: Tom Bishop, Jonathan Brownlee, Vicky Holland, & Non Stanford

BBC Red Button & Online LIVE from 6:20pm.

AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds

Who will be the new champions of Leeds? Injury has forced the withdrawal of Flora Duffy and Alistair Brownlee, and Jonathan Brownlee hopes that he’s in with a shout. Britain’s women have demonstrated great form already this season. Read more here.

BBC2 Live from 1pm all afternoon. Last few Grandstand tickets available or watch live on the streets of Leeds. Spectator guide can be found here, grand stand tickets are still available here.

2018 Weert ETU Triathlon European Cup

Weert, Netherlands, hosts the next ETU European Cup event on Sunday with Iestyn Harrett and James Teagle being two of the four British men lining up. Sophie Alden is the lone British female competitor.

Full start list can be found here.

Elite Men: Iestyn Harrett, Cameron Harris, Fergus Roberts, James Teagle

Elite Women: Sophie Alden

IRONMAN Staffordshire 70.3

Staffordshire hosts the ever-popular IRONMAN 70.3 event with a big field of home Pro and Age-Group athletes competing on Sunday.

Lucy Gossage won IRONMAN Lanzarote just two weeks ago, so may find this challenging against the fast legs of the likes of Emma Pallant; but challenging yourself is what triathlon is all about. Mark Buckingham lines up with experienced and up-and-coming athletes all eyeing the men’s podium.

Elite Women: Jaqueline Allen, Nikki Bartlett, Hannah Drewett, Lucy Gossage, Claire Hann, Fenella Langridge, Emma Pallant, Suzie Richards, Natalie Seymour

Elite Men: Reece Barclay, David Bishop, Mark Buckingham, Fraser Cartmell, George Goodwin, Ashley Hurdman, Henry Irvine, Matthew Leeman, Elliot Smales

Full start list can be found here.

British Standard Distance Triathlon Championships, qualification.

Age Group athletes will compete in the British Standard Distance Triathlon Championship as Leeds host for the second consecutive year. 

Age Group athletes will also have the chance to qualify for the 2019 ETU Triathlon European Championships during Sunday's event.

To find out more about the qualification process, please visit here. 

Tristar Leeds

Leeds welcomes the next generation of triathletes with the TriStar races taking place in Roundhay Park on Saturday. The course consists of shorter distances giving TriStar athletes the opportunity to finish on the blue carpet. 

British Triathlon Youth & Junior Super Series​​​​​​​

The next race in the Youth and Junior Super Series takes place in Leeds on Saturday. 

To find out more, please visit here.

GO TRI and SH2OUT

GO TRI will be taking over Rounday Park as they host the biggest ever GO TRI event with nearly 400 beginners taking on the popular event. 

Find local GO TRI events here.

The first ever SH2OUT event will take place on Saturday, with beginners taking on either the 400m or 750m open water swim. 

To learn more about SH2OUT, visit here.

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