Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee are amongst medallists confirmed to attend the annual ceremony, to be held at Royal Armouries International, Leeds, on Saturday 12 November.
British Triathlon invites you to join the celebrations, as together we reflect on a show-stopping 2016 and look ahead at what the next 12 months have in store. Along with elite achievements, the ceremony recognises the work of triathlon volunteers, officials and coaches, who work tirelessly to ensure triathlon continues to grow and flourish.
Alistair said: “It’s been a fantastic year for the sport and I’m looking forward to celebrating the team’s achievements in Rio.
“The British Triathlon Awards Dinner is always a great evening and it’ll be great to catch up with my teammates in my home town next month.”
It’s been a fantastic year for the sport and I’m looking forward to celebrating the team’s achievements in Rio.
The Olympic and Paralympic stars will take part in a question and answer session during the evening, led by BBC Breakfast presenter and amateur triathlete, Louise Minchin. BBC sports reporter Vassos Alexander will host the night, showcasing the stand-out moments in triathlon over the last 12 months.
Vassos said: “It’s an honour to be part of the British Triathlon Awards Dinner following a hugely successful year for the sport.
“There have been some fantastic achievements across all levels of triathlon throughout 2016, reaching a crescendo in Rio at the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and I’m greatly looking forward to re-living them next month in Leeds.”
Tickets, priced at £55, are now available for the British Triathlon Awards Dinner. Price includes a drinks reception, three-course dinner with wine and evening party.
The day also features a number of expert-led triathlon workshops, geared towards athletes, coaches and event organisers. For more information, please visit here.