Find out which events took place at the weekend and see the results, plus, use the British Triathlon Event Search to find an event upcoming near you.
Cotswolds End of Season Standard Triathlon – 12 September Taking place in the privately owned Lake 62, Ashton Keynes, participants raced over a 1,500m swim, 39km bike and 9km run for the standard distance triathlon, with a sprint+ aquabike also taking place where participants completed a 750m swim and 39km bike. The time-trial start meant participants were more spread out, giving them more opportunity to enjoy the stunning Cotswolds scenery that was on show in the late-summer sun.
Croyde Ocean Triathlon – 13 September Jack Hutchens set the fastest time for a fourth consecutive year at the plastic-free event on the North Devon coast. The scenic setting provided a great backdrop to a challenging event as participants completed a 1,500m sea swim, 38km cycle and 12km off-road run. Taking place for the sixth year, the additional Covid-19 measures meant the event was like no other year and provided participants with a day to remember.
GO TRI Sri Chinmoy Duathlon – 13 September Taking place at Tockington Manor School, north of Bristol, 35 novice participants were provided with the opportunity to combine running and cycling in this multisport event. The distances were a 2km run, 15km bike and a second 2km run, with the runs taking place on the school site and bike leg being ridden on roads around the venue.
Torbay Triathlon and GO TRI Torbay – 13 September Taking part at Torbay Leisure Centre and adjoining Velopark, this traffic-free event provided a variety of opportunities for all abilities and ages to get involved with swim, bike, run. The English Riviera sun shone strongly as participants completed the pool-based event.
Dorney Triathlon – 12 September Eton Dorney was a place of much celebration during London 2012 and the same was true at the weekend with many triathletes getting back to swim, bike, run. Setting off one at a time, participants completed the swim followed by a flat bike and run around the lake adorned with the Olympic rings.
Blenheim Palace Triathlon – 12 & 13 September Even amongst the current circumstances, Blenheim Palace Triathlon was a spectacle to behold with the number of participants taking place in the Covid-19 Secure event and the unique venue that the event calls home.
Eastbourne Aquathlon – 13 September A sea swim kickstarted the event for participants in all the distances taking place. The weather showed the town and the event in all its glory, with the run along the seafront giving views out to sea and of the historic pier.
The Channel Triathlon – 13 September Folkestone Harbour Arm welcomed participants for this charity event organised by the local Rotary Club of Folkstone Channel. Money raised by the event will go towards a number of local projects, giving those taking part an extra bit of joy when crossing the finish line.
GO TRI Colwick Park Aquathlon – 12 September Organised by TFN Tri Club, this beginner targeted event provided two options to those wanting to try out a multisport event and build their confidence. The park provided a great setting for the event, providing a safe course for participants to swim and run in.
29th Derby Triathlon – 13 September Etwall Leisure Centre and surrounding area provided the venue for this long-running event, with the 29th edition different to the previous 28 due to the Covid-19 Secure measures put in-place. A range of participants enjoyed getting out for a swim, bike, run, some for the first time and others for the first time in the new format.
By taking part in a permitted event you can be sure of a safe, fair, and most importantly, an enjoyable race experience. With aquathlons, duathlons, triathlons and aquabikes, GO TRI races and children’s races too, whoever you are and whatever your sporting background, there’s an opportunity waiting for you on the British Triathlon Event Search.