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British Triathlon announces Covid-19 Triathlon Relief Fund in partnership with the Professional Triathlon Organisation

British Triathlon, the three home nations and the Triathlon Trust have announced a partnership with the Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) to launch a Triathlon COVID-19 Relief Fund.

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Bandits on the bike

Meridian Triathlon Club (“The Time Bandits”) organised a socially distant baton relay across the region to connect their members and help them keep active during lockdown.

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Optima Racing set up bursary scheme to help people swim, bike, run

A British Triathlon affiliated club, Optima Racing Team, have been swim, bike and running in south London for the past 20 years and are providing financial support to help introduce new people from their local area to the sport.

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Show your support this SportsAid Week

British Triathlon are joining in the celebration of up-and-coming talent by supporting SportsAid Week 2020 from 21-27 September.

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Bridging the gap with the virtual challenge

Wikiwiki are an online triathlon club with a British Triathlon affiliated triathlon team who made the most of the AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds Virtual Challenge to connect and inspire their members.

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Around the world with Fusion Triathlon Club

Fusion Triathlon Club from Glasgow took on the challenge of travelling around the world under their own power whilst at home.

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Cycling and running in partnership with the Muslimah Sports Association

Since 2018, British Triathlon and the Muslimah Sports Association have been organising weekly cycling and running sessions for local women in London.

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British Triathlon to resume DBS service

From the 18 July 2020 British Triathlon will resume its DBS service to enable coaches, volunteers and others operating within regulated activity to complete the process to obtain a DBS certificate.

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Bath Amphibians’ one club race from New Zealand

Having suffered life-changing injuries, club member Adam Malin has spent lockdown in New Zealand and the club are joining him on the 11,000-mile journey from Auckland back home to Bath.

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Chichester Westgate’s 50 day Tokyo challenge

Youth and junior triathletes from Chichester Westgate Triathlon Club are taking on a swim, bike, run challenge in aid of MIND that will take them to Tokyo and back in just 50 days.

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