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British Triathlon and Home Nations launch The Big Reboot

With the UK and devolved governments announcing or in the process of announcing their roadmaps out of national lockdowns, British Triathlon, Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon have announced The Big Reboot which will lead the sport back to activity in 2021.

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Up and coming Scottish triathlete raises over £1,600 for Namibian School

A member of the Triathlon Scotland Academy, Anna Hedley, has hula hooped her way to raising over £1,600 for Abraham Gariseb School in western Namibia.

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Leadership changes at the Triathlon Trust

After nine years in role, The Triathlon Trust’s Chair, Joe Garner, is soon to stand down from his role, in accordance with the term limits prescribed in the charity’s Articles.

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My 100km turbo challenge

Nine-year-old Jasper Jenkinson completed his challenge for the charity Ronald McDonald House, where his parents stayed while he had a heart operation when he was four weeks old.

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From injury setback to charity fundraiser

“I won’t get to the Olympics sat on my bum” are the words of nine-year-old Olivia Hayman who has been swim, bike and running her way through lockdown to raise money for MacMillan Cancer Support.

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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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A look back at the National School Sport Week at Home

As part of the Youth Sport Trust’s National School Sport Week at Home, British Triathlon set families a different challenge to complete each day.

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National School Sport Week at Home: British Triathlon backs campaign to ensure no child misses out

British Triathlon is joining the Youth Sport Trust and Sky Sports to help young people and families up and down the country engage in a week of virtual sporting challenges.

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British Triathlon joins with Sport and recreation sector to commit to tackling inequality

The appalling death of George Floyd, the global protests that have followed and the powerful message of the Black Lives Matter movement has made every section of society take notice and confront an ugly truth.

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Family IRONMAN for local hospital

The Louw family from Cornwall have been swimming, cycling and running their way to 226.31km to raise money for the Royal Cornwall Hospital Charity whilst at home.

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