Get Involved In ParaTriathlon

FIND YOUR OPPORTUNITY

Sign up for our next Talent ID opportunity on Sunday 14 April at Loughborough University or to be contacted about future dates around the country. During the day you will take part in swim, bike, run/push activities led by British Triathlon's coaches, as well as tap into the knowledge of the team to find out more about paratriathlon.

 

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A paratriathlete with a leg impairment pushes their bike through transition at an event.

Understanding Paratriathlon

Paratriathlon is three sports in one where athletes compete over the “sprint” distance, which consists of:

  • 750m Swim
  • 20km Bike
  • 5km Run/Push

There are also super sprint (shorter distances), duathlon (run, bike, run), aquathlon (swim, run) and aquabike (swim, bike) events for people to take part in.

A paratriathlete crosses the finish line at a British Triathlon Paratri Super Series event

Talent id

When you attend a Talent ID Day, you will have the opportunity to take part in several sessions led by British Triathlon coaches, including pool swimming, transition activities, bike skills and run/push tests.

The coaching staff will be there to support and guide you as well as answer any questions you may have.

Our next Talent ID day is on 14 April, sign up or register your interest for future dates on the button below.

To find out more and ask any questions, please email paratriathlon@britishtriathlon.org

 

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Paratriathlon Performance Pathway

The Paratriathlon Performance Pathway is designed to support athletes with the aspirations and capabilities of progressing towards the Paralympic Games.

You can join the pathway through designated events, talent transfer from other disability sports or through taking part in a Talent ID day.

To find out more about getting into paratriathlon, please email paratriathlon@britishtriathlon.org

 

Wheelchair paratriathlete speaks with their coaches in transition

Classification System

To progress within the Paratriathlon Pathway, athletes are required to gain a classification. This is essential to compete at a national level on the British Triathlon Paratri Super Series or an international level at Europe or World Triathlon events.

Classifications help to create an equal playing field by ensuring athletes only race against people with similarly impactful physical impairments across swim, bike, run/push.

A classification is not required to attend a Talent ID day or to take part in the non-classified section of the British Triathlon Paratri Super Series. Find out more about classification here

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