Birmingham 2022
Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games will see athletes competing in Sutton Park in individual triathlon, mixed relay triathlon and PTVI paratriathlon.

Triathlon is a ‘core’ Commonwealth sport and has been included in four Commonwealth Games having been introduced in Manchester in 2002 when England last hosted the Games, with mixed relay included in Glasgow in 2014 when the Games last came to Britain and paratriathlon first included in the Gold Coast in 2018.

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

From 28 July - 8 August 2022, athletes from across the Commonwealth will head to England to represent their nations in 19 sports. Individual and mixed relay triathlon and PTVI paratriathlon will take place over two days in Sutton Park on 29 and 31 July. Find out more by visiting the Birmingham 2022 website below.


Queen's Baton Relay

The Queen’s Baton Relay is a Games tradition that celebrates, connects and excites communities from across the Commonwealth. Beginning on 7 October 2021 at Buckingham Palace, the Baton will carry a message from the Queen 90,000 miles across the Commonwealth before returning to England.


Tokyo 2020

Postponed from 2020, the rearranged Olympic and Paralympic Games are heading to Tokyo this summer. Team GB will be represented in the triathlon for the sixth time, with a ParalympicsGB paratriathlon team returning to the Games for the second time having debuted in Rio.

Britain are the most successful triathlon nation at the Olympics and second most successful in the Paralympics, with both teams for Tokyo boasting medallists from previous Games. Odaiba Bay in Tokyo is where the triathlon and paratriathlon action will take place throughout the summer, with the swim, bike, run events providing multiple medal opportunities for Great Britain across both Games.

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