Plans for 2021
How do I Qualify for Tim Tri Cymru?
Firstly, you’ll need to enter the Welsh National Championship event for preferred discipline. These are:
National Sprint Triathlon Championship – Llanelli Sprint, Sunday 16th May – Healthy Life Activities
National Standard Triathlon Championship – Porthcawl Standard, Porthcawl – Sunday 8th August– Aim2Tri & Pencoed Triathlon Club
Once you’ve entered the event of your choice, you then need to register your intention with Welsh Triathlon. You’ll need to complete the following survey by clicking HERE
Once you have successfully registered, you will receive a confirmation email.
if you do not receieve an email within 7 days of registeration please contact email@example.com
Who gets selected?
It is our aim to take at least one male and one female representative from each age category to each event. This will be based on the best placed registered participant in each category. If scope allows, additional places will be provided where possible.
Which Events will I represent Tim Tri Cymru at?
You and the rest of the team will represent Wales at both the British Sprint and British Standard Championships in 2022. The venues and dates of these events have yet to be confirmed, but they are often part of a wider BTF delivery of a World Triathlon Series event, so it’s sure to be an exciting prospect once confirmed. If those who were initially selected are unable to make the published dates, then a roll down list will be operated for that respective age category.
Tîm Tri Cymru Manager, Amy Jenner, says
“I’m thoroughly looking forward to assisting the Tîm Tri Cymru representatives for a seocond year. This is a great opportunity to lead the way and for us to showcase how passionate Welsh Triathletes are on a British stage”.
Events Officer, Gareth Evans, stated
“This is an exciting opportunity for Welsh Triathlon and its members to show what can be achieved within domestic age group racing. We’re a passionate bunch at the best of times, so the opportunity to go to a British Championship as one team, wear the Dragon and represent Tîm Tri Cymru against our English and Scottish counterparts is one we hope captures the imagination and grows in 2020 and beyond”.