A record-breaking day of storming the castle for the Harlech Duathlon. A cold start slowly switched to windy but sunny conditions for athletes finishing the race in the impressive Grade I listed Harlech Castle, having conquered the almost 127 steps to reach the finish line.Read Story
Rhys Jones has always had poor eye sight, but he never imagined being told that in a few months/years he may be completely blind. Keep reading Rhys’s story to hear about how he went from being diagnosed with cone dystrophy to coming fourth place in the Commonwealth Games.Read Story
Welsh Triathlon and IRONMAN are excited to announce their first ever Long Distance Welsh National Championship race will be IRONMAN Wales at Tenby on Sunday, 3 September 2023. Titles will be contested in each age group from age 19 to 90.Read Story
Welsh paratriathlete Darren Williams continues to fly the Welsh flag with pride after his life changed dramatically when the birth of his first child was followed three weeks later by another life-changing incident.Read Story
From being diagnosed with Friedreich’s Ataxia to cycling from Cardiff to Paris and taking part in the Welsh Super Series.
From being diagnosed with Friedreich’s Ataxia and ‘walking wonky’ to white water rafting, surfing, cycling the length of Wales, cycling from Cardiff to Paris, and finally planning to race all 6 of our Super Series races in 2024. Here’s Tina’s story…Read Story
Tuesday 21st of February saw Welsh Triathlon team up with Active Young People, Swansea Council to deliver a go-tri at Penlan Leisure Centre as part of Swansea Half Term camp.Read Story
Caris Hedd-Bowen is making a name for herself in the world of swimming and some of you may have seen her featured on our social media when she coached some open water sessions for us last year. Five years ago, Caris couldn’t swim: these days she can call herself a swim champion, swim coach, swim school owner and soon to be triathlete. This is Caris’ story…Read Story