A five mile off-road out and back course starting on the Lavant Village Green, heading north along Marsh Lane (Water Meadows) and picking up the Centurion Way to a turn-round point with finish at end of Marsh Lane. This race replaces for 2019 the Midsummer 5. We hope those regular runners of our mid-June event will support this new exciting race that has online entry and a burger (beef/veggie/vegan options) and beer/lager/soft drink included in the entry fee. Cash prizes for the first three men and women, plus prize for the first man and women in age categories U20, V40, V50, V60 and V70 as age on day of event. Only one prize per person. UKA Race Licence 2019-38032
NO entries on the day – online entries close Tuesday before at midnight
The Phoenix Aquathlon Series is made up of four races for Tristar age groups (age 8-14), a race for youth/juniors and one for adults (age 15+) on a flat and fast circuit at The Guildford Lido. The swim takes place in the open air, 50m lido pool and the run is around the traffic free perimeter of Stoke Park.
The races are identical so it’s a great way to compare your times for each race and see how your fitness improves throughout the season! We welcome entrants of all abilities and really hope you’ll come along for an evening of fun and friendly racing.
Race dates are 3rd May / 7th June / 5th July / 2nd August
Worthing Triathlon is one of the original sea swim events and has been going since 2003. We’re located on the beautiful West Sussex coastline between Brighton and Chichester where the water quality has been good for the last few years. Three race distances are available, Standard, Sprint or Relay which are suitable for all abilities. Our Race HQ is on the grass by the Alinora Boat Ramp, Marine Crescent (near the Yacht Club BN12 4JE), Goring Beach, Worthing. This is a quiet shingle and sand beach with acres of grass alongside the promenade. Spectators have a great view of all the action and can sit on the grass above the transition area in their own little amphitheatre!
The Sprint distance is 750m swim, 21km bike and 5km run; the Relay Triathlon is held over the Standard distance. The Worthing Triathlon has been described as a ‘Bear Grylls’ event in that competitors are tested by the elements in all 3 disciplines. There is no hiding place at Worthing, but that’s why the event has been so successful for 16 years and competitors leave with a sense of achievement. Conditions vary with wind, currents and the tide all having an effect. Excellent safety coverage from the Council Safety RIBS, Surfer Skis, Sailing Club RIBS and our experienced kayak team together with beach spotters.
The bike course is an out and back rolling course on A class roads through the South Downs National Park via Long Furlong and it’s beautiful views before heading back downhill into Goring-by-Sea. The run course is fast and flat with a palm tree lined promenade and turn points at the historic Lido and Pier.
The event has a friendly atmosphere that is ideal for ‘newbies’ seeking their first sprint event, yet challenging for experienced competitors wanting a burn up Ditchling Beacon.
Enjoy a great event with great facilities.
|Falmer Brighton Triathlon||Swim 400m, Bike 27.7km, Run 5.1km||Earlybird closes 01/04/2019 12:00am||£35.00||ENTER ONLINE|
|Falmer Brighton Triathlon – Relay||Swim 400m, Bike 27.7km, Run 5.1km||Earlybird closes 01/04/2019 12:00am||£45.00||ENTER ONLINE|
Every year we donate the vast majority of the funds we raise to charity.
Junior events on the Saturday with the adults choosing from the following:-
Adult Olympic Distance Triathlon (600m Swim, 42k Bike, 10k Run)
Adult Sprint Distance Aquathlon (400m Swim, 5k Run)
Adult Sprint Distance Aquabike (400m Swim, 33k Bike)
BRAND NEW Adult Sprint Distance Duathlon (5k Run, 33k Bike, 5k Run)
Hosted by our very own Chris, Danny & Jay, a great event, a run along the seafront from Worthing to Lancing and back – a great place for some Tuff spotting
10km Out and Back along the Foreshore of Worthing Seafront.
Race Limit: will be 500 via si entries with a further 80 spaces being available for pay on the day. We anticipate the race filling up.
This year we will be posting race numbers to all competitors so please ensure you enter the address you want to receive your number into the system correctly.
Car Parking: There are numerous Car Parks and on-street parking available in Worthing within close proximity, please allow adequate time to get to the start.
Changing Rooms and Toliets: There are no changing rooms at the the race location, however there will bag storage which runners can leave items at thier own risk. Toilets will be located in Coast Cafe and there are Public Toliets located on the Esplanade.
Aid Stations: There will be one Aid-Station located at the 5km point, Water and Jelly Babies will be provided
Finishers Medal: Every finisher will recieve a finishers medal ( A new medal this year )
Apres Run: We hope you will all join us for a soft drink / beer in Coast Cafe afterwards.
Since the inaugural event in 2010, Outlaw Nottingham has grown into one of the UK’s most iconic long distance triathlons. In 2019, Outlaw Nottingham celebrated its tenth birthday albeit it in torrential race curtailing the bike
Despite growing in size and stature down the years, Outlaw Nottingham has retained its friendly, welcoming and inclusive environment. Whether you break a course record or finish at 11pm, everyone is guaranteed to receive a hero’s welcome when they cross the finish line.
The start, swim, transition and much of the run (including the finish) are all conveniently located within close proximity of each other within the National Water Sports Centre, making it the perfect event for spectators who will be able to cheer on their friends and loved ones on multiple occasions throughout the course of the event.
Also featuring on-site camping, excellent city centre hotels nearby, plenty of car parking and family friendly activities throughout the day, Outlaw Nottingham really is the perfect event for both athletes and spectators.
A stunning and picturesque run on the South Downs from the team at Raw Energy on Sunday July 26th 2020. The venue for the event will be at Cowdown, a private farm on top of the downs close to Washington, West Sussex (RH20 4BA). We’ve got a new 10km & our popular 10 mile trail run have some of the best views around stretching as far out to sea as the Rampion Wind Farm and the Norths Downs and Surrey Hills to the north. It’s not actually a dawn start, more like 8am, but it’ll be earlier than some of our other runs to avoid the midday sun if it shines. If our other runs are anything to go by then this is likely to be very popular.