As we gear up for a new season of swim, bike, run, British Triathlon and Triathlon England are inviting the core deliverers of the sport to join them to help shape what the sport looks like in 2024 and beyond.
Three roadshows will take place at locations across England at the end of February, where Permitting Event Organisers, Technical Officials, Affiliated Clubs and British Triathlon Qualified Leaders, Activators and Coaches will be able to hear about the plans and thoughts that the national governing body has for four key areas of grassroots delivery of swim, bike, run.
The four key areas that the roadshows will cover are membership, workforce (coaching, leading, activating and officiating), participation and events (including Race Pass). The roadshows will take on an interactive format where attendees are encouraged and supported to input into discussions in shaping the future of the sport.
To thank you for your support of British Triathlon, Triathlon England and the participants whose journey you are part of, you will receive a free British Triathlon 40th Anniversary t-shirt when attending a roadshow.
The roadshows will take place at the below dates and locations and you can book on via the link below:
- 23 February 2024, 10am - 2pm, Marylebone Cricket Club – Lord's Cricket Ground
- 24 February 2024, 10am - 2pm, Leicester City Football Club – The King Power Stadium
- 25 February 2024, 10am - 2pm, Manchester City Football Club – Etihad Stadium
Book your place here.
Helen Marney, British Triathlon Director of Development, said of the roadshows: “This is a really exciting and important opportunity for us to bring together core deliverers and stakeholders from across the sport.
“As the national governing body, we want to be leading but also listening as we seek to drive participation in triathlon and swim, bike, run forwards and support those who bring the sport to life in communities and settings across the country.
“We look forward to meeting you at one of the roadshows to share our thoughts for future growth and hear your feedback on what is shared and some of the changes that have already been put into place.”