Last weekend was full of domestic multisport action, here’s everything that took place.
Darley Moor May Sprint Duathlon – A draft-illegal, traffic-free duathlon on the Darley Moor race circuit across a 4.8km run, 18.3km cycle and 2.4km run.
East Leake Triathlon – A fast, flat course made up of a 400m swim, 22km cycle and 5km run.
Sywell Sprint Tri Series 1 – As part of a three-event series, this sprint triathlon featured swimming in a retired reservoir, cycling in surrounding country lanes and a final lakeside run.
Cotswolds Lake 62 Novice Events – Featuring a deep-water start, cycle around the Cotswolds and a spectator-friendly run course. Participants raced in duathlon, triathlon, aquabike and aquathlon formats.
Cats Cotswold Sprint and Supersprint Triathlon – Athletes were welcomed to Cotswold Country Park for sprint and supersprint triathlon.
Wadebridge Tri - The Camel - Cornish Tri Series II – Participants took on the Camel Trail as either a Big Camel (400m swim, 26.4km cycle, 4.6km run), Little Camel (200m swim, 13.5km cycle, 2.5km run) or across TriStar 1, 2, 3, Start and Youth distances.
Dorney Triathlon – Dorney hosted both sprint and standard distance racing in the form of triathlon and aquabike.
The Huntsman – Participants travelled to Ellingham Lake with the choice of sprint, standard and middle distance racing across a variety of multisport disciplines including aquabike and duathlon.
The Marlow Classic – The Thames Valley gave participants plenty of choice in both distance and discipline, even hosting a swim-only race.
Horwich Triathlon – Participants that took on ‘The Race to the Pike’ were challenged with a 500m pool swim, 40km cycle and 8.6km run to the summit of Rivington Pike.
St. Annes Triathlon – Part of the Fylde Trilogy Series alongside Ribby Hall and Fleetwood, participants raced at St. Annes across sprint, TriStar and Youth distances.
Big East Triathlon – Participants in the East of England took on an 800m swim, 48km cycle and 10km run. This event was also enjoyed as a middle distance and aquabike race.
Hertfordshire Triathlon – Hosting sprint and standard distance triathlon alongside relay and aquabike competition, this event also showcased the Herts Club Championships.
Tadcaster Tri – Now in its fifteenth year, Tadcaster Tri challenged participants to a 400m pool swim, a 14km cycle and a 7km run alongside the River Wharfe.
Warmseal Northumberland Triathlon – Taking on sprint and standard aquabike and triathlon races, the Warmseal Northumberland Triathlon hosted a freshwater swim, coastal cycle and multi-lap run.
British Triathlon has developed specific Covid-19 requirements focused on the practical implementation of the key government measures of social distancing and increased hygiene. The above permitted events have demonstrated their application of these additional requirements.