Junior Membership

Aged 8-18? Find out more about being a Junior triathlete

Take a look at the new Juniors website section, and as an English or Welsh Home Nation member you can login and start building your online trophy cabinet.

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Triathlon England Championship Focus - Stockton Duathlon

2016 has arrived, and with it comes the chance to become Triathlon England National Champion. With many championships now open for entry, athletes can book their spots on the start line to compete for national titles in Olympic and Paralympic year.

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It all started with a relay...

Fun, informal and free from any pressure, Louise perfectly sums up her experience of GO TRI.

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Triathlon Industry Launches Fourth Annual Athlete Survey

To greet the arrival of 2016, with Rio now just months away, the Triathlon Industry Association (TIA) is today officially launching its most in-depth study of the multisport community to assess the state of health of the sport and its associated businesses.

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GO TRI event focus: Active in Wycombe

Active in Wycombe organise a monthly GO TRI aquathlon (swim and run) at a local leisure centre. Find out more and get involved.

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This Girl Can inspiring millions of women and girls to get active

Millions of women and girls have been inspired to get active by Sport England’s This Girl Can campaign and here at Triathlon England, we will continue to show our support.

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Tri Liverpool is offering FREE beginner triathlon training to New-Year entrants

British Triathlon have teamed up with Liverpool City Council to offer 100 free one-month memberships to Lifestyles Fitness Centres across Liverpool, exclusively to the first 100 entrants in the Tri Liverpool beginner wave in 2016.

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New year, new rules - get clued up

With 2015 coming to an end, we can prepare for an exciting new year of competition as we edge closer to the Olympic and Paralympic Games. It's time to introduce the 2016 British Triathlon Rule Book.

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Meet Susie, the charity blogger who took on GO TRI

42 year old Mum of two Susie never saw herself as a triathlete, but after reconstructive knee surgery she took on the challenge to raise money for a local charity.

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GO TRI looks back on a fantastic 2015

It’s been a breakout year for GO TRI, find out why in the article below.

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Triathlon participation continues to grow

British Triathlon welcomes Sport England’s latest statistics via the Active People Survey, published last week, which indicate the growth of female participation in sport, and continued growth of triathlon. This is matched with nearly a ten percent increase in Triathlon England membership this year.

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