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Event profiles

This is the start of what could become a large information resource on triathlon events in and around the UK (come to that, the world...)

As the resource grows we will probably end up with multiple descriptions of some events - that's because some people have a different take on what the courses are like. Some descriptions will be from organisers, others from athletes, but all will be subjective so please treat them as that and don't come back complaining that what someone described as an 'undulating' bike course was like a trip through the Himalayan foothills!

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Alton Duathlon

Organiser N/A
Venue Alton Water Leisure Park, Holbrook, Suffolk
Swim N/A
Run 1 The run starts within the Alton Water Leisure Park and within the first kilometer passes along the reservior dam wall before leaving the park and taking in undulating country roads. There is a sizeable hill at around 4 km otherwise it could be described as flat to undulating. The run finishes back in the Leisure Park.
Bike Same course as used for Suffolk Triathlon. A single lap well proven local road race circuit on generally quite roads taking in some lovely views of the Orwell Estuary in the first half but with some testing hill in the later stages.
Run 2 Same as the first, finish at the Leisure Park
Other info N/A
Submitted by John Gabriel - Ipswich Triathlon Club


Organiser N/A
Venue Applemore Leisure Centre, Hampshire (New Forest Series)
Swim Upstairs 25m pool with a short run down the stairs to transition
Bike Starts with a fairly large hill then becomes rolling picturesque moorland with some long flat sections. No hideous hills. Several cattle grids and stray wild animals. Course is very exposed in places and has potential to be cold, wet, windy and miserable on a bad day. At least one right turn and several roundabouts. There is an untimed section for 400m at the end of the bike on a busy section of road outside Tescos.
Run Initially through woodlands, later through a quiet residential area. The whole run is undulating but not particularly hilly.
Other info N/A
Submitted by Jon Webb - Spelthorne Triathletes

Ashbourne Duathlon

Organiser N/A
Venue N/A
Run 1 The first run is an off road loop with a small section (600m) on road around the reservoir (superb views). The course is a tough 12k run with some really challenging climbs half way round the reservoir and a fast flat last 2 mile along the dam wall to the transition area.
Bike Again this is a loop. You leave the Carsington vistor centre via an entrance allocated purely for the duathlon. Turn left and climb gradually to about 2 mile where it levels off until the next left hand turn where you descend a steep hill to a t-junction (extra should be taken here). Then the course climbs for the next 7 mile with one short sharp descent down from Middleton Top. You then descend down towards Wirksworth and take the courses only right hand turn for the final flat last 5 mile towards the transition area. The fastest the bike has been completed in is 1 hour and 12 minutes (this gives an idea to the severity of the hills. It is probably the most scenic and toughest duathlon in the country.
Run 2 The final run retraces back along the dam wall for a fast flat out and back finishing run.
Other info N/A
Submitted by N/A


Organiser Concept Sport
Venue Bournemouth beach in front of pier
Swim Open sea swim starts with sprint run from beach, 100m out to sea then runs parallel with coast for 650m and then comes back.
Bike Starts with steep short climb up Bournemouth cliff and then very fast gentle undulating dual carriageway out and back to Ringwood. Comes back through Bournemouth town centre so look out for holiday makers wandering across the road.
Run Since 1999 the run goes straight out for 5k and then back for 5k.
Other info Transition: Compact, fenced off area tucked in between the flyover and the entrance to the pier. Slopes on both exit and extrance to/from the bike route. Concrete sea front. Facilities: No changing rooms but toilet facilities nearby. Fish and chip shops plus all the attractions of a British sea side resort available! Comments: Lots of atmosphere due to the holiday resort location. Lots of bemused holiday makers/spectators. You have to register the day before. With the promised improvement in the transition set up this is a great triathlon. Water station half way down run course plus water at end of run.
Submitted by Peter Dunbar (updated 1999)

East Grinstead

Organiser East Grinstead Tri Club
Venue Kings Centre, East Grinstead
Swim 25m pool, shallow at both ends and very fast. Long run to transition.
Bike Potentially tricky exit from the Kings Centre and round into the town and then away onto good roads for a 30k undulating ride. One large hill (look for the church half-way up on the left) and several steady climbs make you pay for the fast downhill start. One section of traffic calming where you may have to stop and give way - big penalties if you ignore the marshal!
Run 5k loop over an undulating circuit which retraces the last mile of the bike course before twisting and turning through the local houses and along wooded tracks before climbing back up through an industrial estate to the start. Caution required crossing the road onto the main field and then a grass section to the finish.
Other info Probably my favourite pool-based sprint distance event. Superbly organised and tough enough to have to really work to get a decent time.
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Eton Supersprints

Organiser Human Race
Venue Eton Rowing Lake, Dorney Reach (Nr Maidenhead)
Swim Wetsuit recommended. 500 metres open water swim in the large rectangular rowing lake. You start, treading water, just in front of the transition area, beside a floating pontoon (which you can hold onto if you like). The swim can be a little bit crowded sometimes, although not nearly as bad as some. I would recommend first timers to start from the back or the side on this one. You do 1 lap of a triangular course, returning to the edge of the lake, near to where you started. The transistion area is right in front of you, so you can go straight to your bike.
Bike 19k (roughly 12 miles), 4 laps on a flat closed road. Each lap is basically up and down one road that runs parallel to the lake. There is a turn point around a cone at the far end (be a bit careful on this), before heading back towards the transition area/club house, and turning round a small roundabout. You get a really good cheer when you go past the clubhouse at the end of every lap, and the beauty of this bike course is that you can see exactly how well you're doing in relation to your rivals. Just remember to count your laps properly. When you go past the clubhouse for a 4th time, you pull into transistion and get ready for the run.
Run 2 5k, 2 laps of a flat course. The run route is out and back, parallel to the lake, on a foot path, and has a turn point at the far end. Again, the course is open so you can see how quickly you are being caught up by your enemies. There is good crowd support at the turn point nearest the transistion, and I seem to remember no shortage of complementry drinks at the finish (which is back near the transistion).
Other info Facilities: Lots of changing/shower facilities in the club house of this newly built rowing facility. Tea/coffee etc, lots of trade stalls and parking. This is a closed roads race.
Submitted by Phil Mosley


Organiser N/A
Venue N/A
Swim sea swim around a triangular course with a beach start in a fairly well protected bay. Short run up beach to transition area.
Bike 100m from start of bike course is the North Face of the Eiger. Thankfully short (maybe 300m) but very steep, be warned people push their bikes up this hill! This is followed by a relatively flat section for several miles and an undulating section for 15 or so. Then you get to "the mother of all hills". This is steep and long (probably 1.5 miles) though by no means unclimbable. It's followed by some technical stuff, then you're back onto the flat section and back into the village via the north face of the eiger. Note the wall next to the 90 degree bend on the decent looks very painful if approached too fast.
Run starts along the coast path for half a mile then goes straight up the Eiger's twin brother. This flattens out and you eventually end up on a simple out and back loop which is the flat section of the bike course. There is a short dog-leg at the end of this loop. The run returns the way it came, with the steep hill squashing your toes into the toe-box of your trainers.
Other info Not for faint hearts. Beautiful scenery on quiet roads. People who do Pembroke say this is easy.
Submitted by Jon Webb -- Spelthorne Triathletes

Flashman Triathlon/Duathlon

Organiser Leicester Triathlon Club
Venue Lutterworth Grammar School & Community College, Leicestershire
Swim Lanes with waves of 4 competitors starting at 5 min intervals
Run 1 Duathlon over tarmac paths and pavements. Competitors start at one minute intervals. Flat run.
Bike Triathlon and Duathlon share cycle and final run courses. Cycle is undulating with no major climbs.
Run 2 Out and back with gradual downhill on way out. Course is a combination of pavement and good quality off road track.
Other info N/A
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Opta Guernsey Middle Distance Triathlon

Organiser N/A
Venue Pembroke Bay, Guernsey
Swim The Middle distance swim will start in Pembroke Bay to the North of the island. The course consists of 2 loops of a triangular course. Athletes competing in the Olympic distance event will swim one loop of a slightly different course within Pembroke Bay. The waters of Pembroke Bay, where the swim takes place have attained the highest standards for bathing water quality set by the EU for the eight years since testing first began in 1992. The beach has attained the Rural Seaside Award through the Tidy Britain Group and most importantly water temperatures will be several degrees higher than anywhere else in the UK.
Bike The 80km/40km cycle is on open roads, which will be subject to normal traffic laws - identical to those on the mainland (UK). As roads will not be closed Police Officers will marshal major road junctions. The course is mostly coastal and predominantly flat, consisting of 2 loops - 1 loop for the Olympic distance. The first and last 5km of each loop are technical with several tight turns. At 13km there is a moderate hill which rises in stages for about 3km. Water stations are placed at the cycle turn next to the transition area and at intervals along the course. The route has excellent road surfaces making for a fast cycle course
Run 2 S The 21km/10km run follows a portion of the cycle course before turning back of itself. Middle distance entrants would complete 2 loops and those for the Olympic 1 loop. The run does not include any hills. Again there is a water station at the transition area and at intervals along the course.
Other info N/A
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Hampton Pool

Organiser Thames Turbo
Venue Hampton Pool, Hampton High Street adjacent to Bushy Park
Swim Open-air, heated 36m pool which can be very choppy. 400m swim is actually 438m (12 lengths) and run as a rolling start. You swim up and back, then duck under to the next lane -- sounds odd but works a treat.
Bike Starts with an out and back to Hampton Court roundabout then left onto the Lower Sunbury Road for a 10 mile out and back leg to Littleton Lane (near Chertsey Bridge) then back to the waterworks where the cycle leg stops. Dead leg back to the transition with a time limit befor the run.
Run Inside Bushy Park
Other info Always over-subscribed!
Submitted by Peter Dunbar

Hillingdon Triathlon and Duathlon

Organiser Hillingdon Tri Stars
Venue Outdoor Activity Centre, Harefield
Swim 450(ish)m in watersports lake. Clean and occasionally cold but some swim this without a wetsuit. Mass start in lake triangular course, the canoe club provide lead and safety canoes (remember to thank them). Exit where you entered, change into your running shoes, throw your wet suit in the back of a van which deposits them back in the parking area for you.
Run 2 lap run multi-surface, virtually flat. This follows the access road to the centre out to the main road. Turn left, follow main road until the mini roundabout (1km), turn left, turning up a lane and onto a footpath soon a fter. The path starts as tarmac but becomes fields after a stile. If it has rained this part can be slippery so bring shoes with good grip. There are a number of stiles through fields leading you back to the watersports centre. After the second lap pick up your bike from the field next to the main road, remember to run round the cone at the end of the transition area. There is no racking and the surface is stony so bring a towel to put your shoes on and a stand for the bike if you feel you need one, there is enough room to lay the bikes down and most people do this.
Bike 26km 2 laps all left turns except the first roundabout which you 180 on to get you across the road (this is the same one as on the run). One set of lights (pelican crossing), rolling and scenic with lots of small hills but only one of consequence -- if you are a weaker cyclist then put a 23 sprocket on the rear. Course is marked and usually marshalled on the roundabouts but don't rely on this as the marshals as ever are volunteers and it depends on who's there on the night. At end of the lap you go through Harefield village take care as there are shops and a couple of pubs, just after this there is a very fast down hill. It is worth practising this in order to take full advantage of it. Then flatish sprint to the finish at the point the road crosses the entry to the watersports centre. First timers should drive the course.
Other info NOTE: Yes, this is a swim run bike event and not a mistake by the webmaster... Facilities: showers, WCs, café (not usually open but there are machines). Well organised, friendly local race with donuts and soft drinks afterwards, good course, usually runs a little late but don't bank on it as I have found to my detriment occasionally giving the field a head start when the traffic has been heavy in the evenings
Submitted by Mike Morris

Hart Leisure Centre

Organiser Paul Weavers
Venue Hart Leisure Centre, Hitches Lane, Fleet, Hampshire
Swim 25 metre pool
Bike Good quality course mainly undulating through nice country side. Only one short steep hill otherwise 52/17 for most riders. No traffic lights.
Run Flat cross country run mainly around edges of fields. (I understand the land owner is a keen triathlete!)
Other info Transition: Close to pool and road so it is quick. Located in fenced off tarmac area. Finish is in large playing field. Facilities: Swimming pool changing rooms etc cafe and bar. good parking at school next doorRun by Hart District Council. Water station at start of run. Grows in size each year. Very broad range of competitors, lots of first timers and locals who see this as their annual triathlon! A shorter easier version of East Grinstead in terms of atmosphere, organisation etc
Submitted by Peter Dunbar

Hurst Pool

Organiser N/A
Venue Nurst Pool, near Hampton Court
Swim 25m pool
Bike Completely flat on good local A and B roads. Short inner loop of 4 miles, outer loop of 10 miles. Three sets of traffic lights, all left-hand turns, and four roundabouts.
Run Completely flat, begins and ends on grass, the rest is an out and back on pavements. No major road crossings
Other info Ideal for novices or those looking for a seriously quick time. No special needs for bike or run.
Submitted by N/A

Longest Day

Organiser Black Country Triathletes
Venue Aldersley Stadium, Wolverhampton
Swim 3 laps of a clean freshwater lake at Gailey near Cannock. The lake is immediately next to M6 J11. Nothing much to report about the lake other than it's a bit chilly at 6am (race start) and therefore wetsuits are compulsory. There is a 2.5hr cut-off.
Bike An outward leg from T1 at Gailey along the A5 towards Newport. This is where the first of two laps starts by continuing along the A41 to Ternhill, swinging a Left down the A442 towards Crudgington. Follow the B5062 back to Newport and repeat. Once back at Newport for the second time, you basically retrace your steps(?) back along the A5 to the A449 junction near Wolverhampton. U-turn at this island before a fiddly bit back to Aldersley Stadium which I will not even attempt to describe here but, trust me, it is very well signed on the day!
The road surface is pretty good all the way round and the course is only slightly undulating. The only climb of any significance is on the A41 leading up to Ternhill but even that is more of a gentle grind than anything else. Aid stations are around every 20 to 25 miles and there are roving mechanics on course. All aid stations are stocked with water, carbo drink and nanas (you'll be so sick of nanas!!)
Run This, so Julian Jenkinson told us, one of the fastest Ironman run courses in the world! It consists of 3 laps along a well surfaced disused railway track with a very forgiving surface for those shot legs! Well shaded for most of its distance and with aid stations every 2000/2500m and is dead flat. It's a flyer!
Other info N/A
Submitted by BCT

Marlborough Triathlon

Organiser N/A
Venue Marlborough Leisure Centre
Swim (25m pool) Set off in wave starts seeded fastest last. 4-5 per lane at 10sec intervals, leave through back door to service area, fairly long run to transition in a field behind the centre with long grass and the odd nettle. Mount when you reach the tarmac of the rear service road of the centre. Make sure you know where you're going as there are an 'in' and 'out' to the transition with stakes and tape next to each other and you will be sent back if you use the wrong one.
Bike All left turns, no lights. My favorite bike course, once out of the leisure centre you take in the edge of the historic town slightly downhill before the first of the climbs gently but relentlessly to the hills above the town. The course becomes one of the most scenic and interesting courses with some hard climbs and some very fast down hills one of which has a sharp left-hand bend which at full speed can be very exciting or worrying depending on your point of view. In the latter stages it becomes rolling and fast taking you though many sights including the Avebury stones. After you turn back onto the main A4 the run back to Marlborough tends to be longer that you expect. First timers drive the course noting the position of the tricky bends on the downhills and equally important the slightly blind corners where you can keep pushing the pace. Less strong cyclists use minimum 23/42 gearing and pace yourself, not a course suited to 26in wheel steep angle bikes. Make sure you know where you are going when you get to the leisure centre as the service road entry can be confusing under race conditions note the speed humps, dismount points and correct entrance to the transition.
Run Out and back tracing the route of the cycle. As you reach the A4 you are routed through a narrow raised foot path with anti- cycling barriers (watch out for returning runners and other pedestrians). You follow the road for approx 1km before turning right into a lane that gently climbs for approx 3km (after 2k it starts to take its toll) becoming a gravel track, a dead turn and then retrace your steps, this time you enter though the main entrance to the centre a final short but sharp hill then 100m drop to the finish.
Other info Facilities: showers, WCs, café, usually trade stands, accommodation overnight in sports hall before race including breakfast which I mistakenly helped myself to having not stayed there. Well organised race, great course, usually runs a little late but there are worst crimes in the world of triathlon.
Submitted by Mike Morris

Minet Park (Hillingdon Duathlons)

Organiser Hillingdon Tri Stars
Venue Minet park cycle circuit at Hillingdon
Run 1 2 laps of the cycle circuit run anti-clockwise
Bike 10 Laps of the circuit again anticlockwise
Run 2 1 lap clockwise
Other info Circuit: a traffic free purpose built cycle racing circuit the lap being approximately 1 mile. It has an excellent smooth surface despite the efforts of the travellers last year. The course is varied with sweeping corners and one sharper fast corner. There are 2 climbs, a fun fast circuit. Transition: a lay-by at the far end of the circuit, no racking, not spacious but adequate space for laying out the bikes and equipment. The format sometimes varies with relay teams (2x run and bike)/drafting allowed or what seems fun at the time. Times range from 38min to 1hr.
Submitted by Mike Morris

Pembrokeshire Tri

Organiser N/A
Venue Alton Water Leisure Park, Holbrook, Suffolk
Swim Start on the beach and run/walk into the relatively calm waters. An out and back affair that goes up one side of a breakwater and back down the other side. The swim is fairly calm due to the shelter provided by the harbour within which the swim takes place. It can get a little choppy on the way back though.
Bike Medieval scholars once believed the world was flat -- they obviously hadn't been to Pembrokeshire. An out and back course a little over the 40k. The course climbs for the first 2.5 miles, nothing too severe but your legs sure know about it. The course then meanders through the glorious Welsh countryside, dipping up and down several times, just to remind your legs that they do need to work every now and again. The turnaround point is a lay-by manned by marshals and police. The journey back is relatively quick. If the wind is up then it can be a hard slog out but a very fast return journey.
Run Two laps out and back along the Stena Ferries land. Nice flat and fast course giving you a chance to cheer on your team-mates and keep an eye on any competition. The turn around point is on the seaward side of the harbour breakwater and you can see the Irish Sea in all it's glory.
Other info Excellent race atmosphere, well organised, plenty of safety boats and marshals. Party afterwards, what more could you ask for?
Submitted by Chris Flavell

Spelthorne Triathlon

Organiser Spelthorne Triathletes (1994-2001)
Venue Sunbury Leisure Centre, Sunbury on Thames
Swim 25m deck level pool
Bike Right out of the Centre to traffic lights then left to Gaston Bridge roundabout, right through lower Shepperton and on to Littleton Lane. Right at roundabout and on into Laleham then left into Ferry Lane and back to Chertsey Bridge on Thames Side. Left to Littleton Lane, right at roundabout and re-trace the course to Gaston Bridge roundabout. This time go straight over (same as Hampton Pool course) and on to Lower Sunbury, left up Green Street to traffing lights and left back to the Leisure Centre. (Two sets of lights, both left turns).
Run Left out of the Centre, right at the lights and back down Green Street. Right turn at the bottom and then right into Halliford Road, past Squires Garden Centre and right into Halliford Village, rejoin the bike route and back up to the M3 overpass, right at the lights and back to the Leisure Centre. Two road crossings needed.
Other info Venue being used for some of the Hampton Pool races in 2004
Submitted by N/A

Suffolk Triathlon

Organiser N/A
Venue Alton Water Leisure Park, Holbrook, Suffolk
Swim 20 lengths of a 38 metre indoor (heated) pool using 6 lanes with competitors set off in one per lane every five minutes. Where possible age groups in same wave to give 'head to head' competition.
Bike Single lap on undulating Suffolk roads, usually quite quiet. Great views of the Orwell Estuary at the beginning but some tough hills on the way back.
Run The two laps run anti-clockwise on a course primarily of hard tracks and grass all within the school grounds. Relatively flat with one climb on the grass section. Some interesting 'stepped' sections at start and towards finish.
Other info N/A
Submitted by John Gabriel - Ipswich Triathlon Club


Organiser Tonbridge Lions
Venue Tonbridge School, Tonbridge, Kent
Swim 25m pool
Bike The course is hilly with a significant number of climbs in the first 9 miles followed by a technical descent onto River Road then a fast downhill (40mph +) with the final 5 miles being the flattest. None of the climbs is that serious but you have to work hard all through the first 9 miles and there's no sense of getting into a groove.
Run 200m downhill onto the school playing fields and then two loops of a flat grass circuit (watch out for the two bridges) before climbing back up onto the school running track for the final 300m.
Other info A great season opener and one that definitely determines if you did any good from all that winter training.
Submitted by N/A

Weymouth Half Ironman

Organiser Concept Sport
Venue Lodmore Country Park, Weymouth
Swim Weymouth is in a natural bay so the swim is pretty well sheltered from the elements. The start is in front of the tennis court transition area. It begins with about 50 metres out before heading West for around 900 metres then turn round the outside of buoy and back past the start before turning back into the beach. Well marked with big bright coloured marker buoys all the way. The only problem being the sun shining in your eyes on the way back. Tinted goggles are worth wearing.
Bike A pretty hilly bike course. You start with a flat bit for a couple of miles before a big climb out of Weymouth on the A354. Turn right onto the A35 which is undulating with biggish hills here and there. Turn at the junction with the A31 and back along the A35 before going down the A352 towards Wool then loop back and finally down the A353 to Weymouth. Hilly for most of the way with a nice blast down hill towards the finish. Road surfaces are very smooth for most of the course.
Run Two laps which starts off with a mile or so along the seafront which is flat before turning inland. There are a few hills around the back of Weymouth on the way out which are compensated by some nice downhill bits on the way back. Second lap is very hard when you go past the finish knowing you have got to do it all again !!
Other info Transition: Tennis courts about 200m west of the car park
Submitted by Roy van Hal

Wimborne Fast-Twitch

Organiser Concept Sport
Venue Queen Elizabeth Leisure Centre car park, Wimborne. On the Wimborne to Dorchester Road
Swim The swim is a fairly standard 400m pool swim. Swimmers starting off in waves with fastest swimmers last. From the pool, the route goes out of the leisure centre (no steps that I can recall), and out to the tennis courts. to collect your bike.
Bike After wheeling your bike out of the tennis courts and mounting up, the route starts with a left hander out of the leisure centre down through some sweeping bends and onto a short straight past Kinston Lacy House before getting into the undulations past Badbury rings. These finish with a fast sweeping downhill run to Tarrant Keynston and a 90-degree left hander into the village proper (make sure your brakes work). More undulations and you get to another left-hander (beware on these roads, they're a bit narrow and there is very occasional traffic) followed by more undulations and the only right hand turn on the course. A short run and you arrive at the main Spetisbury road. Beware here. There IS traffic and it can be travelling quite quickly. There are Marshalls at this left hand turn because of the traffic and poor visibility in the direction of the traffic you'll be merging with. The route gets faster now. Very mild undulations with some flat bits to a roundabout at which the route goes left back towards Wimborne. Even flatter now to another roundabout and another left hander, another flat section, a narrow humpbacked bridge and a small roundabout before the only real climb on the course back up to the leisure centre and back into the tennis courts.
Run Out of tennis courts, out of the centre and turn left in the same direction as the bike route. A short downhill un followed by a left turn and onto backroads for the majority of the run (there is the occasional car on these roads, and they're narrow, so take care). Downhill, left-hand and it gets flat for a while before starting to climb gently back towards the leisure centre. Left onto the main road which you climbed on the bike back up to the leisure centre and the finish line.
Other info This is a nice race to finish the season with (I like it). It's the first race I ever did and it is eminently suitable for first timers, with a short pool swim, and bike and run sections which are interesting without being too challenging. Though it's late in the season, the weather's usually OK, parking is free and Wimborne is full of delightful hostelries. (And no, I'm not looking for sponsorship from them). Beware that the race does fill up, so those of you who are in the habit of entering on the day, you're taking a chance.
Submitted by Paul Scotson


Organiser Human Race
Venue Alexandra Gardens, Windsor
Swim 1500m in Thames. First 900m is upstream then 600m downstream. Strength of the current varies (as does water quality) year by year. Wetsuits definitely recommended.
Bike Great course mostly using good local B roads. The route features a 'dead leg' along Drift Road which at time resembles drafting heaven but beware that there are always plentiful draftbusters - the sheer numbers make it hard not to get involved in a bunch so be warned. The dead turn at the end can be tricky! No real hills of any note, but a great downhill finish back into Windsor through the Great Park.
Run Four-pointed 3-lapper through the town centres of both Windsor and Eton. The first lap is the hardest as you run straight from transition up to Windsor Castle and then turn and head back down to Eton. Lots of spectators and encouragement and probably one of the most scenic.
Other info Transition: In park next to river with good security, long run from river exit (200m) and bike exit/entrance is quite long 150m? all grass. Facilities: No changing rooms but large toilet facilities nearby (designed for coach tourists) lots of stands selling food, drinks and bike bits, etc, plus Windsor town centre 400m. You have to pre-register and you also have to rack your bike on the Saturday. Registration is at transition/expo village.
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