Types of Race Summary
We run two club championships, one for Tristar and Youth and the other for the Junior (17/19) age group. These are local races in the East region and many are league race. The best 4 races count and you can earn bonus points at selected events were we aim to have a high club turnout at. Cycling is on grass or closed circuits.
This is for Tristar and Youth age groups. Most of the races are included in our Club Champs The best 5 races count and you must be a member of Triathlon England to take part. Cycling is on grass or closed circuits.
This is the National Championships for Tristar 2 and 3 age groups and is an open water drafting race on tarmac. The East Region select a team of 3 boys and 3 girls from each age group, based on performances in two IRC qualification races. The IRC is part of the Under 20’s Festival which includes the final race in the Youth and Junior Super Series
This is a series of 6 races and a pathway into elite racing. The races are drafting races and to take part you need to attend a Performance Assessment Weekend or be a member of a regional academy.
This is for Junior age groups. Some of the races are included in our Junior Club Champs The best 3 races count and you must be a member of Triathlon England to take part. The races are mainly adult races with the cycling on public roads.
These are one off races with an Aquathlon, Duathlon and Triathlon Championship.
These are international Duathlon, Aquathlon and Triathlon Championships in which juniors and adults who are not racing at elite level can represent Great Brtiain. To qualify, you have to take part in a qualification race. Entry fees, travel and kit can make these races very expensive.