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The Wales Triathlon
The Wales Triathlon has become a favourite amongst athletes of all abilities.
The middle distance course is fairly fast, with a very sheltered out and back swim in Fishguard bay. The bike leg takes you on a visit to Britain’s smallest city, St Davids and on through the Pembrokeshire countryside. After taking on the rolling hills and distinctive landscape you’ll head back for the final leg. Leading you up the town’s breakwater, the run has two real hills, the rest is very fast and flat, and is stunning as it follows the coastal path.
For those looking for a shorter challenge, the sprint event follows parts of the same course. With so many amenities and facilities on offer it’s one for all the family, with camping available onsite for you to make a weekend out of it.
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FRIDAY 11TH JUNE
4:30pm - 8:00pm Registration OpenPhoenix Centre
4.30pm - 8:00pm MassagePhoenix Centre
SATURDAY 12TH JUNE
9.30am - 11.45am Registration OpenPhoenix Centre
10.30am - 12.00pm Transition OpenThe Parrog
12.15pm Mandatory Race Briefing Middle DistanceStart Line
12.30pm Middle Distance Start
1.30pm Last Middle Distance Swimmer Out Of Water
3.30pm Bike Second Lap Cut OffMathry
3:30pm - 4:30pm Mass Bikes Come Back Into Goodwick
4.45pm Last Bike Into Transition
6:30pm Last Run Lap Cut-Off
7:30pm Last Athlete Cut-Off
Are there age restrictions for race entry?
Yes you must be 14 years old by the day of the race to compete in the Sprint Distance and 18 to compete in the Middle Distance.
Can someone else register me?
No, you MUST register yourself, either the night before or the morning of the race, with ID and Disclaimer.
When do I get my race number and timing chip?
These must be collected at the time of registration upon showing photo ID and a signed copy of the disclaimer.
Are there official photographers?
Yes, Charles Whitton will be on site to take athlete photos.
Can i Transfer, Defer or Refund My Entry?
Please see http://www.activitywalesevents.com/transfers-refunds-and-deferrals/ for all answers regarding transfer, deferrals and refunds.
Do I have to wear a wetsuit?
Yes, this is mandatory for all of our events and must cover the torso & thighs. It must NOT cover the hands and feet.
Can I wear my own swim hat?
If you wish to wear two swim hats that is fine but the issued swim hat MUST be worn on top.
What stroke can I use?
Although BTF rules have now allowed backstroke we will not allow you to do this stroke. Front facing strokes only.
Can I use Tri Bars (aerobars)?
Yes Tri Bars are allowed.
Can I wear headphones?
No, we discourage anyone wearing headphones during the race.
Is there a cut off?
Yes, 4:30pm is the last run lap cut-off time and 5:30pm is the last athlete cut-off time.
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