If it’s a fast and exciting race you are looking for…. an individual effort or a relay race then you have found it.
The Redcar Sprint Triathlon returns for another year with its continuous swimming, cycling and running race over the recognised sprint distance of 750m swim, 20km cycle and 5k run.
The triathlon takes place over multiple laps of Redcar Seafront meaning the race is great for new competitors and spectators wishing to come along to show their support.
This years event also has additional 5km and 10km running races separate from the main triathlon giving the event a real festival of sport feel.
This is a popular race, fully supported by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.
The nature of the course and the space available for transition are limited. Don’t miss out! Booking is available here
Entry Options –
British Triathlon License Holders – must be produced at registration £42
Non British Triathlon License holders – (includes compulsory day membership) £47
AquaBike (swim-bike) BTF licence holders £35
AquaBike (swim-bike) non BTF licence holder (includes compulsory Day Members fee) £40
‘The fees above Early Bird’ prices and are for the first 100 entries only.
This event is part of The MIGHTY Weekend
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