Absolute Tri Adult Duathlon, Youth and Tristar Triathlon 2019

Saturday 22nd June 2019
Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Wigman Rd, Nottingham NG8 4PB

This year’s races will consist of a duathlon for athletes 16 years of age and above, triathlons for athletes between the ages of 8 and 18 years (youth, TriStar 1 to 3 and TriStart).

The Absolute Tri races are perfect for both novice and experienced triathletes as well as anyone who wants to try out multi-sport racing for the first time.

  • Swim in a first class competition pool
  • Cycle on a purpose built cycle track
  • Electronic timing
  • Sports t-shirt
  • Medal

For junior athletes between the ages of 9 and 16 the race forms part of the British Triathlon East Midlands Junior Series.

To REGISTER for the race click here https://www.stuweb.co.uk/events/2019/06/22/3590


Please note that all details and timings are subject to change; full race details are available to download from the race information panel. Please plan to arrive early enough to set up in transition and attend the race briefing for your race. Discounted entry fees are available for affiliated members.

  • Age range 16 to 99
  • Start time 11:00
  • 2.5km run / 10km bike / 2.5 km run
  • Entry fee £20
Youth Triathlon
  • Age range 15 to 18
  • Start time 13:10
  • 400m swim / 9km bike / 3.5 km run
  • Entry fee £27
Tristar 3 Triathlon
  • Age range 13 to 14
  • Start time 13:40
  • 300m swim / 6km bike / 2.8 km run
  • Entry fee £25
Tristar 2 Triathlon
  • Age range 11 to 12
  • Start time 14:30
  • 200m swim / 4.5km bike / 2.1 km run
  • Entry fee £22
Tristar 1 Triathlon
  • Age range 9 to 10
  • Start time 15:25
  • 150m swim / 3km bike / 1.4 km run
  • Entry fee £19
TriStart Triathlon
  • Age range 8 to 8
  • Start time 16:00
  • 50m swim / 1.5km bike / 600m run
  • Entry fee £16

About the race and venue

All racing takes place at the Harvey Haddon Sports Village in Nottingham which provides athletes the opportunity to race at a state of the art facility and on closed roads.


The swim takes place in a first class competition pool. Waves of 16 athletes will swim side by side in the 8 lane 25m pool. Each wave will complete the swim before the next wave starts so that athletes can enjoy a competitive race without being caught behind swimmers of different abilities.


The bike leg takes place on the purpose built closed road cycle circuit with smooth tarmac, fast straights and hairpin turns. Spectators can get close to the action and view the athletes from many points around the course.


The run takes place on a grass circuit alongside the bike course with each race consisting of a number of loops of the circuit. A raised bank provides the perfect vantage point from which spectators can view the whole course.

To REGISTER for the race click here https://www.stuweb.co.uk/events/2019/06/22/3590

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