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In order to create one of the most thrilling triathlons in the country we have devised exciting routes for both the long and the sort triathlon events. The short route whilst less technical than the long still has some challenging ascents, descents and features on open roads which area narrow in parts.
It’s therefore our advice that only riders who are confident in their use of TT bars and aero bars on the open road use them for this event.Find out more »
The route is one of the toughest and most scenic triathlons in the UK has to offer. Swim in the stunning, clear Derwentwater, cycle two of the Lakeland Passes (Honister and Newlands) and run up a Lakeland Fell (Walla Crag). Are you ready for the challenge?Find out more »
Triathlon X is the world's toughest Ultra Distance Triathlon.
In the tradition of the IronMan, NorseMan and CeltMan, Triathlon X tests the athletes to their limit. At over 17,000 ft (5100m) of ascent in 140 (225km)miles of gruelling Lake District mountains, The X is the world's toughest extreme triathlon.Find out more »
The race is based in Keswick, with a superb transition area at The Theatre by the Lake. The swim takes place in the crystal clear waters of Derwentwater, generally regarded on the Lake Districts most scenic lakes. The bike route makes its way to the west coast of Cumbria where competitors get to experience a side of the lakes often unvisited by tourists, with mountains on one side and the sea on the other. During the five lap run stage athletes will have the opportunity running through superb countryside with views to the likes of Skiddaw as well as a spectator friendly section through Keswick town centre. The Lakesman team keep our athletes and spectators at the heart of everything we do to ensure a truly memorable and enjoyable triathlon experience.Find out more »
Whitehaven is a small town and port on the coast of Cumbria, England. Historically a part of Cumberland, it lies equidistant between Cumbria's two largest settlements, Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness, and is served by the Cumbrian Coast Line and the A595 road. It is the administrative centre of the Borough of Copeland and an unparished area.Find out more »
Half Iron - 2000m swim 48 mile bike 12.8 mile run
Quarter Iron - 1000m swim 28 mile bike 6.7 mile run
Windermere Triathlon begins with a 1,500m open water swim across the geographical centre of the of Lake Windermere.
The winding, undulating and rugged nature of Lakeland roads mean a road bike is much more suitable than a tri bike for the race. Tri Windermere has always been deemed a cyclists triathlon as a strong bike section can make up for a bad swim.
5 Fast and flat 2km laps complete the 10km run and Tri Windermere.Find out more »
The standard distance Ullswater Triathlon. Based at Park Foot Camping and Caravan site this race will feature a 1.5K swim in Ullswater, and undulating 40K bike via Askham and Lowther before a final flat 10K around Pooley Bridge. This race has been designed very much with the athlete in mind, with a sociable Saturday afternoon start and a very competitive entry fee.Competitors are encouraged to take the opportunity of the camping and caravanning facilities at Park Foot.Find out more »
New for 2016 the sprint distance Ullswater Triathlon. Based at Park Foot Camping and Caravan site this race will feature a 750mtr swim in Ullswater, and undulating 25K bike via Askham and Lowther before a final flat 5K run around Pooley Bridge. This race has been designed very much with the athlete in mind, with a sociable Saturday afternoon start and a very competitive entry fee. Competitors are encouraged to take the opportunity of the camping and caravanning facilities at Park Foot.Find out more »