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Carlisle Triathlon

August 6 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Richard Rose Morton Academy, Wigton Road
Carlisle, Cumbria CA2 6LB United Kingdom
£23 - £30

Come and join us on Sunday 6th August for this Triathlon England approved event. A beginner-friendly and fast course in the Great Border City of Carlisle with a fantastic atmosphere and prizes.

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Go Tri Askham

August 9 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Askham Outdoor Swimming Pool, Lake District National Park
Askham, Cumbria CA10 2PN United Kingdom
£5 - £6

Approximately 200m swim, 10k bike, 2k run.

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Bowness-on-Windermere Sprint & Novice Triathlon

August 12
Cockshott Point, Glebe Road
Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria LA23 3GZ United Kingdom
£25 - £34

This Triathlon event in the magnificent Lake District which includes the excitement of racing next to Lake Windermere, with transition at Cockshott Point in Bowness, a cycle around the shores of the lake into Ambleside and back. The run takes you on a number of loops depending on the distance, towards around then turning back towards the Cockshott point.

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Bassenthwaite Triathlon

August 19
Bassenthwaite, Cockermouth, Cumbria CA13 9YD United Kingdom
£36.50 - £45.50

The 2017 Bassenthwaite Triathlon (Bass Tri) will be the sole collaboration between Tri-Lakeland Triathlon Club and Bassenthwaite Sailing Club. Thanks again to Bassenthwaite Sailing Club for allowing us to use this fantastic venue once again.

It is the aim of Tri-Lakeland and Bassenthwaite Sailing Club to host a friendly, safe and high quality event that welcomes both competitors new to triathlon and those seasoned to competitive triathlon.

For the third year we will be hosting a Short Distance alongside the Standard Distance Triathlon.

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Penrith Triathlon

September 3
Shap Swimming Pool, Gayle Avenue
Penrith, Cumbria CA10 3NS United Kingdom

Penrith Triathlon - Sprint and Go Tri distances.

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9Bar Helvellyn Triathlon

September 3 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Jenkins Field, Glenridding, Cumbria CA11 0US United Kingdom
£60 - £65

One of the toughest triathlons in the world
Swim in crystal clear Ullswater
Cycle includes the infamous "Struggle" to the top of the Kirkstone Pass (1489ft)
Run up and down Hellvellyn (3118ft)

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Buttermere Triathlon

September 9
Buttermere, Buttermere, Cumbria CA13 9UZ United Kingdom
£48 - £53

Swim Buttermere Lake, cycle up the challenging gradients of Whinlatter and Honister passes, run the trails around the beautiful shores of Crummock Water. This triathlon is possibly the most scenic in Britain, set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Lake District mountains in the iconic location of Buttermere.

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BrutalFest 2017 – CANCELLED

September 9 - September 10
Park Foot Caravan & Camping Park, Pooley Bridge
Penrith, Cumbra CA10 2NA United Kingdom
£80 - £150

BrutalFest is a brand new, festival-style event weekend, packed with all the best things in life: swimming, running, triathlon, inspiring people, workshops and great food!

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Kendal Sprint Triathlon 2

September 24
Kendal Leisure Centre, Burton Road
Kendal, Cumbria LA9 7HX United Kingdom

The second Sprint of the season based from Kendal Leisure Centre gives triathletes the opportunity to improve their time set earlier in the season. Kendal Sprint Triathlon is suitable for both experienced and beginner triathletes. The event has reached maximum capacity for the last few years so early registration is recommended.

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Half X

September 24
Watersedge Inn, Borrans Road
Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 0EP United Kingdom

The World toughest Half Iron

Half X is the world's toughest 70.3 mile Half 'Ironman' Distance Triathlon

At over 9,186 ft (2,800m) and taking in 6 hill climbs over 20%, with Hardknott Pass topping out at 33%, the bike leg is by far steepest and most gruelling of any Half Iron Tri anywhere in the World. With a climb of over 1000 m over 21 km the run is imposing in it's own right, taking in the peaks of Nab Scar, Heron Pike and Great Rigg before the final ascent of Fairfield Summit. If you are up for a challenge and want a different '70.3' experience then this is the race for you.

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