Sri Chinmoy Somerset Sprint Triathlon
"The perfect start to your triathlon season"
About the event
The Somerset Sprint Tri is held on the same day as our ever-popular beginner's "Try-a-Tri" event at the stunning seafront location of Portishead Lake Grounds / Portishead Open Air Pool.
Enter online at Entry Central.
The Sprint Race goes off first, starting at 8am, with a multi-wave pool swim in the unique 33m heated, open air pool on the shore of the Bristol Channel. Straight after that comes a 25K bike course with stunning views from a ridge overlooking the sea, 3 challenging climbs and a route that sticks to quiet roads (B roads & minor roads between Portishead and Walton Village). The run course is a 4-lap loop around Portishead Lake Grounds - fast and flat with lots of opportunity for your supporters to cheer you on from the Esplanade (they have a choice of seafront cafes to relax in while you're out on the bike!).
If you've done our Try-a-Tri before, the Sprint Tri is a great way to take a step up in distance while still enjoying the low-pressure environment of a small event. The max entrants for Sprint & Try-a-Tri combined is 200 so there will be plenty of space in Transition and no problem parking near the start. This race is also a perfect warmup / sharpener for the Bristol Triathlon in June.
400m Swim / 25km Bike / 5km Run
- £34 + £3 BTF Day License
- Triathlon England permit applied for
The Sri Chinmoy Somerset Sprint Triathlon takes place at Portishead Open Air Pool, The Esplanade, Portishead, Somerset, BS20 7HD. See our Entry Central page for more details.
Exact race distances are:
396 metres swim (heated, open air pool)
25.1 km bike (minor roads, hilly in places)
5.3 km run (flat course on minor roads & pavement)
Open to ages 17 and over (Must be 17 on December 31st 2017 to take part)
Please check race details and our refund policy before signing up.
About the Organisers
The Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team
Serving the running community for over 35 years...
Team Founder Sri Chinmoy
A lifelong advocate of fitness and self-transcendence...