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After a swim in the legendary Bala Lake, this classic event moves into the shadow of Wales’s highest mountains for the bike and run. Quicker athletes will be looking to exploit the shorter, sprint distance course and earn valuable series points.
Undoubtedly the toughest race in the 2019 series and arguably the toughest triathlon in Britain, this event begins with a swim in the freezing waters of the mountain lakes at Capel Curig. Then a massive 70 kilometre bike stage takes competitors on a tour of the most beautiful views in Snowdonia, ...
A new addition to the series, this popular Olympic distance event features a sea swim, a spectacular bike ride over the hills of the Gower Peninsula and a coastal run where off-road running and steep hill climbs will settle the race.
The final event in the series takes place on the island of Anglesey in North Wales. A sea swim and hilly bike set up the 5k technical run in the forests and sand dunes of Newborough, where the titles will be decided.
photo credit: event images by Mel Parry