- Event description:
The event takes place from Oundle Swimming Pool. It is the first of the Club Championship races.
Non-Members are welcome to come along and can do 2-races without joining the club. Our BTF Insurance requires competitor's to join the club after two races. Benefits of joining, however, include training in Oundle's fantastic 50-yard pool.
Swim - 900 yards. 18 lengths of the pool.
bike - 20 miles. 2-circuit's around Glapthorn, Upper Benefield, Lower Benefield and Oundle. A couple of nasty climbs, but 1-mile of twisty decent around the Benefield's and a 40mph stretch just before the Golf Course!
run - 5 miles. Out to The George, with a clockwise circuit around Glapthorn Crossroads and Cotterstock Crossroads.
Arrive early to Register, set-up your Transition and listen to the Race Brief.
The event will be followed by a general swim in the River Nene, from Oundle Boat House (opposite Gorilla Cycles) at 12:00 noon.
The evening swim will still be on at Oundle Pool at 7:00pm.
CHALLENGE: To do all 3 swims.
NOTE: This event is on Bank Holiday Monday.
Oundle School Sports Centre
- Mon, 1st May 2017 at 9 a.m.
- Kit list:
A Bike Helmet is compulsory (to BS, Snell or Ansi standards).
A lot of competitor's now compete in a PACTRAC Tri-suit; available from VO2 via the website.
- Who can enter?
- Open to the public
- Entry fee:
- From £10.00 to £10.00
- How to enter:
Entry is on the day or in advance via Paysubsonline. It takes place on the BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY.
Arrive before 8:30am to set up your Transition. Registration is from 8:15 to 8:50am. Briefing 8:55am. Race starts 9:00am.
Please read the event briefing before registering. A condition of registration is to have read the full briefing.
Any breach of the rules, in particular drafting, will result in a DQ. The committee reserves the right to prevent any member competing in subsequent club events for breach of the rules.
YOU MUST STAY AT LEAST 10 METRES BEHIND THE BIKE IN FRONT, UNLESS YOU INTEND TO OVERTAKE, IN WHICH CASE YOU HAVE 20 SECONDS TO DO SO. (BTF Rules changed in 2016 and the Draft Zone was increased from 7 to 10 metres).
Please read the Competitor Briefing: http://pactrac.co.uk/media/files/mini_series_briefing_5.pdf
- Race officials:
- Event organisers: 1 more needed
- Timekeepers: 2 more needed
- Marshals: 5 more needed
Races at this event
A new course record has been set at this event by Paul Lunn with a time of 1:26:46. View the leaderboard for this course.
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