23rd September 2018
Middle Distance Triathlon - 1.9km Swim/ 86km Bike/ 20km Run (£160/ Relay £200)*
*there is an additional proccessing fee with all online bookings.
Entries taken within 2 weeks of the event & on the day of the event will include an additional £20 to the entry fee.
SUNDAY - RACE DAY
6:30am to 4:30pm - Event Car Park & Village Open
6:30am to 7:30am - Athletes Registration
6:30am to 7:30am - Transition & Bike Racking Open
7:30am - Middle Distance Race Briefing
7:45am - Middle Distance Start
Circa 1:00pm - Prize Presentation
4:30pm - Event Cut Off Time
COURSE CUT OFF TIMES
Swim (1.9km) - 1 hour 10 minutes after your wave start
Bike (86km) - 5 hours 30 minutes after your wave start
Run (20km) - 8 hours 30 minutes after your wave start
Take part in the Conquer The Chilterns Triathlon this September, in the heart of the Thames Valley and only an hour away from London.
This is one of the most scenic triathlons in the country with a fantastic course around the Chiltern Valley and on the banks of the River Thames.
All of these events use some of the roads from the old Challenge Henley Triathlon Course.
The Swim takes place in the River Thames and navigates the world famous Henley Royal Regatta and Temple Island Meadows.
The Bike is a 3 lap course with one large climb per lap. Anytime lost going up will certainly be made going back down the Stonor Valley, which stretches for nearly 5 miles directly into Henley.
The Run course will be an undulating climb overlooking breath taking views and landscapes in the final section of the event.
We are very lucky to be given exclusive access to Culden Private Estate.
Culden Faw was formed by the amalgamation of Culham Estate, Hambleden Estate and the deer park at Henley Park, Fawley. The Estate comprises some 3500 acres of mature beech woods, rolling pastures, parkland and unspoilt chalk valleys. Its impressive history is documented back as far as the Doomsday Book.
Today, the Estate is run on a commercial basis with an impressive property portfolio, land and farming interests, a forestry business, sporting activities as well as events.
There will prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd overall Male and Female, 1st Vet (40+) Male and Female.
Bespoke Medals for ALL finishers.
All the triathlon events are operated under the guidelines of the British Triathlon Federation, which is the governing body for triathlon the UK.
99% of the time, wetsuits have to be worn for this event due to the temperature of the water, generally in the UK and Thames Valley most of the water is between 14 degree Celsius & 22 degrees Celsius. The temperature of the water is always taken at least one hour before an event to determine if wetsuits must be worn.
All of F3 Events Triathlon Events are organised and delivered using the British Triathlon Federation Rules. All Participants are to abide and must take part under these Rules and Regulations.
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