Half Iron Triathlon - 1.9km Swim/ 85.6km Bike/ 20km Run (£160/ Relay £200.00)*
*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.
2:00pm to 6:00pm - Event Car Park & Village Open
2:00pm to 6:00pm - Athletes Registration (SATURDAY ONLY)
Circa 5:00pm - All Athlete's Event Briefing
SUNDAY RACE DAY
5:30am - Event Car Park & Village Open
5:30am to 07:00am - Transition & Bike Racking Open (SUNDAY ONLY)
7:00am - Half Iron All Male Start
7:15am - Half Iron All Female Start
Circa 12:00am - Prize Presentation
3:30/3:45pm - 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
The Fugitive Triathlon 2017 Half Iron Distance in Marlow. This event is only long distance in the Thames Valley which will see record numbers of participants race against the clock.
Are you a Fugitive? The Fugitive Half Iron Distance gives you the chance to make a run for it and escape, racing only against the clock to see if you will get caught before its too late.
With only the fastest over the line, before the cut off, only becoming free to runaway with a bespoke finishers medal and the honour of being from captivity.
The event is set to attract over 700 participants, as the world of endurance sports and triathlon creates massive demand for longer distance events over the shorter distances that have originally formed this great sport.
The swim is a 1900 metre one lap course in the River Thames and is designed to make even the weakest swimmer get a fast swim split.
The Bike course is 85.6km with a very popular 3 Lap course on the far end of the route.
The Run is 4 laps of 5km route on Tarmac and Grass Footpaths and meanders back towards Marlow and into the finish at Higginson Park from the river tow path.
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.
There will prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd Overall male and female, 1st Junior male and female, 1st Vet male and female.
Bespoke Medals for ALL finishers.
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.
For the latest British Triathlon Federation Rules and Regulations, please CLICK HERE
F3 Events Terms and Conditions apply to this event, please click here for full details.