Dorney Lake is a world-class rowing and flat-water canoeing centre in a spectacular, 400-acre park land setting near Windsor. It hosted the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012. It provides the perfect venue for a duathlon. 100% traffic free roads and paths, very flat very safe. Now in its 11th year, this is the premier Duathlon to take part in. The event is perfect for all levels of athletes.
Distances & Prices
Super Sprint Distance Duathlon
2.5km Run 10km Bike 2.5km Run
Sprint Distance Duathlon
5km Run 20km Bike 5km Run
Standard (Olympic) Distance Duathlon
10km Run 40km Bike 5km Run
*there is an additional proccessing fee with all online bookings.
Late entries On the day of the event will include anadditional £5 to the entry fee.
Main Boathouse Dorney Lake Eton College Rowing Centre Windsor Berkshire SL4 6FJ
How to Get There
Dorney Lake is ideally placed, being within easy reach of London, Heathrow Airport, the M4 corridor and the M25, M40 and M3 motorways. It is also well served by the rail network.
On arrival to the site follow signs to the event car park. Race registration and transition area are a quick walk from the car park; a perfect distance for warming those running legs up! Once you are parked up please make your way to the Boat House where you will find the registration team waiting for you.
You will need to bring all your race kit with you, as you will be racking your bike immediately after registering.
Please note: Event timings are non-negotiable! It is your responsibility to be in the right place at the right time. The event will start at the below times, with or without you.
Please see below for timings.
Site Open To Competitors
Do NOT Arrive Before This Time
Main Registration @ Boathouse
Duathlon Event Briefing
Main Registration @ Boathouse
ALL Duathlon Distances Start
Next To Main Boathouse
1st Super Sprint Duathlon Finisher
1st Sprint Duathlon Finisher
1st Standard Duathlon Finisher
Duathlon Prize Presentation
When Results Are Confirmed
Duathlon Course Closes
Event Registration is located within the Main Boathouse at the far end of the lake.
On arrival you will receive:
1 Bib number. To be worn on the front when you are running and back when you are cycling. It is recommended to wear an elastic race belt.
2 Depending on the number of competitors, you may be asked to have your event number written on your hand.
3 Bike number. To be stuck on your bike seat post.
4 Helmet number. To be stuck on the front of your helmet.
5 Timing chip. This is supplied with a Velcro band to secure to your LEFT ankle.
(DO NOT WEAR THE TIMING CHIP ON YOUR WRIST! ONLY TO BE WORN ON YOUR ANKLE)
Please note:It is advisable to arrive approximately 60 minutes before your start time. This then gives you plenty of time to register, rack your bike and understand the layout of the event.
Prizes will be awarded to the top three participants overall and the top runner in each of the veteran categories (V40/V50/V60/V70) for both males and females. Where possible, we will endeavour to present individual race prizes as soon as validated on the day.
Bespoke Medals for all finishers
We have changing rooms, showers and toilets all on site which are located inside the venue, next to registration. If you are looking for a hot drink or something to eat then the Dorney lake café upstairs will be open.
Whilst we recommend bringing as little as possible, you can leave your belongings with us while you race using the tear-off baggage strip on your race number, collecting after you finish by presenting your race number.