This is an opportunity for triathletes from all over Wales to compete with one another and in doing so, support the local economy and showcase their city or town to the world.
The races will be held over three weekends, starting on Saturday morning. They will take place in different cities around Wales, allowing participants to experience the beauty of each area while taking part in a race that is uniquely theirs.
The prizes will be awarded at the end of each race weekend, during which time (like in 2017) we hope participants have had a chance to enjoy themselves while experiencing new things! No need to spend money on transportation when you can walk or ride your bike to get around!
Three main events
The Welsh Triathlon Series is a proposal to create a new series of triathlons in Wales according to our rules. The series will be held at different locations throughout the country, with each location hosting a different event. The three events that have been proposed so far are:
- Cardiff – this event will be held on August 1st and will feature both a sprint distance race and an Olympic-distance race.
- Swansea – this event will be held on September 6th and will feature only the Olympic-distance race.
- Bangor – this event will be held on November 20th and will feature both a sprint distance race and an Olympic-distance race.
Wales is a country that is known for its rugged beauty
Wales is a country that is known for its rugged beauty, and its people are known for their love of competition. That’s why I think the Welsh Triathlon Series would be a great addition to our existing Triathlon Series.
We have been in talks with the Welsh Triathletes Association about adding a new series to our line-up, and they have expressed interest in being involved. The Welsh Triathlon Series would be similar to our current racing events. It would consist of four races: two sprint races, one Olympic Distance race and one Half Ironman distance race. We hope that you’ll consider signing up for this new series when it comes around next year!
The series takes place over two weekends in May and September each year
The event was created to help promote triathlon in Wales and provide athletes with an opportunity to compete against each other. The WTC also works with local councils, schools and businesses to help promote healthy living and active lifestyles through sport.