The Cheshire Triathlon & North West Triathlon will be running together on the same day & same course.
|Date:||Sunday 20th September 2020|
|Venue:||Barony Park & Nantwich Swimming Pool,
Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 5QY
|Swim:||30.5m Heated Outdoor Pool|
|Event starts from:||0800hrs until approx 1300hrs|
|Sprint Distance:||500m swim - 21K cycle - 5k run|
|Team Relay:||500m swim - 21K cycle - 5k run|
|Super Sprint & Fun:||200m swim - 21K cycle - 2.5k run|
|Pink Wave & Relay:||200m swim - 21K cycle - 2.5k run|
|Minimum Age:||16 Years (on race day)|
|Entry fees from:||
£64.95 Sprint & Super Sprint (non BTF) until 29 August
£69.95 Sprint & Super Sprint (non BTF) 30 August onwards
|Please Note: Competitor Race Day Information will be emailed out to competitors 7-10 days before the event.|
Race Day Social Distancing
All UK Triathlon 2020 events whether swimming pool or open water swims
Each competitor will be started at 30 second intervals. There will be a 2 metre overtake gap required on the swim, cycle and run courses.
Social distancing measures and guides will be implemented where necessary from car parking, registration, cycle racking, feed stations, through to finish line.
Relay teams will have their own timing chip therefore not be required to pass anything between themselves during the race and stay at least 2 metres apart.
The Cheshire Triathlon is set in Nantwich, Cheshire and has been enjoyed by thousands of competitors for 26 years now. The event is aimed at all abilities and fitness levels, from complete novice to club and pro triathlete, as well as charity and fun competitors. The course is spectator friendly for supporting family or friends and a fun and relaxed atmosphere is guaranteed. There will be attractions and facilities available at the park for the triathlon including hot and cold food, refreshments, toilets, a play area with swings and slides that all make for a great day out for the family!
- Heated outdoor pool swim in one of very few remaining inland brine pools left in the UK
- Cheshire countryside bike course
- Barony Park grass run course
- Split transitions at Nantwich swimming pool and Barony Park
- 2020 finishers medal awarded at the finish line
- Large grass area ideal for family picnics and kids to play
- Centrally located and close to motorway networks
At the Cheshire Triathlon our “Fun” and “Sprint” distances are very popular with first timers and beginners, with short achievable distances that still offer a challenge.
Our fun & friendly events are open to everyone and an ideal introduction for beginners to the sport of triathlon. The Cheshire Triathlon offers a supportive environment, with cheering crowds and a fun & relaxed atmosphere meaning everyone enjoys the day, competitors and friends & family alike.
We can offer lots of support and online beginners advice to help make your Triathlon the best it could possibly be for you. As well as a great atmosphere, you are sure to gain a special sense of achievement as you cross the finish line to receive that all important “finishers” medal and confirmation the end result was worth every bit of hard work!
More information about your race
Please take some time to read all the event information, it will make it far more enjoyable for you and reduce the need to ask questions on the day. Good luck and have a great day!
You can use this information as a guide for your 2019 event. Full and up to date 2019 competitor race day information with your race number and start time will be emailed to you 7-10 days before the event.
WE DO NOT POST ANYTHING OUT - you will collect your race numbers, tattoos, stickers etc. at registration on the day.
The Cheshire Pink Wave
Women Swimming, Cycling and Running to Beat Cancer
We want to encourage more women to have a go! Any age, any ability, just get together for the camaraderie and challenge, whilst raising vital funds for research into beating cancer.
UK Triathlon has dedicated a section of the event solely to The Pink Wave and is working in partnership with Cancer Research UK to raise money for research into all 200 types of cancer.
Open to all women who want to take part. All abilities welcome. High 5's, cheers, and a lot of pink guaranteed!
We can offer you lots of help and advice to help make your Pink Wave Triathlon the best it could possibly be for you!
UK Triathlon will donate £10 from every Pink Wave entry to Cancer Research UK. Cancer Research UK is a registered charity in England and Wales (No. 1089464) and Scotland (No. SC041666)
The event starts with the swim in the only heated outdoor brine swimming pool in Great Britain, followed by a one lap 13.4 mile cycle around the South Cheshire countryside until returning to the Barony Park in Nantwich for the final run, in and around the park itself. So why not enter now and take part in one of the largest participant triathlons in the country.
PDF Documents: click each to open or download
Bike Course Map
|2018 Results||2017 Results|
Thank you for such a great event. Everyone was so friendly. Especially the man who gave the briefing at the beginning at the pool. I am buzzing as this was my first triathlon. Thankyou :) Elizabeth
I couldnt agree more, so helpful and friendly. Great event and hopefully my first of many! Will be back in September Alan
Yes all really helpful and supportive. Excellent event despite the weather. Thank you one & all!
Firstly can a say a massive thank you to all your teamand volunteers who where at the Cheshire triathlon in Nantwich yesterday
I had never been so frightened of anything than taking onthis huge personal achievement, last April I had Breast care surgery for veryearly stage Breast cancer Now I was one of the lucky ones and got away almostscott free But for a Middle Ages overweight smoker it was time to change mylife around So in February this year I started with some walking to try andloose weight and get a little bit fitter
So as you can see to complete the pink wave is something I'm extremely proud of.
Your staff where absolutely amazing from the lady who aspoke when I registered just 3 weeks ago who convinced me I could do this for(I think her name was Jackie but I'm not sure ) For everyone shoutingencouragement to me on my ride To the lady at the finish line who I fell intoher arms crying (sorry but theachievement and the emotion of the day just got to me
) When she put that medal around my neck my friend andfamily where all crying with me she arranged photos and loads off them (Pleasecan you advise how I get hold of these )
Truly your staff are inspirational
Thank you again and see you next year
Joanne Thomas (race number 812)