Spring DuathlonΒ Β 

Includes the Standard Distance British Championships & Para Tri Duathlon

Sunday 24th March 2024

Drafting Event (NO TT Bikes)

Standard Events = NON Drafting (TT Bikes allowed)

There is no Camping or Dogs allowed on site

overview

Get your 2024 season under way with our Spring Duathlon featuring the British Triathlon Federation Standard Distance Championship.Β Β 

Fast paced, traffic free and easy to follow course which really allows you to get your head down and test that early season fitness.

INFORMATION

07:00 Registration opens

08:00 Sprint Distance (DRAFT LEGAL)

08:00 Wheelchair

08:00 Para Duathlon

08:00 Youth

08:00 Super Sprint

**13:00 Standard Distance (Non drafting)**

**Championship event**

13:00 Middle Distance

*Please note events and times are subject to change.

2023 Race BookletΒ 

Start List

Event Permit

Disciplines

Each lap of the Oulton Park Race Track is Length: 2.692 miles (4.3072 km)Β 

The Sprint event consists of:Β 

Β The Standard Distance event consists of:

The Middle Distance event consists of:Β 

The Run

Keep to the right as you take on the track, covering the full 4.3km loop of the track and ensuring you keep plenty in the legs for the uphill drag about 20 minutes in and the fast paced run into transition.

The Bike

Hard out on the bike for the initial downhill and go crazy round the back straights trying to maintain your pace.Β  You will not find a smoother surface for miles around and a chance to test out your skills in both draft legal and non-drafting racing.

The 2nd Run

Hopefully you will have left plenty in the legs for the last run around the track to make the duathlon.Β Β 

Lap Profile

As you can see the course is not flat but gives a good experience of hills and nice downhills, clean air and no cars to deal with along with being able to use the full width of the International track.Β 

LOCATION

Oulton Park CircuitΒ 

Little Budworth,Β 

Tarporley

Β CW6 9BW

Frequently Asked Questions

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