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Date announced for the 2016 Brownlee Tri

Date announced for the 2016 Brownlee Tri

We are extremely excited to announce that the Brownlee Tri will be heading back to Harewood House, Leeds on Saturday 24th September 2016. Alistair... Read More
The 2015 Brownlee Tri Prize Winners

The 2015 Brownlee Tri Prize Winners

On Saturday 26th September, over 6000 people descended on the beautiful Harewood Estate in Leeds for the largest Brownlee Tri to date, with over 1600... Read More
Win a Place on Jonny’s Brownlee Tri Team!

Win a Place on Jonny’s Brownlee Tri Team!

Ever fancied competing on the same team as Jonny Brownlee?  We’re giving you that chance to join Jonny on 26th September at the... Read More
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Everything, from parking, registration, transition, and the course was expertly planned. The run was probably the nicest course I have ever done and the atmosphere was very friendly, with a lot of respect between racers. A pleasure to be a part of!
My third Brownlee Tri in a row, and every one has been better than before.
From entering the village I was instantly excited! I felt that buzz from the other competitors, volunteers and fab music making the whole experience great.
The event was so inclusive. I didn't feel out of place even though it was my first triathlon.
A fabulous family day out and the highlight of the day was the kids' duathlon.
It was an amazing experience and I loved every minute. The fact the Brownlee Brothers were there throughout made the day even more spectacular!
My first triathlon, absolutely brilliant atmosphere for both the first and last finishers.
My family and I had a fantastic day. There was so much to see and do, from my Dad enjoying a hog roast and chatting to Alistair Brownlee, to my 6 and 2 year old daughters taking part in the Kid's Duathlon.
By far the best organised event I have ever done and the whole atmosphere was fantastic.
Would highly recommend the tri. Loved the ClubHub and it was fantastic that the Brownlees came round to see us. Most enjoyable tri I have done and great for all the family!
Superbly well organised event.  The route was outstanding and the support from the crowds and the lovely, cheery marshalls, was just fantastic.
The whole day exceeded my expectations! Real buzz and still on a high 24 hours later. Thanks so much to the inspirational Brownlees who welcomed us home!
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Top 5 faq’s
1 - What distance is the race?

The distances for each discipline (swim, bike, run) are:
Super-sprint – 400m open-water swim, 13km cycle (2 laps) and a 3km run
Sprint – 750m open-water swim, a 26km cycle (4 laps) and a 5.5km run

Further details on the course can be found here.

2 - How old do I need to be to take part?

Youth & Junior – min. age is 15 and max. age is 18 years old (at 31 Dec 2016)
Individual super-sprint – min. age is 15 years old (at 31 Dec 2016)
Individual sprint – min. age is 17 years old (at 31 Dec 2016)
Sprint team relay – min. age is 15 years old (at 31 Dec 2016)
Please note, ages are calculated on 31 December 2016 in accordance with British Triathlon rules.

3 - How much does it cost to enter?

A full breakdown of the 2015 entry prices are available here. A booking fee will apply to all entries.
Alternatively, you can enter for free with Macmillan Cancer Support – just simply raise £300 in sponsorship. Find out more and enter here.

4 - Can I take part with friends?

If you are keen to race alongside your friends you can request a ‘mates wave’ when entering.  Simply choose a code-word unique to you and your friend(s) and make sure you all enter the same code-word on the entry form.  You must all be entered into the same category and distance.  There will only be a limited number of mixed ‘mates-waves’ so enter early to avoid disappointment.  

5 - Are there different race categories?

Yes, you can choose either individual super-sprint, individual sprint or sprint relay. There is also a super-sprint race for youth and juniors, along with a corporate challenge.

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