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2016 Mid-week Aquathlon Series @ Redricks Lakes

750m open water swim / 5km trail run

The Stortford Tri Midweek Aquathlon Series 2016  consists of 4 races, on Tuesday evenings once a month from June until September.   Race to complete; race to improve; race to hone your race skills for other events without taking up another weekend.   Race solo or race as a relay (enter as solo and contact organiser).

The dates for the 2016 races are:

  • Race 1 – Tuesday 21st June – start time 7:30pm
  • Race 2 – Tuesday 19th July – start time 7:30pm
  • Race 3 – Tuesday 23rd Aug – start time 7:00pm
  • Race 4 – Tuesday 13th Sept – start time 6:30pm

Races will be held at Redricks Lakes www.redrickslakes.co.uk between Sawbridgeworth and Old Harlow.  Venue offers plenty of car parking and can be accessed on foot/bike a short distance from Harlow Mill train station.

Race entry price remains as 2015 – £13 BTF member / £16 Non-BTF.   Includes a race series goodie bag.  Entry on the day +£3.   (5% Booking fee applies online)

Race all four and save  – £42 for BTF Members and £54 for non-BTF (+ online booking fee).  Enter at first race for maximum discount (no fees), and to save time at registration, message race organiser to get an entry form.

Online entry live at http://www.entrycentral.com/StortfordTriAqua.  Any enquiries to aquathlon@stortfordtri.org.uk.

We are pleased to be supported once more by Stort Valley Cycles ( www.stortvalleycycles.co.uk/ ), a cycle retailer specialising in Giant bikes located on the A414 just north of Harlow, Essex.  They stock a full range of children’s and family cycles through to the latest carbon racing bikes. The family has been in the cycle trade for over 40 years, providing quality products and services to families and individuals.

We would also like to thank Herts Boat Rescue ( www.hertsboatrescue.org.uk ) who provide our water cover.   Herts Boat Rescue is a voluntary organisation with run by unpaid volunteers. Their mission is to promote water safety in Hertfordshire and the surrounding borders and work with all the agencies relating to water to make Hertfordshire’s water a safer place. They are funded entirely through donations.