1 September 2013Tri Together is an award winning series of triathlons for people of all ages and abilities to swim, bike and run together.
Due to the continued success of Tri Together triathlon at Crystal Palace, London we are now expanding Tri Together in 2013. All Tri Together triathlon events are open to disabled and non-disabled people and are ideal for everyone from the complete beginner to the seasoned triathlete.
Take part on your own, in relay teams of twos or three or get the whole family involved with our junior triathlon races open to those aged 8 and over!
Beginner to Triathlon?
If you have never done a triathlon before then this is the event for you! A staggering 80% of those who took part in 2011 and 2012 were beginners, so donít worry; you wonít be alone.
Beginners will be supported all the way to the finish line with training programs, taster training sessions and opportunities to try alternative cycles and racing wheelchairs.
Huge congratulations to Jane Egan on her success at the European Championships.
Jane Egan, who is a supporter of Tri Together and will be taking part in the Glasgow event, won gold for the fourth consecutive year at the event in Turkey at the weekend. Jane said "I'm really pleased. It's nice to keep the title- I think I've had it since 2010. For the first time ever, I think I had a really good swim and I enjoyed my swim."
For more information on race distances, click on the individual race pages on the right hand side. To find out more about triathlon and how it works, visit our frequently asked questions
Join us in London and Glasgow in 2013 and be part of this unique triathlon experience.
Sunday 1 September 2013, Crystal Palace National Sports Centre in partnership with GLL
Sunday 22 September 2013, Bellahouston Sports Centre
in partnership with triathlon
*Award Winning Triathlon*
- London Triathlon Professional Event of the Year 2012
- Winners of the 220 Triathlon 'Race of the Year'
- Shortlisted for the British Triathlon Event of the Year 2011
- British Triathlon Event Quality Mark Level 1 Accredited
Tri Together Recommendations
In 2011, 92% of participants gave the event a 4/5 star rating and that rose to 96% in 2012 with a staggering 96% said they would recommend it to a friend for two years running.
Read more about what last year's participants had to say
about this beginners triathlon.
Fundraising for a good cause...
Tri Together is raising money to support Leonard Cheshire Disability. The money raised will help Leonard Cheshire Disability to continue to support disabled people not only in the UK, but across the world. We support disabled people to live life their way by providing a huge range of innovative services from residential and respite care to help finding employment and learning new skills.
Juniors are not required to raise a specific amount of money but we do ask that you try to fundraise as much as you can.
Worried about fundraising?
Don't be! We'll send you a welcome pack with lots of training and fundraising advice. And we give you up to four weeks after the event to keep fundraising and send us the money you raise.
If you haven't already seen it, you can watch our video below of the 2012 event...