Accenture World Triathlon Nottingham
15 June 2019
From the organiser
In 2018, a packed crowd witnessed Team USA take the gold ahead of Great Britain at the inaugural Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham. 19 international quartets had decended on the city, all racing in search of Olympic qualification points as part of the World Triathlon Mixed Relay series, just two days before they headed north to take on the British leg of the ITU World Triathlon Series in Leeds.International quartets will once again return to the banks of the River Trent on Saturday 15 June 2019, as the battle continues for qualification points to secure a place on the start line as Triathlon Mixed Relay makes its Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Games. But the event is not all about the elite action with over 200 Age-Group and GO TRI first time triathletes having celebrated their blue carpet moment last year, the 2019 event welcomes the British Age-Group Sprint Distance Championships to the schedule creating opportunities at all levels of the sport to take part in the action across a range of event distances.
Compact course on closed roadsRace along Victoria EmbankmentSecure Bag DropSwim capRace Day drinksFinisher's MedalFinisher's GiftGoodie bagSame course as the elitesPre event training plansOnline resultsTiming ChipBlue carpet finishSaturday Racing
The British Triathlon Championship events do attract more experienced triathletes, but don’t worry though, if you’re a first timer or new to the sport, the open race (draft-illegal) is set to be a fun and accessible event for all ages and abilities to take part in and you can be assured that there will be plenty of other triathletes of a similar ability to you taking part.
SATURDAY 15 JUNE -Age group registration and transition opens 06:00British Age Group Draft Legal Sprint Championships waves start 08:00 Open sprint waves start 11:30Rebecca Adlington wave start 11:50GO TRI waves start 12:15Tri January waves start 12:35TriStar waves start 13:30Elite Mixed Relay starts 16:35
Where can I park my car ?A free competitor car park is available close to the venue. Please see the spectator map for location.
What equipment will I need for this event?The only equipment provided are a swim cap and race numbers. You will need to provide everything else which will include (but not be limited to):Swimming costume or trisuit which you can wear for the whole eventWetsuit for the swim - compulsorySwimming gogglesA bicycle - this could be a mountain bike but a road bike is better for road based triathlonsA cycle helmet - compulsoryBike shoesAny other clothing required for the bike, such as a jacket or glovesA bike bottle filled with water or an energy drinkSunglasses (if required)A cap for the run (if required)A number belt if required (most event organisers will provide safety pins)Running shoes
There's will be a host of free to view options to emerse yourself in the action around Victoria Embankment. Information on this, additional activities and who to look our for will be available in our spectator guide that will be released in the months prior to the event.
BECOME A TRI MAKER ON 14 AND 15 JUNE 2019Would you like to contribute to the success of the UK's most prestigious triathlon event and gain some invaluable experience along the way? Then volunteer at the Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham and become a Tri Maker.Volunteers are needed on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 June. There will be early starts for a majority of the team over the weekend and there are a variety of volunteer roles available including supporting the athletes on the course, working in registration, swim start, transition, wayfinding and more.Why Volunteer?Free t-shirtRefreshmentsGreat CPD opportunityBe part of the most prestigious triathlon in Great BritainA HUGE thank you from the organising team and those taking partApplications are NOW OPEN to join our team of fantastic volunteers at Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham! Apply below and we'll be in touch with further information in due course. If you have any further queries please contact us on email@example.com
Can I mark my position in the Transition area so I can easily find my bike after the swim?No you cannot mark your position in transition in any way. If you do try to mark your position, any distinguishing marks will be removed by the race officials while you are swimming. You should try to orientate yourself in transition by checking anything fixed such as row numbers and trees etc near to your racking position.You will need to show your security wristband each time you enter and exit the transition.You will not be allowed access to the transition areas without your security wristband. You can come and go in the transition areas once your bike is racked, provided you are wearing your security wristband.DRAFTING STATUS -It is now confirmed that the British Sprint Triathlon Championships are draft legal. As part of your registration, you have opted to take part in either the open (non-drafting) waves or British Championship (now draft legal) waves.