When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Home / News / Blenheim Palace Triathlon and Endomondo launch training challenge

Blenheim Palace Triathlon and Endomondo launch training challenge

Blenheim Palace Triathlon's partnership with Endomondo sees them offer training challenge to all entrants

Blenheim Palace Triathlon have teamed up with Endomondo to offer all entrants the opportunity to join a triathlon challenge which is to be hosted on the fitness app.

The challenge has been created to help prepare participants for their journey to the finish line by tackling their fitness goals.

>>> Best triathlon training apps

It also represents an opportunity for participants to win prizes from the official footwear partner, Sketchers, while training. Every active minute that is logged into the app will act as an entry into a prize draw meaning the more they train, the more likely they are to win something.

All Blenheim Palace Tri entrants will receive free annual premium membership to the Endomondo app via a unique reference number in their confirmation email. Participants can redeem their free premium membership by visiting www.endomondo.com/premium.

The event offers triathletes the opportunity to take part in a variety of distances including super sprint (400m swim, 13.2km bike, 3.1km run) and sprint (750m swim, 19.8km bike, 5.7km run).

There are also 20 weekend warrior spots which challenge entrants to complete as many super sprint or sprint distances as possible across the weekend.

General entry places for the event are sold out but athletes still wanting to compete can do so by taking a charity pledge place with blood cancer charity Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

For more information, the latest news or to take a charity pledge place at the race head to www.theblenheimtriathlon.com.

Will you be racing at Blenheim Palace in June? Let us know in the comments below!

Profile image of Rob Slade Rob Slade


Rob Slade is 220 Triathlon's Content Editor. He joined the team in April 2021 and has a background in adventure sports, which he developed during his time as editor of Adventure Travel magazine. Always up for an adventure, he's motivated by good views and regularly uses the scenery as an excuse for taking so long to complete events. While he may lack speed, he always retains his positive disposition, probably because he knows a pint will be waiting for him at the end.