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Cardiff Triathlon hits 1,000 entries as race fills up

Cardiff's first triathlon is selling out quickly with two thirds of the spaces already taken

Cardiff’s first ever triathlon look set to sell out soon with over 1,000 competitors already signed up.

The event, taking place on 28 June, will include both a sprint (750m swim, 20km bike, 5km run) and an Olympic distance (1.5km swim, 40km bike, 10km run) race making it an option for triathletes of all abilities.

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Talking about the progress of the event, director of Always Aim High Events, Tim Lloyd said: “The Cardiff Triathlon is a brand new race and we are ecstatic with the response it has received.

“The entries have been flooding in so much so that we expect the event to be sold out well in advance of race day.”

Both races start at the iconic Cardiff Bay and will finish with a run out to Cardiff Bay Barrage while the transition zone and event village will be based in front of the Wales Millennium Centre.

The organisers have also made sure there is plenty on offer for spectators with live music, a wide range of activities and kids entertainment all taking place at the event village.

For more information or to enter the event head to www.cardiff-tri.com.

Are you going to be competing at the Cardiff triathlon in June? Let us know how your preparation is going in the comments below!

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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.