Are you tough enough to race the Monster Triathlon, a 550-mile event in September that sees teams and individuals swim, cycle and run from Loch Ness to London?
Open to the general public for the first time, participants will complete a 5km swim in Loch Ness, cycle 100 miles a day for five days, before finishing with a 50km run/walk from Windsor to Richmond on the final day.
The event was pioneered by charity Sabre Trust in 2016, where a team of both novice and experienced triathletes from corporate partner Tullow Oil completed the challenge in eight days.
“We are delighted to see the Monster Triathlon evolve into a full public event this year after a very successful pilot last year,” said Dominic Bond, Managing Director at Sabre Trust. “We are looking forward to establishing the Monster in the challenge event calendar, and increasing the crucial work our teams do to improve the quality of education for Ghana’s youngest school children.”
The Monster Triathlon takes place September 17-23 and you can find out more at www.monstertriathlon.org