General entries for next year’s World Triathlon Series event in Leeds went on sale at 9am this morning (Tuesday 18 August) – and they’re going to sell like hotcakes, say the organisers.
Over 1,500 entries have already been sold to Home Nation members during a priority entry window, and more than 3,500 spots are now available to the general public across the beginner, sprint and Olympic distance events.
The event will mark the final chance to see Britain’s elite triathletes compete against their international rivals on home soil before they head off to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The point-to-point course begins with a swim in Roundhay Park, followed by a bike leg in and around Leeds city centre, finishing with a testing run course also in the city centre.
(Image: Ross Grieve / Dirty Green Trainer)
Olympic champ Alistair Brownlee said: “Competing in my home city of Leeds is going to be one of the highlights of next year, not just for me, but for every elite athlete or amateur competitor who comes to Yorkshire next June.”
Entries for the Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon Leeds can be made via the official event website, and there is early bird pricing until 31st October.
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