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DISCOVERY DUATHLON CAPE TOWN

DISCOVERY DUATHLON CAPE TOWN

The Discovery Duathlon, was designed to fill the gap for those people that wanted to compete in a multisport but needed a starting point.

The run, cycle, run model was developed and though still growing, the race has taken off with a number of athletes over the years.

This event brings together athletes from every fitness level. Whether you’re a professional athlete or a newcomer to multisport, there is something exciting about combing two disciplines into one event.

Participants can chose from various race distances and can compete as an individual or as a team. The schools challenge also allows from the age of 12 to also take part and test their limits.

DISCOVERY TRIATHLON (ITU) WORLD CUP CAPE TOWN

DISCOVERY TRIATHLON (ITU) WORLD CUP CAPE TOWN

The Discovery Triathlon World Cup Cape Town is the only ITU event that takes place on African soil, and the first event on the ITU (International Triathlon Union) world cup race calendar.

In addition to hosting top triathletes from across the globe, the event also welcomes thousands of multisport enthusiasts for an exciting day of swimming, cycling and running along Cape Town’s spectator-friendly and picturesque Atlantic Seaboard.

The event forms part of the Discovery Get Active Weekend, which also features the Discovery Retro Run – a fun run with a retro twist for the whole family.

The Discovery Triathlon World Cup Cape Town offers a world-class event in a spectacular location, where recreational athletes of all ages can push their own limits while rubbing shoulders with the world’s best… all while their friends, family and supporters get to enjoy the very best that the Mother City has to offer.

We look forward to welcoming you.

 

Triathlon Rules and Regulations

Swim

  • Swim caps: Athletes must wear the swim cap provided
  • Audio/music devices: The use of personal audio/music devices or earphones is prohibited
  • Course cutting: Short-cutting the course or failing to complete the correct number of laps will lead to disqualification
  • Clothing: Wetsuits may be compulsory. This will be determined by water and air temperature readings taken on the day of the event

Bike

  • Cutting the course: Course cutting or failure to complete the correct number of laps will lead to disqualification. It is the rider’s responsibility to count their own laps and complete the correct number of laps
  • Passing: All riders wanting to pass slower riders should do so to the right. Slower riders must keep left to give way for passing riders
  • Drafting: This is a draft legal race, thus drafting is allowed
  • Bike numbers: Athletes are expected to correctly position bike stickers and helmet stickers that are supplied on their sticker sheet. Athletes must wear their race number on their back and ensure it is visible during the bike leg

Bike Equipment:

  • Road bikes, mountain bike and clip-on tri bars are welcome
  • The clip on tri bars, including the bridge, may not exceed the foremost line of the brake levers. The clip-ons must have a solid factory bridge or be touching each other
  • Brake levers or gear levers must not be attached to the clip-ons
  • Minimum number of spokes per wheel is 12 and no disc wheels are allowed
  • For safety reasons, all bicycles and other equipment will be checked by the race officials before racking. Any bikes not considered safe will not be allowed to be used
  • Racers shall complete the entire event on the same bicycle upon which they began the event
  • Athletes must return to the Transition Area with a complete bicycle to be allowed to continue
  • No bike parts may be left on the race course

Helmets:

  • ANSI Certified helmets must be worn, with buckles securely fastened, at all times when bike is in motion
  • Helmets must not have any cracks or material damage, and must be put on and fastened correctly before you may take your bike off the rack in the Transition Area as you head onto the cycle
  • Helmets must be worn during the full duration of the bike leg and may only be unclipped and removed once the bike has been re racked in the Transition Area after the cycle. DO NOT un-clip your helmet before this and ensure that your helmet is securely fitted
  • Refusal to wear a helmet will lead to immediate disqualification

Transition:

  • Riding your bike within the Transition Area is prohibited
  • You may only begin cycling once you have passed the mount line outside the Transition Area
  • Failure to adhere to this rule will lead to a time penalty or disqualification
  • Bikes must be returned to the same location on the bike rack during the transition to the run
  • Bikes must be securely racked and may not be left on the ground before heading onto the run
  • Personal seconding or assistance in the Transition Area is prohibited

Run:

  • Numbers: Athletes must wear their race numbers on the front of their body
  • Audio/ music devices:The use of personal audio/ music devices or earphones is prohibited
  • Course cutting: Short-cutting the course or failing to complete the correct number of laps will lead to disqualification. It is the runner’s responsibility to count their own laps and complete the correct amount of laps required
  • Clothing: Runners must wear either a shirt or a vest at all times. Tri-suits may not be pulled down to the waist, and should cover the athlete’s upper body at all times
  • Littering: Do not litter or throw anything outside of the official aid stations. Items include but not limited to water bottles, gel and energy bar wrappers, broken bike parts or clothing. Blatant lettering will result in a time penalty

General Rules:

  • It is the athlete’s responsibility to maintain adequate hydration
  • Outside assistance from someone not competing in the same event is prohibited and may lead to disqualification
  • Fellow racers are welcome to assist one another
  • Changing bikes during the event is prohibited

Conduct:

  • Unsportsmanlike behaviour, foul riding and running or the use of profane or abusive language may lead to disqualification

Protests:

  • All protests must be submitted to the Chief Referee within 30 minutes of the finish time of the person lodging the protest
  • Protests must be submitted in writing and signed by the accuser and accompanied with a protest fee payment of R200. Should your protest be successful, your R200 will be refunded
  • Parents or guardians of minor athletes protesting must complete the process on behalf of the under 18 athlete

Penalties:

  • Penalties may be warranted to athletes who fail to adhere to rules and regulations
  • Penalties will be determined by the severity of the infraction
  • Severe penalties may be given in the form of disqualification

Cut-off Times:

  • It is up to the Race Director to enforce, limit or extend the cut-off time of a race for any reason. In such an event, these times will be publicised
  • Cut-off times will be in the interest of safety for the athletes

Retirements:

  • Competitors who wish to withdraw from the event must report to the Transition Area and notify the officials of their retirement

Other:

  • Ignorance of rules will not be accepted as an excuse
  • No team managers will be allowed in the finish area or Transition Area
  • No ambush marketing will be tolerated in any way at the race venue or on the race route
  • Only sponsors of the event will be allowed any branding within the parameters of the race venue

Sanctioning:

  • The Discovery Triathlon World Cup Cape Town is a Triathlon South Africa sanctioned event. ITU/TSA rules and regulations will apply. Click here for a full set of rules and regulations

Cancellation of Race Entry:

  • Athletes who use the early bird entry reservation offer (the month of October 2018) would be able to cancel their reservation and request a refund of their R100 deposit if the cancellation is done before 23:59 on 31 October 2018.
  • Athletes who don’t pay the balance of their entry fee by 23:59 on 15 November 2018 will forfeit their R100 deposit as well as their entry reservation.

Please submit your cancellation and refund request to info@triathlon.capetown

Early bird entry reservation

  • Athletes who use the early bird entry reservation offer (the month of October 2018) would be able to cancel their reservation and request a refund of their R100 deposit if the cancellation is done before 23:59 on 31 October 2018.
  • Athletes who don’t pay the balance of their entry fee by 23:59 on 15 November 2018 will forfeit their R100 deposit as well as their entry reservation.

Entries paid in full

Athletes that are unable to participate, regardless of their reasons, can request cancellation and refund of their entry. They can get:

  • A 50% refund on their entry fee if the request is received before midnight 14 December 2018.
  • A 25% refund on their entry fee if the request is received before midnight 14 January 2019.

No refund will be provided if the cancellation request is received on or after 15 January 2019.

Entries closing time

  • Entries close at 23:59 midnight, 31 January 2019, or when the race capacity is reached. Once entries close, you can request to be placed on a waiting list and, if there are cancellations in your chosen event, you will be allocated an entry.

Postponing your entry

  • We will not allow entries to be postponed to be used for the 2020 event. You may, however, transfer your entry to another athlete. Refer to the Transferring your entry section.

Transfer of Entry

  • Entries can be transferred to another person as long as the substitution request is submitted before 23h59 on 20 January 2019. A fee of R 100 will apply.

To transfer your entry to someone else, submit your request to

Changing your race distance

Participants can request to transfer their entry to another event distance.

If you choose to upgrade from a shorter distance to a longer distance event, you will need to pay the difference in entry fees. In the event of changing from a longer distance to a shorter distance event, we will not be able to refund the difference in entry fee.

  • If you change your race distance:
    • By 23:59, 20 January 2019: You will not be charged an administration fee.
    • After 21 January 2019 but not later than 23:59, 31 January 2019: A R100 administration fee will apply to your request.

Please note that by making changes after 20 January, you may forfeit your personalised race number.

Please submit your change of distance request to info@triathlon.capetown

TSA License:

  • If you are not a member of Triathlon South Africa, you will need to purchase a day licence to participate in Discovery Triathlon World Cup Cape Town. This license will be added to your entry fee as part of the entry process online

School Challenge Rules:

  • The Schools Challenge is an opportunity for schools to compete in the Discovery Triathlon World Cup Cape Town. Learners aged 12 to 18 can compete either as individuals or in a team of two or three.
  • Team participation category will be determined by the age of the oldest member of the team. Age groups are aligned to TSA age group categories
  • Teams with two members: One of the members will do two legs of the race
  • Teams with three members: First member to swim; second member to cycle; third member to run

IRONMAN 70.3 SOUTH AFRICA TRIATHLON

IRONMAN 70.3 SOUTH AFRICA TRIATHLON

The Standard Bank IRONMAN 70.3 South Africa is located in East London (Buffalo City), a gateway to the popular Eastern Cape tourist routes, the Sunshine Coast and Wild Coast

The area offers miles of beachfront and rich cultural history for tourists to enjoy. Visitors should check out the 200,000 fossilized footprints of man found in Nahoon’s Bat Cave or the world’s only dodo egg at the East London Museum. Amongst the multitude of sights to see, visitors may want to explore South Africa’s wildlife.

Athletes will begin their day with a 1.2-mile ocean swim in East London’s Orient Beach. Protected by the breakwaters of East London’s harbor, athletes can expect generally calm and warm waters. The rolling hills of the 56-mile bike course will be a challenge. Road closures will allow the athletes to safely navigate the course while enjoying the inherent beauty of the landscape. A 13.1-mile, flat run will consist of two-loops with spectacular ocean views. Finishers will be greeted in true style with African dancers, music and spectators.

The 2019 Standard Bank IRONMAN 70.3 South Africa will offer 75 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.

TTA Triathlon Champs

TTA Triathlon Champs

Number Collection:
Buffelspoort Dam
Sunday 4 November 2018, from 06:00
Additional Information:
Please note that all athletes who want to qualify for the TTA Triathlon team to SA Champs have to do the Triathlon champs on 4 November 2018 (kindly note: Age group athletes (20 – 80 years old) can do a sprint race to qualify to go the SA CHAMPS in Bloemfontein on the 20th January 2019 – see pamphlet). Junior en standard age group SA CHAMPS on 24 March 2019 in Durban.
Athletes must be TSA registered for selection of the TTA team to compete at the SA Triathlon champs 2019. Visit www.triathlonsa.co.za for registrations. (TSA season runs from 1 September – 31 August of each year). Non-TSA members must buy a day licence and will not be eligible for selection to compete at the SA Triathlon Champs (seniors R100-00 / juniors R30-00 /age 12-15 R0-00).Categories

Standard (Age 20+): 1.5km Swim / 40km Cycle / 10km Run Individuals – R450 | Teams – R500
Sprint (Age 16+): 750m Swim / 20km Cycle / 5km Run Individuals – R250 | Teams – R300
Super Sprint (Age 12-15): 400m Swim / 5km Cycle / 2.5km Run Individuals – R150 | Teams – R250

 

Starting times:
Standard – 07:00
Sprint – 09:00
Super Sprint – 07:45

TTA TRIATHLON CHAMPS

TTA TRIATHLON CHAMPS

Dear TTA Members, TTA TRIATHLON CHAMPS

– BUFFELSPOORT DAM 4 NOVEMBER 2018 Entries open – Tuesday 9 October 2018 – www.cycleevents.co.za

Please note that all athletes who want to qualify for the TTA Triathlon team to SA Champs have to do the Triathlon champs on 4 November 2018 (kindly note: Age group athletes (20 – 80 years old) can do a sprint race to qualify to go the SA CHAMPS in Bloemfontein on the 20th January 2019 – see pamphlet). Junior en standard age group SA CHAMPS on 24 March 2019 in Durban.

Athletes must be TSA registered for selection of the TTA team to compete at the SA Triathlon champs 2019. Visit www.triathlonsa.co.za for registrations. (TSA season runs from 1 September – 31 August of each year). Non-TSA members must buy a day licence and will not be eligible for selection to compete at the SA Triathlon Champs (seniors R100-00 / juniors R30-00 /age 12-15 R0-00).

Venue: Buffelspoort Dam – North West Province.
Triathlon distances and starting times:

TYPE DISTANCE MIN AGE STARTING TIME ENTRY FEE
Standard 1.5km swim /40km bike /10km run (also non-TSA athletes from 20 years & teams) 20 07:00 R450,00 (late entries at venue R500,00)
Sprint 750m swim /20km bike /5km run (also non-TSA athletes & all ages from 16 up and teams) 16 – 19 20 – 80 plus 09:00 R250,00 (late entries at venue R300,00)
Super sprint 400m swim / 5km bike /2.5km run (also non-TSA athletes – ages 11 – 15) Ages 11 – 15 07:45 R150,00 (late entries at venue R200,00)

Please contact Bernice van der Merwe or Andre de Beer – 081 8899 452.

TTA Triathlon Champs

TTA Triathlon Champs

Dear TTA Members, TTA TRIATHLON CHAMPS

– BUFFELSPOORT DAM 4 NOVEMBER 2018 Entries open – Tuesday 9 October 2018 – www.cycleevents.co.za

Please note that all athletes who want to qualify for the TTA Triathlon team to SA Champs have to do the Triathlon champs on 4 November 2018 (kindly note: Age group athletes (20 – 80 years old) can do a sprint race to qualify to go the SA CHAMPS in Bloemfontein on the 20th January 2019 – see pamphlet).
Junior and standard age group SA CHAMPS on 24 March 2019 in Durban. Athletes must be TSA registered for selection of the TTA team to compete at the SA Triathlon champs 2019. Visit www.triathlonsa.co.za for registrations. (TSA season runs from 1 September – 31 August of each year). Non-TSA members must buy a day licence and will not be eligible for selection to compete at the SA Triathlon Champs (seniors R100-00 / juniors R30-00 /age 12-15 R0-00).

Venue: Buffelspoort Dam – North West Province.

Triathlon distances and starting times:

TYPE DISTANCE MIN AGE STARTING TIME ENTRY FEE S
tandard 1.5km swim /40km bike /10km run (also non-TSA athletes from 20 years & teams) 20 07:00 R450,00 (late entries at venue R500,00)
Sprint 750m swim /20km bike /5km run (also non-TSA athletes & all ages from 16 up and teams) 16 – 19 20 – 80 plus 09:00 R250,00 (late entries at venue R300,00)
Super sprint 400m swim / 5km bike /2.5km run (also non-TSA athletes – ages 11 – 15) Ages 11 – 15 07:45 R150,00 (late entries at venue R200,00)

Please contact Bernice van der Merwe or Andre de Beer – 081 8899 452.

Woolworths Triathlon

Woolworths Triathlon

Race Info:

Additional Information:

Long Triathlon:
  • 800m swim in a dam, 25km mountain bike, 10km trail run
  • Long individual (min age 18)
  • Long team (min age 18)
Short Triathlon:
  • 400m swim in a dam, 12km mountain bike, 5km trail run
  • Short individual (min age 16)
  • Short team (min age 16)
Entry Fees:

R350 per person (Long & Short Triathlon) for WW Staff/Suppliers.
Independent entrants R500 per person
A late fee of R200 for participants who have not paid before 1 November 2017.
Entries close on 31 October 2017.

Download the Woolworths Charity Triathlon Race Rules HERE

Hints for Triathlon first timers HERE

To read more about Frequently Asked Questions HERE

To read more about Triathlon Athletes Communication. Please CLICK HERE

REGISTRATION:

When: Thursday, 30th November 2017
Time: 10:00 – 17:00
Where: WW Head Office – Ground Floor

Note: Teams entering need only send one representative to pick up registration packs – bring your Registration reference number with you. If you have paid directly into The Trust bank account, please provide your POP with a reference number to fionajackson@woolworths.co.za to be marked off as paid.

When entering you agree to abide by the event T&C’s. Click on below links to view the disclaimer

Adults Disclaimer
Kids Disclaimer

RACE PACK

DON’T FORGET to collect your race packs. It includes your race numbers, timing chips, and goodie bag.

Please note: if you haven’t paid, you must do so BEFORE you collect your race pack. There is a late entry fee for those who have not paid before 1 November 2017.

You must also electronically accept your Waiver, Release, and Indemnification Notice BEFORE registration.

Bring your Registration reference with you to make your registration a smooth and easy process.

Thank You,

WOOLWORTHS CHARITY TRIATHLON COMMITTEE

IRONMAN 5150 TRIATHLON NELSON MANDELA BAY

IRONMAN 5150 TRIATHLON NELSON MANDELA BAY

Experience true triathlon spirit in the jewel of the Eastern Cape

Nelson Mandela Bay, the home of IRONMAN in Africa, plays host to the latest event in the Standard Bank 5150 African Triathlon Series with the addition of the Standard Bank 5150 Nelson Mandela Bay and Standard Bank FUNTRI set to take place on the 25 November 2018.

The hugely popular standard distance triathlon series has been running in South Africa since 2011 with events in Bela Bela and Germiston. The series made its debut in Nelson Mandela Bay in 2016 at King’s Beach.

The standard distance race in Nelson Mandela Bay is great as an introduction for first-time athletes but challenging enough for seasoned athletes. The race is also ideal as a warm up for the Standard Bank IRONMAN 70.3 South Africa in January giving athletes the opportunity to experience the flow of big event while becoming accustomed to the non-drafting nature of the race.

For those looking for something shorter, there will be the option of the Standard Bank FUNTRI. The FUNTRI will feature a 450-metre swim, 20km bike and 5km run and both team and individual entries are available for the FUNTRI. The FUNTRI will take place at the same time, on the same course – covering approximately half the distance – and will finish at the same finish line as the Standard Bank 5150 Nelson Mandela Bay.

Both races will start at King’s Beach with the transition area located in the King’s Beach parking area. Athletes will then start the cycle, exiting the King’s Beach parking area turning left onto Marine Drive to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the coast before heading back to transition.  The run course will showcase the recently renovated King’s Beach precinct and open air amphitheatre as athletes are taken along the coastline past Nelson Mandela Bay’s premier public beaches before returning back towards the finish line at King’s Beach.

 

5150 Swim

Athletes will swim one 1.5km lap. Wetsuits will be compulsory if the water temperature is below 16° C. For Age Groupers, wetsuits may be worn in water with temperatures up to and including 24.5° C. (However, IRONMAN may allow age group athletes to wear wetsuits in water temperatures up to 28.8° C : these athletes will start at the back of the field in a rolling swim start and will not be eligible for age-group awards) As per WTC rules, the swim will be shortened if the water temperature is between 13° and 13.9° C. If the water temperature is below 13° C, the swim will be cancelled. See official “Race Rules”. Should it be required, final details will be advised at the race briefing / on race day. The 5150 swim is a rectangular swim of 1500m. Swim to the furthest red buoy on the right. round this buoy with it on your left. Continue to the next red buoy, rounding this one with it also on your left. Swim back to the beach, where you will exit to T1 (Transition 1: Swim to Bike). There will be yellow “guider” buoys on the long sections of the swim: these yellow buoys can be rounded on either side.

 

5150 Bike

Bike: 40Km Athletes will leave T1 (Transition 1: swim to bike), pushing their bikes to the mount/dismount line. From there they will mount as instructed by Race Referee & ride on the left hand side of the road. Exit the main entrance to the Kings Beach car park, turning left onto Beach Road / Marine Drive and head towards Summerstrand. Athletes must stay to the left as other athletes may be returning to Transition. Athletes will have access to the sea-side lane only until University way. From here, there will be full road closure to Schoemakerskop. Athletes are to keep left and overtake to the right at all times. At the turnaround point, do a U-turn and head back towards the city, again keeping left. The turn-around point is 20km from Kings Beach at the Madiba Bay Resorts Picnic Site on Marine Drive, Just before schoenmakerskop. Caution that from University Way there will again only be access to the sea side lane back to Kings Beach car park. There may be athletes leaving as you enter Transition: Stay to the left at all times. Cycle to the dismount line where athletes will dismount (as instructed by the Race Referees) and push their bike from the mount/dismount line into T2 (Transition 2: Bike to Run). NOTE : There will be a time cut off at 10h50 at the turn-around point, any athlete who has not reached this point by that time will be removed from the course by the SAG vehicle. This cut off will be implemented in accordance with the traffic department’s road closure plan

 

5150 Run

Run: 10Km Run course is an out and back route along the Port Elizabeth Beachfront. On the run course athletes must stick to the right of the walkways at all times. Athletes will run out of T2 (Transition 2: Bike to Run) at the Swim entry point and follow the fence to the Walkway. Keep Right by following the markers to the Aid Stations and relevant turn-around points. Athletes are to follow the markers back to the Finish line keeping Right at all times. The 10km 5150 run will follow the same route, continuing after the Aid Station situated at 2.5km, to the 5km turn-around point at Flat Rocks and the 2nd Aid station. Return along the same route.

 

Cape Cross Triathlon

Cape Cross Triathlon

This epic adventure begins at the Theewaterskloof Dam and finishes on the outskirts of Somerset West 3 days later.

The exhilarating route will have you duel it out at beautiful swimming locations and some of the best trails and single track in the country through the beautiful Elgin Valley and Hottentots-Holland Mountains.

The race is fully supported, with kit and bike transfers from the transition to finish.

Additional Information:

12 to 14 October 2018.

Registration taking place Thursday 11 Oct from 12 am to 8 pm

This epic adventure begins at the Theewaterskloof Dam and finishes on the outskirts of Somerset West 3 days later.

1.5km swim, 30km MTB, 10km Run

The exhilarating route will have you duel it out at beautiful swimming locations and some of the best trails and single track in the country through the beautiful Elgin Valley and Hottentots-Holland Mountains.

The race is fully supported, with kit and bike transfers from the transition to finish.

Day 1: Swim: 1.5km Theewaterskloof. Mtb: 35km Theewaterskloof to Grabouw Country Club. Run: 10km Grabouw Country Club

Day 2: Swim: 1.5km. Mtb: 28km. Run: 10km Grabouw Country Club

Day 3: Swim: 1.5km Grabouw Country Club. Mtb 27km Grabouw Country Club to top of Old Wagon Trail. Run: 13km Old Wagon Trail to Somerset West

There will be a Compulsory Race Briefing which can be attended either in Cape Town the week before the event, or at the Grabouw Country Club the evening before the start. Details to follow.

The Race Village is at the beautiful Grabouw Country Club. Tented accommodation and delicious meals are all included in the entry fee. There will also be supporters packages available for those wanting to bring the family along for the weekend. Details for the supporters packages will be announced early next year and will include the option to bring your own tent.

Entries open 1 February 2018.

Entry Fees: Solo R4900pp

Team R4400pp / 2 person team

For any queries feel free to contact us at info@capecrosstri.com

0828909318

Entries Close

25 August 2018

Late Entries @ R5900pp

until 25 September

 

There will be solo as well as 2 man team entries available.

Our unique 2 Man Team Triathlon Category is not a relay, both team members complete all disciplines together.

More informationwww.capecrosstri.com/

Classes and pricing
Available classes for the event

Class Distance Start Time Price (pp) 2 person team (pp)
Solo 40 km 10:00 R 4,900.00
2 man – Team entry 40 km 10:00 R 4,400.00
Cape Cross Dry Biathlon 40 km 10:00 R 4,300.00

Knysna Extreme Triathlon 2018

Knysna Extreme Triathlon 2018

KNYSNA EXTREME

The Knysna Extreme Triathlon is a challenging Point-To-Point race that takes place along South Africa’s scenic Garden Route. The course starts with a 4km swim in the Knysna Estuary, followed by a 170km cycle and a 50km run through coastal, mountain, semi-desert and forest scenery. It is a gruelling, yet scenic route that takes triathletes back to the basics of the sport.

Each athlete is required to have a supporter to follow them throughout the race, providing all mechanical, nutritional and mental support. This, along with a total altitude gain of nearly 3,500m, makes it an extreme triathlon that is an exciting challenge for both athletes and their supporters. Planning, communication, and enthusiasm are key pillars to success!

THE COURSE

Athletes will battle tidal currents in the Knysna Estuary, then cycle along the N2 coastal road, passing through Sedgefield, Wilderness and George before tackling the Outeniqua Pass. Temperatures will rise once athletes descend into the Klein Karoo, as the scenery changes dramatically from lush green coastal vegetation to semi-desert. The run leg along Prince Alfred’s Pass pushes athletes to their limits before the finish at Diepwalle Forest Station. Totalling nearly 2,500m of ascent, athletes will be pushed to their physical and mental limits

SWIM – 4 KM

SPONSORS and PARTNERS

Thank you to our Knysna Extreme Triathlon Partners and Sponsors, who think you are completely nuts but are happy to support! They have helped make this event possible, incredible and hopefully memorable. Each Sponsor is involved in the Knysna Extreme Triathlon in a unique way, from sponsoring products or offering exciting discounts for athletes and supporters, to assisting with key race logistics. A huge thank you for your support!

Click on their logo for specials and to see how they have gotten involved in this event.

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Upcoming Events

Sat 10

Goeiehoek Country Market MTB Challenge 2018

November 10
Bloemfontein Free State
Sat 10

The Grinder 6 hour Mtb Challenge

November 10 @ 5:53 am - 6:53 am SAST
Sat 10

24 Hours of MTB at Pretoria Boys High School

November 10 @ 7:00 am - 8:00 am SAST
Sun 11

Midvaal Raceway Criterium 2018

November 11
Meyerton Gauteng
Sun 11

TELKOM 947 MTB CHALLENGE

November 11 @ 6:00 am - 7:00 am SAST