BELFAST TITANIC TRIATHLON
The Belfast Titanic Triathlon is held annually in the historic city of Belfast. Once again, this year the Standard/Olympic race is part of Triathlon Ireland's National Series. We are also offering a Sprint distance race.
Transition is situated in the iconic Custom House Square in the heart of the city. More specific race information is available HERE.
Entries for 2017 are due to open during February.
Click HERE to download the 2016 race Briefing. A draft 2017 version will be available once entries have opened. We don't anticipate too many changes from last year.
Recent results for both distances are available below.
WHEN IS IT?
Sunday 3rd September 2017
WHAT IS IT?
The Belfast Titanic Triathlon has two distances:
Swim - 750m
Cycle - 19.5km
Run - 5k
Swim - 1500m
Cycle - 38.6km
Run - 10km
RULES AND REGULATIONS
The Belfast Titanic Triathlon will comply with the rules and regulations contained within the Triathlon Ireland Manual of Guidance and the ITU Competition Rules. Both documents can be downloaded below, but please check for latest versions using the relevant websites.
In a nutshell, important messages for all competitors include:
Wetsuits are compulsory,
Race swim cap must be worn outermost,
No nudity on the course, especially within the transition area,
Helmets must be worn at all times when in contact with your bike,
Drafting is prohibited,
No outside assistance,
Due to conditions attached to the road closures, it is necessary to set a cut-off time of approximately 3 hours and 40 minutes on those doing the Standard Distance Triathlon. This is to ensure the safety of both competitors and race crew. Those doing the Sprint Distance will have approximately 3 hours minutes to complete the course.
For more information, download and read: