SAPUTO Foreshore Triathlon

Sunday 5th of February 2023

The Foreshore Tri is held down around the fantastic Warrnambool Foreshore Area - a great course for competitors with a swim in Worm Bay to the Pavilion, a cycle leg taking in Viaduct Road and Thunderpoint and a run along the Promenade to finish off... read more.

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Viaduct Road, Warrnambool, VIC, 3280
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The Foreshore Tri is held down around the fantastic Warrnambool Foreshore Area – a great course for competitors with a swim in Worm Bay to the Pavilion, a cycle leg taking in Viaduct Road and Thunderpoint and a run along the Promenade to finish off.

Events for the whole family – individual and team entries welcome. A fantastic course for spectators and family to cheer on participants. Transition is located in the carpark in front of the Yacht Club, sign-in at the Pavilion. Starting on the beach with the finish shoot in front of the Pavilion.

Events on Offer: Sprint Event (500 metre swim, 20 kilometre ride, 5 kilometre run) $60 entry / $80 teams.
Short Course (250 metre swim, 5 kilometre ride, 1.6 kilometre run) $20 entry. WDEA All Abilities Triathlon – elements of swim, ride/trike, walk/run – Free entry. Junior Tris – Under 7s, 7-9s and 10-12s – distances vary to suit age groups.

Pre-registration required for all events – refer to event posters for different closing dates.

Schedule of events and registration information to follow!

Contact Ian Barnes (Race Director) for any event details via phone or email.

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  • Carpark
  • Non Smoking
  • Public Toilet

Accessibility

  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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