Langport Aquathlon Summer Series 2019

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Summer Aquathlon 2019

Langport Triathlon presents the Langport Aquathlon Summer Series 2019

Taking place over the 6-week summer holidays, the weekly events will be great fun for all types of competitors from the novices thinking about entering the triathlons to the PB chasing seasoned athletes.
For more information or to book a space visit www.langporttriathlon.co.uk

6 races over 6 weeks at Huish Leisure

RACE DATES:
Tuesday 23rd July
Tuesday 20th July
Tuesday 6th August
Tuesday 13th August
Tuesday 20th August
Tuesday 27th August

250m Swim:
The swim will be taking place in Huish Leisure's newly refurbished indoor swimming pool.

5km Run:
The run takes place on the Huish Episcopi Academy site. 3 laps of an undulating course around the school site on pathways and grass.

Price:
£35* — All 6 races
£7 — Online individual race entry
£9 — On the day race entry
*Further discount for Langport & Ladies Triathlon competitors

Registration: 6:30pm — 7:10pm
Race brief: 7:15pm
Swim start: 7:20pm

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