The popular Windsor Triathlon is offering age groupers the unique opportunity to race alongside elite athletes. Following huge success in 2015; men and women who can complete the Olympic distance in under 2:30hrs will get the chance to race with big names such as Emma Pallant and London 2012 Olympian, Stuart Hayes in the ‘Race with the Stars’ wave. This wave will offer best-in-class age groupers the chance to race in smaller waves and provide an ideal setting to push themselves to the limit, potentially bagging themselves a PB in the process.
In a year which is sure to be impressive for Triathlon with the Rio Olympics and World Triathlon Series Final in Mexico there has never been a better time to get involved and compete alongside the pros. The British Super Series will be taking a break in 2016 but the Windsor Triathlon will still see many elites gunning for glory, all under the shadow of the historic Windsor Castle.
A limited number of triathletes competing in the new mates waves will also be able to avoid Saturday registration and rack on-the-day for the very first time. The Mates Waves will give friends, family members and rivals the chance to race alongside each other regardless of age and gender, whilst also offering the option of racking on Saturday or event-day Sunday. Capacity in these new waves will be extremely limited, so those interested should enter here