After a fantastic first year’s event with 1,000 entrants, the Brighton and Hove Triathlon returns on Sunday 17th September 2017. The race will see participants take on the challenge of a sea swim (which was a mill pond for the 2016 event), a scenic cycle along the seafront on the closed road cycle leg and flat run along the iconic beach lined promenade.
Co-ordinated by an experienced team, many of whom have worked on Olympic and Commonwealth events, the Brighton and Hove Triathlon is set to grow into one of the biggest events in the triathlon calendar.
On this page, it allows you to log your training progress, upload training photos and compete against each other to top the leader board.
In the top left hand corner, you have a link to our ticketing site and our website for more information.
Don’t forget to post on social media when you have completed a training session, we all want to know how it’s going! Use the tabs on the top right hand side of the page to direct you straight to your social media outlets.
We hope you enjoy this page and use it as a social hub for The Brighton and Hove Triathlon.
Hove Lawns, Kingsway, Hove, United Kingdom
Brighton, United Kingdom
As an innovative, professional race organiser, he initiated and developed many multisport events that have contributed significantly to the growth of the sport at all levels. His company won the British Triathlon Associaton's 'Event of the Year' accolade so many times that he was allowed to keep the trophy! He founded FROGs, (Federation of Race Organisers), in the early days and is still contributing to the sport as President of Triathlon England's London Regional Committee. He has acted as an International Technical Official, working as a volunteer at ITU Triathlon World Cups, Triathlon World Championships, the 2006 Commonwealth Games triathlon in Melbourne, Australia , and at the test event for the 2006 Asian Games Triathlon in Doha. He was retained to deliver the first appearance of triathlon as a programme sport in the Commonwealth Games in Manchester 2002, which led onto five very successful ITU World Cup events in Salford. He is best known as the triathlon event manager at the greatest sporting event on the planet, the 2012 London Olympic Games.