Human Race triathlon returned during the weekend of 15-16 May with a spectacular two days of action at Dorney Lake, Berkshire. After the first blank calendar last year for the first time in Human Race’s 30 year history due to the pandemic, a number of procedures were put in in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everybody involved. Measures introduced included socially distanced starts, extra space in transition, and a specially commissioned virtual race briefing. We are happy to report back that 98% of participants felt safe and confident in the measures we had taken (we will of course be endeavouring to get that to 100% at future events)
The competitors showed no signs of rustiness as they swam, rode, and ran round the London 2012 Olympic venue, with James Hodgson and Molly Savill setting the fastest times in the sprint discipline (750m swim, 21.2 km cycle, 5km run).
Dorney Lake, Windsor, UK, SL4