Take part in the London Triathlon 2015 and help raise funds for children and young people with cancer.
The renowned London Triathlon is back giving participants the opportunity to cycle through the closed roads of London via some of its most famous landmarks, including the O2 arena, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.
The run and swim course takes place at Docklands providing an excellent venue for friends and family to come and cheer you on!
You can also choose from the following distances:
- Sprint Triathlon: 750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run
- Olympic Triathlon: 1.5k swim, 40k bike, 10k run.
The London Triathlon is really not an event to be missed.
Join our team
Join our team for this event and you will get:
- Training plans, training guides and 12 months
- VIP membership to exclusive training platform RunLounge
- On-going expert advice from Nick and Phoebe at Runningwithus to support your triathlon journey
- CLIC Sargent running vest
- Fundraising pack
We will support you from the moment you sign up with training and fundraising support right through until race day, and beyond.
Looking for a place?
Sign up today for the London Traithlon 2015 in support of children and young people with cancer.
CLIC Sargent has guaranteed places available in both the Sprint and the Olympic diatances. The registration fee for this event is £40. In return for your place we ask you to pledge to raise a minimum of £450 for CLIC Sargent (due one month after race day).
Already got a place?
If you have already got your place directly through the race organisers but would still like to run/swim and cycle for CLIC Sargent, you can join our team for this event.
Volunteer at the event
We are looking for volunteers to cheer on our amazing CLIC Sargent triathletes on race day. All you need is enthusiasm and a loud cheer!
If you would like some more information about volunteering at this event, please contact our Running Events team on 0845 602 4770 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go the extra mile for children and young people with cancer.