OPEN: Cotswolds Lake 62 Novice Aquathlon
Enter here - via RaceNation Review here - via RaceCheck Last years results
The minimum age to take part in this event is 15, this age is set by Triathlon England and we are unable to override this.
Entries will be open 1st November 2021 (00:00)
A price rise will take effect 4 weeks prior to the event date.
Entries will close on the Wednesday before the event (12:00), unless full prior to this.
Entries on the day will take a 20% surcharge of the final online price, should spaces be available, please check the race guide prior to the event taking place.
Watch: Cotswolds Novice Events 2018.
Please complete the COVID-19 declaration here (available 3 days prior to the event).
Event Specific Information
Novice Super Sprint Aquathlon: 400m Swim (Lake), 3km Run (Lake Path).
We will be working on a wave start with a rolling entry from 12:00
Free family 1.5km fun run at 11:30.
The event will be limited to 348 places.
Podium presentations only will take place at this event. All category awards will be posted out on following the event.
Winners’ awards to the following: 1st, 2nd & 3rd male and 1st, 2nd & 3rd female overall.
Category awards to the following: 1st male and 1st female in each age group in the following categories: 1st Junior (A-C), 1st Vet 40 (H, I), 1st Vet 50 (J, K), 1st Vet 60 (L, M), 1st Vet 70 (N, P, Q).
Results will be available after the event and uploaded onto LPS Events website under the results page. There will be a link to the event photographs from the results page also.
Swim Course: 1 x anticlockwise lap of the lake, keeping the swim buoys on your left. The lake is gravel filtered and approximately 6 metres deep, weed is usually not too much of a problem but during long bouts of hot weather this can appear in pockets. Typically, the temperature at this event is around 15-17°C.
Run Course: 2 x clockwise laps around the lake along a flat woodland & grass surface. During wet weather this can become slippery and muddy so choose your footwear according to the weather.
Transition: Located mainly on grass, with a slight camber, any gravelled areas are covered with matting for your comfort.
Lake 62 is a privately owned well-kept lake in the Cotswolds. This lake has been unused for many years, keeping it one of the finest. Its size and shape allow for some great spectating at all our events here and provides a base for triathletes wishing to take part in a medium sized event on a flat profile. It’s a compact event site so you can see most of the action without having to walk too far.
We also host training and coaching sessions from this lake, for further information about these days, please see the training page here.
Sponsorship & Fundraising
If you wish to fundraise for this event, we are encouraging support to: The Cotswolds Lake Trust.
Formed in 1996 as the Cotswold Water Park Society, and now known as Cotswold Lakes Trust, we have been a fully registered charity since April 2011. Cotswold Lakes Trust is governed by a Board of seven Trustees who oversee the work of a small team of staff based near Down Ampney in the Cotswold Water Park. Cotswold Lakes Trust works with a huge variety of people to care for this dynamic and challenging area.
Cotswold Lakes Trust is a charity dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of the Cotswold Water Park for the benefit of wildlife and people. Registered charity number 1120518
Our key objectives are to improve the Cotswold Water Park by; enhancing its biodiversity, providing recreational opportunities for its local communities and visitors and by providing an educational resource.
For further information, please visit their website here.
Please visit the main event page for full general information here.