All events are charged at £8 to non-members and £5 to members when using a discount code that will be circulated.
Isle of Wight Aquathlon Race 1 - The First Splash and Dash (Aquathlon) of the season is on Friday 6th July at 6pm. Meeting at St Helens Old Church, Duver road, PO33
Wight Tri completed their Summer Splash and Dash Series with the last of the 6 events taking place at Yaverland, with a 300m swim followed by a choice of a 3 km or 6km run.
1st in the nominated event was Roy Young who completed the short course in 19mins 32
Wight Tri held their penultimate Summer Splash and Dash Series race at Totland with a 650m swim followed by the choice of an out and back flat 2.25km run to Colwell Bay or a very hilly out and back 6km run along Headen Warren to Alum Bay.
1st in the nominated
The 3rd round of the Wight Tri Summer Splash and Dash Series took place at the Duver, St Helens, starting with a 650m swim and followed by a 3.4km run through St Helens and back to the Duver via the Causeway.
1st in the nominated event was Luke Jeffrey who completed
Wight Tri held the second of their summer Splash and Dash Series events at Yaverland with a 400 m swim and choice of hilly 1.5 or 3mile runs up to Culver Cliff. 1st in the nominated event was Neil Cooper who was 1 second inside his nominated time of 41:07
Wight Tri held the first of their Summer Splash and Dash Series event at Colwell Bay.
This is a nominated event with all competitors aiming to get as close to their nominated time for their choice of swim and run courses. 16 Wight Tri members took on the very challenging and
Last week Wight Tri held the 4th event of the summer Splash and Dash series - this event organised by Emma and Steve Goodier at The Duver, St Helen's, a new location for us.
Starting with a 600m swim from the harbour end of The Duver towards the Old Church green, followed
4th of the 5 race series in a new venue.
Meet at The Duver at 18.00 ready for a 18.30 start. Plenty of parking by the sea wall or behind the beach huts in the National Trust car park. Toilets at the Baywatch should be open.
Sea swim is 600m followed by
We run a summer series of aquathons - we call them a Splash 'n' Dash.
Five events at different beach locations around the Island between June and August. The normal format is a sea swim of between 400m and 1000m followed by a run of between 3km and 6km.
The events are