Give event a Tri
MORE than 300 competitors are expected to take part in the Cannons Tri Force St Albans Triathlon in June. The event is a favourite among novice triathletes and last year was awarded novice status.
MORE than 300 competitors are expected to take part in the Cannons Tri Force St Albans' Triathlon in June.
The event is a favourite among novice triathletes and last year was awarded novice status.
The 400m swim, 20k cycle ride and 5km run makes for a challenging event on Sunday, June 8.
All competitors receive a t-shirt, and Tri Force Club Chairman, Howard Davis said "The Cannons Tri Force triathlon is a well organized event, run by Tri Force members, and is something the community should be proud of.
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"The event will be a wonderful opportunity for people new to triathlon to give the sport a go. If people would want to take part but feel unsure about what a triathlon might entail they should come along to a Tri Force session."
For further information on the St Albans Triathlon see the website www.tri-force.org or call Howard on 07951 935089.
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