The University of Nottingham is to host its first ever sprint triathlon this coming weekend, organised by students to raise money for dementia research project Life Cycle 5.
The Varsity Triathlon is expected to offer an ideal opportunity for any first time triathletes, boasting a closed course and traffic free roads, as well as allowing competitors the option to enter as a team. Seasoned athletes will also have the chance to excel in a Triathlon England recognised event that takes in the beautiful features of the University grounds, including Highfields Lake and the Downs wildflower meadow.
Registrations for both general and charity entry are open now, with four categories of entry fee:
– General entry – £35
– Charity entry – £25 (commitment to raise £75 for Life Cycle 5)
– Team entry – £54
– Charity team entry – £45 (commitment to raise £200 for Life Cycle 5)
For more info and to register, head to www.nottsvarsitytri.com.
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