The sun shone as the sell out Sebamed Brighton and Hove Triathlon took place on Brighton seafront this weekend, in front of 20,000 spectators. 1200 athletes completed the open water, closed-road course which finished in front of the iconic beach hut lined promenade. With 40% female entries and 43% first-time triathletes, it was a fantastic advertisement that triathlon is accessible to all. The youngest competitors at just three years old took part in Saturday’s Frog Bikes Min
Firstly, well done - getting signed up and on to the start line for your first ever triathlon is the hardest bit of all. We like to think of the race as being the easy bit, the fun reward for the hard work, sacrifice and the commitment you made to get here. Remember - this is supposed to be fun! Secondly, your first triathlon may seem daunting but don't worry, take a deep breath - we are here to help with our top tips on how to tackle your first race. Before the race: 1. Writ
We're thrilled to have partnered with the fabulous Brighton Harbour Hotel. Located on the seafront, 10 minutes walk from Hove Lawns, it's the perfect match.
And what's even better are the deals they're giving entrants!
Receive a complimentary glass of fizz from the Jetty Restaurant and/or 25% discount on their A La Carte menu on presentation of your race medal.
Not booked accommodation yet?
All entrants receive the preferred rate of £190 B&B (single occupancy) for Fri
We caught up with Brighton & Hove's leading injury and postural rehabilitation centre for their tops tips in the lead up to race day. And the best part? All entrants will receive 20% off of their initial consultation!* What do I do if I get an injury? Stop immediately, rest, compress, elevate and gently promote movement. You can ice the injured area as this will help reduce the pain. If you still have pain or impaired movement by day 2-3 seek treatment with a qualified practi