VO2Max Racing Events are delighted to announce that British Triathlon has appointed our Warmseal Woodhorn Museum triathlon, 10th July 2021 event as the Triathlon England Standard Distance Triathlon Championship for 2021 and as a ITU World Standard Distance Triathlon Qualifier for the Great Britain Age-Group Team for the 2022 World/European Championships.
Each year, British Triathlon select events from around the country to host age group major events such as national championships and qualifiers for the Great Britain national team.
These events represent the highest national level of multisport activity for age group athletes and the Warmseal Woodhorn triathlon will welcome athletes from across Britain to Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland on 10th July 2021 as they seek to become national champion and to secure a place at the 2022 ITU World Championships
Following the cancellation of championship and qualifier events in 2020 due to Covid-19, next year sees a full calendar of age group major events scheduled to take place. The full calendar can be found here [https://www.britishtriathlon.org/events/championships-and-qualifiers].
The Warmseal Woodhorn Museum Triathlon is open for all participants to enter, however only Core and Ultimate members of British Triathlon/Triathlon England will be able to compete for championship titles, with British Triathlon Home Nation Core and Ultimate members eligible to qualify for the Great Britain Age-Group Team.
For more information about membership and to join, visit the British Triathlon website [https://www.britishtriathlon.org/join].
Andy Salmon, Chief Executive of British Triathlon, said: “We’re really excited to announce the calendar of age group major events for 2021. They’re the pinnacle of domestic racing for our members and I want to thank the event organisers for hosting them.
“Since the suspension on activity was lifted in July, we’ve supported event organisers and participants to ensure great experiences can be delivered in a Covid-19 Secure manner.
“We’re all looking forward to these competitive opportunities being delivered safely in 2021 and, whilst they may still look slightly different, giving our members the chance to achieve their swim, bike, run goals.”