Clumber Park Duathlon to host National Duathlon Championships

Chief Correspondent

Clumber Park Duathlon is confirmed as Triathlon England National Duathlon Championships

Triathlon England have confirmed that the Clumber Park Duathlon, taking place on 17 March 2018, will again be the National Duathlon Championships.

The organisers of the exciting event, OSB Events, who have been hosting multi sports events at this venue for over 14 years, including triathlons and duathlons, are delighted to be hosting the event again in 2018.

Race Director, Iain Hamilton commented: “We are really happy to have been selected to host the National Duathlon Championships, at Clumber Park, again. Clumber Park is a perfect venue for a duathlon, and we hope that this year’s event will attract a wide range of athletes, which will give us some great racing. We have a great relationship with both the federation and the National Trust and look forward to putting on a showcase event together. “

The duathlon will feature two distances: a sprint and a standard distance in which participants have to complete a run, a bike and then another run. The event attracts athletes of all standards from beginners to those who are attempting to qualify to become a GB age group athlete.

Clumber Park Duathlon 2018 has also be confirmed as a 2018 & 2019 ITU World Championships Standard Distance Duathlon and a 2019 ETU European Championship Sprint Distance Duathlon Qualifier.

For further information about OSB Events and to register for the Clumber Park Duathlon 2018 please go to

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