Beat the increase – enter Outlaw Half Holkham today

Today (Wednesday) marks the final day to access Early Bird pricing for many of OSB Events’ races, including the popular Outlaw Half Holkham, Clumber Duathlon and the Midlands Sprint Series.

The Outlaw Half Holkham is in its third year, after launching in 2016 at the absolutely stunning Holkham Estate in North Norfolk. The race covers a 1900m lake swim, followed by a flat to rolling 56mile bike ride and a 13.1mile run around the Estate.

Current course record holders are Craig Twigg (4:09:17) and Cat Faux (4:32:14), and another quality field is expected this year given the addition of an elite wave to the event.

The event offers bespoke on site camping, there’s also a 10km Run event and a kids 2.5km Dash to make it an action-packed weekend in a festival environment.

Outlaw Halk Holkham still has places available, as does the full distance Outlaw Triathlon. However, entries for the Outlaw Half Nottingham are completely sold out and there is no waiting list or charity places available.

Clumber Duathlon – national championship, GB Age Group Qualifier

The ever-popular Clumber Duathlon in north Nottinghamshire features as the 2018 Triathlon England National Duathlon Championships (Standard Distance) and is a qualification event for the ITU World Championships. The sprint distance event is also a qualifier for the European Championships in 2019.

The event caters for all levels of athlete, and stakes place in the beautiful National Trust Park.

Both Holkham and Clumber are available at Early Bird Prices for the rest of today until Midnight. Midland Sprint Series races are also at Early Bird rates today ahead of the first race in Southwell on 14 April. OSB Events has over 25 years’ experience and has won numerous awards for high quality organisation.

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