Outlaw Half Nottingham Sold Out – Charity Slots Available

The rearranged Outlaw Half Nottingham 2021 has sold out along with Outlaw Half Holkham and the Outlaw Triathlon. Entries have been in demand since international travel restrictions were announced last month and several other events have sadly been postponed.

Outlaw Half Nottingham has always been the most popular event in the Outlaw Triathlon Series. It once sold out in less than two minutes. Entries recently became available after a date change from 16 May to 20 June was announced, but they have closed again already. 

Outlaw Triathlon Series 2021

Event Director, Iain Hamilton, commented: “Successfully delivering Outlaw X last September gave us confidence that we could work with the restrictions to get events back up and running this year. Obviously, the whole industry has had a lot of unforeseen challenges this year, but we’re looking forward to 20 June.”

Entries are available for Outlaw Half Bowood and Outlaw X in September, giving athletes the opportunity to train over the summer and end their seasons on a high.

Outlaw Half Bowood is the newest event in the Series, taking place at the expansive Bowood House and Gardens near Calne in Wiltshire. Outlaw X takes place at Thoresby Park in North Nottinghamshire. Both of these events take place over a 1.2mile swim, 56mile bike and 13.1mile run.

For more information, visit https://www.outlawtriathlon.com.

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