In recent weeks the Outlaw Triathlon series has been teasing the addition of a new race venue for the 2022 season.
That location has been confirmed with news of the addition of the Outlaw Half Woburn, taking place at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire on 12 June 2022.
The 2022 Outlaw Triathlon Series
- 15 May 2022: Outlaw Half Nottingham
- 12 June 2022: Outlaw Half Woburn
- 3 July 2022: Outlaw Half Holkham (North Norfolk)
- 24 July 2022: Outlaw Triathlon (Nottingham, the full)
- 4 Sept 2022: Outlaw Half Bowood (Wiltshire)
- 25 Sept 2022: Outlaw X* (North Nottinghamshire)
*BTF British Middle Distance Championships
Outlaw partners with tri for life
Outlaw Half Woburn has evolved from the Woburn Abbey Triathlon working in partnership with tri for life, a registered charity which aims to raise money for a variety of deserving causes through the sport of triathlon. The event will cover a 1.2 mile lake swim, 56 mile bike ride and 13.1 mile run in beautiful surroundings.
tri for life has raised over one million pounds for charities including Great Ormond Street Hospital, Teenage Cancer Trust, Whizz Kidz, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Rays of Sunshine. In 2022 tri for life will also be supporting Outlaw’s existing charity partners, Alzheimer’s Research UK & Cancer Research UK.
An incredible location
Race director, Iain Hamilton said: “Woburn is an incredible location and we’re really pleased to have secured it for the sixth and final UK event in the Outlaw Triathlon Series. I’d like to thank everyone at the venue and tri for life for working with us to make this happen.”
The Outlaw Triathlon Series comprised of five events in 2021 with nearly 8000 race starters. Outlaw Half Nottingham is already sold out for 2022 and the new event in June has attracted a lot of interest from the triathlon community. Outlaw Half Woburn will help raise the profile of the award-winning series by taking an event closer to London and previous Woburn Abbey Triathlon competitors.
More details about the newest Outlaw event will be announced in the new year, with the planned date for opening entries set for 7 January.