Less than 48 Hours to Beat Outlaw Price Rise

Time is running out to enter the Outlaw Triathlon or Outlaw Half Holkham at tier one pricing. Prices increase at Midnight tomorrow (Wednesday 31 October) and spaces are becoming limited in the full distance event, which celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2019.

The multi award-winning Outlaw was first launched in 2010, and a combination of the anniversary celebrations as well as the new payment plan and deferral scheme has seen a record number of places sold since entries opened in September. Anyone entering before midnight on Wednesday will be able to enter at the lowest prices, which are the same as 2018 prices, as well as taking advantage of the payment and deferral options.

The Outlaw Half Holkham was launched in 2016 and takes places at the stunning Holkham Estate, a popular tourist destination in north Norfolk. Regardless as the UK’s most beautiful triathlon, the event also provides participants with the opportunity to camp on the grounds of Holkham Estate. The 2019 Outlaw Holkham Half is set to be the biggest to date.

Outlaw Triathlon Series 2019:

Outlaw Half Nottingham; 19 May; 1900m swim, 56mile bike, 13.1mile run – SOLD OUT
Outlaw Half Holkham; 7 July 2019; 1900m swim, 56mile bike, 13.1mile run
Outlaw Triathlon; 28 July 2019; 3800m swim, 112mile bike, 26.2mile run

Outlaw Founder and Event Director, Iain Hamilton, said: “If anyone is considering entering, I’d urge them to do it sooner, rather than later because once entries are gone, they are gone. We don’t operate a waiting list system or resell entries if people need to withdraw.”

He added: “The response to entries this year has been excellent. It’s great to see previous champions and multi-time Outlaws coming back in our anniversary year along with a fresh wave of new participants.”

Enter now and join the thousands who have signed up to become an Outlaw in the special tenth anniversary year. Visit https://www.outlawtriathlon.com.

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