New Year Payment Plan available for Outlaw Triathlon

Based on requests from aspiring Outlaws, OSB Events has made a New Year payment plan available, which is live on the entry website now. The option allows competitors to pay half of the entry fee by the end of February, and the second half by the end of April.

The Outlaw Triathlon is set for 29 July in Nottingham.

Taking advantage of this plan, will ensure that competitors guarantee their places on the start line now, without risk of entries closing.

To take advantage, simply go to the Outlaw Triathlon web page ( and select the ‘Enter Now’ option.

New Year Payment Plan:

Payment 1: £150 + booking fee by 28 February 2018 – non-refundable

Payment 2: £149 by 30 April 2018 – refundable up to 2 July

The Outlaw was first launched in 2010 and has received remarkably positive feedback every year since. It’s won numerous awards, but OSB Events are continually trying to improve it. They hope the 2018 event will retain all of the things competitors love, and improve things that can be improved upon.

The Outlaw starts with an out-and-back lake swim, followed by a 112mile flat bike ride, which can be windy, but is ideal for time trial bikes and putting your head down to find some speed. The 26.2mile run is along the River Trent path and brings you back into the main event venue, the National Water Sports Centre, several times so that your family and friends can cheer you all the way to the finishing line.

Speaking of family and friends, the Outlaw one of the few events that has gained approval for children to accompany competitors down the finishing carpet. Completing the Outlaw will require dedication and some sacrifices, and family can be part of your big moment when you cross the finishing line.

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