The Sandman weekend adds Duathlon option

All-New Duathlon Added to Popular Sandman Triathlon Weekend

Always Aim High Events are delighted to announce that an exciting duathlon race has been added to the hugely popular Sandman Triathlon weekend in September!

The Sandman Sprint Duathlon will take place on Saturday the 16th September, and will offer competitors who would prefer not to take part in the open water swim an opportunity to experience the Sandman weekend.

Featuring the fast and undulating 25km Sandman Sprint cycle route, and sandwiched between 2.5km and 5.5km runs through the forested and sandy trails of Newborough Forest, this duathlon will be a true one off on the racing calendar.

The Sandman Triathlon is shaping to be a memorable weekend of racing. As well the usual sprint, full and weekend-long Savage action, 2017 also sees the introduction of a mighty half-iron Legend distance which consists of a 1900 metre swim, 91 km cycle and a 21 km trail run!

Entries for the Sandman Duathlon are now open, for information visit

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