everactiv partners with Castle Triathlon Series

everactiv become Junior Apparel Partner for Castle Triathlon Series

The Castle Triathlon Series is well known for its family race offering and host of the World’s largest children’s triathlon at Hever Castle Triathlon. Not only do they host the largest competitor field for children with three distances on offer tailored for ages 8-10, 11-12 and 13-15 year olds* but they buck the trend with a higher percentage of girls and women. everactiv are tapping in to this pool of junior triathlete girls by partnering with the Castle Triathlon Series and offering them quality sportswear to help them perform and feel their best.

Advertisements

Catriona Morrison and everactiv

everactiv girls apparel has been founded by professional triathlete, Catriona Morrison and her business partner, Linda Barclay, who pride themselves on creating a technical sportswear range that promotes ambition and determination through sport. The brand showcases a range of quality, technical sportswear apparel.

Co-Founder Catriona Morrison talks about what the partnership hopes to bring to competitors and the brand:

“Having launched the brand at the end of last year, aiming to fill a gap in the market for quality, technical junior girls sports apparel, we are extremely excited to partner with Castle Triathlon for this event.

“As a brand we are passionate about getting children active and engaged in sport; the Castle Triathlon Series is a great way for us to meet new junior atheltes and give them an introduction to our fantastic launch-range.”

Castle Triathlon Series competitors will be offered discounted products from their range which features leggings, shorts, long sleeves and t-shirts.

Visit www.everactiv.com to view the range and read more about the junior brand.

Visit www.castletriathlonseries.co.uk to sign up for any of the 2017 events at five stunning and iconic castles.

Latest News
Flora Duffy, Taylor Knibb, Beth Potter - WTCS Bermuda 2022
Staying motivated: Flora Duffy on her journey to Paris 2024
Rebecca Clarke photo credit Korupt Vision for IRONMAN
Home stars face strong challenge in scenic Wanaka
Hamburg 2019 / Jacob Birtwhistle
IRONMAN 70.3 Tasmania 2023: Preview, course and how to follow live
Kristian Blummenfelt and Gustav Iden head to head on the run
‘You can’t just copy and paste’ – Blu and Iden on the Norwegian method
Alistair Brownlee Kalmar 2022 win photo credit Getty Images for IRONMAN
Alistair Brownlee talks training, 2023 targets and the Norwegians