Nirvana Europe set to transfer over 300 GB athletes to the ITU World Champs

Nirvana Europe is delighted to be the official travel partner for 2018 ITU World Championships on the Gold Coast and is already preparing the logistics to transport over 300 GB Age Group Triathletes (and their bikes)  across the globe to the race in September.

The ITU World Championships will see 5,000 of the world’s best elite and age group triathletes head to Queensland for the pinnacle race of the 2018 standard distance season. Athletes representing 46 nations will be competing at the stunning location of Southport Broadwater Parklands which was home to the 2009 ITU World Championships.

This year, Nirvana Europe are ready to organise the travel logistics for hundreds of competitors, with 346 GB Age Group Triathletes confirmed so far to travel to compete at the Gold Coast. Nirvana Europe offers those attending the event from the 12th – 16th September two accommodation options including the official Race Hotel, the 4* Crown Mantra Towers Hotel as well as added extras including return flights, airport transfers, bike mechanical services, bike course tours and more.

Athletes also have the option to book a full end-to-end tour package, providing them with the best possible preparation for the race, including swim and bike course orientation and free bike carriage on all flights booked with Etihad through Nirvana.

 For more information about Nirvana Europe’s travel packages to the ITU World Championship please visit https://www.nirvanaeurope.com

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