Activity Wales Events launch The Wales Triathlon Show

Activity Wales Events have organised The Wales Triathlon Show. The Triathlon Show will take place on the 6th, 7th and 8th of July 2017, in Tenby Leisure Centre, in Tenby, Pembrokeshire.

The Wales Triathlon Show will be the first of its kind in Wales, with free entry to the public. The three day Show will feature over 40 exhibitors showcasing the very best of the sports leading brands such as Zone3, TORQ, KitBrix, VIVO Barefoot, 2XU, CEP and so many more. Providing the opportunity for visitors to see, try and buy these products. There will be unlimited access to experts on training, nutrition and equipment.

There will also be organised talks over the three days with professional athletes such as Lucy Gossage, Long Course Weekend 2016 Winner Marcus Hultgren and many other amazing speakers cover all triathlon topics such as training and race tips to how to change your tyre.

“We are thrilled to announce that we will be bringing a Triathlon Show to Wales, and to have so many unbelievable exhibitors involved. It will be a show not to be missed by Triathletes, Runners, Swimmers and Cyclists alike”, said Activity Wales Events.

The Wales Triathlon Show will be suited to experienced Triathletes but also to each standalone sport, running, swimming and cycling. Also for people tempted to get involved but wanting to know more about Triathlons and each sport then The Wales Triathlon Show is perfect.

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