Triathlon X – Saturday 16TH June
The X is an extreme Ultimate Distance Triathlon which consists of a 2.4-mile swim in Lake Windermere which is England’s longest and second deepest lake. The swim is two laps of 1.2 miles Followed by a cycle through Ambleside, via Glenridding, Keswick, Gosforth, Eskdale and Coniston. This is a 112 miles bike ride from Ambleside via all the major road passes in the Lake District National Park and you ascend over 3,700m. This is the hardest bike section of any Ultra Distance Triathlon anywhere. Run 26.6 Miles from transition 2 to Scafell Pike and back via Great Langdale, Esk Hause and Great End.
Andy Lewis completed this event in a great time of 17:13:58 and in 56th place overall and 10th in his age category.
2018 Trail Marathon Wales (Half Marathon) Sunday 16th June
Steph White completed this event in a time of 2:33:30
Coniston Triathlon – Sunday 24th June
Starts with a 1500m swim in Coniston Lake, followed by an undulating 40k bike ride on fantastic Lake District roads. The 10.5k run course is an out and back route, which heads through Coniston village.
Boyd Root finished with a time of 2:52:42
Staunton Harold Triathlon – Sunday 24th June
The Staunton Harold Triathlon is set on a privately-owned estate in the stunning surroundings of Staunton Harold Hall providing the perfect backdrop for a challenging event. It consists of a 750 swim and a 24km cycle through South Derbyshire countryside while the run takes place through the National Forest at Biggin Wood and is 8km.
Tim Gould 1:54:18
Ryan Hawtin 1:54:46
Coast to Coast – Saturday 23rd June
The C2C starts in the former coal mining and industrial lands of West Cumbria, travels through the stunning scenery of the northern Lake District and heads into Keswick before passing through Penrith and the Eden Valley with its lush valleys and sandstone villages. It then starts the climb up to Hartside and onto the unspoilt Northern Pennines – the roof of England. There then follows an undulating ride as the C2C meanders through old lead mining villages, such as Nenthead and Rookhope, and down into the Durham Dales before entering the old steel town of Consett. From here it’s an easy ride through one of Britain’s old industrial heartlands to the North Sea and Sunderland. At 147 miles long, the C2C is part of the much larger National Cycle Network of nearly 10,000 miles. It is Britain’s most popular long-distance cycle route and is based on minor roads, disused railway lines, off-road tracks and specially constructed cycle paths.
Andrea Cooper completed this ride in just over 12 hours