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Race to the Bill

When? 09 June 2019
Where? Portland

  • Race to the Bill

New for 2019 – The Race to the Bill Short Course Classic & Sprint Triathlon –

This is a well established race around the Isle of Portland, however for 2019 we will be changing the the bike & run routes.

THE SWIM

Swimming 1 loop around the breakwater in Portland Harbour, you will negotiate a 750m or 1500m course around the huge rocks and orange marker buoys exiting the water no more than 50m away from a flat well organised transition area.

THE BIKE 17.5km, 1 lap around Portland, seeing the famous Bill lighthouse and fantastic Chesil Beach stretching for miles along the Jurassic coastline.

THE RUN A totally flat 5km or 10km run around the Osprey Quay area of the marina.

Mass start at 07:00 for the Short Course Classic and 08:00 for the Sprint

You will receive a race T-shirt and custom medal on completion of the event.

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