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Team Silkworth for Jersey Triathlon

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Posted on 05/04/19

We are looking for x15 participants to make up x5 relay teams for the Accuro Jersey Triathlon on Sunday 16th June 2019. Each Silkworth relay team will be made up of x3 members and will need to fulfil the following disciplines: 1500m swim, 40km bike ride, 10km run.

"The Jersey Triathlon is the most Southerly triathlon of the British Isles and is one of the most exciting, challenging and picturesque courses in Britain. The event is centred around Jersey's waterfront in St Helier, providing seemless transitions from swim to bike and bike to run. The popular course hosted the Jersey 2015 Island Games triathlon event and the 2019 event will follow a near identical course."

You won't need to pay an entry fee if you sign up to a Silkworth team, all we ask is that each team raises a minimum of £500.

If you would like to sign up, the deadline for the Silkworth team is next Friday 12th April 5pm. Please contact Catherine on: Cat.Laine@silkworthlodge.co.uk

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