RACE ENTRY

How do I enter TriAthy 2019?

 
  • Entry to TriAthy 2019 is via the Active Europe entry system;
  • You can start the entry process now by clicking on the link below:

  • Simply select the race you wish to enter and then sign up using the Active Europe system.
  • There are 4 Great Races to choose from:

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  • Entry is open to:
    • Individuals (doing the full triathlon); or
    • Relay Teams (of 2, or 3 participants) in the Olympic race ONLY.
  • Please note that TriAthy is a Triathlon Ireland sanctioned event and as such you must hold a valid RACE LICENCE in order to participate. See our separate FAQ on obtaining a Race Licence.

When do race entries close?

 
  • Entries will close for TriAthy 2019:
    • at midnight on Thursday 23rd May 2019 or
    • earlier if the relevant race fills to capacity before this date;
  • Typically each race will sell out before the official closing date, so we would advise entrants to enter well in advance;
  • Please don't be offended if requests to enter after this time can not be fulfilled.

Can I request to be in a particular wave or have my own start time?

 
  • The only race with a wave start is the Double Olympic. For this race, waves will fill on a self-arranging basis (ie. first 150 in Wave 1, followed by the next 150 in the next wave approx 10 mins apart).
  • All other races will take a "Rolling Start" format where instead of set wave times, there will be a continuous flow to the race starts. In this format triathletes will start their clock when they cross the timing mat at the swim start and clock their time when they cross the finish-line.

How is my Age Category determined?

 
  • In accordance with the ITU rules, your age is deemed to be your age as at 31 December 2019.
  • Here’s an example of what this means:
    • Andrea turns 40 on 31 July 2019.
    • TriAthy is in on 1 June 2019, a few weeks before her birthday.
    • Even though Andrea will be 39 when she races at Athy, the ITU rules state that she must race in the 40-44 Age Category
    • Why? - Because her age will be 40 on 31 December 2019.
  • Your category will be automatically generated when you enter based on your date of birth.

What are the Age Restrictions for taking part at TriAthy 2019?

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  • Adult entrants:
    • Must be 18 or over on 31 December 2019.
    • There is no upper age restriction.
  • Junior entrants:
    • Must be 16 to 19 on on 31 December 2019.
    • Can only enter the Sprint or Try distance race.
    • All junior entrants must be holders of Triathlon Ireland Junior Membership, in line with requisite parental consents.

How do I know I have been accepted into the Race?

 
  • You will receive a confirmation email from Active Europe upon entering the event.
  • If you need to search for this in your email inbox (or spam folder), here is the originating email address: noreply@awntx3.email.active.com.
  • The confirmation email should look like the sample one below:

  • Note the various features of the email confirmation - there are links within this confirmation email that can help you update your entry in the run-up to raceday.
  • Please note: We also have an Entries listing on our website. This listing is indicative of being entered into the race, but not conclusive as the listing is updated periodically. See image below:

  • The confirmation email from Active Europe is conclusive evidence of entering the race.
  • To assist with event logistics and to keep you informed about the event you will also receive information emails from TriAthy leading up to the event. To avoid our emails going into your spam folder and getting lost, please add ‘info@triathy.com” to your address book.
  • It is a condition of entry that you must subscribe to receiving email communication about the event. It is of course within your right to unsubscribe from these communications, however we recommend that you do not do so until AFTER the event on 1st June. Please click here for our Privacy Policy / GDPR compliance code.
  • If you have not received any email correspondence, the following may be the case:
    • You provided an incorrect or out of date email address.
    • The emails are being directed into your junk folder.
    • Our emails are being rejected by your email server.
  • Please use the Contact Us link if you feel you have entered but have not received confirmation.
  • Important: If you have not received confirmation of your payment you are definitely not entered!

I paid but I don't seem to be entered - what should I do?

 
  • If you have been charged the entry fee but have not received any emails from Active Europe or us, perhaps they are going to your spam folder. Please see the above FAQ.
  • If you are still concerned that you are not entered please do not leave it until the last minute to query it. Contact us via our online form.
  • Please do not use our Facebook or Twitter channels to escalate this query as you may experience a delay in our reply.

My Race is SOLD OUT - What can I do?

 
  • Race places are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Last minute places may become available if other entrants decide to cancel their entry and withdraw from the race in question in advance of race day.
  • If places become available we will publicise this on our website and social media channels.
  • Please note we cannot guarantee that such places will become available.

What are the entry fees for TriAthy 2019

 
  • The entry fee will vary according to the Race you enter AND the time at which you enter.
  • The following entry fee structure will be in place for 2019

Race

Standard Entry

From 1 April 2019

From 1 May 2019

€ 97

€ 107

€ 117

€ 64.50

€ 71

€ 77

€ 55

€ 60.50

€ 66

€ 49.50

€ 54.50

€ 59

  • Kindly note that our pricing structure is designed to encourage earlier entry to the race which greatly contributes to the organisational effort.
  • Limited Discount Offers of up to 25% are available via our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.
  • Race Entry Fees are subject to a 7% Active Europe processing fee.

RACE CHANGES

How do I change to a different TriAthy race?

 
  • Changing from one race to another is possible but it a self-administered process and is subject to availability of places in the race you wish to move to.
  • To change, simply open the confirmation email that you received from Active Europe. See below showing a sample.

  • Your registration details are all set out, alongside a QR code.
  • You will see two links below the QR code; “Transfer to someone else” and “Change category”.
  • To change your race distance, click “Change category” and you will be directed to the Active Europe site. Log-in and make your new race selection and complete the online process. Please note there is a €5 (+7% Active Fee) charge to change race. You will receive a new email to confirm your amended race details.
  • Please note that the Organisers can not make any changes on your behalf, you must use the Active Europe system.
  • All changes must be made by midnight on Wednesday 22nd May 2019

 

Can I give my race entry to someone else?

 
  • Yes you can! This is a self-administrated process through the Active Europe System
  • Simply open the confirmation email that you received from Active Europe. See the example email below:

  • Your registration details are all set out, beside a QR code.
  • You will see two links below the QR code; “Transfer to someone else” and “Change category”.
  • To give away your race entry, click “Transfer to someone else” and you will be directed to the Active Europe site.
  • Log-in and complete the online form to transfer your entry. Please note there is a €5 charge  (+7% Active Europe fee) to transfer your place. An email will be sent to the transferee with their registration details.
  • Please note that the Organisers can not make any changes on your behalf, you must use the Active Europe system. All changes must be made by midnight on Wednesday 22nd May 2019.

I am no longer able to race. What are my options?

 
  • Under the T&C of entry, you can withdraw from the TriAthy event on or before 1st April 2019.
  • You will be entitled to a refund less an administration fee of €15.
  • To request a refund, please use the online contact form.
  • After the 1st April 2019, the only option available to you is to either

GENERAL FAQs

How do I find out about raceday?

 
  • Our website is the main window into the event and will be the most up to date source for information.
  • In the 10 days before raceday, we will also be in touch with you by email to deliver our Race Information Handbook - our complete guide to steer you through the event.
  • Please note you will NOT receive any details in advance of TriAthy by post.
  • It is recommended that you check our website frequently and follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get up-to-date on the go.

Will anything be posted out to me?

 
  • No - You will be emailed your Race Information Handbook ahead of race day.
  • You will collect your timing chip, race bib, sports stickers and goodie bag at the designated registration venue.
  • If you have purchased a race t-shirt or kitbag it will be available for collection at the registration venue.
  • To ensure that our emails do not filter into your spam folder, please add "info@triathy.com” to your address book.
  • It is important that you continue to receive our email updates in advance of Raceday.

What time does the race start?

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  • An indicative schedule will be posted during March 2019 on the website to give indicative race times for TriAthy 2019.
  • It is expected that all races will have started by midday with the majority of finishers completing the course by 14:40hrs.
  • A more detailed timetable will be posted within 10 days of the event to give a more detailed breakdown of race day.
  • Please also refer to the Race Information Handbook when it is published.

What is the route?

 
  • The route for each race is detailed in each of the race pages shown below. Click on the race of your choice below to find out more about the course and route.

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  • The routes shown online are the expected courses.
  • The final courses will be agreed with our race stakeholders by end of April 2019.

Will there by water on the course?

 
  • Water stations will be highlighted on our race maps.
  • Water will be in cups on the course.
  • Bottled water will be available at the finish.
  • For safety, there will be no water stations on the bike course. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have enough fluid to keep yourself hydrated on the bike leg.
  • EXCEPTION FOR DOUBLE OLYMPIC RACE:
    • Double Olympic participants have the option to leave their own nutrition at 30 km and 70km on the bike and (approximately) at every 5km on the run.
    • These items can be dropped off at the race briefing and must be clearly marked with the entrant’s race number and name.
    • Details in relation to this exception will be posted in the Race Information Handbook.

How do I wear my race number?

 
  • You will be provided with a TriAthy Race Bib together with a TriAthy Race Belt similar to the one shown below:

  • Race Bibs will be colour coded (Red for Double, Orange for Olympic, Blue for Sprint, and Green for Try)
  • During the swim your bib will not be visible as it will be under your wetsuit.
  • During the bike section your number must be displayed on your back.
  • During the run section, your number must be displayed on your front.
  • You can affix the number to the race belt provided at our registration venue. This allows for an easy swivel of the race number between bike and run legs.
  • The Race Belt has holders for race gels if required.

Will there be official results?

 
  • Timing Results will be provided by our timing partners.
  • Provisional results will be available live on the day via our website.
  • Your provisional results will be emailed to you shortly after the race.
  • All results are provisional until queries, penalties and anomalies are dealt with, this usually takes up to 7 days.

My results are not online. Who do I contact?

 
  • If you have a query about your result after the race, please contact our Timing Partner via the link on the Results Page.
  • Details will also be available in the Race Information Handbook when it is published.

Who do I contact for Lost Property?

 
  • You can use our online form to contact us.
  • Details of left or found property will be posted online after the race.
  • TIP: We often have left behind wetsuits after each event. To easily identify the owner  please ensure that your name is on your wetsuit and that you check it before leaving the race.

What are the rules of triathlon?

 

How is my Age Category determined?

 
  • In accordance with the ITU rules, your age is deemed to be your age as at 31 December 2019. 
  • Here’s an example of how this works:
    • Andrea turns 40 in July 2019.
    • TriAthy 2019 is in June, before her 40th birthday.
    • So even though Andrea will be 39 when she races in Athy, the rules state that she must race in the 40-44 category because her age will be 40 on 31 December 2019.
  • Your Age category will be automatically generated when you enter!

How do I update my registration details?

 
  • You can log into your Active Europe account and update your personal details.
  • You can find a link to this at the footer of the email that you received from them when you entered the race. See email sample below.

  • The link is “My Events” on www.active.com. All details must be up to date by midnight on 22nd May 2019.

What happens if I feel unwell in training for TriAthy?

 
  • Visit your GP if you’ve experience any problems during training to make sure it is safe for you to continue training and take part in the triathlon.
  • Make sure to inform us of any known medical condition (such as diabetes, asthma, allergy to penicillin, etc.) prior to the event.
  • In addition, please write all medical details on the back of your event number and put a small indelible red cross on the front of your number.
  • Whether you have a medical condition or not, you should not take part if you feel unwell on the day of the event.

Can I use headphones while racing?

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  • No, it is not safe to do so.
  • It is also against the rules of racing. You may be penalised or disqualified by the Triathlon Ireland referee or their nominated officials.

I have a disability - can I participate?

 
  • We do our best every year to accommodate participants with disabilities.
  • Please use our online contact form to email us description of your disability and the assistance you would require to take part and we will see what we can do to make it possible.

Is there a Finishing Medal?

 
  • All finisher's will receive a specially designed FINISHERS MEDAL when they cross the finish-line.
  • Here's an example of our Double Olympic Medal from 2018 which honours Ernest Shackleton who was born in Athy.
  • The 2019 Medal will be revealed in March and will feature a unique feature of Athy Town.

THE SWIM

Do I need a wetsuit?

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  • Yes - Wetsuits are compulsory for racing at TriAthy.
  • Your wetsuit will keep you warm and improve your swimming speed and buoyancy.
  • It is also an important safety aid in the event of experiencing difficulties.
  • We strongly recommend putting your name on the inside of your wetsuit in case it is left behind on race day.

Do I need to be able to swim?

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  • YES, for obvious safety reasons you must be able to swim as you will be entering an open water environment.
  • Our safety crews will be there to assist you if you need help.
  • However, as a guideline, we suggest you have a minimum competency of:
  • There are time limits for the swims and if you exceed them, you could be removed from the water. The time limits are:

Note: TriAthy swim race distances are TryAthy 250m, Sprint 750m, Olympic 1,500m and Double Olympic 3,000m. Click on the links to review. 

SwimAthy: To aid your race preparations we strongly recommend that you to take part in SwimAthy to test the water ahead of race day. SwimAthy takes place on Sunday 26th May 2019. The River course for all TriAthy swim legs will be in place for SwimAthy.

Can I use my surfing or shortie wetsuit?

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  • Yes. Any neoprene full body wetsuit is suitable.
  • Non-triathlon wetsuits may not be as flexible around the arms and shoulders.
  • We recommend that you precise in your wetsuit in the weeks prior to the race.

SwimAthy takes place on Sunday 26th May 2019 and is an ideal opportunity for entrants to test the water ahead of race day.

  • It is a fully marshalled event, covering the exact course but without the stress of a race environment.
  • For details see www.swimathy.com.
  • SwimAthy is open to everyone and is a favourite among athletes preparing for long distance Ironman or Challenge events who want open water experience. It is also perfectly suited to first time triathletes who want to eliminate race nerves and acclimatise themselves.

Do I need goggles?

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  • Yes - Googles are mandatory!
  • No goggles = No swim as per the race rules.
  • This is for your comfort and safety.

Do I need a swim cap?

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  • You will be issued a TriAthy swim cap at our registration venue similar to the ones depicted below.

  • Your hat will be colour coded to identify your race grouping.
  • For warmth and comfort some triathletes choose to double up and wear their own swim cap under the official cap.
  • The official TriAthy cap must be worn as the external layer as it an essential safety feature of raceday.

What do I wear beneath my wetsuit?

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  • You should wear whatever you will complete the rest of the race in beneath your wetsuit.
  • This way, when you strip off your wetsuit after the swim your ready immediately to cycle.
  • Nudity in the transition area is not allowed, as it is against the rules! Wear what feels comfortable.
  • It is not advised to try new clothing on race day.
  • Train in your gear before race day if at all possible to test race conditions and the clothings effect on your body.
  • Remember lycra will dry out quicker than cotton.

Can I use any stroke during the swim?

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  • Yes although we recommend that you swim front crawl unless you are tired or in difficulty.
  • If you need assistance, roll into a backstroke position and signal for assistance and one of our water rescue team will come to your aid immediately.
  • SwimAthy takes place on 26 May 2019 and is an ideal opportunity for entrants to test the water ahead of race day. It is a fully marshalled event, covering the exact course but without the stress of a race environment. For details see www.swimathy.com.
  • SwimAthy is open to everyone and is a favourite among athletes preparing for long distance Iron or Challenge events who want open water experience. It is also perfectly suited to first time triathletes who want to eliminate race nerves and acclimatise themselves before the big day on 1st June.

What swim safety measures are in place?

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  • We are a very safety conscious event with a 100% safety record spanning over 12 years.
  • Our water rescue team are medics, rowers and canoeists who are based in the area all year round.
  • They are familiar with the behaviour and currents of the river.
  • Every person in the water will have a dedicated marshal watching them.
  • If you get into trouble, roll into the backstroke position and signal for help using your arm and one of our crew will come to your aid immediately.
  • Should you require further assistance, our ambulance crew will be on standby at the riverside.
  • Couple of additional facts about swimming at TriAthy:
    • The riverbank is never more than 20m away (the river is 40m wide at it's maximum point)
    • The river depth is generally chest high during June.
    • The river current is normally slow and steady during June.
    • Multiple canoeists and river-side marshals will be keeping close watch on our swimming triathletes.

THE CYCLE

Can I use a Mountain Bike?

 
  • Yes.
  • The only requirement is that it must be roadworthy with working brakes and adequate tyre pressure.
  • Please also ensure that handlebar ends are capped.
  • All bikes will be checked by our marshals prior to being admitted into transition for racking and set-up.

Can I use tri-bars?

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  • Yes but all tri bars (and handlebars) must be plugged at the ends and secure.
  • All bikes will be checked by our marshals prior to being admitted into transition.

When do I rack my bike?

 
  • The transition area is a secure area, limited to entrants only.
  • You will be allowed access to your transition area for racking approx. 90 minutes before your race starts.
  • You must pass through a bike check station on your way into your transition area.
  • Your bike must be racked in time for your designated race briefing.
  • All information relating to race (and wave) starts will be emailed to you before the race in the Race Information Handbook.
  • It will also be available online at www.triathy.ie up to 10 days ahead of race day.

Where do I wear my race number while on the bike?

 
  • You will be provided with a race bib and race belt at our registration venue similar to the one below.

  • During the swim your bib will not be visible as it will be under your wetsuit.
  • During the bike section your number must be displayed on your back.
  • During the run section, it must be displayed on your front.
  • By using the race belt we provide you can easily swivel the race bib from back to front while transitioning.

Is there water available on the cycle course?

 
  • For safety reasons there will be no water stations on the bike course.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that you have enough fluid to keep yourself hydrated on the bike leg.
  • There will be water available on the run course and at the finish line.
  • EXCEPTION:  Double Olympic entrants may arrange for their own nutrition items to be placed at the 30km and 70km points (both located at Maganey Cross). Further information on this will be available in the Race Information Handbook.

What happens if I get a puncture?

 
  • You are not allowed to receive any assistance during your race.
  • If you get a puncture you must fix it yourself or retire from the race.
  • If you get into difficulty out on the course and want assistance to return to transition, please notify one of our roaming marshals who will do their best to help you.

Do I need a helmet?

 
  • Yes - it is mandatory requirement for racing!
  • Your helmet must have no cracks and the straps must be fitted to you.
  • It must be a bike specific helmet (no hurling helmets or skiing helmets!)

What is a Mount Line and Dismount Line?

 

The Mount Line:

  • is the point at which you are allowed to get on your bike. You are not allowed to cycle through transition, you must push your bike to the Mount Line and then start cycling.

The Dismount Line:

  • Similarly, you must get off your bike at the Dismount Line as you come back to transition after your bike leg.

Rules:

  • The rules state that you must put on your helmet, and close the straps, before pushing your bike to the Mount Line.
  • You may not remove your helmet until you have re-racked your bike.

Will there be cars on the road?

 
  • A legal road closure will be in place during TriAthy so the course is not open to normal vehicular traffic.
  • TriAthy is one of the few triathlon races in Ireland that have 36km of fully closed routes for our bike course.
  • It is possible that you will encounter a vehicle, but it should be an exceptional circumstance only.
  • You will share the road with other race entrants and you are obliged to observe the normal rules of the road.
  • Please note that there will be roaming motor bike officials and Gardai on the course.
  • In special circumstances, ambulances or local emergency traffic may have to briefly enter onto the course to deal with an unexpected event.
  • In all situations... the rules of the road will apply.

THE RUN

Is the run course flat?

 
  • Yes, the run course is predominately flat.
  • Route maps and course profile available for each race on the respective links below:

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Are there water stations on the run course?

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  • Yes, there will be numerous water stations on the run course.
  • Water will be available in cups on the course and in bottles at the finish line.
  • Please try to use the bins provided once you’ve finished your drink!
  • Only drop litter in the designated zones!!
  • The finalised online route maps will highlight the locations of the water stations.

Can my friends and family see me at the finish line?

 
  • In 2016 we introduced a new finishing area in the grounds of the former Dominican Church which is now the new Athy Community Library.
  • It will be on the opposite side of the river (West Side) to where the transition zone will be and it is very spacious and spectator friendly.
  • Bring the family and picnic and find a nice spot on the grass beside the River Barrow!

TRANSITION

What is "Transition"?

 
  • Transition is an area where all entrants must rack their bike and leave their essentials for the swim and run.
  • It is the area where you will be based for transition from swim to bike (known as T1) and bike to run (known as T2)
  • The transition area is a secure area, limited to entrants only.
  • At TriAthy there will be FOUR separate transition zones - one for each of the TriAthy races.
  • Competitors should be fully aware of the movement flows in and out of transition during race day. These will be set out in detail within the race course maps.

How do I know when to rack my bike in the transition zone?

 
  • You will be allowed access to your transition area for racking approx. 90 minutes before your race starts - the precise times will be outlined in the Race Information Handbook which will be distributed in the days before race day.
  • You must pass through a bike check station on your way into your transition area.
  • Your bike must be racked in advance of the mandatry race briefing.
  • All information relating to race (and wave) starts will be emailed to you before the race in the Race Information Handbook. It will also be available online ahead of race day.

What can I leave in transition?

 
  • Your bike, helmet and bike shoes. Optionally, you can leave a small towel for your feet together with the remainder of your race kit.
  • Whilst transition is fully secure, all belongings are left at owner’s risk.
  • Please note that only you and your kit will be allowed into transition.
  • This is a high security area and access will only be given to those wearing a race number.
  • No boxes or bags may be left at the bike racks.
  • There will be a designated bag drop area at TriAthy 2019. Competitors may place a small bag at the bag drop for collection at the new finish area. This bag is normally use by competitors to stow warm clothing etc until transition re-opens.
  • Transition will re-open after the last competitor has exited on to the run course on the sanction of the Race Director.

RACE LICENCE

Why do I need a Race Licence to participate at TriAthy 2019?

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  • TriAthy 2019 is a Triathlon Ireland sanctioned event.
  • As such all participants are required to have a "Race Licence" in order to participate for insurance purposes.
  • A Race Licence is either:
    • Full Membership of Triathlon Ireland in 2019 (Full, Student, or Junior membership only);  OR
    • Full Membership in 2019 of any affiliated ITU Organsiation (including the British Triathlon Federation encompassing: Triathlon England / Welsh Triathlon / Triathlon Scotland); OR
    • A One Day Membership for the TriAthy event you are taking part in.
  • Both Triathlon Ireland Membership and One Day Membership's can be purchased directly from Triathlon Ireland.
  • Note that One Day Membership for the TryAthy race is at the discounted rate of €15. For all other races, the One Day Membership is €25.

What is the deadline to purchase a Race Licence?

 
  • You should ensure that you purchase your race licence in advance of raceday.
  • The latest date to purchase a One Day Licence is midnight on Thursday 30th May 2019.
  • PLEASE NOTE: No Licence means No Race - There are NO exceptions to this policy.

BECOME A RACE MARSHAL

I'd like to be involved. Can I be a marshal on the day?

 

 

What will I be doing as a marshal?

 
  • Marshalling Roles are varied. You could be:
    • Directing athletes;
    • Helping at the start/finish
    • Providing information for spectators; or
    • Handing out the all-important medals.
  • You will be assigned to your role based on your level of experience and availability.
  • Marshalling also gives you one of the best seats in the house to enjoy the full race experience.

SPECTATORS

Do I need to pay to watch the race?

 
  • Absolutely not!
  • We welcome all spectators to cheer their friends and family on.
  • Your support really can make a difference to them!
  • We introduced a new spacious finishing area in the grounds of the former Dominican Church in 2016 which we will use again in 2019.
  • Bring the family and picnic and find a spot on the grass!

Where are the best places to view the course?

 
  • Please visit our website for race maps.
  • Road closures will be in effect so the best viewing platforms are:
    • Crom-a-boo Bridge and along the river banks for the Swim;
    • Along Offaly Street for the start of the Bike Course; and
    • In the Dominican Church grounds for the exciting Finishing Chute.

RESIDENTS

I'm a local resident and need to make a journey on the day of the event.

 
  • Road Closures will be in place in the area on 1st June 2019.
  • Further details will be posted on the TriAthy website approx 6 weeks before raceday.

Which roads are closed during the event?

 
  • We will list which roads and at what times that these roads will be closed as the event approaches.
  • Please be sure to plan your journey carefully, the road closures will add time to your travel.

How will the roads be closed?

 
  • Road will be closed in conjunction with the Local Authority and Garda Siochana using cones, barriers and traffic management personnel, supplemented by motor cycle marshals.
  • This will create a traffic free environment for the entire event thereby enhancing event safety and improving the overall experience for our competitors.

 

What happens in an emergency?

 
  • Please be advised that road closures DO NOT affect the blue light services, and a member of each will be with us at Race Control during the event so we can respond quickly and efficiently to any emergency call-out.

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