Rotary Elgin Triple Challenge 2022




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Rotary Elgin Triple Challenge 2022

Following our success and feedback from 2019, Rotary Elgin Triple Challenge will be held once more in 2022. It includes a separate swim, cycle and run. 

As an individual you can enter 1, 2, or 3 events or as a two or three person team. 

For each event completed you will be rewarded with a section of our bespoke enamelled medal designed especially for the event. 

Complete all 3 events and complete the 60mm Interlocking Diameter Design.

Swim - Saturday 26th February 2022

Cycle - Sunday 24th April 2022

Run - Sunday 5th June 2022

COST

Triple Challenge (Individual) £50 plus processing fee

Triple Challenge (Team) £54.50 plus processing fee

Single Events: Swim £20, Cycle £20, Run £14.50 (all plus processing fee)


CHARITY

On this occasion there is no requirement to raise sponsorship, we have priced each event to cover costs and with the help of Corporate Sponsorship any surplus monies will be donated to local charities.

In 2019 the following clubs received donations: Active Gymnastics, Pinto and Lossiemouth Coastal Rowers.

VIRTUAL OPTION
If a date does not suit you please contact us about a virtual option. Complete our route at your convenience and submit your Strava or other data for verification to receive your medal.



 

THE EVENTS

SWIM

Virtual Option still available - complete this 800m event in your own time and submit your timings. Evidence of your swim to be submitted by 5th June 2022. You must register for Virtual Swim in advance to secure your place and medal.

MFTC members should select Virtual entry, their club will advise arrangements for timing.


SWIM SPONSORED BY


CYCLE

50 km route on minor roads

Starting at Miltonduff Hall on the edge of Elgin, this 50km route explores some of the quieter roads around Mosstowie, Pluscarden, Dallas and Kellas. The ride has been designed to be challenging yet enjoyable with a mix of climbs, descents and nice long (flatish) sections. The event will be timed for your personal records.

What do I need to enter the cycle event?

1.         A roadworthy bike (mountain bikes and hybrids are acceptable, sorry no e-bikes, these times will not be valid)

2.         A recognised cycle helmet.

Race Start 10.00 a.m.

Final Information to Triple Challenge Cycle Participants - 2022.docx

Cycle Event Information.docx

Cycle Route Map.pdf

Route Junctions and Directions - 24th April 2022.pdf


CYCLE SUPPORTED BY



RUN

A 5 mile run with the River Lossie close by, this route will take you past, over and under several bridges historic and modern that provide links over the river. Starting as a fairly flat section in Elgin Cooper Park, heading in an easterly direction past Elgin Cathedral and over the Landshut Bridge, returning to the park before heading westerly via the new cycle path, around Morriston Playing Fields, out at Oldmills, climbing up Jock Inksons Brae and on to Sherrifmill Bridge, returning back down to Oldmills, turning left and gentle climb to the Bow Brig, along to Elgin Academy then down into Morriston before returning along the cycle path to finish at Cooper Park. The route is mainly paths and minor roads which will be open to all users. The event will be timed for your personal records.

Run Start 1 p.m.

Route map from Strava


RUN SPONSORED BY 


CLUB SUPPORT

We are grateful to Moray Firth Triathlon, Elgin Cycling Club, Moray Road Runners and Elgin Park Run 

for their support.







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