LOMO Swim Delivery Partner
We are delighted to be Swim delivery partner at the Aberfeldy Triathlon. It is a great privilege and honour for Lomo to be a part of growing the sport here in Scotland and we look forward to another excellent weekend in the beautiful Perthshire Highlands.
Lomo are dedicated to bringing you the best value wetsuits, dry suits, dry bags, watersports and outdoor equipment that money can buy.
Here at Lomo we sell our sports gear directly to you through our own website in order to keep the costs as low as possible. Our wetsuits, dry bags and other accessories use only the finest materials, we simply cut out the middle men of other retailers to keep the costs down.
Check out our range of triathlon gear here.
Nutrition from Active Root
Active Root will be joining us for the festival weekend and there will be Active Root bottles on the bike course as well as plenty of Active Root stations elsewhere.
If you’re already a fan they will be providing refills of old tubs for £15 (35% less than RRP!)
1900m Swim in the spectacular Loch Tay.
The swim Start is based at Taymouth Marina on the shores of Loch Tay. Taymouth Marina is dominated by breath-taking views of Ben Lawers and the surrounding landscape.
The stunning scenery, coupled with an impressive range of on-site facilities, making Taymouth Marina the ideal swim start venue.
90km Road Cycle on quiet (and challenging!) roads of Highland Perthshire.
Leaving Taymouth Marina, the Bike course takes athletes on a spectacular journey into the breath-taking Highland Perthshire Countryside.
This will be an on road run in spectacular surroundings, the perfect way to finish this amazing race.
Race HQ will be in at the Breadalbane Community Campus in Aberfeldy.
Event car parking will be located at the Breadalbane Community Campus, Aberfeldy Town Hall and Aberfeldy Public Car Parks. Event Briefing will take place within the Breadalbane Community Campus.
PLEASE NOTE: Race registration/sign-on is on Saturday 19th August – there will be no registration on race day itself.
T1 will be located at the Kenmore Recreation Ground a 300m walk from the Swim Start at Taymouth Marina, T2 will be located at the Breadalbane Community Campus in Aberfeldy.
T1 will be open from 05:30 on Sunday morning to allow for bikes to be racked.
We recommend that athletes rack their bikes before 06:30 and note that transition will close at 07:00.
Both transitions are high security areas and only competitors wearing their number will be allowed access. Mount and dismount lines will be clearly marked.
The cut-off time for the swim is 1 hours 10 minutes from your start time. If you do not make the swim cut-off, you may not start the bike leg.
You must be able to make the 5 hour 30 minute cut-off point at T2. This is a combined swim and bike time at T2. The cut-off time for the bike is 5 hours and 30 minutes from your individual start time recorded by the timing chip. Unfortunately, athletes who do not make these cut-offs may not remain on the course. They will be collected by the sweep vehicles. If you do not make the bike cut-off, you may not start the run leg.
Athletes must reach the half way turn around point in Strathtay by 14:45. unfortunately Athletes who do not make this time may not remain on the course and will be collected by Sweep Vehicles
CRY – Cardiac Risk in the Young
We are delighted once again to be working with CRY who will be our Event Charity Partner. They will deliver a drinks station on the Run Course and we will have collection buckets over the Race weekend, please give what you can to this wonderful charity. Their work towards preventing young sudden cardiac deaths through awareness, screening and research, and supporting affected families is critical.
For more information or to donate see:
Scottish Championships 2023
We’re delighted that Aberfeldy Triathlon will be hosting the Triathlon Scotland Scottish National Middle Distance Triathlon Championships again in 2023.
Scottish National Championship events comprise overall winners and age group category winners, giving members the chance to compete against their peers and win national titles from youth to classic. Please note only Core and Ultimate Members are eligible for Championship prizes.
Starting in 2020 Scottish Championship titles will now be awarded in 5-year age bands, in line with the British Championships and the rest of the Home Nations. This change will mean there will be 15 Age Group Championship titles per gender up for grabs at each open event.
Overall race Champions will be crowned and presented with the relevant Championship trophy and a medal will be presented to all podium finishers. Monetary prizes will no longer be awarded to overall podium winners.
To be eligible to win a Scottish Championship title and associated prizes, participants must have a valid Triathlon Scotland membership. BTF rule 15.5 states that participants must ensure that their membership (also known as a race licence) is valid no later than by 5pm 3 days prior to the championship e.g. 5pm Wednesday before a Sunday event.
To see a full list of the age categories and further eligibility information, please see refer to section 24 of the British Triathlon Competition Rules, available here.