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Route Map Olympic Triathlon


Olympic Triathlon

The Olympic Triathlon is a standard-distance race comprising a 1.5 km swim, a 40 km bike ride, and a 10 km run. It tests athletes' speed, endurance, and versatility across three disciplines with minimal transition time between each segment. Featured in the Summer Olympics, this event attracts elite triathletes from around the world, showcasing high-level competition and strategic pacing. Governed by strict rules and safety protocols, the Olympic Triathlon demands rigorous training and exceptional athletic performance. Completing this triathlon is a prestigious achievement, highlighting the athlete's endurance, strength, and tactical acumen on an international stage.

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8.00 am

Participants do not join a marathon to win. More important for most is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

9.00 am
Global meet up

Strategies for completing a race include staying together the whole distance or breaking away. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

10.00 am
Group meet up

A goal many cyclists aim for is to break certain time barriers. First-timers often try to get to the finish line in under 4 hours.


We would like to introduce one of the tracks that will be available for the race in High Village Park. It’s twenty miles of hard-to-reach forests, rocky cliffs and mountain rivers. All athletes must meet all the requirements of the Event’s sanctioning body (e.g., including but not limited to the sanctioning body’s licensing).

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