17 October - Final Results - The final results are now available. Apologies for the delay in getting these posted.
Swim = 400m - 16 lengths in 25m pool
Bike = 20km - 9 laps of closed road circuit in park
Run = 5km - 2 laps in park
The race comprises a 400m swim in the 25m training pool at the National Sports Centre, nine laps of a closed circuit within the park (closed to traffic!) and two laps of the same course for the run, before finishing in the renowned athletics stadium.
We hope to see you on 21 September. If you have any queries regarding the race, please contact us.
Race information will not be posted out but full instructions will be made available on this website nearer to race day. We will keep all entrants informed by email.
Congratulations to the winners in the following categories and thanks to Jem Lawson, Chairman of Triathlon England for presenting the prizes -
|Overall Male winner -
|Overall Female winner -
1. Andrew Mercer
2. Timothy Male
3. James Beckinsale
1. Jill Parker
2. Parys Edwards
3. Esther Evans
1. Richard Evans
2. Jon Horsman
3. Tim Bishop
1. Olivia Hetreed
2. Jo Stephens-Smith
3. Sian Baxter
You can also view electronic results on the Black Sheep Sports website.
For those who have done the race before, please read the instructions carefully as there are changes to the course this year.
Registration will be open from 07.30. We suggest you register about one hour before your allocated swim start time.
If this is your first triathlon you might find the links to Your first triathlon useful.
Awards presentation and prize draw
The presentation of awards will take place approximately 30 minutes after the
last competitor finishes. Prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd places -
Female Senior, Female Vet (40+), Male Senior, Male Vet (40+) and AWAD.
Graham Russell again took photographs on race day. You can view and order photographs from his website.
You can also view photos taken by CPT members on the day. These show setting up, action shots and marshals celebrating at the end of a very long day!
Crystal Palace Triathletes are aiming to host, what is believed to be, the first UK carbon-neutral race in 2008, in a bid to cut emissions produced as a result of the Crystal Palace Triathlon. You can read more about our plans for a carbon-neutral race and how we are hoping to achieve this in the summary prepared by Zero Carbon Events on our behalf.
2008 CPT carbon neutral race report available now.
One of our main initiatives is to encourage car sharing and use of public transport to and from the race. Jambusters are supporting us and have provided us with a car share database and links to various public transport and journey planner websites. If you are interested in car sharing please register on the Jambusters CPT car share website.
They will be on hand at the event for pre- and post-race massage, but if you have any injury concerns before then please call the Centre on 020 8778 9050 to arrange an appointment.
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