The final entry for the 2016 Outlaw Triathlon in Nottingham, UK, sold out just days before Christmas, but the organizing team at One Step Beyond have confirmed that it is still possible to get into the award-winning event via a charity place.
The Outlaw will place at the National Water Sports Centre on 24 July covering a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride and 26.2 mile run. The event will be televised by Channel 4 and ‘features high quality organisation covering every detail of the event’.
Charity places cost £520 via Cancer Research, with no minimum fundraising requirement. There are limited places available via cancerresearchuk.org/support-us/find-an-event/outlaw-triathlon.
In addition to the main Outlaw Triathlon, there is expanded event offering this year, with two Outlaw Half events and a Future Outlaws event for kids aged 11-15:
Outlaw event schedule for 2016:
- Outlaw Half, Nottingham, 29 May – all general entry and charity places sold out
- Outlaw Half, Holkham, 3 July – entries open
- Future Outlaws, 23 July – entries open
- Outlaw Triathlon 24 July – charity places available