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The Outlaw Triathlon 2016 hits the airwaves this weekend

Outlaw swim start - photo OSB Events

Hitting mainstream television this weekend, The Outlaw 2016 will air on Channel 4 this Saturday 3 September at 06:25 GMT or Channel 4+1 at 07:25. Following the broadcast, the Outlaw TV show will also be available via catch-up on All 4.

The Outlaw 2016 took 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. This popular and competitive full-distance event has built a strong athlete following and a home in Nottingham, a place famous for football, cricket and the legendary figure of Robin Hood, as over 1,000 athletes of all abilities strive to complete the course and earn the title of ‘Outlaw’.

Presented by Joe Tidy and Annie Emmerson with commentary from Patrick Winterton, the Channel 4 programme also includes coverage of the Outlaw Half and Future Outlaw junior events.

Produced by specialist endurance sport production firm Dream Team Television, a number of events are also coming up on Channel 4, and will be airing via the TV station in the next couple of months:

  • Men’s Health SOTF London – 10 September
  • Triathlonguard Long Course Weekend – 24 September
  • IRONMAN Wales – 1 October
  • European City of Sport Triathlon, Stoke on Trent – 8 October
  • Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon – 15 October
  • Manchester Half Marathon – 29 October
  • Snowdonia Triathlon Festival – 19 November
  • Sandman Triathlon – 26 November

Having established a close partnership with Channel 4 television, Dream Team Television is one of the UK’s leading production companies specialising in multisport, adventure, athletics and motorsport programming. The company has an international reputation for producing some of the highest quality programmes in these specialist areas.

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