Have a go at our Virtual Early Season Duathlon: run 8k, bike 20km and run another 5km in the shortest time possible for the chance to win £50 worth of triathlon gear from the 220 cupboard.
Plus achieve an aggregate time faster than 1hr 20mins (gold), 1hrs 40mins (silver), 2hr 00mins (bronze) and you will get one of these achievement medals to stick on your myTri profile, to keep for evermore and show to your family and friends.
Entry: Is FREE
Race Distance: Run 8km / Bike 20km / Run 5km. You must complete all three race distances to get an aggregate time on the race leaderboard.
Race Dates: You can log your swim/bike/run between 1st March and midnight (GMT) 30th Apr 2016. Information on how to log activities on the myTri channel on 220triathlon.com is detailed below.
Prizes: All members who finish all three race distances will be in with a chance to win tri goodies.
1. Join this race for FREE by clicking the “Join” link above (you’ll need to be a registered member – click here to sign up if you’re not already a member).
2. Go for a swim or bike or run, covering one or all of the specified race distances - Run 8km / Bike 20km / Run 5km. You must complete all three race distances to get an aggregate time on the race leaderboard. time.
If you complete a longer distance than the specified race distance our computer system will calculate what your race distance time would have been. So, for example, if you log a 20K run completed in 88 mins, your 10k time will be calculated as 44 mins. This is the time that will be displayed in the race leaderboard.
3. Login to 220 Triathlon and Log your activities by midnight GMT 30th Apr 2016
There are a number of ways you can log runs. Download the myTri mobile training app for iPhone / android and sync your run directly to your myTri training diary; Sync your myTri training diary with Garmin Connect; Upload an activity directly from a Garmin device or upload a GPX, TCX, .FIT or Polar .HRM file.Manually log an activity - You will need to specify the distance you completed and your time. If you have mapped the route you ran, you can also add this to your logged activity.
We’re aware that it’s possible to cheat if activities are logged manually but there's not much point in cheating - you’re only cheating yourself by putting down a faster time than you actually completed. Plus, all podium prize winners will need to be able to verify their time to qualify for a prize (the easiest way to do this is to use one of the other logging methods described above that involve uploading a GPS file).
4. Share all your progress and updates from the race series on myTri, Facebook and Twitter using the #virtualTri hashtag.
5. Keep visiting the Virtual Race Series section on myTri to see how you’re progressing on the race leaderboard and to read race news & updates.
If you have a question for 220 Triathlon relating to the myTri VirtualTri Race Series, please send a message via Helpdesk.
By joining this race, you acknowledge and accept that it will entail physically challenging activities and some of the techniques featured in the challenge may be suitable for advanced runners only. Individuals participating in the challenge do so at their own risk and anyone under the age of 18 should be supervised by a responsible adult. Participants must seek medical advice if they have any injuries or medical conditions. Protective & appropriate clothing should be worn at all times. Participants must obey all traffic controls and signage whilst undertaking the challenge and are solely responsible for ensuring that they comply with all applicable traffic laws. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Immediate Media Limited and TDL Digital Limited exclude any and all liability to participants or any third parties arising out of or in connection with an individual’s participation in this challenge.
220 Triathlon reserves the right to query or ignore any entries that it believes contain falsified data. All activities must be logged by midnight GMT 30th April 2016. All other standard terms and conditions apply.