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The Welsh Super Series consists of six carefully selected events which showcase all that is good about the Sport of Triathlon


Stage 1 – Llanelli Sprint Triathlon

The 2019 series returns to Llanelli and the Healthy Life Activities Multi-Sport Festival for the Llanelli Sprint Triathlon. One of a number of events over the weekend, The Llanelli Sprint consists of a 750m swim within the North Dock before a fast 20km bike course heads west through the villages of Burry Port and Pembrey before turning to Llanelli where an ‘out and back’ run on the Millennium Coastal Path towards Pwll ends with a red-carpet finish. For more info on the Llanelli Multi-sport Festival, CLICK HERE

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Stage 2 – TATA Steelman, Margam

A new event in the 2019 , the TATA Steelman also doubles up as the Welsh National Standard Championship. This see’s a 1500m swim within the Elgwys Nunydd reservoir, before embarking on a 40km bike route out, consisting of 4 laps to Harbour Way, Port Talbot before returning back to Eglwys Nunydd Reservoir to complete two laps of the lake. A Flat, fast course where PBs are the aim. To further information on other Port Talbot Harriers Events, CLICK HERE

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Stage 3 – Bala Big Bash – Sprint Triathlon

2019 see’s the Welsh Super Series return to Llyn Tegid, but this year, tackles the Bala Sprint Triathlon. As part pf the wider Bala Big Bash weekend, the Bala Sprint will run on the same day as the popular Bala Standard, with the 750m swim within Llyn Tegid, before hitting 20km of closed roads along the A494 towards Dolgellau. The run this year finishes with a twist. For a wider look at the Bala Big Bash, CLICK HERE 

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Stage 4 – AAH Snowman Standard Triathlon

The second new event for 2019 stays in the North and takes on the Snowman Classic. 1000m of swimming within Nant Gwryd before the 70k bike course leaves Capel Curig and takes in Betws y Coed, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Beddgelert before returning to Capel Curig where the 10k run take in over 2300ft of elevation.  For further information on the Snowman event and other AAH events, CLICK HERE

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Stage 5 – AWE Gower Standard

A new event for the 2019 series, the AWE Gower Standard sets itself from Port Eynon, where the 1500m swim will take place on the beach, before embarking on a 37km cycle around the Gower Peninsula, taking in the villages of Knelston, Reynoldston, Lethryd and Upper Killay before returning to Port Eynon, where two laps of the run circuit heads through Horton and Bank Farm Caravan Park before ending back in Port Eynon itself. For further info on AWE Gower Standard and other AWE events, CLICK HERE

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Stage 6 – AAH Sandman Sprint Triathlon

The sprint element of the AAH Superfeet Sandman Triathlon is based in the incredible Newborough Forest, with the start and finish set within the woods adjacent to a picturesque Llanddwyn Beach. Additional waves across the weekend makes this one of the go-to events in the North. The 400m swim within Llanddwyn Bay is followed by a 25km bike route flowing from Niwbrwch, in a clockwise loop through the villages of Malltraeth, Llangaffa and Penlon before returning to transition within the woods, where the final run will take place. This is the final stage of the series, and the Series prize presentation will take place following this event.For further information on the Snowman event and other AAH events, CLICK HERE

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