Updated on 14th July 2021
Wales continues to make progress as it heads towards Alert Level 0, providing increasing opportunities for sport and physical activity. From Saturday 17th July, the legal restrictions on the number of people who can gather outdoors is removed. Risk assessments and reasonable measures must be undertaken. Organised indoor events can take place for up to 1,000 seated or 200 standing. Ice rinks, leisure centres, and indoor facilities can also reopen.
IMPORTANT NOTE: We will update our guidance as soon as information is available. Remember you must follow our guidance to resume organised activities.
Guidance from 4th June
CLUB TRAINING AND ACTIVITY
Guidance for organised outdoor and indoor activity for children, the number for under 18s can be found HERE.
Organised activity should continue to follow the guidance outlined in the Welsh Triathlon Club & Coach guidance which can be found HERE.
From Monday 7th June, the number of extended households will increase to three and groups of up to 30 people can meet outdoors. Please be sure to take sufficient nutrition and hydration for your activity, ensuring you are self-sufficient.
Welsh Government are encouraging people to remain active. Walking, running and cycling are some of the most accessible and viable forms of exercise throughout this period, but please take care and be sure to wear appropriate clothing and check the conditions before departing.
Any activity that you do engage in, please ensure you maintain social distancing throughout.
Leisure facilities across Wales have now re-open. Please liaise with your local leisure facility provider and adhere to their social distancing measures, as well as Welsh Triathlon guidance.
COACH EDUCATION AND EVENTS
The latest round of blended coach education and CPD dates in Wales have been released. Click HERE to find a course.