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City of Birmingham Triathlon
Get your own place now
- Sign up at the City of Birmingham Triathlon website
- Get a sponsorship pack from us
- Get set and go!
Get a charity place
You can register for a free charity place through us when you pledge to raise a minimum of £250 in sponsorship
Got a place already?
Request your sponsorship pack and join our team.
The City of Birmingham Triathlon takes place at Sutton Park, one of the largest urban parks in Europe and the largest outside a capital city.
Are you ready for a triathlon? Join Cancer Research UK at the stunning Sutton Park for the City of Birmingham Triathlon. The beautiful scenery and woodlands throughout the course means it will hardly feel like you're in a race at all!
Swim, cycle and run your way through the heart of Birmingham and take in its rural beauty. Get ready to swim 1500m in the largest lake of Sutton Park at 48 acres! Cycle 40k through stunning scenery before running 10k through ancient woodland.
Located in the centre of England in the City of Birmingham, you definitely won’t miss this event! Excellent road links provide easy access to the event so you can bring all the gear you need.
Think you can tackle the City of Birmingham Triathlon? Grab you place now and help beat cancer sooner.
Race day information
Unfortunately due to the huge number of events at this time of year, the Sports Team are not able to attend the City of Birmingham. But fear not, we will be here every step of the way to help you with your training and fundraising and are always at the end of the phone should you need us! Please do encourage your friends and family to come and cheer you on and we look forward to hearing how race day went.
Any questions? Click here to read our most frequently asked questions, which should provide you with all the information you need. Or, you can contact the Sports Team on 0300 123 5461.
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