The AJ Bell London Triathlon
Get your own place
- Sign up at the London Triathlon website
- Get a sponsorship pack from us
- Get set and go!
Get a charity place
You can register for a £50 charity place through us when you pledge to raise a minimum of £550 in sponsorship.
Or, alternatively, give us a call on 0300 123 5461 and we can register you over the phone
Got a place already?
Request your sponsorship pack and join our team.
Help out on the day
Join our team and take part in the world's biggest and most iconic triathlon.
Taking place at the London Docklands and with over 13,000 competitors taking part, this triathlon is one not to be missed. Sign up today and swim, run & cycle to around this spectacular route. So whether this is your first triathlon or you are looking to smash your PB, you're guarenteed to have an amazing time.
No matter what your experience there is something for everyone.
- SuperSprint (400m swim, 10km cycle, 2.5km run)
- Sprint (750m swim, 20km cycle, 5km run)
- Olympic distance (1500m swim, 40km cycle, 10km run)
This event is perfect for that New Years resolution challenge, so kick start your resolution and sign up today.
Every mile, every pound, every person will save lives. United we are stronger than cancer. Take part in the London Triathlon and raise money to help us beat cancer sooner.
Race day information
We will be at the pre race expo, held at the Excel Centre, make sure you visit us there for any last minute tips or cheering equipment.
On the day we will be out on the course, ready and waiting to scream your name, and will have cheering points along the running route.
Once the race is finished we will be holding a post race reception, again at the Excel, where we will have refreshments and massage therapists to help you relax after the race.
Any questions? Contact the Sports Team on 0300 123 5461 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know...
Cancer Research UK completed the first UK trials of a new generation of highly targeted cancer drugs, known as PARP inhibitors, for people with breast and ovarian cancers caused by inherited gene faults.