May 2, 2017
During the 8th edition of the Triathlon of Chantilly, which will be held on August 26th and 27th at the Château de Chantilly, Castle Triathlon Series will be including a race which will be reserved for visually impaired competitors, in partnership with the ISVHN association.
This race will take place in the form of a duathlon, with 20 kilometers on tandem bikes and 4 kilometers of running, and will be incorporated into the Louis XV Super Sprint Race on Saturday, August 26th 2017 at 10am.
The ISVHN Association, our partner on this project, is already helping to run the Rock d’Azur event. The event encourages visually impaired participants to carry out a race in tandem, enabling people with disabilities to cycle and participate in sports projects and to promote, develop and promote the practice of cycling and sport for all.
Meet on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th for a true Triathlon festival at Château de Chantilly.
To enter, sign up here.
Since 2009, the “Castles Triathlon Series” created by Brian Adcock, takes place in historic and idyllic castles across England, Ireland and France. To date, Castle Triathlon Series have expanded to 7 events in Europe (5 in England, 1 in Ireland, and 1 in France). The Château de Chantilly Triathlon is the French event and will take place this year on Saturday 26 August and Sunday 27 August 2017 for its 8th edition.