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We always have lots of cool stuff happening – in this section we aim to keep you updated with the latest news from the Castle Triathlon Series.

Hever Castle Triathlon celebrated 10 years with thousands of competitors, celebrities, parachute jump and a Night Swim

Hever Castle Triathlon celebrated 10 years with thousands of competitors, celebrities, parachute jump and a Night Swim

This weekend witnessed epic performances as triathletes, runners and swimmers battled with the elements to take part in the 10th Hever Castle Triathlon including 14 different race distances with something for all ages and levels.

Yoga for Ironman: Q&A with Ironman Brochan Watts

Yoga for Ironman: Q&A with Ironman Brochan Watts

This month the Founded Wellness Yoga team have caught up with to Brochan Watts, 34, from South London.

TEN Top Triathlon Training Tips

TEN Top Triathlon Training Tips

We are celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Hever Castle so there’s no better time than now to give you my TEN Top Triathlon Training Tips.

Chateau de Chantilly alive with run, swim and triathlon this Bank Holiday weekend

Chateau de Chantilly alive with run, swim and triathlon this Bank Holiday weekend

Luke Pollard wins Olympic distance for the third consecutive year.

Hitting the wall

Hitting the wall

‘Hitting the wall’ is a situation none of us want to experience. If you are unfamiliar with this phrase, it is when your stored glycogen is depleted. Glycogen is carbohydrate that is stored in our muscles and liver for energy. You might feel physically and mentally that you can no longer continue. This is more likely to happen on the run leg of a triathlon or in a half or full marathon.

Why do you do triathlon?

Why do you do triathlon?

In his fascinating blog article, Ben Greenfield asked his readers, “Why do you really do triathlons?” His belief is that we are all driven by rational and irrational motivators.

Epic performances by competitors accepting the Gauntlet challenge at Castle Howard

Epic performances by competitors accepting the Gauntlet challenge at Castle Howard

Amongst the 15 different triathlon, run and swim events on offer at Castle Howard Triathlon last weekend was the most heroic of them all; The Gauntlet half iron distance. Over 100 athletes accepted the challenge to pick up the Gauntlet and were challenged not only by a tough course, but the severe heat.

Race distances

Race distances

For the absolute beginners and children to the professional triathletes, the Castle Triathlon Series offers a wealth of race distances to suit all levels.

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Location

Hosted at a selection of stunning and iconic castles across the UK, Ireland and France, the Castle Triathlon Series events all promise an inspirational and memorable race experience.

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Take part

We pride ourselves on offering a bespoke and tailored offering for all those wishing to take part and grateful for all those who want to be involved on the day.

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Training

We would always recommend training in preparation for any event, but how much you do, and the style you take is down to you.

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