2 - 12 August 2018


Glasgow 2018

The 2018 ETU European Triathlon Championships will see approximately 160 of the top Triathletes on the continent compete for European glory at Strathclyde Country Park. With individual male and female events, alongside a thrilling mixed relay event at the end of the competition, there will be plenty of magical moments to witness. Whether it’s in the water, on the bike or on the final sprint to the finish line — Triathlon is guaranteed to set pulses racing. Make sure you’re there to see the action unfold.

Triathlon Schedule


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Fast Facts

Medal Events: 3
Competition Days: 3
Athletes: 160


Strathclyde Country Park, North Lanarkshire


Final: £30

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Aim of the Game

Triathletes undertake an astonishing distance across three disciplines - a 1,500m swim, a 40km cycle and a 10km run. First athlete to complete the course wins.

In the Mixed Team Relay event, two men and two women form a team and each undertake a 250m swim, a 6km cycle and 1.6km run.

Represent Your Nation

During the Championships, around 1,200 Age Group participants will also get the opportunity to represent their nation on the same course as the elite athletes and experience everything Scotland’s largest city has to offer.

To qualify for the Age Group ETU European Sprint Championships at Glasgow 2018, athletes must take part in at least one of three specific qualification races detailed below:

  • Southport Triathlon, 21 May 2017
  • Strathclyde Multisport Festival, 27 May 2017
  • Thorpe Park Sprint Triathlon, 17 September 2017

There are 20 places available in each age group and athletes must have registered their intent to qualify with British Triathlon by 15 September 2017. Find out more information here.

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