TRY-A-TRI AND SUPER SPRINT 2020 Try-A-Tri Ireland’s largest Try-a-Tri event makes its return on the 24/7 race calendar on Sunday 26th April 2020 at the Aura Leisure Centre in Letterkenny. Try-A-Tri Ireland’s largest Try-a-Tri event makes its return on the 24/7 race calendar on Sunday 26th April 2020 at the Aura Leisure Centre in Letterkenny. This is a brilliant event for anyone who wants to get a taste of the triathlon world. Ideal for beginners the swim takes place in a pool setting with both the cycle and run route taking place on a largely flat course. The distances are a 200m swim, 13k cycle, 3.5k run. Entries to the Try a Tri is open only to triathlon first-timers. You must register in advance, please be aware the event sells-out every year – first-come-first-served. No exceptions. Super Sprint There will also be a Super Sprint event comprising of a 400m swim, 13k cycle and 3.5k run- the perfect warm up for the triathlon season. Registration will take place at Aura Leisure Centre Letterkenny on Saturday 25th April from 4pm – 6pm and on the morning of the race from 8am – 9:30am. Race briefing will be at 09:40am with the race starting at 10am sharp. More details will be released shortly. Any queries please contact the Letterkenny Triathlon Club Facebook (event) page or any committee member. You can register for the event on the Triathlon Ireland Website now. Saturday 25th April 2020 Race registration (race pack collection) 5pm – 6pm Sunday 26th April 2020 Registration (race pack collection) 8am – 9:30am Transition – 8:00am and will close at 9:30am Transition Closes – 9:30am Race Brief – 9:40am Race Start – 10:00am Presentation of prizes 1:30pm There will be 6 swimming lanes and we are hoping to have 5 people per lane Click here for our suggested 10 week training plan. The 2020 Race Brief will be available here shortly.