Pulse Port Beach Triathlon
Saturday, September 9th 2017
With a traditional beach swim start, and a flat bike and run course on closed roads, this sprint distance race is perfect for both the newcomer to triathlon and also the more experienced triathlete who is looking for a personal best. For 2017, the Pulse Port Beach Triathlon will be a National Series and Super Series event.
Latest News and Updates:
To enter both the Super Series (CAT1/CAT2) and National Series (Age Group), click here. information.
As race day approaches, we will provide more details regarding pre-race registration, wave allocations, race schedule, etc.
If you intend to race in the Super Series event, please review the Triathlon Ireland Super Series Athlete Guide 2017.
The race consists of a 750m sea swim from the picturesque Port beach followed by a 20km single loop cycle on fully closed roads, finally the 4.8k run will be an out and back route that will take competitors to the finish line back at Port beach. No roundabouts, no traffic lights, and no cars, this is pure countryside bliss! Maps and more detailed descriptions can be found here.
How to get there:
New to Triathlon and not sure about the basics – what to wear, what to eat, what equipment you need, etc.? Read the “New to triathlon” page on the Triathlon Ireland Website, and take a look at our “Beginning triathlon” page for other useful links.
Thank you to the residents of the Port beach area, The Irish Coastguard, An Garda Síochána, St John Ambulance, Boyne Fisherman’s Rescue and Recovery service, and our sponsors whose support allows us to stage this event.
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