You never know your limits unless you push yourself to them.
It’s time for one of the toughest triathlon races in South Africa — the annual 11 Global Sun City 2017. On 15 October, the fittest and most rugged triathletes will assemble at the starting line to stare down one of the most gruelling triathlon races in the country. Will you be among them?
Details for 11 Global Sun City 2017
Have you registered to enter 11 Global Sun City 2017 yet? This ultra-triathlon is one of the most popular events of the year with entrants from across South Africa so click here to register online now.
This is a family event that includes a race for kids as well.
The 11 kids triathlon takes place on Saturday, 14 October:
Sprint triathlon: Minimum age 16, starts at 07h00
Triathlon: starts at 09h30
Ages 6 - 8: 50m swim, 1.5km bike and run 1km
Ages 9 - 11: 100m swim, 5km bike and run 1.25km
Ages 12 - 15: 200m swim, 10km bike and 2.5km run
The 11 Global Sun City 2017 event for adults will be held on Sunday, 15 October. Pre-briefing for one of the toughest triathlon races in South Africa takes place at the swim start at 06h50 with the Olympic triathlon kicking off at 07h00. The prize-giving will be held on the Cubanas Lawn at 11h30.
The triathlon courses include:
Sprint: A 750m swim, 20km non-drafting bike ride and a 5.5km run.
Olympic: A 1.5km swim, 40km non-drafting bike ride and a 10km run.
Please contact +27 11 780 7855 and quote your booking code. Soho:
Booking Code: WAT17PBO1 Cabanas:
Booking Code: WAT17BO2
Planning on taking part in the 11 Global Sun City 2017 triathlon? Remember that triathletes also receive free entry to the Valley of Waves — simply collect your entry bracelet at the finish area when you’ve completed your race.
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