Join us in our 13th year of this popular event taking place at Henley Leisure Centre and within the grounds of Gillotts School.
Henley-on-Thames is perhaps best known for the annual Royal Regatta, which attracts some of the world´s finest rowers.
Conveniently situated just outside the picturesque town of Henley, on the edge of the Chiltern Hills & the banks of the River Thames and boasting a spectator-friendly course, the Henley Triathlon is one not to be missed.
Places are sure to fill up quickly, so secure your place and enter now.
- Leisure centre heated indoor pool swim
- Rural Oxfordshire countryside bike course
- Flat grass run course within the grounds of Gillotts School
- Split transitions at the leisure centre and school playing field (see race day info for further details)
- Commemorative finishers medal for every entrant
Unfortunately due to the venue being a school playing field, there are no dogs allowed on the site.
Our fun & friendly events are open to everyone and an ideal introduction for beginners to the sport of triathlon. The Henley Triathlon offers a supportive environment, with cheering crowds and a fun & relaxed atmosphere meaning everyone enjoys the day, competitors and friends & family alike.
We can offer lots of support and online beginners advice to help make your Triathlon the best it could possibly be for you. As well as a great atmosphere, you are sure to gain a special sense of achievement as you cross the finish line to receive that all-important “finishers” medal and confirmation the end result was worth every bit of hard work!
The swim discipline takes place from the indoor swimming pool followed by the cycle course which is flat with some undulations and takes in many fields and trees in this rural route through the Oxfordshire countryside. The final run discipline is on grass around the picturesque grounds of Gillotts School.
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To view course direction & distance markers, please click on, “view full version” (top left-hand corner of the map) or run your mouse cursor along the mountain graph to see course direction.