Wattisham Triathlon 2016

Swim 300m (pool)

Cycle 20km (on road)

Run 5km

1pm, Saturday
17th June

Swim, cycle, run

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  • Date & Time: Saturday, 17th June at 1pm
  • Venue: Wattisham Airfield, Suffolk, IP7 7RA
  • Distances: Swim 300m - Cycle 20km - Run 5km
  • Entry fees: Individuals - £30. Team - £50
  • Contact: Matthew Connelly - 01449 728974

Wattisham Triathlon 2017


Please be advised that as the triathlon is currently undersubscribed, it may be necessary to reschedule to a date later in the year. Should this happen, and if competitors do not wish to race on the revised date, fees will be fully refunded.


  1. Please read the race information pack.
  2. Make sure that you leave plenty of time to get on to the Station and have your photo ID ready for inspection at the gate and at registration. Be patient as it will take time to get on to camp and register.
  3. Be careful whilst driving on camp as there is likely to be cyclists travelling at speed (safely)!
  4. Registration starts at 1100, race brief at 1215 and the first competitor starts at 1300.
  5. There will be no changes made to the start list until race day and even then only if absolutely necessary.
  6. Please dress sensibly for the race, also be aware that there will be some amount of debris on the roads, leaves and dirt etc. Inflate tyres accordingly and ride safely.
  7. Good luck and have a safe race.


All Wattisham Triathlon participants both military and civilian on the day will come under the governance of the Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT), the military system for determining the risk to athletes with regards to heat stress when conducting physical activity. All athletes are to be aware that this system, at its extreme could mean that the race could be cancelled on the day due to climatic conditions.

If you require any further info then please get in touch.


Funds for SSAFA

SSAFA triathlonEach year we raise a significant sum for SSAFA, a national charity helping serving and ex-service men, women and their families, in need.