Jnr Triathlon 2024

Spring & Autumn Events

We have introduced a biking element for the children – giving rise to our Jnr Triathlon for them to take part in. We have also moved the event to the Sunday to take advantage of the timing equipment that will already be in use for the adults, so you will be getting full race splits for swim/bike/run and the transition times too.

We have split the age categories into boy & girls so there is double the awards to go for now.

Our event is run within the safe environment of the Southam Leisure Centre and Southam College. A fun and fitness event starting at 1pm (exact scheduling may change depending on the amount of entrants) for both the Spring & Autumn events, organised for junior Triathletes of all abilities and experience.

Registration is open from 2:3pm to 5:30pm on Saturday or after the Adult tri event from 11ish to 12:30 on the Sunday beforehand – you will receive your number then.

Please allow enough time to register and set out your equipment in the transition area, bikes will be hung on the racks after the adults event has cleared away (roughly 11:00am).
Entry closing dates are 1 week prior to the event.

The entry fee is £22.00

The swim is held at the leisure centre pool (no backstroke, no tumble turns and no diving) – the bike and run will take place around the College playing fields near to the leisure centre.
The bike should be a cyclocross or MTB (or any bike suitable for grass!)

The Jnr Triathlon distances are determined by age and the event is open to 8 – 14 years old as of 31st December 2024


AGE AS OF 31-DEC-2024




TS0 – 8

50 metres


500 metres

TS1 9 to 10

150 metres


1000 metres

TS2 11 to 12

200 metres


2000 metres

TS3 13 to 14

300 metres


3000 metres

Finisher Medals  & Trophies

For the medals and trophies, we have gone Eco – they will be made from sustainable wood, the medals supplied with a leather cord too. The medals look great and will lock together should you enter both the Spring and Autumn events.

Cycle & Run Routes

If you would like a PDF version – click here