The Club Event Series is back again this year and has been expanded to 11 races. The series is a collection of club run events with prize money and prestige up for grabs. As well as competing as an individual, every club member who participates earns points for their club. Points accrued are weighted against the total membership of the club, so no matter how big or small your club, every entry counts.
The Club Event Series is a great opportunity to support your club and enjoy the the friendly environment of club run events. There are plenty of opportunities for a club road trip with 6 of the events in regional areas, from Esperance to Kalgoorlie, from Karri Valley and Bunbury. It also includes one of 3 draft legal races run by Exceed at Champion Lakes and ever popular events like the Mandurah Interclubs, North Coast Aquathlon and Mullaloo Standard Distance.
If you are planning to do more than one Club Event Series race then don't forget to sign up using the Season Pass. The more races you enter the bigger your discount.
UWA took out the series last year with a strong commitment to regional races. Who will take it out this year?
Location: Champion Lakes The Exceed Triathlon Super Sprint is back. This is a draft legal, multi format short enduro format race and is even bigger and better than last year. Read more.
Location: Doddies Beach, Halls Head Club rivalry is set to heat up at the Peninsula Personal Injury Lawyers Mandurah State Interclub Championship, Halls Head Beach: Swim 750m, Cycle 22km, Run 5km. No individual prizes. It's all about the club and which club has the best catering. Read more.
Location: Sorrento Join North Coast Triathlon Club on Friday afternoon 7 February at Sorrento Beach for the Club Event Series Aquathlon. It's a 600m swim and 4km run. Read more.
Location: Bunbury The 2020 LGM Bunbury City Classic is the State Standard Distance Championship, a round of the Club Event Series and an Age Group World Qualifying Event. Held in the protected waters of Koombana Bay, with a beautiful run along the foreshore it's not to be missed. Read more.