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Jake Porter Duathlon: May 2024

Our annual duathlon event, run in memory of Jake Porter. Its a great event which raises money for a great cause: CHAS (Children's Hospice Association Scotland). It has been very well attended the past 10 years and we're hoping 2024 will be another big one!

The event this year will be based at Cunningsburgh Hall, comprises a 3km run, followed by a 17km bike, and finished off with another 3kmrun.

Enter now at:


Brae Novice Triathon: 2024 - 02/06/2024

As always its the perfect event for anyone wanting to have a go at their first triathlon event. Every year we have several new faces show up to take on the challenge and this time round its your turn!


Distances: 400m pool swim, 10km bike, 2.5km run.

Young or old, fast or slow, experienced or complete newbie, the event is for absolutely anyone aged 16+ and if you want any more advice or persuasion don't hesitate to get in touch.


Bike Route:

Run Route:


Entries open now at


Shetland Sprint Triathlon: 11/08/2024

Our annual sprint event, this year held in in Aith. Distances are 750m pool swim, 20k bike, 5k run. The event is open to anyone who wants to compete, and as always, you will be set off in the swim with people of a similar ability. Entries opening soon on



Shetland Junior Triathlon: 2024 Date TBC

With the aim of introducing 8+ year olds to the sport in a fun and safe environment. After the success of these events last year, we hope to hold another youth triathlon this year. The events will be based on a pool swim, and a cross-country style bike and run to avoid the roads. There are a variety of distances depending on age.


Shetland Standard Triathlon: 2024 Date TBC

For anyone seeking to test their endurance at a full standard/olympic distance race, this is the event for you. A 1500m pool swim followed by a 40k bike and 10k run is the format. 






Events this season

Duathlon ROUTE:


2.1mile run - 13.5mile cycle - 2.1mile run


Starting at Tingwall Hall, the first run follows the road clockwise to complete a lap of Strand Loch. The cycle from Tingwall Hall is up the A970 to just passed the South Nesting junction (Summer 10tt turn) and back. And the second run is an identical repeat of the first.


Any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch! 


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