Dorney Lake, Lake End Road, Eton College, WINDSOR. SL4 6FJ
Set at the spectacular, flat, and smooth-surfaced Dorney Lake near Windsor, this event takes you around the perimeter of the iconic water.
The legendary Eton Dorney – as Dorney Lake was known during London 2012 - held 30 events throughout the Olympics, with Team GB taking a total of 12 medals. Soak up the atmosphere and invoke their heroics to inspire you to a new PB!
The Dorney Lake course is nestled amongst 450 acres of glorious parkland - including an Arboretum and Nature Conservation area - whilst being just a few miles from Windsor and a short drive from Heathrow airport and West London.
Event merchandise is available for purchase during registration for delivery by the following weekend when ordered by Sunday.
All of our events are organised following government and governing body COVID-19 guidance. We will continue to ensure that we deliver safe and enjoyable events.
Entry on the day will be subject to availability and a £5 surcharge.
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Duathlon (Standard) RUN 10Km / BIKE 40Km / RUN 5Km
Duathlon (Sprint) RUN 5Km / BIKE 20Km / RUN 5Km
Duathlon (Super Sprint) RUN 2.5Km / BIKE 10Km / RUN 2.5Km
The Run categories are expected to be licensed with UK Athletics (UKA) and the results published by Run Britain shortly after the event.
The Duathlon categories are draft-illegal (TT bikes permitted) and are expected to be licensed with the British Triathlon Federation (BTF), the competition rules of which can be found here. We recommend participants familiarise themselves with the information therein, specifically sections 5 (Cycling), 6 (Running) & 7 (Transition) for details on equipment and their expected conduct during the event. Entry includes day membership for non-BTF members which will be provided on event day.
Bib numbers (and bike stickers where applicable) are available for collection at the event only, participants should not expect to receive anything by mail.
Results will be uploaded live to our website (internet connection permitting) and communicated to all pre-registered participants within 24 hours of the event.
All finishers will receive a medal on completing their event and, subject to a competitive field of participants, prizes may be available for the top three places overall - and the top place in each of the veteran categories (V40/V50/V60/V70) - for both females and males at each distance. Winners will be notified via email by the end of the following week once results are considered final.
Pacers will not be offered at this event.
Suitable medical cover is provided at our events in case of a medical emergency.
Whilst we recommend bringing as little as possible, runners can leave essential belongings with us using the tear-off baggage strip on their bib.
Event images are expected to be available, usually within 24 hours of the event.
Water will be available on the Run routes only. Duathlon participants must carry with them anything necessary to refuel and hydrate during the Bike leg.
Toilets will be available around the start/finish area for use throughout the event.
There are no dedicated changing rooms/showers.
This event is suitable for wheelchair users. Any participants wishing to compete with specialised equipment are asked to contact us before entering to ensure we can accommodate any additional requirements.
Buggies, Pushchairs and Strollers
As UK Athletics licensed events, the pushing of persons in any device in the Run Categories is prohibited under the UKA Rules of Competition - including, but not limited to - buggies, pushchairs, strollers (or similar) and wheelchairs.
Spectators are permitted at this event.
Noise-cancelling earphones/headphones are prohibited and, whilst we discourage the use of other earphones/headphones in running events, participants choosing to use them should ensure they are set to a low enough volume that instructions from event officials can be clearly understood.
The use of earphones/headphones is prohibited throughout the Duathlon.
Participants must not be accompanied by a personally owned or controlled dog during an event. Entries may be accepted from participants with medical assistance dogs, subject to them being correctly registered and identifiable as such, and subject to prior approval by the Event Director.
Further details with respect to planning your journey and available parking facilities will be communicated prior to the event to all registered participants.