Big Cow Sports are delighted to announce that British Triathlon has appointed their event as a Qualifier for the Great Britain Age-Group Team for the 2022 World/European Championships (World Triathlon/Europe Triathlon – 2022 Standard Duathlon Qualifier).
Each year, British Triathlon select events from around the country to host qualifiers where the top age-group athletes from around the country try to qualify to represent the Great Britain national team.
These events represent the highest level of multisport activity for age group athletes internationally/in Europe, and the Cowman Duathlon will welcome athletes from across Britain to Emberton Country Park on 10th October as they seek to qualifier for the World Triathlon/Europe Triathlon Championship.
If you intend to qualify for the GB Age-Group Team at the Cowman Duathlon you must register your intent to qualify by 5 pm Friday 8th October 2021.
Registering your intent to qualify and additional details can be found HERE.
Back for the third year, the Cowman Duathlon will offer 4 different distances: Cowman, Longhorn, Calfman (Age-Group Qualifier) and Stampede across our tried and tested routes in the beautiful location of Emberton Country Park. Whether you are a novice or an expert in the field, Big Cow Sports will take care of you from start to finish and make sure we deliver a superb event for all to enjoy!
The Cowman Duathlon is open for all participants to enter, however only British Triathlon Core and Ultimate members will be eligible to qualify for the Great Britain Age-Group Team. For more information about membership and to join, visit the British Triathlon website.
All finishers will receive a bespoke wooden medal and a finishers T-shirt.
|Calfman (Age-Group Qualifier)||10km||40km||5km|
Saturday 9th October 2021
12pm: Registration opens
3pm: Registration closes
Sunday 10th October 2021
6am: Registration/Transition Opens
07:30am – Cowman
08:15am – Longhorn
08:30am – Calfman
08:45am – Stampede
Prizes will be awarded to Top 3 Male and Female and 1st in age groups Male and Female (Vet40/Vet50/Vet60).
We will be following triathlon rules of the British Triathlon Federation (BTF), including revisions made since COVID-19. This will include wave starts for all athletes in their distances.
Other Covid-19 measures we are also implementing are:
|Distance||January 2021 – July 2021||August 2021 – October 2021|
|Calfman (Age-Group Qualifier) (Affiliated)||£44||£50|
|Calfman (Age-Group Qualifier) (Non-Affiliated)||£50||£56|
The entry fee for non-affiliated athletes includes £6 to cover the British Triathlon Day Membership.
Please note, if you have registered for the race using a BTF membership number you MUST present your membership card at registration or you will be required to pay £6 for a day Licence. Relay teams will get the BTF discount where one or more members of the team are BTF members.
An administration fee of 6% will be applied to each order by our online entry system partner, Results Base.
Click Here for the Athlete Information Pack
|Distance||Run 1||Run 2|
|Cowman||4 Laps||2 Laps|
|Longhorn||2 Laps||2 Laps|
|Calfman (Age-Group Qualifier)||2 Laps||1 Lap|
|Stampede||1 Lap||1 Lap|
|Calfman (Age-Group Qualifier)||2|
Willen Hospice is the official charity partner of the Cowman Duathlon 2021. Big Cow Sports are proud to partner with a charity that makes such a difference to people with life-limiting illnesses and their families. Please consider helping us raise vital funds either by making a donation or running in aid of Willen Hospice and raising sponsorship.
About Willen Hospice “We are proud to be one of the best-loved charities in Milton Keynes, because of the difference we make for people with life-limiting illnesses and at the end of their lives. While we can’t change the diagnosis, we can improve the quality of life of our patients as they face and come to terms with their illness. We help our patients to live as well as they possibly can, we listen to their needs and we also support their families. Dedicated teams provide a range of support including treatment at the Hospice or in patient’s homes; bereavement support for family members; and therapeutic services. We also work closely with GPs, hospitals, community nursing staff and social workers to make sure that our specialist care is practical, informed and supportive at all levels.” Our vision is to always be there to care. To provide that care free of charge, we rely on the generosity of the local community in helping raise £4.7 million every year – that’s £9 every minute of the day.”