|Sprint||750 m (0.47 mi)||20 km (12 mi)|
|Olympic||1.5 km (0.93 mi)||40 km (25 mi)|
|Triathlon 70.3||1.9 km (1.2 mi)||90 km (56 mi)|
|Long Distance (O2)||3.0 km (1.9 mi)||80 km (50 mi)|
- 1 What are 4 different types of triathlons?
- 2 What are the age categories in triathlon?
- 3 What is triathlon masters division?
- 4 Is triathlon aerobic or anaerobic?
- 5 What is a good triathlon time for a beginner?
- 6 What does ITU stand for in triathlon?
- 7 Who are the Brownlee brothers?
- 8 What age is super veteran in triathlon?
- 9 What is Olympic triathlon distance?
- 10 What is a typical triathlon?
- 11 What is an age group athlete?
- 12 What is the longest triathlon called?
What are 4 different types of triathlons?
There are four common types of triathlons, and the distances covered get longer as you progress from one to the next.
- Sprint. The sprint distance is great for those new to triathlons.
- Olympic Triathlon.
- Half Triathlon.
- Go Big or Go Home – Full Triathlon.
What are the age categories in triathlon?
Typical Triathlon Age Groups
- Elite Males — This “age group” is not an age group at all.
- Male Age Group: 19 – UNDER (sometimes they break this category down into 15- under and 16-19)
- Male Age Group: 20 – 24.
- Male Age Group: 25 – 29.
- Male Age Group: 30 – 34.
- Male Age Group: 35 – 39.
- Male Age Group: 40 – 44.
What is triathlon masters division?
A Masters Open/Advanced athlete is anyone who meets the standards of an Open/Advanced Athlete AND is 40 years of age or older as of December 31 of the current race year. Not all Set Up events offer this category. Please check the individual series/ event pages to see if your event offers this division.
Is triathlon aerobic or anaerobic?
As we have presented on numerous occasions, triathlon is an aerobic sport – whatever distance you race, it is aerobic! Therefore, most of your training needs to be aerobically focused. However, if used and performed correctly, strength sessions can be your secret weapon!
What is a good triathlon time for a beginner?
For the beginner triathlete, it will take about 1 hour 50 minutes to complete their first sprint distance triathlon. If we break down the average sprint triathlon time, this should take the novice triathlete around 2 minutes per 100 m in the swim. 1 hour for the bike leg, and up to 30 minutes to complete the run.
What does ITU stand for in triathlon?
From 1 October 2020, the International Triathlon Union (ITU) will officially take on its new identity as World Triathlon, following a rebrand that will take the sport of triathlon and its world governing body forwards after 31 years as ITU.
Who are the Brownlee brothers?
Alistair and Jonny Brownlee Both are Olympic, national and international medallists, and are graduates of the University of Leeds. The brothers have maintained a strong and active involvement with our University since graduating.
What age is super veteran in triathlon?
Athletes are classified as belonging to one of 4 age groups, U40 (Senior), 40-49 (Veteran), 50-59 (Super Veteran), 60+ (Vintage). Athlete’s times are adjusted according to an age-weighting.
What is Olympic triathlon distance?
Triathlon races are held over four distances: Sprint, Olympic, Double Olympic and Triple Olympic. The Olympic triathlon comprises a 1.5km swim, a 40km bike ride, and a 10km run.
What is a typical triathlon?
The different triathlon distances are: Common triathlon: A swim of 0.93 miles (1.5 kilometers), a bicycle route of 24.8 miles (40 kilometers) and a run of 6.2 miles (10 kilometers). An Ironman Triathlon: A 2.4 mile (3.9 kilometer) swim, a 112 mile (180 kilometer) bike ride and a 26.2 mile (42.2 kilometer) marathon.
What is an age group athlete?
Age-group athletes are a diverse group of people. Some athletes start racing at age-group competitions when they are 16, others start when they are 60. Each athlete will have their own personal goals and motivation for attempting to qualify for the Great Britain Age-Group Team.
What is the longest triathlon called?
An ultra-triathlon is a long-distance triathlon. The term generally refers to all triathlon events with a distance that is a multiple of the Ironman Triathlon, which consists of 2.4 miles (3.86 km) of swimming, 112 miles (180.25 km) of cycling, and a full marathon (26.2 mi or 42.2 km) of running.