Race Distance: Duathlon: 2 mile run (one perimeter lap), 10 mile bike (five race circuit laps) , 2 mile run (one perimeter lap).
Race Start: 19:00
BTF: £20
NON-BTF: £22
The venue has plenty of parking. You will be directed in to the circuit from the main road through the main competitor gates.


73 Degrees Offering Chippenham Tri 10% discounts

73 Degrees is a unique, independent bicycle shop offering bike sales, service & repair. Helpful, friendly & knowledgeable staff are always on hand to help with anything from choosing the right size inner tube, right through to choosing & specifying a custom build bike, and ensuring it fits you properly.
10% club discount for bike fits as well as kit, parts, accessories to Chippenham Tri Members.
See their website for more info..

Chippenham Tri Annual Report 2017

How could we surpass the previous years’ rapid club development and performance in 2017? Well the answer is we smashed it! 2017 built on the previous 2 years and turned out to be another great year for the orange and blues,
The club again nearly doubled in size growing from 71 members to 125, and yet kept the balance of novices and experienced triathletes competing at the sharp end, and the male-female mix.


Funding from Cycology Cycles

Thanks so much to Cycology for donating £250 to Chippenham Tri to fund a British Triathlon Level 1 training course for a new Coach within club.
Our club simply can not function without coaches. As our member portfolio continues to rise, it is essential that we deliver coached sessions with appropriate member:coach ratio but this can not be done without qualified coaches.


Chippenham Tri secure 3 wins at National Relay Championships

THIS is Wilthshire

CHIPPENHAM Tri sent six teams to the National Triathlon Relays Championships in Nottingham at the weekend.
The club, which was founded in 2013, came home with three medals as they competed against clubs from the Army, universities and big cities.


Chippenham Tri prove Iron-willed in Bolton

Gazette and Herald.

A GROUP of athletes from Chippenham Triathlon competed at Ironman UK Bolton at the weekend.
Great Britain athlete and club chairman Chris Maxwell was first home in an impressive 10 hours 25 minutes for 13th in his age category (40). Claire Francis was first female for the club in 13 hours 26 minutes and 15th in her age category (40).


Chippenham Tri Annual Report 2016

2016 has been another great year for the orange and blues, building on the ground breaking first full season in 2015. In fact, the club has doubled in size, and performances at all levels have been inspirational.
At the annual awards, held at the Langley Tap on 7th October, over 30 members celebrated the club’s achievements. As presented during the awards evening, the following ‘numbers’ help to frame 2016 for Chippenham Tri.

Significant Gains – Part 2 – Fitness Testing & Training Smart

This is the second part of my “significant gains” blog. Building on the bike set-up aspects discussed in part one, we now focus on training at the right intensity. While the first part was focussed on the bike, this topic is equally applicable to running, and indeed swimming.


Chippenham Tri are on a high

THIS is Wiltshire

CHIPPENHAM Tri Club is reflecting upon a successful 2015 campaign after little more than a year in existence.
Since their formation in 2014, the club has grown to over 40 members, including experienced and novice triathletes with many taking part in the club’s Monday night swim sessions.
“There is a real buzz with 20 swimmers of all abilities across five lanes,” said club chairman Chris Maxwell.


Significant Gains – Part 1 – Balancing Aerodynamics with Power

Brailsford’s “marginal gains” is perhaps an over-used term, but the two aspects covered in this 2-part blog would arguably be more in the “significant gains” category. When it comes to cycling, there are two broad areas to focus on when you’re looking to take seconds or even minutes off your race time: Equipment and fitness.


Chicago World Triathlon Champs 2015

It all started in 2012! The Brownlee’s impressive performances at the London Olympics, reignited my passion for triathlon after an eight year break. My fourth return from competitive sport soon followed in 2013 (I’m on a par with George Forman for come-backs!). So it all began with a 4km-400km-40km triathlon challenge for my 40th birthday, then dabbling in local races,


Chippenham Tri Annual Report 2015

2015 has been a defining and inspirational year for the orange and blues!
It all seems a long time ago since we shared a swim lane with Corsham ASC. I distinctly remember a cold February 2014 evening leaving the pool where we’d had only 1 triathlete amongst the 8 Corsham swimmers,