The Crondall Supersprint Triathlon
400 M Swim - 20 KM Cycle - 5 KM Run
The Crondall Triathlon
MESSAGE FROM THE CRONDALL TRIATHLON ORGANISERS
The Crondall Triathlon was first held in 2004 and, after 14 years and 15 events, it has raised well over £150,000 for local charities and community based good causes.
Holding a triathlon in the village was the brainchild of Mark Passmore who has, together with Julian Badgery (landlord of the Plume of Feathers pub), lead the organisation of the event every year since. They were joined in 2005 by Andrew Barber with other members of the organising committee joining in subsequent years.
Planning for the event begins each Autumn and takes a huge amount of time, and effort. After a hugely sucessful event in 2018, the organisers have decided to take a break - looking at returning, refreshed, in the early Summer of 2020. We want to thank you all for your support over the years and we look forward to seeing you again in two years!
Since it began in 2004, the Crondall Triathlon has aimed to raise charitable funding for local organisations and projects. The good causes that have benefited from the monies raised since 2004 include:
- Riding For The Disabled
- Lord Mayor Treloars School
- Diabetes UK
- Motor Neurone Disease Association
- Phylis Tuckwell Hospice
- The Prostate Project
- Help for Heroes
- Target Ovarian Cancer
- Crondall Sports Pavilion
- Crondall Cricket Club
- Crondall Bowls Club
- Crondall Scouts
- Crondall Church Restoration
- Crondall Pre -School Nurseries
- Hart First Response
- Defibrillators, placed in central Crondall and in four other local villages
In addition, many competitors have raised money for other charities and good causes through personal sponsorship.
More information regarding the event can be found by clicking here.