Weekend Preview 11-12 August

9th Aug 2018 | Written by Carolyn Reid

We’ve got a massive weekend of Triathlon in Glasgow as Europe’s best triathletes get ready to race in Strathclyde Park!

The racing kicks off today with the Elite Women’s Final at 13:15. Scotland’s Beth Potter races in the British team with defending European Champion Jess Learmonth and 2016 European Champion India Lee! The race is Potter’s first Olympic distance event so make sure you get down to Strathclyde Park or tune in on BBC to cheer her on!

On Friday, the Elite Men’s Final takes place at 15:45 with Scotland’s Commonwealth Bronze Medallist Marc Austin racing on home turf! Austin is joined by Barclay Izzard and Alistair Brownlee who will be hoping to repeat his 2014 Commonwealth Games result at Strathclyde Park!

Completing the Elite races at the Championships is the Mixed Team Relay. The team for Saturday’s race won’t be confirmed until after the individual races and will feature at least one athlete who is not taking part in the individual races.

Also taking place on Saturday are the Age Group Sprint Championships. Starting at 07:00, 615 British Age Group athlete’s will compete to be crowned European Champion. The list of Scottish members racing at Strathclyde Park is listed below.

Finally, almost 400 competitors will flock to Strathclyde Park to take part in Tri in the Park festival of participation! The event will provide short, have-a-go events under the ‘GO TRI’ brand, offering affordable and easy access events to local people. As well as short distance individual and family triathlon events (swim-bike-run) there will be duathlon (run-bike-run), aquathlon (swim-run) and aquabike (swim-bike) races. More information on the event can be found here.

For full start lists for Elite and Age Group race, click here.

To view the TV schedule for the events, click here.

Further from home this weekend, Junior athlete’s travel to Europe to compete in the 2018 Riga ETU Triathlon Junior Cup. Guy Evans-Haggerty, Cameron Main and Forbes Jackson are set to compete in the Junior Men’s race while Iona Miller and Sophia Green will be competing in the Junior Women’s race.

To view the full event start list, click here.

Although most of the action will be in Strathclyde Park this weekend, the Aviemore Triathlon is also set to take place in the Cairngorms. The event is set to include over 300 competitors across the ‘Long Hard and Durty’ and ‘Short Fast and Durty’ races.

More information can be found here.

Good luck to everyone racing this weekend and make sure you come down and cheer on the athletes at Strathclyde Park!


2018 Glasgow ETU Triathlon European Championships Age Group Competitors

 

Ailsa MacArthur (U20)

Ailsa Beck (U20)

Amy Ritchie (20-24)

Cliona Ferguson (20-24)

CallumRennet (20-24)

Jonathan Aitken (20-24)

Ruari Jardine (20-24)

Stuart Paterson (20-24)

Oliver Teenan (20-24)

Brooke Gillies (20-24)

Lewis Strachan (20-24)

Rian Cook (20-24)

Sarah King (20-24)

Katie Bain (20-24)

Samuel            Woods (25-29)

Scott Findlay (25-29)

David McMillan (25-29)

Fiona Gibson (25-29)

Lucy Crookston (25-29)

Michelle Mackay (25-29)

Rebecca Baptie (25-29)

Alice Loudon (25-29)

Philip Harrison (25-29)

Sarah Duke (30-34)

Craig Dale (30-34)

Keira Gore (30-34)

Lynne McIntosh (30-34)

Scott Robertson (30-34)

Alison MacKenzie (30-34)

Liam Lyon (30-34)

Debbie Barnett (35-39)

Kirsty O’Brien (35-39)

Martin Gore (35-39)

Joel Enoch (35-39)

Martin Jones (35-39)

Claire Coey-Niebel (35-39)

Lorna Todd (40-44)

Donna McHugh (40-44)

Elizabeth Richardson (40-44)

Chris Stuart (40-44)

Wanda Jane Field (40-44)

Lynne Parkinson (40-44)

Gillian Hislop (40-44)

Emma Lunan (40-44)

Rachel Fagan (40-44)

Scott Mcdermott (40-44)

Laura Carbonell (40-44)

Robert Harrison (45-49)

Jo Phillips (45-49)

Andy Turnbull (45-49)

David Horne (45-49)

Kevin MacArthur (45-49)

Deborah Comer (45-49)

Lara MacLean (45-49)

David Duffy (45-49)

Tim Griffin (45-49)

Arlene Lewis (45-49)

Sean Stewart (50-54)

David Stewart (50-54)

Stuart Campbell (50-54)

Lorna Sloan (50-54)

Alan Bremner(55-59)

David Auchie (55-59)

Ian Hannah (55-59)

Martin Duthie (55-59)

Ursula Ryder (55-59)

Ann Johnstone (55-59)

Miriam Rennet (55-59)

Dave Kingston(55-59)

Jacqui Thomson (55-59)

Catriona Houston (55-59)

David Sutherland (55-59)

Penny Rother (60-64)

Oonagh O’Brien (60-64)

Simon Puttock(60-64)

Alastair Stewart (60-64)

Joyce Mark (60-64)

Alexander Graham Whyte (60-64)

Eddie Turnbull(60-64)

William Bunyan (60-64)

Grant Young (65-69)

Julia Hector (65-69)

Michael Goddard (65-69)

Stephen Walton (65-69)

Sue Kingston (65-69)

Ian Edwards (65-69)

Susan McKay (65-69)

Andrew Rennie (65-69)

Frank McMahon (65-69)

Douglas Wood (70-74)

Mary Welsh (70-74)

Jane Askey (75-79)

Arnott Kidd (80-84)

 

 

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