Anakiwa Triathlon 26 January 2014

13 01 2014


Updated with Results

Anakiwa Triathlon 2014

The Anakiwa Triathlon/Duathlon/Multisport Race is back for 2014.  Join us in one of NZ’s longest running multisport events, and help us celebrate 25 years since this event started in what has to be one of the most picturesque multisport races of its kind in the world!

You can enter as an individual or put together a team (a popular option). All distances are easily achievable. You can choose either the swim tri, kayak tri or duathlon options. If you are preparing for the Coast to Coast then the kayak tri is great preparation.

Race Information

Race registration, briefing and race start are at Thompsons Bay Jetty, Anakiwa. You will need to set up your bike at the Outward Bound Jetty transition area prior to race briefing.

Registration 8.00am – 8.30am

Briefing 8.45am

Race Start 9.00am

Entry Fees

Individual: $25

Team: $45

Late fee if registering on the day $10 (Click here to register now)

Payment by cash, cheque or direct credit to Marlborough Triathlon & Multisport Club

Course notes

SWIM: Thompson Bay Jetty to Outward Bound Jetty (1km)

KAYAK: Thompson Bay Jetty to Momorangi to Outward Bound Jetty (6km)

CYCLE: Non Drafting. Anakiwa Road, left at Queen Charlotte Drive to turnaround at Momorangi, back to Cullen Point run transition. (26km)

DUATHLON FIRST RUN: From Thompsons Jetty, run on the roadside track towards Queen Charlotte Drive for  approx. 1.5km. Round the cone and run back to transition at Outward Bound Jetty.  Note: Run does not enter the Queen Charlotte Track. (4km)

FINAL RUN: Cullen point tack, then follow road to Havelock. Must stay right and on footpath when possible. (8km)

Be sure to join us at the  Havelock Hotel in Havelock for prizegiving immediately following the finish of the last competitor.

This event is being organised by the Marlborough Triathlon and Multisport Club with assistance from Marlborough Sport Development.

You can see photos of the 2013 event here.

For further information contact:

Chris Ireland 021 848470




2 responses

25 01 2014

Do we need to setup the bike to run transition before going to registration and briefing?
Is it ok to leave the bike at the bike to run transition and pick up the bike at the end of the race?

25 01 2014

You will need a support person to set up your run shoes etc at the Bike/run transition. There is time for them to do this after picking up your swim/kayak gear after you get on the bike.

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