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Peebles Come+Tri

22 Sep 2018

This Festival is in a testing state, and is not open for public sign-ups until the organiser has launched it.

Organiser's Description

Welcome to the events page for the Live Borders Triathlon Series 2018


Location: Peebles Swimming Pool

Date: 22nd September 2018

Event: Come and Tri

Swim: 400m pool based

Bike: 10k

Run: 2.5k


The Pool swim will be based in Peebles Swimming Pool, Peebles. The swim order will be dictated in waves based on submitted ‘estimated swim times'. The transition will be sited on the grass under the bridge adjacent to the River Tweed.

Limited parking available in the public car park, located behind the swimming pool.
Additional parking is available at Kings Meadow Car Park, Kings Meadow Road which is located just past the
swimming pool, over the bridge on the right.

The Peebles Triathlon events continue to go from strength to strength, with a combined 320 people attending last year’s Sprint & Come & Tri events! Peebles marks the end of our annual Triathlon Series, so the atmosphere is always a great one for both seasoned competitors and those sampling the Come & Tri event. Last year saw winners Deri Stewart 59:16 and Gillian Hislop 1:11:55 take to the winner’s podium. By claiming a fourth place in the Sprint Event, Scott Robertson of JETS, Edinburgh Triathlon Club claimed victory in the men’s overall series championship.

Local competitor Lesley Cook also beat Borders Triathlon Club Members, Michelle Short and Katrona Methven to the top spot, winning the Women’s overall Series championship. The routes in Peebles make the most of the historic Borders countryside, with the cycling route following the B7062 outward towards Howford Farm with a dead turn directing riders the same route back. This route also passes Kalzie gardens and beautiful Traquair, the oldest inhabited house in Scotland. The run route follows the River Tweed, famous for its salmon fishing. Lopping twice around the “Three Bridges” and then following a circular route along the riverside crossing at Priorsford and Fotheringham bridges. Other attractions in the area include Glentress, a popular mountain biking hotspot, ‘Go Ape’ (for those who fancy some high rope climbing), Dawyck Botanic Gardens, and The Cross Kirk- a friary founded in the late 13th century.



15 Sep 2018£24.00£30.00

*Discounted for members of any of TS WT TE

To sign-up for this event, the Service Fee is 4% (min 50p) for each sign-up

Dates and Status

Date: 22 Sep 2018

Closing Date: 15 Sep 2018

Places Available/Total: ??/100

Status: Closed



Neil Renton

01750 700110

Peebles Swimming Pool Port Brae Peebles EH45 8AW