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Thanks to our sponsors, we area able to offer $37,500 in prize money for the 2016 race as follows:
Good news, following feedback from competitors on the 2015 cycle course, this year’s bike course will be similar to 2014 with the tight sections from 2015 reduced.
Finisher race towels, cooldry race shirts and medallions are on the way, see 2016 finisher medal design.
Enticer race fields
Races 1 and 2 are getting towards our maximum field levels so if you want to race please enter asap. To allow these two races to be safe and enjoyable for the younger competitors we keep fields to a minimum. Race 3 for adults and those 14 and over is also proving popular.
If you have yet to enter yourself or your children, please visit nepeantriathlon.com.au
Club tent area
We have had a good response from clubs to be in our club tent area – should your club wish to be in this area please email email@example.com to assist with arrangements.
Glenmore Park Plumbing and Drainage
For the last 11 years Sterling Ashbee, Director of Glenmore Park Plumbing and Drainage has supported the Nepean Triathlon. Sterling is a competitor himself (he has over 10 Ironman finishes) and wants to support the sport he is involved.
Gulf Western Oil
Another sponsor passionate about the sport is Gulf Western Oil. Andrew and Ben Vicary head up Gulf Western Oil and are also again keen triathletes having supported the Nepean Triathlon for 4 years. From a small company blending lubricants for the local market, Gulf Western has grown into a multi million litre organisation with an extensive distributor network throughout all states and territories of Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, New Caledonia, Tahiti, Vietnam, PNG and the Pacific Rim. The company remains fully Australian owned and operated by the Vicary family.
Penrith City Council
Think about extending your upcoming stay in Penrith to enjoy some of the world-class attractions and experiences on offer in the Adventure Capital of NSW. Keep the adrenaline pumping with adventure activities such as indoor skydiving, water-skiing, jet-packing, go-karting or an 8-storey high aerial/tree-climbing experience.
Have a laid-back adventure by strolling through Penrith’s regional gallery, tour Australia’s only sake factory, take a cruise or walk along the majestic Nepean River or watch a performance at the Joan.
Refuel and take your tastebuds on an adventure by indulging in Penrith’s delicious food scene – cafes and restaurants. There’s a variety of cuisines to suit all tastes and budgets Whatever type of adventure you’re after, you’ll find it in Penrith. Your only problem will be deciding which activity to try first.
Learn more at visitpenrith.com.au and get the most out of your stay by subscribing to our monthly e-newsletter. This has information on what’s happening in Penrith and upcoming events.
With a little over 4 months till the 2016 Nepean weekend of Triathlon, here is an update on current goings on.
Enticer events are filling up
With limited spaces particularly in our younger kids races, best get your children entered to avoid disappointment. All entries are are open online at nepeantriathlon.com.au
Mate’s wave introduced
Due to popular demand we now offer a ‘Mates Wave’. Designed to allow competitors in different age groups to race together. Note you will not be eligible for age group awards. If you have entered already and would like to be moved to the Mates wave please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the transfer.
Brooks sponsorship in 10th year
Thanks again to Brooks for partnering with the Nepean weekend of Triathlon, a partnership that is in its 10th year. Again every age group winner of the Nepean Triathlon will win a Brooks shoe voucher worth $200. Check out the new Glycerin 14
Welcome Glenbrook Greengrocer!
We are pleased to announce that Glenbrook’s newest addition, Glenbrook Greengrocer has signed on as a sponsor for this year’s event.Glenbrook Greengrocer offers some of the freshest fruit and veges in Sydney. It also offers up a fresh smoothie bar and and fruit salads to replenish you after a hard training session coming out of the Glenbrook National Park.
Olympic team bound for Rio!
Five of the six Aussie triathletes selected for the Rio Olympics have raced Nepean in the past two years. We are proud of having such talented stars of the sport competing in this event year on year. We wish all the team the best of luck for the games in August
We are offering a refund to one lucky early bird entrant who correctly guesses the competitor who unfortunately pulled his shoulder in one of the earlier Nepean Triathlon’s in Tench reserve.
Simply go to the Nepean Triathlon facebook page and add your guess in the comments field related to this image before 5pm Sunday 24 April.
You must be entered the Nepean Triathlon to be eligible to win. From the correct and eligible people who enter we will draw one winner. They will receive a full refund of their 2016 entry fee.
Update: 26 April:
The competition winner was Stuet L Dav who had entered and correctly picked Mark Pringle, one of the sports’ stars in the early days of Triathlon, as the athlete in the photo. Stuart receives a refund of his 2016 entry fee. The winner of the entry refund was drawn at Panther Cycles.
We are pleased to announce that Glenbrook’s newest addition, Glenbrook Greengrocer has signed on as a sponsor for this year’s event.
Glenbrook Greengrocer offers some of the freshest fruit and veges in Sydney. It also offers up a fresh smoothie bar and and fruit salads to replenish you after a hard training session coming out of the Glenbrook National Park.
Thanks to the many competitors that completed the Destination NSW survey on this year’s race with over 400 surveys completed which is an excellent response rate. Winners drawn by Destination NSW for the complimentary entries into the 2016 Nepean and the IFly voucher were Jason Duss, Ron Simpson and Ryan Fifield.
Looking at the responses, 98% of respondents would recommend the Nepean Triathlon with the majority of comments being ‘Don’t change a thing’. The revised swim course received many positive comments, some competitors did not like the cycle course change – we will look at this for 2016 and the run course was again well received. For those that mentioned that they would like the race to have official photographs, please visit the official photographers website
Thanks again for those that completed the survey – we have looked at all responses with an aim of providing a first class race for all competitors.
Highlights package from the recent Nepean Weekend of Triathlon.
A 3 minute highlights reel of the 2015 Nepean triathlon has just been released. Sit back and enjoy the coverage!
A 30 minute television special on the race at 6:30pm on Saturday 14 November on Channel 74.
Thanks to all that took part in the 34th Atmosphere Nepean Triathlon. Was great to see some healthy competition, some old rivalries and everyone enjoying triathlon in Australia.
Big thanks to Penrith Police, Penrith Council and RMS for shutting Castlereagh Road for the cycle with no interference to residents. Thank you to all our volunteers, spectators, competitors and sponsors for making the 2015 Nepean Triathlon possible.
The triathlon commences at 6.45am, Sunday 25 October 2015 at the Sydney International Regatta Centre, Castlereagh Road, Penrith.
Please take the time to review the full race day instructions before the event so you know what to bring, where to go and what to do.
We look forward to you joining us for another great weekend of Triathlon.
Nepean Triathlon Committee