We are very proud to be associated with Keswick Mountain Festival (in association with Triathlon Edinburgh Ltd. we are the owners of the festival).
Keswick offers one of the most stunning landscapes in the world, and is a perfect venue for the biggest and best mountain festival in the UK!
Do you like great beer and running on amazing riverside trails? If so, Hop Run is the perfect event for you!
It’s a 10K trail run with an important twist – the finish line is in Stewart Brewing’s HQ! Beers, music, food and good times guaranteed after your run. Yee-hah!
Extreme Scottish Triathlon
The eighth edition of the CELTMAN! Extreme Scottish Triathlon will take place on June 15th 2019 in Wester Ross, Scotland.
Centred around the stunning Torridon mountains we will take you on an adventure unlike any other.
Orienteering as you’ve never seen it before!
Fast, exciting, off-road adventure sport. How fast can you navigate and run around a course of checkpoints in forest and parkland using a specially drawn map?.
Durty Events is crossing over to the ‘clean side’ and presents for your delight and delectation a (relatively) normal race!.
However, this is far from being a standard Standard… Ladies and Gentlemen, please be upstanding for the St. Mary’s Standard Distance Triathlon!.
A fast & Furious Triathlon
Ok, it doesn't have to be fast & furious, you can take it as leisurely as you like, after all you'll want your 5 seconds of fame as you pass the TV camera's. Make sure they get your good side!
Whether you are a runner, swimmer or a triathlete we have something for you at this years Aberfeldy Multisports Festival.
Featuring the Active Root 10k Trail Run, The Loch Tay Sprint Tri powered by Lomo Watersport, the Taymouth Marina Loch Tay Open Water Swims or the British Triathlon and Triathlon Scotland Middle Distance Triathlon Championships.
We are delighted to be hosting the Loch Tay Sprint Triathlon in 2018 over a 750m Swim, 20km Bike, and 5km Run with the beautiful backdrop of Highland Perthshire.
The event is a perfect opportunity to race in the open water of Loch Tay, and is suitable for both newcomers (welcome aboard!) and experienced triathletes.
Set in the beautiful Highland Perthshire region, this great Middle Distance race (1900m Swim, 90km Bike, 21km Run) takes in the cool, clear waters of Loch Tay, challenging roads over the shoulder of Schiehallion, a circumnavigation of the wild Loch Rannoch, and the grounds of the spectacular Taymouth Castle.
Welcome to the Aviemore Triathlon – an exciting, challenging, fun, and a little bit bonkers off-road Swim + Mountain Bike + Trail Run race.
There are two courses to suit all abilities from newcomers to racing snakes. Both are based on the beautiful Loch Morlich and Glenmore Forest in the heart of the spectacular Cairngorm National Park.
Race on the Edge, an achievable, exciting, engaging, truly adventurous and absorbing journey through the most spectacular, wild and remote landscape the UK has to offer – the Hebridean Island chain off the west coast of Scotland!
You will find yourself running (a fair bit), and cycling on a mountain bike or hybrid (quite a bit) and kayaking (a tad).
Go Swim Loch Lomond
Join us for an open water swimming experience you will never forget.
250m | 750m | 1500m | 3000m | 5000m | 10000m
Manxman Extreme Triathlon
The Team behind Celtman Bring you Manxman Extreme Triathlon on the iconic Isle of Man
This tiny gem in the Irish Sea will welcome you to it’s shores and present a quite unexpected level of toughness from it’s modest 600 m height.
Event on Hold for 2019 check back in 2020 for more info
Unique in the UK and probably the World, the Craggy Island Triathlon will have you swimming across the sound from the mainland to an island to start your race. How cool is that?
The island in this case is the rugged spectacular and completely unspoilt Isle of Kerrera, just off the West coast of Scotland near the busy town and harbour of Oban.
We are very proud to be associated with The Dramathon (we work as the Race Directors).
The Dramathon is a marathon distance race along the Speyside Way from Glenfarclas distillery to Glenfiddich distillery.