It is hoping to attract in excess of 3,000 entrants and will start at 08:15 on closed roads, using the Guildhall for race infrastructure.

 

The course will be ideal for setting personal best times for the more targeted athlete, but at the same time it is a great introduction event for new participants to road running and for fund raisers.

 

Although the event does not have a nominated good cause it is pleased to support Team Plymouth and the initiative of “Making a Difference” that supports up and coming athletes.

The event is grateful for the support of Mizuno, The Herald and Jury’s Inn.

 

For those athletes from outside the Plymouth area why not make a weekend of it and discover Plymouth. Jury’s Inn is situated on the course and is about 5 minutes from the start / finish area.

 

Entries and further event details are available on

www.plymouth10k.co.uk

Sunday 2nd October 2011 will see the inaugural running of Plymouth 10K being staged, with the start and finish situated in Royal Parade. It is probably the flattest course designed for a race in the City, featuring an out and back course along the river Plym.

 

The event will also host the England leg of a European Athlete Development Series. It is hoped to attract teams and or individuals from Europe. The Series devised by England Athletics is part of the athlete support programme for talented athletes and those wishing to aspire to GB status. The event will also be used to develop England’s next crop of Team Managers.

 

It will be an ideal warm up and training event for the 2012 Plymouth Half Marathon.

 

 

Next event date:

2 October 2011

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www.plymouth10k.co.uk

 

Start, finish and transition area are located in the 10,000 square metre arena. Under the "eyes" of the silent witnesses of over 60 years of industrial history, the athlets will compete. For this to be maintained in pictures, the photographers from Marathon-Photos.com will follow them at every turn. They are one of the media partners, in addition to triathlon, triathlon TV and TriTime.

 

Long, medium or short? The ITT half - 1.9 km swimming, 90 km cycling and 21 km running – is the most extensive course. Classical are the dimensions1.5 km / 40 km / 10 km of the Olympic distance ITT. Short, crisp and very fast: the ITT Sprint with 0.5 km swimming, 20km cycling and 5km running. Here the motto is "full throttle"! All three contests can be conquered as a relay team. More information about ITT Triathlon Ferropolis visit

www.itt-ferropolis.com.

 

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Ferropolis/Dessau (Sachsen-Anhalt) - „Ferropolis“, “iron city“, is looking forward to welcoming athletes made of steel from the 10th to the 12th of june. It’s the 3rd time that this exiting event will take place. Some things have been optimised, regarding course and organisation.

 

The entry fee for all individual events has been reduced; on the other hand the first three overall leaders on each distance will receive prize money.

 

This event sees Mika Timing supplying the timing chip. The Crew from Frankfurt City Triathlon completes the organising team. What remains is the breathtaking scenery – Ferropolis. The "Iron Town" near Dessau is Europe's empire of the Giants: 7,000 tons of steel, surrounded by deep blue water of lake Gremmin.

Next event date:

12 June 2011

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www.itt-ferropolis.com

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