Back bigger and better for the 2018 season!

The Brighton Tri Club Championships Series 2018 details will be available soon, and it's going to be bigger, better & more competitive than ever!  

If you've been wondering which races to focus on, looking to get your mojo back or need extra motivation the Club Champs is for you. Get ready to pull on the blue and gold and start excited for the new race season.

The Club Championship Series provides a platform for you, the members, to battle it out across the Summer, offering motivation, encouragement, focus and camaraderie across some of the best-loved and iconic races in the South-East, finishing with our Club Champions being crowned at the season's end.

There are even more titles to be won this year across the gender, age & discipline categories, all of which will receive a commemorative trophy at our awards ceremony. 

Basic details of each Championship category are below.  The race rules, a detailed explanation of the scoring, how the championships will be operated & details on what you have to do to join in, will follow shortly.


The Championships


The Super-Series is the main Club Championship, from which the overall Club Champions will be found. 1 of the possible 6 races must be completed to be eligible for the champs. If an athlete competes in more than three events the best three results will count.


Triathletes in their 1st season must register their interest to compete for the Novice Cup by completing the novice cup declaration form. The Novice Cup consists of 2 events selected for their fun and friendly reputation. Rules, points & more information can be found on the novice cup discussion on the forum.


In 2018 our men’s and women’s Long Course titles can be won at any event that covers the full distance. 3.8m swim, 140.6m bike & 26.2m run, such as:
- Ironman branded 140.6 Worldwide
- Outlaw Nottingham
- Challenge full distance Worldwide
More information can be found in the discussion on the forum

Mountain Goat Challenge

for 2018 the Mountain Goat Challenge, a cycling specific hill climbing challenge you can take on throughout the year, will be award to the fastest male and female for the lowest accumulated times across some of Sussex's hills. More details to follow.

Our previous club championships can be found here: