Last chance to enter XTERRA England Triathlon

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The XTERRA England triathlon, taking place in Cranleigh on Sunday, is one of the most exciting events on the calendar and the chance to enter for this year is running out.

Online entries close tomorrow at 8pm and the race is close to filling up.

This is an exciting end-of-season opportunity to experience the off-road worldwide phenomenon that is the XTERRA triathlon series for yourself.

Already signed up to race is the seven-time world champions Conrad Stoltz and Richard Stannard, Asia Triple-Crown Champion Ben Allen and a whole host of British and International elite names. .

On offer in the stunning surroundings of the Vachery Estate in the heart of South-East England are four race distances to choose from, including the XTERRA England triathlon (1.5km swim, 30km mountain bike, 10km off-road run) and Try-an-Xtri Sprint (750m swim, 15km mountain bike, 5km off-road run).

As well as the elite athletes, who are looking to take home their share of the 15,000 Euro prize money, the country’s best age group athletes will be competing, hoping to earn one of the 41 qualifying slots up for grabs for the world championship event in Maui, Hawaii.

Behind them, will be hundreds of amateur athletes looking for the thrill of the XTERRA challenge.

With race-day fast approaching, online entries are closing at 8pm on Wednesday. Some entries on the day will be available. Bands, barbeque, and camping are on tap and registration is still open.

Visit and sign up today to race XTERRA, the worldwide leader in off-road triathlon