Cowman 2019

Date: 4th August 2019
Time: 7 am
Price: From £50
Location: Emberton Country Park

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Race Information

The Cowman is our flagship event and has been going since 2003. The event offers 3 different distances: The Cowman which is a half distance triathlon, The Calfman which is half of The Cowman and The Stampede… you guessed it, half of The Calfman. For 2019 we will once again be bringing the ranch back to the beautiful location of Emberton Country Park, so there will be Cowhands rather than marshals, brand plates instead of medals and other surprises along the way. 2018 saw many more triathlon teams join our event and make an exciting day of racing and spectating as they chilled under marquees and enjoyed BBQ’s! This year we will do the same so triathlon teams welcome!

Distances

COWMAN
Distances: 1.9km swim, 90k bike, 21k run
Entry fee: £110 (BTF members), £115 (non-BTF members), £135 (relay team of 2-3)
Age limit: 18+16km 

CALFMAN
Distances: 950m swim, 45k bike, 10.5k run
Entry fee: £60 (BTF members), £65 (non-BTF members), £80 (relay team of 2-3)
Age limit: 17+

STAMPEDE
Distances: 750m swim, 22k bike, 5.25k run
Entry fee: £50 (BTF members), £55 (non-BTF members)
Age limit: 15+

Facilities

Toilets will be available.
Ample parking is available 
We will have hot drinks and food available for you to purchase.

Location

Emberton Park, Olney
Milton Keynes,

Swim Route

Cycle Route

Run Route

Please consider helping us raise vital funds needed to help protect children in Milton Keynes and nationally. You can do this through a simple donation, purchasing an NSPCC running vest or setting up a Just Giving page through our registration page for this event..
Who are NSPCC? – “We’re leading the fight against child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. We help children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives, we protect children at risk, and we find the best ways of preventing child abuse from ever happening.”