Over 2200 triathletes descended on the picturesque Woburn Abbey Triathlon in September 2018, for a weekend of sporting, challenge, family fun and and charity fundraising! The 2019 event, taking place on 7 - 8 September, is set to be even bigger. tri for life has raised close to £2.5m for its charity partners.

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Fundraise for us

The Woburn Abbey Triathlon is the charity day that really does make a difference to so many families. With your support & fundraising all profits raised will be helping families at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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Great Ormond Street Hospital

The GOSH corporate challenge with tri for life is like no other. 2018 saw GOSH corporate teams battle to compete for glory.

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Fundraising Achievements

Raising money for our fantastic charities is the WHOLE reason we organise, take part, train and cheer on the side lines of tri for life events. Here's a reminder of the many ways tri for lifers and their friends are making a real difference.

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Event Timings

Event Timings for 2019

Corporate Challenge

WORK TOGETHER. TRAIN TOGETHER. FUNDRAISE TOGETHER!

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The Event

tri for life presents The Woburn Abbey Triathlon, set in one of the most spectacular locations in Bedfordshire. One of the UK’s most loved triathlons, it has become famed for its iconic venue and unrivalled family experience.

Woburn Abbey Triathlon 2019 presented by tri for life

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Woburn Abbey

We’re excited to invite all our athletes and spectators to our excellent, exclusive triathlon venue – Woburn Abbey. Beautifully located in Woburn Park, Bedfordshire, it offers lovely views and plenty of space for our competitors.

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