Winner Chris Stirling's Race Report

Winner Chris Stirling's Race Report

Extreme racer Chris stormed to the finish in 5 hours 30. Read his report.

"I'm a triathlete!"

Rosie Baxendine’s journey to the Braveheart started just two weeks before the 2016 event. Here’s her story ...

The Ben Nevis Braveheart Triathlon is the ultimate bucket-list adventure. 

The event is classed as one of the UK’s toughest triathlons. The challenge is a 1.2 mile sea loch swim, a 56 mile road cycle, and a 13 mile hill run to the summit of Ben Nevis and back.

It takes commitment, determination and a whole lot of heart to conquer this breath-taking course. Victory, though is sweet, with views from the summit extending up to 120 miles!

*****2018 DATE ANNOUNCED – 15th SEPTEMBER 2018*****

Individual Early Bird rate: £130 (save £20 until January 31st) ENTER

Team Relay Early Bird rate: £160 (save £20 until January 31st) ENTER

Entry includes:

Finisher’s medal | Finisher’s certificate | Technical t-shirt | Goody Bag

 

CLICK HERE FOR 2017 RESULTS 

 

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  • 2017 Results!

    2017 Results!

    3rd October 2017

    Click here for The Ben Nevis Braveheart 2017 Results

  • AFTER THE RACE

    AFTER THE RACE

    17th August 2017

    Showers and Post Race Refreshments Refreshments and massage will be available for competitors after the race. Superb hot showers and changing facilities will be available at the Nevis Center which is a few minutes’ walk from transition. Results and Prizegiving…

  • 2017 ENTRANTS INFORMATION

    2017 ENTRANTS INFORMATION

    17th August 2017

    This event is classed as one of the UK’s toughest Triathlons. The challenge is a 1.2 mile sea loch swim, a 56 mile road cycle, and a 13 mile hill run to the summit of Ben Nevis and back. RACE…

  • 3 KEY BIKE SESSIONS FOR THE HILLS OF THE HIGHLANDS

    3 KEY BIKE SESSIONS FOR THE HILLS OF THE HIGHLANDS

    10th August 2017

    The Ben Nevis Triathlon bike route takes in some solid climbs on good roads. Here are three British Cycling training sessions which will give you the confidence to tackle the climbs and distance. For all sets do a warm up…

  • 5 Tips to Strengthen Your Hill Running

    5 Tips to Strengthen Your Hill Running

    20th July 2017

    Runner, adventurer and triathlete Sean McFarlane gives his advice to those looking to improve their hill training… [1] Core Yes, we’ve all heard it before. But you do really need to strengthen your core if you want to master hill…

  • DON’T JUST SWIM IN CIRCLES

    DON’T JUST SWIM IN CIRCLES

    13th June 2017

    Without the structure of a 25m pool or tri coach, it’s easy for your stroke to stagnate. Follow these three drills via triradar.com, from Berkshire Tri Club Coach, Ian Lee-Emery, to keep your open-water training focused. If there is a…

  • Open Water Swimming Tips

    Open Water Swimming Tips

    10th May 2017

    Sean McFarlane explains some easy ways of getting into open water swimming or ‘wild swimming’, and seeing progress quickly… Open water and wild swimming is one of the fastest growing activities in the UK and with good reason. Charging into…