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2018 Braveheart Winner  Race Report

2018 Braveheart Winner Race Report

Iain Veitch shares his training techniques and how the Braveheart race went for him...

Past Bravehearts give their feedback on the race

Past Bravehearts give their feedback on the race

Can they tempt you in to signing up?

HIRE A ROAD BIKE IN FORT WILLIAM

HIRE A ROAD BIKE IN FORT WILLIAM

Hire a quality road bike from 'Off Beat Bikes' based on Fort William High Street. They will delivery straight to transition and take it away after the race. From £40...

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.

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

SATURDAY 14th SEPTEMBER 2019

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!

Individual rate: £150

Team Relay rate: £180

For road bike hire in Fort William or information on how to send your bike up in advance for a service click here

Entry includes:

Friday night Pasta Party | Finisher’s medal | Finisher’s certificate | Technical t-shirt | Goody Bag

Recent News

Latest Articles

  • AFTER THE RACE

    AFTER THE RACE

    5th September 2019

    Post Race Showers Superb hot showers and changing facilities are available at the Nevis Center (at a small cost), a few minutes walk from transition. Prizegiving, Results and Certificates Prize giving will take place at the start/finish – however, you…

  • Taking on the Ben: The Run Section

    Taking on the Ben: The Run Section

    28th August 2019

    4 Facts you need to know On race day you will climb a total of 1341M (4,400ft) and descend the same amount. Check out the profile here. You will run a total of 19.91KM (12.3 miles). The first and last…

  • Open Water Swimming Tips

    Open Water Swimming Tips

    10th May 2019

    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…

  • Tips on kit that you should consider for race day…

    Tips on kit that you should consider for race day…

    8th May 2019

    With only 100 days to go until this year’s Braveheart, here are some helpful tips on the kit that you should consider for race day. Swim A wetsuit of course is needed, but make sure it fits properly. Many people…

  • Braveheart Training Plan

    Braveheart Training Plan

    25th April 2019

    Braveheart Triathlon Training Programme Race date: 14th September 2019 This event is certainly a challenge, but with the right training, the pay off including the amazing scenery and sense of achievement is well worth the effort! This training plan assumes…

  • 2018 Braveheart Interviews

    2018 Braveheart Interviews

    27th February 2019

    Feedback from a few of our 2018 Bravehearts on the race: Tempted to take on the Braveheart? Enter 2019 now as an individual or team on our early bird rates here.

  • Don’t Forget About Hydration During Winter Training…

    Don’t Forget About Hydration During Winter Training…

    28th November 2018

    Written by Andy Blow for our Sister company, triradar.com Hydration is a hot topic every summer, when the warmer weather leads to increases in sweat rates which can make it tough to stay hydrated. However, because we train indoors more when it gets…

  • 2019 ENTRIES OPEN

    2019 ENTRIES OPEN

    28th September 2018

    Have you got what it takes to take on the mountain? Join us on Saturday 14th September 2019 and become a Braveheart. ENTER HERE