Local Leagues

Mersey Tri competes in local running and cycling leagues, follow the links below to find out how to take part

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Multi Terrain

The Wirral Multi-Terrain series runs annually, every Tuesday in September

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Cross Country

The North West Sunday Cross Country league runs monthly from October - February

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Cycling Time Trials

2018 was our debut year in the Liverpool Time Trials Cycling Association


Club Events

The following events are run by Mersey Tri, either for anyone and everyone, or just for club members…

Epic Kidz Wirral Aquathon: Sunday 10th March 2019

Kick of your 2019 aquathon series with the first of the North West Junior Series! The regional series is open to athletes between the ages of 9 & 19 (age as of December 31st 2019):

  • TriStar 1: 9-10 years old (born 2009 / 2010)

  • TriStar 2: 11-12 years old (born 2007 / 2008)

  • TriStar 3: 13-14 years old (born 2005 / 2006)

  • Youth: 15-16 years old (born 2003 / 2004)

  • Junior: 17-19 years old (born 2000 / 2002)

Entry fee: £10 with a £1 refund for British Triathlon Federation (BTF) members upon presentation of a valid BTF membership card upon registration.

Entries close Wed 06 Mar 2019 23:55

This event will be sanctioned by Triathlon England and will be conducted in accordance with the Technical and Competition Rules of the British Triathlon Federation.

Races may be cancelled or distances reduced if weather conditions are poor.

Wirral Triathlon: 25th August 2019

Come and join us for the Wirral Triathlon, held each year in September at the marine lake. The swim is in the marine lake - a safe open water venue, its a two-lap bike course followed by a run twice around the lake. It’s a great event to round off the season, but be sure to book your place as it often sells out! Mersey Tri organise it with Epic Events - find out more and book through their website:

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Club Aquathlon

In September we host a club aquathlon on Ainsdale beach where Mersey Tri members compete against the local RNLI lifeguards. It’s a sea swim followed by a beach run, and there’s a trophy up for grabs for both the first Mersey Tri male and female.