Spectators, friends and family


As a fantactic seaside location Weymouth has an awful lot to offer families.  In the next few weeks we will bring you information about the local attractions in Weymouth and the surrounding areas.  

Lodmoor Country Park, where race transition is based, has a number of family activities that will be open on race day. The Country Park Gardens give you free access to a number of recreation spot, woodland walks and a RSPB nature reserve. There are a number of picnic spots in addition to an Adult and Childrens Green Gym and a Pirate Ship Play Park. There is also a Sea Life Centre with Britain's largest marine creature collection, a mini golf course, go kart circuit and bumper boats. 

Hot Spots

During the event day specific hots spots for spectators will be mapped out to create a real buzz for the athletes in key areas around the course. For those of you who have raced before you will know that support out on the bike/run course is a fantastic motivator. For those of you who are supporting for the first time bring a loud voice, horn, cow bells, clackers, rattles or anything else that makes a noise with you.
A downloadable map will be provided to guide you to these hot spots.


The  Expo is open to athletes and spectators on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of race weekend. This will be a brilliant showcase of merchandise from a wide variety of exhibitors, ranging from triathlon specific accessories to local delicacies. To find out more, visit the Expo page on the website.