Flat Out Duathlon, Cadet/Youth NS Races and All Inclusive Junior Duathlon

Adult Duathlon 2021 Cancelled

Race briefings are now available on our Documents page, bib numbers will be available closer to race day.

Previous Results

Athy Triathlon Club will host our annual Flat Out Junior Duathlon on October 10th, 2021 at 9am. The event will take place in a new venue this year in Narraghmore (EIRCODE: R14 TC92). The Youth and Cadet National Series races for 12-17 year olds will begin the day and then by our All-Inclusive Junior Duathlons.
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Youth/Cadet NS Races and All-Inclusive Duathlons

Athy Triathlon Club is very proud of its junior section and of its work in developing multisport racing for children and teens. We are very excited to be hosting the the final event in the Triathlon Ireland’s Youth Duathlon National Series. These races will take place at 9am and are for 12-13, 14-15 and 16-17 year olds. The races will be run concurrently, see below for distances.

Also taking place on the day, just after the Youth races will be our All-Inclusive Junior Duathlons. This ever very popular event continues to be a huge success and we would encourage everyone to stick around and encourage what for many will be their first ever race.

We look forward to welcoming close to 200 Juniors on race day to what is our biggest Junior event to date and we would also like to thank the residents of Narraghmore for facilitating this event.



2017 Race 1 Race 2 Race 3
2016 Race 1 Race 2 Race 3

The Flat Out race is part of the Triathlon Ireland BMW Duathlon National Series (NS) again this year and we expect to have athletes of all abilities participating, from beginners taking part in their first event for fun to elite athletes chasing NS points. It is flat, fast and friendly. The run will take place on an out and back course on a quiet, country road. The 23km cycle is also out and back, we have a few tight corners in the first few km then it’s on to a road with few bends and not a hill in sight. We have been very fortunate in previous years to have the use of Athy College and its excellent facilities and we remain very grateful to them for hosting us for so long. However, due to feedback on the run course and the difficulty of planning an alternative course there, we felt we had to move venue. We are delighted to have gained the use of Castlemitchell GFC grounds and facilities just 5km up the road where we can continue to provide great registration, changing, shower and catering facilities so we can make sure you’re clean, dry and well fed after your efforts out on the course.

For parents taking part in the senior race, your children (age 5+) can be looked after by ATC junior coordinators while you race. They will enjoy some fun sporting activities and be cheerleaders for the race.

Registration will take place at Castlemitchell GFC grounds (Eircode R14 HD80, Google Maps. Start/Finish and transition are also at this location.

Course Information The race comprises a 3km run followed by a 23k cycle and then another 3k run over the same course.

The run (check it out on Map My Run) will start and finish in Castlemitchell GFC grounds, it is a flat, out and back route on a quiet rural road.

The 23k cycle (Map My Run) takes you from Castlemitchell GFC to Bert Cross 2km away, there are four 90 degree turns to negotiate in the first 2km, one of which is right after a canal bridge so will come at you very quickly. At Bert Cross, you will turn left and follow the Monasterevin Rd to the turnaround in Kildangan, there are no turns and few bends on this section of the course which has featured in previous years. One notable hazard is a narrow bridge leaving Kilberry, a little under 6.5km in, this will be marshalled. The road will be open to traffic, there will be marshals and Gardaí controlling traffic at the transition entry/exit point. As mentioned previously, this is a flat course Start/Finish elevation is 58m and the highest point is the turnaround at 66m. It can get windy out there though.


Entry to the senior race is available from the Triathlon Ireland website here. Please note that if you are not already a member of Triathlon Ireland (TI) you will need to register as a “Site User” on the TI website in order to sign up for the race and if you do not have a TI race licence then you will need to purchase a one day membership (ODM) from TI. Participants must have either a race licence or an ODM to race.

Entry to the Youth/Cadet and All-Inclusive Junior Duathlons are also available through the TI website. Children and teens also require either a race license or ODM. Children can be registered on the site under an adult’s account so non-TI members will have to sign up as a “Site User” be fore adding a child account from within their membership page.