Camden Kids Sanitarium TRYathlon makes a comeback

The world's largest TRYathlon series for children under 16 years is coming back to town.

The Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon, supported by Camden Council, will be held at Onslow Oval on Sunday, March 1.

Children of all abilities are encouraged to participate in the event, which involves a swim in the Camden War Memorial Pool, a cycle through closed suburban streets and a run through the finish arch at Onslow Oval.

Camden mayor Theresa Fedeli said there was an exciting new addition to the event in 2020.

"There will be a new Splash and Dash event for children aged from six to 15 years," Cr Fedeli said.

"This event is designed for participants who are transitioning into the world of TRYathlon and will make sure they are fully prepared.

"The biggest benefit of this event is the Transition Area between the swimming and running legs. Parents are invited to run alongside their children to help them prepare for the final running leg.

"The TRYathon is a great opportunity for families to get their children involved in a world-class event, right here at home. It's a fun day, focused on healthy, fun and fitness.

"All participants will receive a medal, with some really great prizes up for grabs"

There are early bird entry prices on offer until Sunday, December 1, with $10 for each individual, team and Splash and Dash entry. Entries that have already been received will get their TRYathlete Kit in time for Christmas.

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