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May 8, 2021

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After the weather gods showed their anger, the skies are now clearing just in time for the seventh bi-annual Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Kingscliff Triathlon Multisport Weekend. Race competition is fierce, reputations are on the line and the satisfaction of achievement is in the preparation of every competitor – the event is open for anyone to put their skills to the test.

Over 900 participants already have registered, and there is still room for more. Two hundred competitors are set to test themselves in the new Sprint Distance (750m swim, 20km ride and 5km run), and there is an event for every age and skill level.

Kingscliff is getting ready, with the locals on the edge of their footpaths in anticipation of what is becoming one of the coast’s premier events. There are nine different events over the weekend. Sign up and give one a go; there ought to be an event for you. As time ticks by more and more competitors are registering. Fields are limited so don’t miss out. Head onto www.kingsclifftri.com.au for more information and to register.



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