Published: Thursday, 4th April 2019
The Sunny Hunny Triathlon is coming to west Norfolk this summer.
The inaugural event takes place on Sunday 19 May. Starting at the Alive Oasis in Hunstanton with a 200M swim, followed by an 18 km cycle around the town, then a 3.5 km run up along the cliff tops to the lighthouse and finishing on the Green.
Jess Bailey, one of the organisers from King’s Lynn Triathlon Club, said: “There has been a lot of local interest in holding a triathlon and we wanted to put something on to celebrate the gardens in Hunstanton. This is a great way to showcase the beauty of the town.
“This is a super sprint distance triathlon, meaning the distances feel more manageable, an ideal introduction for those who have never done one before but can be equally challenging for seasoned triathletes.
“With a little bit of training, most people could complete this distance. Triathlon is addictive and the buzz you get is amazing. Plus it’s an excuse to come to Hunstanton, get a medal and, of course, eat some cake!”
On Thursday 11 April there is a free drop-in session at Alive Oasis Café in Hunstanton. To find out more about the sport in general, the event, or if you’re considering taking part, pop in between 6:00pm and 8:00pm.
King’s Lynn Triathlon Club will talk through what happens and answer any questions.
More details about the Sunny Hunny Triathlon are available here: https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/hunstantonevents
The event is being organised by King’s Lynn Triathlon Club, in partnership with the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk and Alive Oasis. This forms part of the Heritage Lottery funded Hunstanton Heritage Gardens Project.