Bribie Tri Series #1

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Bribie Tri Series #1

21 – 22 October 2017

Bribie Island

Bribie Island Triathlon has a long history of events, having begun in 1983. The tide-assisted swim, flat & fast cycle and shaded, scenic run proves a favourite among many triathletes, providing a nurturing environment for our up & coming athletes as well as many first-timers.

  • Earn participation points (7-11) or series points (12+)
  • Earn points towards the Nissan Club Championships or Scody Club Championships – North Queensland (depending on club geographical location)

How to earn points

To earn points in the Nissan State Series you need to race in the correct event for your age group. Use the tabs to find out which event to enter for your age group at the Bribie Island Tri.

More about the points system

Read the rules

Ages 7-9 years (as at 31 December 2017)

Event: Active Kids

Points: Participation

Distance: 100m swim / 3km bike / 500m run

Ages 10-11 years (as at 31 December 2017)

Event: Active Kids

Points: Participation

Distance: 200m swim / 6km bike / 500m run

Ages 12-13 years (as at 31 December 2017)

Event: Short Course

Points: Series

Distance: 300m swim / 10km bike / 3km run

Ages 14 + years (as at 31 December 2017)

Event: Long Course (Sprint Distance)

Points: Series

Distance: 750m swim / 20km bike / 5km run

Event Organiser

Visit the Bribie Island Tri event website or contact the Run Inn team office on (07) 3356 3646 or

Series News

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