The Vitruvian 2012

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Darkness    pirate
24/10/2011 at 12:23

Message on Pacesetter website today says:

We will make announcements through Twitter and our Paceletter newsletter sometime in the next day or so.

Apparently sold out in 33 hours last year.  So if the first to see that entry has opened would be so kind as to put it up here it would be much appreciated.

Will (hopefully) be my first attempt at this race. 

24/10/2011 at 12:25
What Date is it DK or has that not been released yet?
Darkness    pirate
24/10/2011 at 12:27

Saturday 8 September.

Apaprently they will announce opening of registration through their Twitter feed, but I am not a Twitter user (not interesting enough to have that much to say about myself!)

24/10/2011 at 12:27
*lurks*
24/10/2011 at 21:14
Hmm... No.

Don't do it JEvaNs.

I won't!


Good.





*covers face with hands, but peeps through fingers*
25/10/2011 at 18:10
Go home JEvaNs!!! There's NOTHING to see here
25/10/2011 at 19:21

Pringles anyone?

<twiddles thumbs waiting for news>

Running Postie    pirate
25/10/2011 at 21:31
humm just had to sign up for twitter, can't miss this one!
Darkness    pirate
27/10/2011 at 13:26

Update from Pacesetter:

Pace Setter Events are pleased to confirm we have now updated the website for the forthcoming 2012 season and are accepting online and postal entries for the Dambuster Duathlon and the Dambuster Triathlon.

Entries for the Vitruvian Triathlon are currently restricted to Credit Note Postal applications from athletes who have current valid credit notes from 2011 and ActionAid Charity Entries which will be made available to the first 25 applicants (for details of charity entries please see info below).

Normal online and postal entries for the Vitruvian will be opening in the next couple of weeks and will be advertised in the next Paceletter and on Twitter.

Nicko. Hdau    pirate
27/10/2011 at 13:37

Hmm only 3 weeks after Midnightman, decisions decisions!!!

Both ????

Running Postie    pirate
27/10/2011 at 14:05
entered Dambuster...come on open entries up for Vit...drums fingers on desk
27/10/2011 at 14:27

Would the Dambuster Triathlon be to close to Outlaw?

Its virtually on my doorstep and i love biking round that area.

27/10/2011 at 14:42
you have 5 weeks between JCD - no sweat. build Dambuster into the training schedule and use it as a good test of transition and nutrition.
Darkness    pirate
27/10/2011 at 14:44
Just 2 weeks as Outlaw brought forward in 2012.  Very close - I would be tapering myself.
27/10/2011 at 15:08
is it 2 weeks? must have looked at this year's date!

still doable - use it as the last heavy training session- it's only (approx) a 1/4 IM. it's a good test as to how training has gone but under race conditions
Darkness    pirate
27/10/2011 at 15:13

Doh!  I was thinking it was a half IM not an Oly.

I agree with FB, an Oly should be fine as you would undoubetdly be doing more than 2 1/2 or so hours anyhow.

05/11/2011 at 09:14
not that I am looking, but it look like entries are open....?
05/11/2011 at 09:17
oh, take it back.there isn't a registration button





(but its made me realise I want to do this!)
05/11/2011 at 09:25

<sends JEvaNs to the norty step for making my heart jump and getting me excited>

05/11/2011 at 09:39
Following this may or may not help you http://twitter.com/#!/pacesetterevent
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