Created On: 17 September 2012

The Outlaw Triathlon is selling out rapidly. There are now less than 100 places left for the big race on 7 July 2013 in Nottingham.

The long distance triathlon, based at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham, sees athletes cover a 2.4mile swim in the regatta lake, 112mile bike ride around Nottinghamshire and a 26.2mile run around the lake and along the River Trent path.

Having won the 220 Triathlon Event of the Year Award twice and the British Triathlon Event of the Year Award last year, the Outlaw is selling at an unprecedented rate.

Organiser, Iain Hamilton said: "There are less than 100 places left, but we do have charity places available through our partner, Cancer Research UK."

"At the moment our race limit is 1100 athletes but we are looking at some exciting plans for how we might be able to grow the event. Whether that is for 2013 or for the future, we are not sure at the moment, but there's a long-term commitment to making the Outlaw bigger and better.

"We've been overwhelmed by the response this year, and the support from previous athletes who have been encouraging others to enter. 99.7% of competitors this year said they enjoyed the Outlaw, so that's an excellent endorsement! We're really looking forward to 2013 already!"

Enter the Outlaw online today via http://www.onestepbeyond.org.uk or contact Cancer Research about racing for them via 0871 641 2403 or email sportsteam@cancer.org.uk

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