Created On: 20 February 2013

British cycling legend Chris Boardman MBE will be at The Triathlon Show 2013 on the afternoon of 2nd March 2013. The former British racing cyclist won the individual pursuit gold medal during the Olympics in 1992 and has broken the world hour record three times. Boardman has also ridden in the prestigious Yellow Jersey during the Tour de France, winning three stages. In  1992 he was awarded an MBE.

Visitors to the show will be able to meet Chris Boardman and get autographs in the 220 Subscriber Lounge. He'll also be available that afternoon on the BikeScience stand (A44) for visitors to ask questions.  At the show, you will also be able to see for yourself a selection of the award winning and critically acclaimed Boardman Bike range - that has seen the likes of Ali and Jonny Brownlee win their Olympic titles (gold and bronze respectively at the 2012 Games) as well as Ironman Pete Jacobs win Kona 2012.

To book tickets to the Triathlon Show, please go to

In addition to seeing Chris Boardman, visitors to the Triathlon Show will be able to run in a 10k, 5k or 2k race, as well as gain lots of information from over 140 major triathlon brands. Whether the visitor is new to multi-sport racing or a veteran long-course triathlete, The Triathlon Show will provide information on everything from training plans to choosing the right kit, nutrition options to how to avoid injury and how to improve your stroke.

There is car and secure cycle parking at Sandown Park. Those arriving by train should go to Esher station where it is a ten minute walk to the venue.

Address: Sandown Park Exhibition Centre, Portsmouth Road, Esher, Surrey KT10 9AJ,

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