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3rd Kempinski-Cowbell race on November 12
Source:   |   November 02, 2017   |  59 Views

The Ghana Triathlon Federation will be having its third Kempinski-Cowbell race series in the year on the 12th November 2017 at the University of Ghana, Legon.

Two races will be run in a day, adults and youth races.
The adult race will begin at 7am sharp and the participants will be swimming 600m, ride a bicycle for 20km and run 5km.

And the youth race will be run in the afternoon at 2pm in two categories: kids 8-12 years and teens 13-17 years.

The kids will be swimming 100m, ride a bicycle for 2.5km and run 1.5km whiles the teens will be swimming 300m, ride a bicycle 5km and run 2.5km.
Meanwhile, registration is on going on www.ghanatriathlon.org for free for all interested persons.

This time, a new, more spectator-friendly route has been put together for the event.

In another development, Ghana Triathlon Federation head coach, Mr Spencer Smith, three-time triathlon world champion will be arriving in Ghana next week to coordinate the races.

While in Ghana, he will organise training camps for some athletes and some swimming clubs in Accra. He will also have some media interactions to propagate and promote triathlon in Ghana.

Meanwhile, preparations are well- advanced to organize Ghana’s first open water triathlon race in the Ashanti Region at Lake Bosomtwi on 31st December, 2017.

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