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Dry-Tri Challenge

Release your inner competitor and come along and take part in our Dry-Tri Challenge. The concept is simple; row for 6 minutes on the rowing machine, cycle for 6 minutes on the static bike and run for 6 minutes on the treadmill.


The longest total distance travelled for both male and female over the three disciplines in the 18 minutes over the weekend will win a fantastic prize and take home the title of Dry-Try Challenge Champion!


In 2017 the longest distance achieved for men was 7.6km by Neill Barton from Dumbarton. Eilidh Shaw from Airdire holds the title for longest female distance at 6.1km - do you think you've got what it takes to smash these records?


You've got to be in it to win it so get yourself down to the Dry-Tri Challenge and see if you could be the 2019 Champion! Over 13s only.


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