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Ironman Staffordshire

Are you ready to take one of the world’s toughest challenges? This year we are thrilled to launch a partnership with Ironman UK, and you’ll have the chance to take on some of the world most extreme triathlons!

First time Ironman attempt? Earn your stripes by taking on this fantastic 70.3 challenge as you take on a 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike course and half marathon in Staffordshire.

What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

Grab your spot via the Ironman website to be part of our 2019 Ironman team and then raise £500 to gain exclusive access to the following benefits:

  •  A fundraising pack with lots helpful fundraising advice
  • Regular emails with top training and fundraising tips
  • A bright and colourful technical running vest to wear with pride on the day
  • A dedicated Children with Cancer UK stand at the Ironman pre-race village
  • A Children with Cancer UK and Ironman co-branded t-shirt
  • Priority bike racking to ensure you’re just behind the pros!
  • A complimentary FinisherPix photo of your chance
  • Medal your athlete – get a family member or friend to present you with your medal on the podium at the end of the race
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Date & Location

  • Stafford
  • June 9, 2019
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Join our team

If you have secured your own place already through the race organisers, please complete the form below.

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    If you would like to book more than 5 places, please call us on 020 7404 0808 or email
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