The brand new Human Race Swim.Bike.Run.Champion competition is a chance for the fastest male & female swimmer, cyclist and runner across all Human Race triathlons at Dorney Lake, to win some fantastic prizes!

The first event of the season, the Eton Super Sprints weekend, has seen fast times set, but it’s still all to play for, with the summer calendar open for entries across the remaining events. 

Over two thousand triathletes headed to Dorney Lake over the Royal Wedding weekend to tackle Sprint and Super Sprint distances in the glorious sunshine.

With a mix of familiar names from the world of triathlon competing in the ITU Qualifier event, alongside some impressive newcomers, the leader board already shows some pretty speedy times.

Female Sprint

Fastest swim 12:54 Hannah Winter
Fastest bike 36:17 Katie Allan
Fastest run 19:58 Eilidh Bell
Fastest overall 1:13:31 Tamsin Neale
Fastest T1 01:13 Phillipa Burt


Male Sprint

Fastest swim 10:09 Pawel Traczyk
Fastest bike 30:51 Richard Bull
Fastest run 17:30 Rob Smyth
Fastest overall 1:02:59 Pawel Traczyk
Fastest T1 0:50 Xavier Salaun


Following the Season Finale Triathlon on 16th September the fastest swim, bike, run and overall times across both Olympic and Sprints distances, male and female participants will be crowned the winners. In honour of the challenge of the swim-bike transition, the faster T1 time will also be awarded a prize.

Fastest swim Zone3 Advance Wetsuit
Fastest bike £100 Sigma Sports voucher
Fastest run TomTom Spark 3 sports watch
Fastest overall Entry to Royal Windsor Triathlon 2019
Fastest T1 Erdinger transition backpack and case of Erdinger Alkoholfrei

With the benchmark for the year set in the Sprint distance, its down to the BananaMan Triathletes on 30th June to see if they can claim the crown – but how long for?

The upcoming Dorney Lake calendar includes:

  • BananaMan Triathlon 30th June
  • Shock Absorber WomenOnly Triathlon 8th July
  • Season Finale Triathlon 16th September

For more information and to sign up visit