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Southern star – 2XU Tri Series is back for Summer

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October 2018.

Summer is coming and so is the 2018/19 2XU Tri Series. A star in the busy sporting landscape of Victoria, the series has launched countless budding triathletes into the sport, hosted and supported its stars and created an ongoing legacy of fun, fitness and friendship.

The series kicks off in November and continues right until March. The dates are now locked in, registrations are open and there are a number of new and exciting initiatives in store for the 2018-19 2XU Tri Series. Topping the list this summer is the inclusion of a brand new, pre-Christmas race at Sandringham on Sunday 9 December. This event will be perfect for anyone looking to wind down for the year, have a bit of fun and maybe even host a triathlon Christmas party.

There are great value multi-race bundles for anyone gearing up for a massive summer of triathlon. Competitors can save a huge $155 on a Sprint / Olympic Season Pass which gets you Sprint Distance Races 1-5 and Olympic Distance Race 6. There’s also FREE upgrades to the Olympic distances available for Race 2 and 3; assuming your off-season didn’t drag on too long (although you will not be eligible for series points). The Sprint / Olympic Season Pass also includes an exclusive 2XU Triathlon Series t-shirt (valued at $60) and bonus event discounts – and let’s face it, you can never have enough quality event shirts!

If that’s too much to commit to, then how about the Three-Race Flexi Pass. The perfect option for anyone who only wants to do just a few races this season but still get the rewards of entering early. Enter three or more events in one transaction and receive a 5% discount on each race.

To find out more about these great deals, all the necessary race information and to enter, simply click here (insert hyperlink: http://bit.ly/2DAfs37)

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