PIVITAL CABLE BEACH TRIATHLON
The 2020 PIVITAL Cable Beach Triathlon will take place on Sunday 30th August.
Swim in the magnificent Cable Beach then ride on our fast flat course, before running home overlooking the magnificent Indian Ocean.
2020 PIVITAL CABLE BEACH TRIATHLON
30th August 2020
Hello and welcome to the 2020 Pivital Cable Beach Triathlon. What a crazy year it has been! Our committee are so pleased this year’s event can go ahead. The Broome Tri Club is proud to host this event on the world famous Cable Beach and the land of the Yawuru people.
In 2020 we welcome back our major sponsor in Pivital, Broome’s leading technological solutions professionals.
The event will held at the Broome Surf Lifesaving Club on the picturesque Cable Beach.
Swim leg will be completed in the Indian Ocean off Cable Beach, with both transitions located in the BSLC car park, which will be closed to traffic. Parking will be available at the Zanders’ Car Park at the end of Cable Beach Road.
The bike leg weaves it’s way through Cable Beach, traffic control will be in place, however the road will be open to the public so all road rules apply.
The run leg loops around the Sunset Park precinct, it is predominantly footpath with several road crossings.
August is our dry season, so expect sunshine and blue skies. Average temperatures range from 15°C to 30°C with the water sitting at a comfortable 24°C, so leave the wetsuit at home and ensure you stay hydrated throughout the race.
This year we have special guest IRONMAN Pro Triathlete Blake Kappler joining our event and imparting his knowledge onto the Broome community. Stay tuned for more details.
Check in for this years event will be at the Broome Surf Lifesaving Club from 9am-11am on Saturday 29th August. Check in outside these times can be arranged by contacting the club.
If you are a first timer or striving for a personal best time, we wish you the best of luck, enjoy the magnificent location and rush that is competing in a triathlon.
Find all the information you need in our Event Guide. Download it here.
2019 PIVITAL CABLE BEACH TRIAHTLON
22nd September 2019
Athletes of all ages flocked to Cable Beach for the 2019 Pivital Cable Beach Triathlon on September 22. More than 70 athletes came together to compete either individually or in small teams in perfect conditions for the annual competition.
Competitors were able to choose between three racing levels — the Enticer, Sprint or Olympic level.
The Enticer course comprised of a 375m swim, 10km bike ride and a 2.5km run, Sprint saw competitors take part in a 750m swim, 20km ride and a 5km run, and the Olympic level challenged athletes to a 1.5km swim, 40km ride and a 10km run.
Emily Strange was named the overall open winner of the Enticer category, finishing with a time of 45:24.73, while Lachlan Foster (50:02.31) and Tallara Cook (50:08.37) were named male and female junior winners. Surf Rats, a team comprising of Sam Fitzmaruice, Lawson Hall and Lachlan McLeod, took it out for the teams with a time of 54:29.58.
In the Sprint race, Ben Lett was the male open winner with a time of 01:20:14.77, while Katherine Simson was the female open winner with a time of 01:36:02.05. Stevi Evans (01:27:47.52) was named the junior female winner, Travis Campbell (01:35:45.72) was the junior male winner, and the team of Pillo’S, comprising of Mike & Suzie Pratt, won out uncontested (01:45:46.47).
In the Olympic level contest, young triathlete Jesse Evans was the open male winner with a time of 02:08:12.46, while Jude Millard took it out for the women with a time of 02:41:06.45.
Last Minute, comprising of Cas Ryan, Campbell Ray and Luke Bouckaert took it out for the teams with a time of 02:50:11.07.
Younger aspiring triathletes were given a challenge of their own in the TRYstars version of the course, which comprised a 300m swim, 3km bike ride and a 1km run. Tex Comito was the overall winner with a time of 12:53.14, while Matilda Beatty was the best of the girls with a time of 15:48.13.