Getting Here: Registration is between parking and Transistion. GPS location for transition for google maps is 52.176149, -6.833819
Registration: Registration is on Saturday, 21st August from 6am to 8:30am. Wave 1 from 6am - 6:45, Wave 2 6:45 - 7:30, Wave 3 7:30 - 8:30
Start Time: Wave 1 starts at 8:45. Waves 2 & 3 will start after each previous wave finishes the swim.
Waves: This year will be a time-trial setup to help minimise crowds as opposed to starting in a group. Waves are used for marshaling purposes and will be decided based on the swim time entered on the Triathlon Ireland website. These waves cannot be changed after close of online registration.
Race Licences: Athletes must present a valid Full Membership or ODM along with a Photo ID at registration. Failure to provide these will result in you being unable to race. These checks will be contact free.
Distances: Tri the Hook consists of a 750m swim in a sheltered bay; a 20km technical, looped cycle; and a 5km run
Finish Line: Our finish line is at the St.Mogues GAA grounds, this is walking distance from the transition area.
T-Shirts: Unfortunately no T-Shirts this year.
Race Cut Off: Ultimate cut off will be 1pm.
Winners & Prizes: All winners and prizes will be announced on the social media as well as this website after the race. No ceremony will be held on the day.
Photography kindly provided by Catherine Doyle, Trish McGrath, Liam Ryan, Padriag Molloy, Sean Waters, John Flynn, Maura Hickey, Brendan O'Callaghan - contact details available from Hook Tourism.
Hook Tourism CLG, Duncannon, The Hook Peninsula, Co. Wexford, Ireland Y34 X593 | Tel 051 389530 |
An interactive Google map is available showing the cycle and run routes and can be found here.
The cycle route is clockwise out the the mini-roundabout between Slade and the Hook Lighthouse and back via Templar's Inn.
The run route is counter clockwise down to Fethard Dock and back to the GAA pitch.
Where the cycle route is on open roads competitors must follow the rules of the road at all times.
The swim takes place on Baginbun beach and is marked out with buoys on the day.
The route is 250m out from the beach, 250m across the bay and 250m back to the beach.
There will be some changes in 2022. Details are still being finalised.
This year there are two partial closures in effect for the safety of athletes. The first encompasses the area around transition, the run route and part of the cycle. The second is on another part of the cycle.
Both are not full closures so there may be traffic in these areas. The rules of the road still apply in all areas.
While every effort will be made to avoid this you may encounter some traffic when entering and exiting the road closures.
For locals and those affected by the closure please see this notice.