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2024 finishers medal


Closer to the event we will add more buttons above with downloadable documents. Please continue to check this page for updates. 

Day entries – Entries opening by 1st November 2023

Dogs – dogs are welcome at our event, please keep them on a lead, clear up at all times on site and visit our doggy station for treats at registration.


Sunday 4th August 2024

Venue: Lake 62, Ashton Keynes,
Wiltshire, SN6 6QX.
What 3 Words: ///Visa.Tango.Lightly

Car Park: Follow the blue car park signs which are signed from all directions at the venue. 
What 3 Words: ///Secure.Questions.Bronzed

Entry field: approx 200

Estimated schedule

Evening before;
15:00 Gates open & camping arrivals
 Registration & chip collection open (park on site)
Gates locked

Race day;
07:30 Car park & site open (no parking on site)
 Registration & chip collection opens
08:45 10km starts (mass wave start)
09:15 5km starts (mass wave start)
10:45 3.8km starts (mass wave start)
11:45 1.9km starts (mass wave start)
12:30 1.5km starts (mass wave start)
13:00 750m starts (mass wave start)
13:45 Cut off for swims
Presentations will take place throughout
15:00 Site closed

Races Available

10km – swim (lake), 10 x 1000m laps
5km – swim (lake), 5 x 1000m laps
3.8km – swim (lake), 1 x 750m, 3 x 1000m laps
1.9km – swim (lake), 2 x 1000m laps
1.5km – swim (lake), 2 x 750m laps
750m – swim (lake), 1 x 750m laps

Bulk Entries – additional discounts are available for purchasing multiple tickets at any time, perfect for clubs. 

5 or more = 5% discount
10 or more = 7.5% discount
15 or more = 10% discount
20 or more =12.5% discount

The Course

Swim Course: a combination of 1000m & 750m anticlockwise laps of the lake, keeping the swim buoys on your left. The lake is gravel filtered and approximately 6 metres deep, weed is usually not too much of a problem but during long bouts of hot weather this can appear in pockets. Typically, the temperature at this event is around 15-17°C.

Venue Information

Lake 62 is a privately owned well-kept lake in the Cotswolds. This lake is exclusively used, keeping it one of the finest. Its size and shape allow for some great spectating at all our events here and provides a base for triathletes wishing to take part in a medium sized event on a flat profile. It’s a compact event site so you can see most of the action without having to walk too far.

Awards & Inclusions

Winners’ awards to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd open and 1st, 2nd & 3rd female overall for each race. 

1st open and female Vet 40+, Vet 50+, Vet 60+ & Vet 70+ for 10km, 5km and 3.8km races.

1st open and female junior for 1.9km, 1.5km and 750m races. 

We will be following the criteria outlined by the governing body which can be found here.


On reaching the finish line, you will receive a bespoke medal, designed especially for this event. 

Electronic timing is being used, and you will receive split times for the event with online updates. 

Swim caps are provided for the swimming element, you are welcome to wear your own however it must be the corresponding colour.

Hydration stations, on the lap point

10km & 5km swimmers will have space for 2 x 750ml water bottles at the lap point. There is limited space for other distances so please only rack your bottle if absolutely required. All bottles should be marked with your number.

Finish Line

Water available in recylable cups

Light snacks


Travel times by car vary, however as a guide you can get here from the following cities by google maps.

The nearest motorway junction is J15-J17 on the M4.

Salisbury – 1hr 20
Cardiff – 1hr 20
Birmingham – 1hr 25
London – 1hr 45
Exeter – 2hr 00

Ample free parking is available within a 5-minute walk of the venue.

If you require disabled parking, we have limited availability at the venue, please contact us prior to arrival.

For safety of cyclists, please do not park along the entrance to the venue.

We would encourage lift sharing if possible, please arrange with your friends or club members. 

If you wish to take public transport to this event, it is possible with some prior planning.

The nearest bus stop is in South Cerney, with links from the closest train stations in Swindon or Kemble.

We can offer camping for this event to stay on Saturday night. Toilet facilities are on site, however there are no showers. A fee of £10 per pitch is payable and pre booking is essential. Please get in touch if you wish to book a spot. 

There are places to stay locally, which you can search on Airbnb or other providers. Local hotels are within a 30 minute drive. For an exclusive stay, take a look at Mims & Co


You can enter through our partner Eventrac where you can update your entry if anything changes closer to the event.

All our policies can be found here, which include T&Cs & withdrawals. 

The minimum age to take part in this event is 13.

Each swim distance is restricted by age, see tickets on the booking page. 

This event is will not be permitted by Triathlon England in 2024 however we will be following the guidelines and setting the rules as laid out by them.

A copy of the Triathlon England rules can be found herePlease familiarise yourself with the to prevent disappointment on the day.

We will follow the guidance for water temperatures on the day of competition.


If you wish to fundraise for this event, we are encouraging support to: The Cotswolds Lake Trust. 

Formed in 1996 as the Cotswold Water Park Society, and now known as Cotswold Lakes Trust, we have been a fully registered charity since April 2011. Cotswold Lakes Trust is governed by a Board of seven Trustees who oversee the work of a small team of staff based near Down Ampney in the Cotswold Water Park. Cotswold Lakes Trust works with a huge variety of people to care for this dynamic and challenging area.

Cotswold Lakes Trust is a charity dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of the Cotswold Water Park for the benefit of wildlife and people. Registered charity number 1120518

Our key objectives are to improve the Cotswold Water Park by; enhancing its biodiversity, providing recreational opportunities for its local communities and visitors and by providing an educational resource.

For further information, please visit their website here

Vendors & Partners

Kube Medical, Swindon’s only multi-disciplinary clinic combining the skills of Chiropractors, Osteopaths, McTimoney Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, acupuncturists, Cranial Chiropractors and Rehabilitation will be providing pre race K-taping and pre & post race massage for a small treatment fee. 

Charles Whitton Photography will be providing race coverage for this event.

We will be capturing footage for future advertising during the event with use of static cameras, drones and mobile photographers. 

Cafe 2 U will be serving hot & cold drinks along with light refreshments. 

Simon Olney is a British Triathlon High Performing Coach, Certified Nutrition Coach and S&C coach based in Cricklade.

Is this your first triathlon event? Feeling slightly overwhelmed and need help with your preparation? Need help knowing which kit to buy? Want a training plan built around your lifestyle? Simon Olney is a local coach who has put together a special coaching programme to help you prepare for your event. Click [here] to learn more and register your interest, or visit to learn about our bespoke offering.