TSC TRI & CORPORATE CUP

 

The Corporate Cup is the first event of the BVI triathlon season.  It’s open to individual men and women, Open Teams and Corporate Teams and consists of a 450m swim, 20k bike ride and 5k run.

Next event: Sunday, February 2, 2020 - Start time: 7.30am

Two opportunities to register:

  • Tortola Sports Club on Thursday, 30 January from 5.00pm -6.00pm
  • Tortola Sports Club on Friday, 31 January from 5.30 to 6.30 pm

CATEGORIES & COSTS

 This is the only triathlon of the year to have a specific corporate category (participants must all work at the same company).

 Cost is $100 per corporate team.

You can also do it as individual or open team at a cost of $20 per person.

(Note that your team swimmer can complete the individual event as well as being the swimmer from your team)

 

PRIZES

Prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed man, woman and team. Awards at the sports club over breakfast after the race. Only Corporate teams eligible for Corporate Cup.

THE COURSE

The triathlon starts on the beach at Baughers Bay (the small beach next to the Peter Island Ferry dock). Please park your car in the car park at the Peter Island Ferry dock.

TSC Tri Course Map

SWIM 450 metres RACECOURSE: the swim racecourse begins and ends at the Baughers Bay beach (the swim course will be clearly marked).

BIKE 20 km (NOTE: NO drafting. Aero bars allowed) The bike ride begins at the Baughers Bay beach (if you are a solo competitor you need to leave your running gear at the sports club before you start the race) RACECOURSE: turn left out of Baughers Bay beach and cycle to town along the dual carriageway. At the end of the dual carriageway continue through town on Waterfront Drive past Pussers, The Pub, etc. Once past Prospect Reef continue along the Ocean Road though Duffs Bottom and Sea Cows Bay. Keep going through Nanny Cay and continue past Ocean Reef Apartments, the turn around point is around 500 meters past the Ocean Reef Apartments (there will be a marshal there to tell you to turn around and to check you in). The second half of the race is from the turn around point back the same way to TSC.

RUN 5 km The run starts and ends at TSC. RACECOURSE: turn left out of TSC and run along the dual carriageway all of the way to the end of the dual carriageway (by the Quomar Building) run around the roundabout and run down the other side of the dual carriageway all the way into town. At the end of the dual carriageway turn left onto De Castro Street and run down that road past Bolo’s and Scotia Bank. At the crossroads at Scotia Bank go straight over follow the road past Island Video and Ample Hamper. At the the new Banco Popular turn right and run up Administration Drive past FirstCaribbean International Bank. At the top of Administration Drive (a marshal will be there to check you in) turn right and run up Waterfront drive up to the roundabout then run up the dual carriageway all of the way back up to TSC. The race ends at TSC. THIS IS A FUN TRIATHLON While it is recognized that entrants will give it their all, they should recognize that the event is a fun triathlon, the marshals and organizers in the event will try their best to make sure that everything is performed as well as possible. Please treat the event in the fun spirit in which is it intended.

Results

2020 |2019 |2017 | 2016 |2015 |2014 | 20132012 | 2011 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007

Records

Mens: Brad Goggin, 1:02:36, 2017

Womens: Johanna Murphy, 1:12:41, 2019

Team: Appleby 1, 1:03:28, 2015

Photos

2020 TSC Tri & Corporate Cup

TSC Tri & Corporate Cup News

TSC Tri takes place on February 12; new Corporate Cup

January 25, 2011

This fun fundraiser for the Tortola Sports Club takes place on Saturday February 12. It is open to individual men and women, Open Teams and Corporate Teams and consists of a 750m swim, 20k bike ride and 5k run. The swim starts at the beach of Baughers Bay at 7 am. Registration will take place at the Tortola Sports Club at 6pm on Friday, February 11.

New for this year is the Corporate Cup with winners taking home a day sail. Only Corporate Teams can win the Cup and all team members must be employees.

Andrew "Tubes" Thompson

“Tubes” Thompson wins 2009 TRIBVI

November 9, 2009

Andrew “Tubes” Thompson took control of the TRIBVI event shortly after the swim course and led all the way to victory in 1 hour 1 minute, 28 seconds last Sunday at Nanny Cay. The event featured an altered course of a 400 meter swim, in the Nanny Cay lagoon. Four charged the course that also included a 12-mile bike from Nanny Cay down to Frenchman’s Cay junction in West End and back to Nanny Cay, and a five-mile run from Nanny Cay to Pockwood Pond and back to Nanny Cay.

2008 TSC TRi Report

February 19, 2008

The rising sun broke through low clouds over Baughers Bay beach to reveal a record fifty six competitors limbering up for this years 4th TSC Triathlon.

At the command of chief umpire Richard White the swimmers, solo competitors and team members alike, tore off into the still waters of Road Town harbour heading for the first mark of the 750 metre swim course. Much milling of arms and thrashing of legs ensued, as swimmers battled for prime position at the first marker. To the delight and cheers of the crowd Catheryn Hempel surged ahead of the pack setting an early lead for Maples Girls As the race progressed former winner Antony ‘the Chorpedo’ Spencer forged to the front with mystery competitor Terry Donnavon right on his toes.

2006 TSC Tri Report

February 19, 2006

The 2nd Tortola Sports Club Triathlon got off to an exciting start in Road Town this Saturday. After a brief refreshing rain spell, twenty five enthusiastic swimmers dived into the early morning water down at Baughers Bay.

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